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Foreign black migrants preferred in some sectors of South African economy

South Africa – A recent report released by the Migration for Work Research Consortium (MiWORC) shows foreign black migrants suffer less from discrimination than elsewhere in the world and are often preferred in certain economic sectors.

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The film about the small businessman who took on the bread cartel

Jul15

“Crumbs–Toppling the Bread Cartel”: the inside story of a Cape Town businessman Imraahn Mukaddam, his fight for social justice and the personal cost of blowing the whistle on corporate greed.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7mAI_LcZKQ#t=155 [/youtube]

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New app to virtually map the creative industry in Cape Town

Creative Cape Town, a program of the Cape Town Partnership, has launched the new free-to-download Creative Cape Town App.

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The music that changed my life

The Cape Town suburb of Observatory is known for being a small bohemian enclave, providing low cost housing for students, artists and ‘free spirits’ of all sorts. Walk down Lower Main Road past the quaint mini-Victorian houses and sushi restaurants, and you’ll find all the familiar student-town tropes: aging hippies, overpriced vintage clothing, and laptop-ridden coffee shops.

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World’s first social franchise accelerator launched in Cape Town

The world’s first Social Franchising Accelerator has been established at the UCT Graduate School of Business Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship in partnership with the International Centre for Social Franchising (ICSF) and Franchising Plus.

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Cape Town’s Mandela Memorial: The tribute Madiba deserved

It is difficult to talk or write about Wednesday night’s Cape Town memorial without seeming to be giving renewed life to those cheesy Castle ads from the mid-1990s. But the hackneyed old trope of the Rainbow Nation was truly everywhere, in a stadium in a city often rightly criticised for its ongoing racial divisions.

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