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Synthetic Biology on Women in Science

On SABC2, Sunday, 24 August at 21h00: Synthetic Biology, a relatively new area of science, is dubbed ‘genetic engineering for the facebook generation’. Most of the scientists in the Mhlanga Laboratory at the CSIR are young women, their work is revolutionising the fight against diseases like Malaria, TB and HIV.

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Meet Dino Benedetti Director of Photography in Skeem Saam

Skeem Saam is not only empowering young actors, it is also empowering young crew members. The current series is shot by 23 year old Dino Benedetti from Pretoria. Dino was a prefect at Cornwall High College where he matriculated and was elected head of culture on the Student Representative Council. Dino’s ambition is to play a significant role in the elevating of the South African motion picture industry.

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Hair and Beauty Salon Business discussed on SHIFT

11am on SABC1 - 20 August 2013: The South African ethnic hair care and beauty industry is worth R9.7 billion a year, according to www.investmentnetwork.co.za in June.There are a lot of people who visit hair and beauty salons often for different reasons and people who run hair and beauty salons without seeing the profit they would like to see.

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Geleza Nathi on SABC1 - Mondays to Sundays at 05h00

Friday, 04 October 2013 - Accounting lesson 14 - Forecast Income StatementDescription: Another week has come to a close and that means another week closer to exams, so Buhle is back and in today’s accounting lesson she tackles the Forecast Income Statement.

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You & Your Domestic on Shift

Monday, 11h00 to 12h00 on on SABC1 - 19 August 2013: A large portion of the South African workforce, more than 1-million people, according to Statistics SA is made up of domestic workers. These include gardeners, child-minders (including drivers of children) and those who look after the sick, aged or disabled in private homes.

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Sanlam and South Africa’s best loved TV characters, Muppets are on the road again

For the fourth year, Sanlam and South Africa’s best loved TV characters, theTakalani Sesame Muppets, will take to the road from August to September for their much loved annual roadshow. The journey will see the Sanlam roadshowtravel to seven towns in four provinces to host free events for children and adults filled with fun, festivities and prizes.

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