Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Clinton Mocks Obama on Foreign Policy

Hillary Rodham Clinton ridiculed Democratic rival Barack Obama on Tuesday for his contention that living abroad as a child helped give him a better understanding of the foreign policy challenges facing the U.S.

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Monday, November 19, 2007

Verizon and Vodafone create a new service for multi-national organizations

The new “best-in-class” offering is designed to provide customers with a “consistent approach to products and pricing” under a single contract for the whole world.

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Thumbs Up for Johncom's Naspers Deal

THE Competition Tribunal has unconditionally approved the sale of Johnnic Communication's (Johncom's) 38% stake in M-Net and SuperSport to Naspers, overruling objections from media company Caxton.

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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Rare edition Harry Potter book sets new world record at auction

A rare edition of the first Harry Potter book was sold for £19,700 yesterday - setting a new world record for an unsigned copy.The young man in his twenties who sold his edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone earned enough money in minutes for a deposit on a house or a sports car.

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Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Jeremy Clarkson BMW X5 Review

For the past week I have been mostly driving around in the new BMW X5. The old one was an ugly, American-made piece of nonsense that never really floated my boat at all. Sure, it was built to offer sports driving dynamics, but what’s the point of that in a tall off-road car? It’s like making vegetarian food that tastes of sausages.

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Why Bafana Bafana have to rebrand for 2010

Bafana Bafana, meaning Boys, Boys, was coined by three Sowetan sports reporters in 1992, shortly after the readmission of South Africa to world football. According to Neil Tovey, captain of the winning 1996 Africa Cup of Nations team, who was present at the time, "We were doing well and we were rookies in football, and that's what it means.” ...

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