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    PAMSA

    You make some interesting points Chris, but without wanting to take you out of context, one of your arguments falls down somewhat – “I do not see any value in their quest to continue cutting down trees and producing old news…” Newsprint is made from paper. Paper, especially in SA, is made from trees which have been farmed for that purpose. Pretty much the same as mealies for your cornflakes and wheat for your bread. So trees are not cut down to make paper; they are harvested. Some 260,000 trees are planted every day in South Africa. And while these trees are growing they are absorbing CO2 and releasing oxygen. http://www.thepaperstory.co.za/PAMSA_Paper%20Fact%20Sheet_September2013.pdf

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    Paul Scott

    Nice article! I also published an article about challenges faced by online media in South Africa and it appeared on Biz-Community. http://bit.ly/1caMFqY. http://www.mzansilife.co.za/

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    Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan

    3) Klassiek Afrikaans

    15-01-2014

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