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14th January 2019 Brand South Africa noted the areas of concern expressed in the World Banks’ Global Economic Prospects report which indicates that South Africa’s... →
14th January 2019 Just a few hours ago, the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has given notice of its intention to embark on secondary strike... →
14th January 2019 The Department of Home Affairs has noted social media posts showing officials seemingly on cellphones while on duty, at the Tongaat office in... →
14th January 2019 The South African Communist Party (SACP) conveys its heartfelt condolences to the family of former Bafana Bafana star, Philemon Masinga, for the... →
14th January 2019 The Democratic Alliance (DA) Leader, Mmusi Maimane, and the DA Member of Parliament, Natasha Mazzone, took Banyana Banyana on a Parliamentary tour... →
14th January 2019 Today DA Team One South Africa members visited the informal mining communities in Kimberley. Along with my colleagues John Steenhuisen and Jacques... →
14th January 2019 1. The Africa Solidarity Network (ASoNet) is grateful that despite all the challenges of the previous years that the government of the DRC has... →
14th January 2019 The National Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) has kicked off its nationwide public hearings on Eskom’s request for a yearly 15% tariff increase... →
GCIS: Minister of Transport Statement Following The Blockage of The N3 Van Reenen And Tugela Plaza By Truck Drivers
14th January 2019 The Minister of Transport, Dr Blade Nzimande, strongly condemns the blockage of the N3 Van Reenen and Tugela Plaza by truck drivers. Yesterday... →
14th January 2019 The Chairperson of Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs, Mr Hlomani Chauke, has urged the Department of Home Affairs to consider an outright ban on... →