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Instead of isolating South Africa's rulers with economic and political sanctions, as many other nations had done, President Ronald Reagan's administration tried what it called "constructive engagement": negotiating with white and black leaders to seek a peaceful end to apartheid.
The appreciation of the rand has done significant damage to the profit margins of South Africa's manufacturing and mining companies.
Sandton, in the north of the city, has been transformed from sleepy agricultural land to a busy new cluster that is home to many of South Africa's top companies, such as Investec and Old Mutual, as well as the Johannesburg Securities Exchange.
Senate Subcommittee on Security and Terrorism published the names of the leaders of South Africa's Communist-dominated African National Congress (ANC).
7) In the early 1990s, however, researchers inspired by post-modernism, post-structuralism, and post-colonialism scrutinized what they said was the instrumental purpose of social history: to demonstrate how colonial and capitalist intrusions determined the plotline of modern South Africa's past.
South Africa's forestry industry developed because the country has little in the way of natural indigenous timber reserves--just 1,158 square miles total.
South Africa's current social security system is dogged with problems and contradictions.
On November 26 South Africa's Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), supported by about 200 doctors, sued the South African government, asking for wider use of nevirapine to prevent mother-to-infant transmission of HIV.
When I travel round the world, I am interested by how South Africa's transition from apartheid to democracy is celebrated overseas.
Thanks to more than a century of conservation efforts, viewing South Africa's unique wildlife remains a high point for visitors.
For the former president and one-time Nobel Peace Prize recipient, the drift from center stage to the political margins has been unsentimentally swift since Nelson Mandela became South Africa's first democratically elected president in May 1994.
104) The 40% rate (35% + 5%) is consistent with South Africa's newly enacted branch profits tax (which is effective for tax years ending after Mar.
Like most of the other gloomy prognostications about South Africa's future, it seems unlikely that such an event will come to pass in quite such an absolute fashion.
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