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Red Hot Chili Peppers set to Rock SA in 2013

South African Tour 2013 Red Hot Chilli Peppers

SA has already been treated to some of the biggest visiting international music acts this year. In fact, it is bracing itself for even more superstars in the coming months. 2013 looks to be no different, as one of the biggest groups ever is set to rock Joburg and Cape Town early in the new year. The Red Hot Chili Peppers are coming. Premier concert organisers Big Concerts has confirmed that the 29-year-old, multi-award-winning rock super group will be performing at the famous soccer complex on February 2nd 2013. The legendary quartet will be in South Africa for two shows - the second is in Cape Town at The Cape Town Stadium on 5 February, giving local fans the chance to experience their distinctive songwriting, heavy bass grooves                  

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Attention all Apple® users that dig DIY

iFix develops Apple repair kit DIY

For those who listened to our interview with CEO and founder of iFix, Alex Fourie on MuthaFM on Tuesday, you would have bared witness to the young entrepreneurs’ success story and continued vision to grow. iFix has had over 50,000 successful iPhone, iPod, iPad & Mac repairs in 6 years of operation, iFix is the most experienced 1-stop out-of-warranty Apple repair shop! However this doesn’t mean that they can do the job better than you… Alex noticed that a number of consumers expressed the confidence to fix their own MAC gadgets so Alex came up with a plan - uFix! “We've seen hundreds of clients come into our iFix branches that would've been able to do a repair themselves, but didn't have access to the parts and tools they                  

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Zwischen Traum und Wirklichkeit – Gedanken zur WM

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So richtig beginnt für mich die Weltmeisterschaft in Südafrika eigentlich erst jetzt. Die Sonne über München scheint aus voller Kraft in dieser ersten Woche nach dem denkwürdigen Sieg Deutschlands über England im Achtelfinale. Alle freuen sich – und ich bin krank. Was macht man, wenn man den ganzen Tag zu Hause verbringen muss? Fernseh schauen! Und so tauche ich zum ersten Mal richtig ein in die erste WM auf afrikanischem Boden. Bereits Stunden vor dem Nachmittagsspiel beginnt die Berichterstattung des ersten oder zweiten deutschen Fernsehens. Was dort gezeigt wird, widerlegt alle Vorwürfe einer Verwahrlosung des Fernsehens. Natürlich wird viel über die deutsche Nationalmannschaft und die Spiele berichtet, viel