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02 June 2005 Angelo Coppola

Well now you can by taking part in the world’s largest ever Global Sex Survey, by logging on to www.durex.com and revealing your deepest desires.

Last year more than 350,000 people in 41 countries answered questions about their sexual attitudes and behaviour, with nearly 4000 South Africans going online for their nation.

The 2005 survey will contain questions covering a wide range of issues including sex education, awareness of STI’s, sexual lifestyle and methods of contraception.

Last year 58% of South Africans admitted to having unprotected sex without knowing their partner's sexual history and have an average number of 12 sexual partners. 55% of South African women admitted to having faked an orgasm.

The survey is currently live and will be online until early August. The results will be announced in October, and one lucky South African will win a romantic getaway for two just by going online and ‘doing it’ for their country.

For every person who completes the survey, Durex will donate five condoms to

Dance 4 Life.

Quick Polls

QUESTION

The second draft amendments to Regulation 28 will allow retirement funds to allocate up to 45% of their assets to SA infrastructure, with a further 10% for rest of Africa; but the equity & offshore caps remain unchanged. What are your thoughts on the proposal?

ANSWER

Infrastructure? You mean cash returns with higher risk!?!
Infrastructure cap is way too high
Offshore limit still needs to be raised
Who cares… Reg 28 does not apply to discretionary savings
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