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Future Cape Town hosted the Open City Mini-Conference at City Hall on 24 August 2013, hosting numerous speakers and thought-leaders. Continue reading
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At a juncture where Moody’s has downgraded our national credit rating, foreign investors question South Africa as a destination and Continue reading