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28 May 2017
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17 May 2017
ANC orders Brown to rescind Molefe's return to Eskom
The African National Congress (ANC) has ordered Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown and the Eskom board to rescind Brian Molefe’s return to the power utility as its CEO. "We met with Lynne...
03 May 2017
DHS: Human Settlements economically empowers military veterans
Minister of Human Settlements Lindiwe Sisulu declared no military veterans housing project will be implemented without the allocation of certain percentage of the work to Military Veterans...
02 May 2017
Bridging the racial and ethnic divide: How are Africa’s largest economies tackling the behemoths of intolerance?
Racism and racial discrimination remain unpalatable features of the South African experience. In 2016, a series of racial slurs exchanged on social media attracted headline attention. This was the...
24 Feb 2017
'Please learn from this horror' – EFF tells Makhura
If Gauteng Premier David Makhura can take credit for all the good work his administration has done in the past two-and-a-half years, he should also take credit for the bad, the Economic Freedom...
20 Feb 2017
Rollout of medical marijuana soon up for public comment – IFP
The use of, and access to, medical marijuana for South Africans will soon be up for public comment, the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) said on Monday. Speaking to News24, IFP chief whip Narend Singh...
EFF disrupts Sopa, Makhura warns of using Esidimeni tragedy as 'political football'
Gauteng Premier David Makhura warned opposition parties of using the deaths of Life Esidimeni psychiatric patients as 'political football' following an attempted disruption by the Economic Freedom...
08 Feb 2017
We have lost confidence in you – Pityana to Zuma
Save South Africa convener Sipho Pityana repeatedly blasted President Jacob Zuma at the campaign's "real State of the Nation Address" (Sona) in Cape Town. Pityana told hundreds of people at St...
03 Feb 2017
ANC: Zizi Kodwa says ANC deeply disturbed by ANCYL Gauteng statements following passing of mental patients in the province
The African National Congress is deeply disturbed by utterances attributed to the ANC Youth League in Gauteng following the tragic death of 94 mental health patients in the province. This...
ANC accuses ANCYL of ‘grandstanding’ over psychiatric patients’ deaths scandal
A public spat between the African National Congress (ANC) and its Gauteng youth league structure emerged on Friday, when the mother body accused the league of “grandstanding” after it criticised...
01 Feb 2017
Gauteng: David Makhura: Address by Gauteng Premier, on the report of the Health Ombudsman on the investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of mentally ill patients in Gauteng, Pretoria (01/02/2017)
On behalf of the Gauteng Provincial Government, I hereby welcome the release of the Health Ombudsman Report so that we can the truth about the circumstances surrounding the passing on of mentally...
20 Jan 2017
Australian dentists combat dental disease across Africa
Australian charity organisation Bridge2Aid Australia is making strides in helping African countries combat dental disease through training programmes. Bridge2Aid trains health workers to carry out...
21 Nov 2016
SA: David Makhura: Address by Gauteng Premier, at the gauteng health department 2016 Khanyasi Service Excellence awards, Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand, Johannesburg (18/11/2016)
It is my great pleasure to join you this evening when we come together to shine the light on excellence and showcase the capabilities within the institutions of the Gauteng Department Health.
11 Oct 2016
Sudan is the exception that proves the rule on chemical warfare in Africa
The recent Amnesty International report into the alleged use of chemical weapons in Sudan makes for difficult reading. Using satellite imagery, expert analysis and more than 200 interviews with...
05 Oct 2016
Disruptions continue at UCT after night of chaos
Protesting students resumed their disruptions of lectures at UCT on Wednesday morning amid a heavy police and private security presence. This after a night of chaos, following the students being...
27 Sep 2016
TAC: No more delays Minister Davies, we need medicines
Today, more than 1000 activists from the Fix the Patent Laws campaign will march to the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Pretoria. They are demanding that the DTI take urgent steps to fix...
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