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The National
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R70 million online dating scam in South Africa - BusinessTech

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R70 million online dating scam in South Africa
BusinessTech
An Internet fraud syndicate operating out of Pretoria stole over R70 million from hundreds of women over six years, with a Nigerian man posing as a US soldier to win the hearts of his lonely victims. According to a report in the Sunday Times, the cyber ...

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The financial risks and rewards of online dating - CNBCAfrica.com

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The financial risks and rewards of online dating
CNBCAfrica.com
Valentine's Day is a round the corner, and individuals who turn to online dating websites must be aware of the cyber risks they are exposing themselves to. CNBC Africa is joined by Candice Sutherland, Business Development Consultant at SHA, for more.






Because marriage represents the union of two families, the choice of spouse is usually arranged by the families, although individuals have some say in the decision. Divorce is not common.

The Amharic family is strongly patriarchal, a pattern typical throughout Ethiopia. Sons usually bring their brides to live with or near their fatherís family, and three or more generations in the male line frequently live under one roof. Age is highly respected in Ethiopia, and the elderly are cared for by their children. Womenís duties and privileges are clearly defined both within the home and elsewhere, and most women lead sheltered lives. Families tend to be very private.

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