South African International Calls
South African Flag
Issue 32   Thursday 23rd October 2003
South Africa 3rd in All Africa Games
Nigerians form the word 'Peace' at the national stadium as they celebrate the end of the All Africa Games in Abuja on Saturday. Nigeria took a total of 85 gold medals ahead of Egypt with 81 and South Africa with 63.
Apartheid Lawsuit: Khulumani Advocate Arrives
The multinational companies currently being sued in the United States by the non-profit Khulumani Support Group were not merely doing business in apartheid South Africa, they were knowingly aiding, abetting and in effect sustaining the racist regime, so says US attorney Michael Hausfeld, who lodged the so-called apartheid lawsuit in New York on behalf of some 82 members of the Khulumani group.
The Siyazama Project
Siyazama, a fresh approach to aids awareness The Siyazama Project, a rural crafts and HIV and AIDS awareness initiative, works with rural women who are among the most marginalised people in South Africa. The project uses culturally permissible modes of expression, such as beadwork, to communicate potentially sensitive issues of relationships and sexuality.

Get your free weight loss profile today.
Guernsey's Tennerfest
Those with a fondness for eating-out that won't burn a hole in their pockets should head to the Channel Island of Guernsey in October for the island's annual 'Tennerfest'. Set in the Bay of St Malo, and warmed by the Gulf Stream, Guernsey regularly enjoys temperate autumnal weather, experiencing over 125 hours of sunshine last October alone, making it the ideal destination for an autumn break.
Residents with offshore assets can avoid levy: amnesty unit
South Africans who hold undeclared off-shore assets can now opt to make a declaration instead of applying for amnesty and paying a levy. Government's special Amnesty Unit chairman Advocate Mbuyiseli Madlanga said in a statement on Thursday Exchange Control Circular No D 405, issued on September 30, provided a loophole for residents under certain circumstances.
Prime rate hits 16 year low
Prime lending rates hit a 15-year low of 12 percent after the SA Reserve Bank opted on Thursday to cut its repo rate by 1.5 percentage points.
This rate at which money is lent to commercial banks declined to 8.5 percent on Friday.
Hougaard gets his big break
Derick Hougaard, in the eyes of many the answer to our fly-half problems, will get his first big break when starts in the No.10 jersey for the Springboks against Georgia in Sydney on Friday.
It's Els again - for a 5th time
After leading 3-up in the morning round, Ernie Els beat Denmark's Thomas Björn 4 ∓ 3 in the 36-hole HSBC World Match Play final at Wentworth on Sunday to match the record five wins previously shared by compatriot Gary Player and Seve Bellesteros.
ICC Investment
Biltong, boerewors, and all SA goodies. Click here to visit our website.
A Taste of Africa
Cyber properties
Windhoek Larger
To unsubscribe please click here.

CALL US ON 0845 456 4910