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25 May 2017
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19 May 2017
Daily Podcast – May 19, 2017
Making headlines: Motsoeneng loses bid to have disciplinary hearing, CCMA process merged Masutha says he won't pressure NPA on Nkandla probe And, ANC wants cash increase for political parties
Motsoeneng loses bid to have disciplinary hearing, CCMA process merged
Former South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng's application to have his disciplinary hearing collapsed into a Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration...
30 Jan 2017
Gauteng government partners with Moral Regeneration Movement (MRM) in protecting public property
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MEC for Infrastructure Development Jacob Mamabolo together with Father Smangaliso Mkhatshwa will, on Tuesday, 31 January announce a partnership between the Gauteng Department of Infrastructure...
27 Jan 2017
Media must be accessible to all people – Muthambi
Communications Minister Faith Muthambi has emphasised the need for media which is accessible to all the country’s citizens, saying the sector still lacks transformation. She was addressing...
26 Jan 2017
Minister of Communications to introduce new MDDA CEO and mark the agency’s 13th anniversary
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The Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA) turns 13 years. In celebration of this milestone, the Minister of Communications, Ms Faith Muthambi, will on Friday the 27th of January, give a...
02 Dec 2016
Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital aims to change face of local medical care
The Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital (NMCH), in Parktown, Johannesburg, was launched on Friday. Built over two years, the hospital will host a number of centres of excellence for paediatric care....
Mandela never went to Treasury for money: Judge Moseneke
Former president Nelson Mandela went out to to find donors and raise money for the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital and never approached South Africa’s Treasury for funding, said retired deputy...
17 Nov 2016
SA: Higher Education and Training Committee saddened and outraged by Wits rape allegations
The Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training is saddened by media reports about an alleged rape incident at Wits University where the perpetrator is allegedly still housed at one of the...
18 Oct 2016
Mcebo Dlamini’s court case postponed
The bail application of a former Wits Student Representative Council and #FeesMustFall protest leader was postponed in the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday. Mcebo Dlamini, 30, was...
17 Oct 2016
Wits classes continue, despite earlier chaos
The academic programme will continue at the University of the Witwatersrand on Monday, despite earlier protests around Parktown. On Monday morning, students started two fires on public roads,...
Wits students protest in Parktown
Students from the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) took their protest to the streets of Parktown, blocking roads and burning tyres during peak morning traffic on Monday. Police fired rubber...
11 Oct 2016
Protest turns violent at Wits, again
Protesting students at the University of Witswatersrand (Wits) have once again clashed with the police as their protest for free education turned violent at around midday on Tuesday. This comes...
22 Sep 2016
GP: Premier Makhura meets business to address youth unemployment
Gauteng Premier David Makhura says Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) has an enormous potential for labour absorption.  Addressing a group of businesspeople during the Business Process Service...
20 Sep 2016
Wits students to be released on warning - lawyers
University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) students who were arrested on Tuesday morning will be released on a warning before the end of day, according to the Black Lawyers Association in Gauteng and...
08 Sep 2016
Why SAPS needs better crime intelligence
The South African crime statistics released last week reveal an alarming rise in murder and armed robbery. By using their intelligence and investigative resources effectively, the police can...
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