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SOUTH AFRICA: World Bank highlights investment challenges, 14/Dec/05
JOHANNESBURG, 14 December (IRIN) - An assessment of South Africa's investment climate, jointly conducted by the World Bank and department of trade and industry, has revealed that the business environment is favourable in many ways, yet some challenges remain. ... Full Report... Email Report

SOUTH AFRICA-ZIMBABWE: Relations unaffected by spy scandal, says official, 13/Dec/05
JOHANNESBURG, 13 December (IRIN) - The arrest a year ago of a South African spy for running an espionage ring in Zimbabwe has not affected relations between the two countries, an official told IRIN. ... Full Report... Email Report

SOUTH AFRICA: UNHCR sees improvements in immigrant detention centre, 7/Dec/05
JOHANNESBURG, 7 December (IRIN) - The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) said on Wednesday that it welcomed improvements to facilities at South Africa's controversial Lindela Repatriation Centre, where undocumented and illegal foreigners are held before being repatriated. ... Full Report... Email Report

SOUTH AFRICA: Zuma's political career unlikely to recover from rape charge, say analysts, 6/Dec/05
JOHANNESBURG, 6 December (IRIN) - Former South African deputy president Jacob Zuma appeared in court on Tuesday and was formally charged with rape. ... Full Report... Email Report

CONGO-SOUTH AFRICA: Mbeki promises to help nation fight poverty, 2/Dec/05
BRAZZAVILLE, 2 December (IRIN) - South African President Thabo Mbeki has said his country would help the Republic of Congo to fight poverty, which the UN Development Programme estimates to be afflicting up to 70 percent of the country's 3.1-million people. ... Full Report... Email Report

SOUTH AFRICA: National survey finds young women most at risk of HIV/AIDS, 1/Dec/05
JOHANNESBURG, 1 December (IRIN) - Over one in 10 South Africans are living with HIV, with young African women in informal settlements being at highest risk of HIV infection, a new study has found. ... Full Report... Email Report

SOUTH AFRICA: Slow service delivery exasperates poor communities, 28/Nov/05
JOHANNESBURG, 28 November (IRIN) - Just over 50 years ago the historic Freedom Charter of the African National Congress (ANC) was adopted in Kliptown, Soweto. The irony of living in extreme poverty in modern-day South Africa, next to the spot where the charter was adopted, is not lost... Full Report... Email Report

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