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24 November 2014
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24 Nov 2014
DA calls for Joemat-Pettersson's suspension
Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson has misled Parliament and should be suspended pending an investigation, the DA said on Monday. "Reports indicate that the minister was involved in...
Updated 2 hours 15 minutes ago
War-weary Darfuris see grim future with or without UN peacekeepers
Caught in a forgotten war between rebels and government forces and beset by bandits who roam the lawless roads, villagers in Darfur say their lives can scarcely get any worse if Sudan insists on...
Updated 2 hours 27 minutes ago
Meeting between Ramaphosa and parties underway
A meeting between Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and political party leaders started in Johannesburg on Monday afternoon in another bid to restore peace in Parliament. African National Congress...
Updated 2 hours 43 minutes ago
Basic Education raises pass mark
The Department of Basic Education has raised the pass mark for grades 7, 8 and 9 as part of its efforts of improving the quality of education in the public school system.  The National Curriculum...
Updated 3 hours ago
Radar company looking at new products and markets
South African radar company Reutech Radar Systems (RRS) is planning to develop new products next year, while remaining focused on its core businesses. "This is to maintain our momentum in both the...
Updated 3 hours ago
Fourth renewables bid announcement postponed, amid third-round closure delay
Fourth renewables bid announcement postponed amid third-round closure delay
Updated 3 hours ago
Portfolio committee to consult steel-, mineworkers on minimum wage
The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Labour would, this week, interact with steel- and mineworkers on the national minimum wage during the second leg of its public hearing process. The first...
Updated 3 hours ago
CIF members agree to invite new nations to join climate resilience pilot
Signatories to the Climate Investment Funds’ (CIF’s) mandate last week agreed to invite a group of new pilot nations to come forward and develop Strategic Programs for Climate Resilience under its...
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