Sardines skip Western Cape to avoid xenophobic snoek

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Sardines leaving Kwa-Zulu Natal after their annual pilgrimage left with only positive things to say about South Africa's Sunshine Province. Glenn Ryck, spokesfish for the schools of sardines visiting Durban this year said: “Every year we make our annual pilgrimage to these shores to say hallo to men in short pants and floppy hats with the Toyota bakkies and Corrolla 1600s and their plastic crates and ice cream bakkies and share some of what we have learnt. This year was no different. We found South Africans of all backgrounds and colours on the shores of the beach ready to welcome us into their containers, hats, shirts and skirts and homes.”

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Is the ANC on a witch hunt?

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Announced this week, former SAA CEO, Khaya "Private Helicopter" "Home in the South of France" Ngqula was asked to repay about R30 million back to the company. This figure was based on what SAA have deemed unauthorised expenditure by Ngqula during his tenure as CEO. These include agreeing to expenditure beyond his regulatory capacity limit, purchasing hospitality around several stadiums and off course free flights for friends and family. SAA want it back.

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Why the likes of Justin Bieber are despised

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Its a crime

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Being appointed to the position of CEO comes with a lot of benefits. The most obvious is the pay package. Some of us will never earn that sort of living in a lifetime. They call it a package because besides the monthly pay cheque, the company as a symbol of how much you are valued, throws in things like car allowances, travel subsidies, housing subsidies, pension schemes, profit share, a portfolio of shares and benefits for your family. The CEO is your organisation's leader. And a happy leader is someone who can take the organisation to unimaginable levels of profitability. Sure there are other objectives, the stuff fed to newspaper hacks and Stupid Joe Public is forced to swallow whatever is being fed.

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The Great Indian dream

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Owning a website

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Ambush Marketing - FIFA shooting itself in the head

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Refers: http://www.businessday.co.za/articles/Content.aspx?id=112295 

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Sport and technology

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After viewing several matches of the Football World Cup several things are becoming evident. Firstly the high ideals of sport and sportsmanship are no longer relevant. Football is a professional sport clinging onto values and principles that no longer apply. The referee for instance is said to be only human but his mistakes can cost sponsors, teams and organisers a lot of money. The USA might have finished top of their group yesterday with an injury time goal but, in their previous match a match winning goal was disallowed for no apparent reason and neither was one given. FIFA and football in general tends to operate on business lines. That is never hidden. MATCH, the commercial arm of FIFA that protects its commercial marks and interests is a fine example of this. So then the obvious question is why does the football governing body still cling to old fashioned ideal such as referee's decision is final with no option for teams to question his decision through the use of technology.

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Marketing has changed, please inform the marketing department.

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The way in which technology is moving we, the denied people, living in areas so under developed that it might seem we're moving back instead of forward, should be grateful. We live in a time and place ripe for innovation, but for a few problems, monumental achievement seems to be within reach. Simon Silvester in an interview published by www.bizcommunity.com points out that media is becoming mobile, campaigns will need to be more specific, tailored and will last shorter amounts of time than the norm. I'm paraphrasing here, but “forget 365 its all 24/7 now”

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If you're going to the game tomorrow

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Tomorrow is South Africa's big game. In terms of the World Cup the stakes are as high as they come for our soccer nation. There have been a few weak links in the Bafana team and hope is not enough to get certain players into form. Now is not the time to be playing yourself into form. Teko Modise is one of those players who deserves a warm seat on the bench at home. Nowhere near the team. So does Mbazo Costas Mokoena. Captain Costas is a liability, so considering that we are playing the French and their inclusion is benefit to the French not us here is some free copy for your poster:

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