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31 July 2014
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31 Jul 2014
Sanral chair resigns
Tembakazi Mnyaka has exited, effective immediately, her position as the chairperson of the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) for “personal reasons”, the Department of...
Updated 21 minutes ago
Immigration rules will not change – Gigaba
The home affairs department will not relax onerous new immigration rules but will fast-track visa centres and biometric-data capturing systems to reduce upheaval, Minister Malusi Gigaba said on...
Updated 29 minutes ago
30 Jul 2014
Municipalities’ audits improve, but challenges persist
While unauthorised expenditure by South Africa’s municipalities has declined year-on-year, irregular expenditure has recorded a R2-billion increase as municipalities failed to follow legislated...
Improved productivity, structural growth critical to accelerating emerging market growth
As the growth gap between developing and advanced economies was closing, productivity improvements and structural growth were the only things that could, once again, accelerate economic growth in...
Zuma authorises SIU to probe corruption
President Jacob Zuma has directed the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) to investigate issues relating to maladministration and alleged corruption in a number of government departments, entities and...
Nearly 5 000 land claims processed in two weeks
land claims
The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform has processed close to 5 000 applications from claimants ever since President Jacob Zuma assented to a law that re-opened the lodgement of land...
No reports of Ebola in SA
The Department of Health has allayed fears of the Ebola outbreak moving to South Africa, assuring that the country is safe. Department spokesperson Joe Maila confirmed that no case of the Ebola...
PRASA blasts ‘callous’ acts of rail vandalism, may halt W Cape services
Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) has “declared war” on acts of vandalism and malicious damage to its rail property, following “callous” acts of vandalism in the Western Cape,...
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