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24 February 2017
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23 Feb 2017
DoH: Malusi Gigaba: Address by Home Affairs Minister, on the tensions between citizens and foreign nationals, Cape Town (23/02/2017)
As in other parts of the world, immigration has taken a centre stage in the life of the nation.
GCIS: The current persisting rains have the potential to bring dangerous conditions for communities
Finally, some parts of our country are receiving the much needed rains post the departure of Ex-Cyclone Dineo. These current rains are welcome as they will go a long way to relieve the country from...
22 Feb 2017
SAPS: Police on rhino poachers
The South African Police Service is continuing to close the net on suspected rhino poachers in our ongoing efforts to prevent and combat wildlife-related crime in South Africa.  Over this past...
21 Feb 2017
SA: Jacob Zuma: Address by President of South Africa and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, on the occasion of Armed Forces Day, Durban (21/02/2017)
Let me begin by extending our deepest condolences to the families of the three naval officers and three staff members of the Department of Public Works who lost their lives tragically late last...
20 Feb 2017
NEHAWU: NEHAWU statement on its readiness and details of the planned National Day of action against National Treasury and DPSA
The National Education Health & Allied Worker Union [NEHAWU] has been mobilising its members for the planned National Day of Action against National Treasury and the Department of Public Service...
17 Feb 2017
South Africans have double standards when it comes to racism – AfriForum
Lobby group AfriForum believes South Africans have double standards when it comes to the way they react to racist and hateful comments on social media. The group’s deputy CEO, Ernst Roets, said...
16 Feb 2017
GCIS: Statement on the Cabinet meeting of 15 February 2017
1. Implementation of Government Programmes 1.1. Cabinet welcomes President Jacob Zuma’s 2017 State of the Nation Address (SoNA) under the theme "Radical Transformation of the Economy”. This was at...
13 Feb 2017
SANRAL: SANRAL welcomes ConCourt judgement on the N1/N2 Winelands
The South African National Roads Agency SOC (Ltd) (SANRAL) notes the judgment by the Constitutional Court and will abide by it. Over the past two months the roads agency has consistently stated...
07 Feb 2017
KZN: Premier Willies Mchunu on stability in institutions of higher learning
Members of the executive council led by KwaZulu-Natal Premier Willies Mchunu in his capacity as the chair of the Human Resources Development Council are currently meeting with council members, vice...
AIC expecting report from ANC over Matatiele
The African Independent Congress (AIC) is expecting a report from the governing African National Congress (ANC) next month on the way forward regarding the incorporation of Matatiele back into...
01 Feb 2017
SA: Technical Support and Training is key to a successful cooperative, says Small Business Development Committee
The Portfolio Committee on Small Business Development has reiterated the need for technical support and training for members of cooperatives. The Committee has held meetings with the City of...
30 Jan 2017
SA: Small Business Development Committee visits KZN
The Portfolio Committee on Small Business Development will this week (30 January to 3 February 2017) conduct oversight in KwaZulu-Natal, visiting various primary cooperatives and municipalities in...
29 Jan 2017
UNTU: Injured train driver drove to safe station to get help
An injured train driver of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) drove with pieces of glass in his eyes to safety after an attacker scattered the front window of his train with a brick...
25 Jan 2017
Underperforming schools to be dealt with individually – Motshekga
The circumstances of underperforming schools must first be understood before a decision is taken to fire their principals, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said on Tuesday. The problem was...
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