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Wimax for Big Guys

Rumor Alert: Google May Bid on Wimax Spectrum in India - Oct 27, 2009 (Wimax News) According to Reuters, Google Inc. may bid for WiMax radio waves in India’s upcoming auction. The auction for third generation technology (3G) spectrum in India is expected to start on January 14, 2010. Beceem Expects WiMAX Solution Shipments to Taiwan to Double in 2010 – Oct 29, 2009 (Digitimes) WiMAX solution provider Beceem Communications expects its shipments of WiMAX chips to Taiwan to account for 60%

South Africa’s Sekoko in Talks to Supply Coal to Eskom

Sekoko Resources is in talks to supply coal to Eskom Holdings Ltd, Bloomberg recently reported. South Africa’s Department of Minerals & Energy has granted Sekoko a permit to begin mining at its Waterberg coal project and tests by Eskom showed the fuel met its prescribed quality standards. Sekoko plans to begin processing about 60,000 metric tons a month (mt/m) of coal bearing ore by the end of this year from its Waterberg operation through a joint venture with Australia’s Firestone Energy. Proce

Madonna, visiting Malawian village with her 4 children, promises electricity

more images more images Madonna promises light for Malawian village MPHANDULA, Malawi ? Madonna has promised electricity to a village in Malawi, the impoverished southern African country where she runs a charity organization and from which she has adopted two children. Speaking in Mphandula, some 50 kilometers (30 miles) from Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe, the singer said Thursday: “I know [...]

Israel and the Ongoing Holocaust in Congo (Part 1)

Maurice Tempelsman is one of the top funders of the Democratic Party who has funded Barrack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Templesman was the unofficial ambassador to the Congo (Zaire) for years, but a new Israeli-American tycoon has replaced him. In the world of bling bling and bling bang, some things change, some stay the same. The CIA, the MOSSAD, the big mining companies, the offshore accounts and weapons deals—all hidden by the Western media. The holocaust in Central Africa has claimed some six

United States and Uganda Sign Open-Skies Agreement

by P.J. Blount with the blog faculty From the State Department : United States and Uganda Sign Open-Skies Agreement Office of the Spokesman Washington, DC October 28, 2009 The United States and Uganda signed an Open-Skies air services agreement on Tuesday, October 27, in Atlanta, at the U.S. Trade and Development Agency’s Conference on African Aviation. Uganda’s Minister of Transport, the Honorable John Nasasira, and Susan Kurland, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Assistant

Emerging Markets in the New World Disorder

Easy AdSense by Unreal In horse racing, a match race is when two horses race against each other. One of the most famous such races happened at Pimlico, when Seabiscuit beat War Admiral in November 1938. In markets, one of the most watched and ongoing match races is the one between Emerging (or developing) Markets and Developed Markets. The former include China, India, Brazil and others. The latter include the US, the EU and JapanRead the original:Emerging Markets in the New World Disorder

Know More On Baltimore Genital Herpes Symptoms And Treatment

Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by the herpes simplex viruses type 1 (HSV-1) or type 2 (HSV-2). Most genital herpes is caused by HSV-2. HSV-2 infection may also increase HIV-1 infectiousness by disrupting the genital mucosa and increasing the levels of HIV in the genital tract3, allowing easier transmissibility of the virus. In addition, the HIV viral load in the blood of HIV-1 infected patients increases, at least temporarily, during episodes of HSV reactivatio

Worst Blogger Ever

Well, I cannot believe a month has passed since the last time I posted anything. My sister turned 24 years old today. I’m trying real hard to get my head around that. It hardly seems possible. It doesn’t seem possible that punk rock drumming legend Chuck Biscuits is dead at 44 (only 3 years older than me). Birth. Death. All the years just turn into a vapor. So…to make this easy on myself…and you…here’s what I’ve been up to since 9/22 when I last posted. I went on the Village Chapel

My friends the liberals

Yesterday there was a big discussion here about one of our perennially favorite topics—liberals, and whether or not they really have good intentions. For example, Steve G. wrote : Most people are of good will and that includes having good intentions. But…[t]o acknowledge that liberals have good intentions is to buy into their mantra. Liberals are haters and control freaks, because they are “smarter” and know better than you how to live your life…I have been called a nazi because I ques

South Africa’s Telecommunication Costs

The cost of telecommunication in South Africa has always been a big issue. If we compare it with those of other countries, we get ripped off over and over again. A reduction in internet cost like the one we had 2 years ago might look wonderful, because we compare it with what it was, but is it really? Telecommunication companies should look at the average income of the country they are in and keep that in mind when determining the prices. My internet expenses forms the biggest part of my cel

The AIDS myth exposed: Why experts are challenging conventional AIDS mythology

(NaturalNews) Conventional medicine’s explanations of HIV and AIDS are a medical myth at best; and outright quackery at worst. There is no such thing as a virus that “causes” AIDS, since the very definition of AIDS is widely disputed by scientists around the world. (And patients are often diagnosed with AIDS who have no HIV whatsoever.) In conjunction with the release of the myth-busting documentary House of Numbers (www.HouseOfNumbers.com), NaturalNews has pulled together a collection of fa

Gertler’s Bling Bang Torah Gang

Maurice Tempelsman is one of the top funders of the Democratic Party who has funded Barrack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Templesman was the unofficial ambassador to the Congo (Zaire) for years, but a new Israeli-American tycoon has replaced him. In the world of bling bling and bling bang, some things change, some stay the same. The CIA, the MOSSAD, the big mining companies, the offshore accounts and weapons deals—all hidden by the Western media. The holocaust in Central Africa has claimed some six

The Wonder Of History And Mystery In Egypt Packages.

Egypt is located in Eastern North Africa at the lower parts of the Nile river. To delve into and explore ancient civilization and its roots, it is of utmost necessity to leap into exploration of Egypt packages. This is an amazing country with some of the most well known historical icons in the world, so take your time to enjoy a magical Egyptian vacation with friends and family.

Daikin installs bair conditioning/b system in 2010 FIFA World Cup b…/b

Daikin installs bair conditioning/b system in 2010 FIFA World Cup stadiums. Daikin bAir Conditioning/b South Africa Ltd.

South African Mobile Operators Investigated for Collusion

The South African Competition Commission (SACC) has confirmed it is again investigating the country’s mobile operators for collusion, although the SACC had cleared them of the accusation only a month ago. The SACC has subpoenaed documents from the companies. At a hearing last month held by the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee, Competition Commission Commissioner Shaun Ramburuth said [...]

Barrick backs off SA platinum project

TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – Canadian gold giant Barrick Gold has decided not to develop the Sedibelo platinum project, in South Africa, as it believes the funds can be better spent on other assets, CEO Aaron Regent said on Thursday.

Google Street View: Should South Africans be worried or is the world just paranoid?

Google Street View is coming to South Africa and it seems people are unsure if they should be terrified or excited.In an effort to make some sense of the issue, I’ve decided to write a few words on the following :1. What is Street View and how does Google create it? 2. What are the privacy concerns surrounding Google Street View? 3. A personal perspective on privacy. What is Google Street View? Google Street View is an extension of the very popular Google Maps. It allows users to ‘go down to st

Zambian Development Agency (ZDA) Shortlists Eight for Zamtel Stake Sale

The Zambian Development Agency (ZDA) has revealed that it has shortlisted eight companies interested in acquiring a stake in fixed line monopoly operator Zambia Telecommunications Company (Zamtel). Those operators understood to have made the shortlist include South Africa’s Telkom, Indian state-owned pair Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) and Portugal Telecom. [...]

CB Richard Ellis Misses by a Penny – Analyst Blog

CB Richard Ellis Group Inc. ( CBG ) reported third quarter earnings of 4 cents a share. Excluding one-time charges, the company earned 8 cents per share which was a penny down from the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 9 cents. The company had earned 27 cents on an adjusted basis in the year-ago period. CB Richard Ellis reported a net income of $12.4 million or 4 cents a share, down from income of $40.4 million or 19 cents a year earlier. The credit market downturn and the economic recession have

Michael Jacksons’s This Is It- Michael at his best

As the final concert performance of the King of Pop began in The Los Angeles premiere parts of the city were plunged into darkness by outages caused by powerful winds. Several hundred fans, many of them wearing a single sequined glove like the one Jackson donned in the 1980s, gathered for the Los Angeles premiere and at a simultaneous opening in London. Some 150,000, including fans from Brazil and Australia, watched the L.A. event live on the Internet. The Hollywood screening mirrored events