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29 May 2017
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19 Apr 2017
‘Africa’s Development Narrative: What role for the Security Sector?’
Between 17 and 19 March 2017, the Brenthurst Foundation, in partnership with the British Peace Support Team (South Africa), the Africa Center for Strategic Studies (Washington, DC) and the South...
07 Apr 2017
Gordhan’s wings had to be clipped - Edward Zuma
President Jacob Zuma’s eldest son, Edward, says he does not like it when African National Congress (ANC) leaders use funerals to attack the party. “These human beings go around with no shame...
05 Oct 2016
Solidarity: The Solidarity Movement’s plan for university crises
The Solidarity Movement today at an urgent media conference in Centurion called for the universities to be reopened as soon as possible. The Solidarity Movement, which includes Solidarity,...
12 Aug 2016
WC: Weak rand and drought send SA food prices rising
The drought and rapid depreciation of the rand have led to a rise in food prices, hitting poorest South Africans hard. Alan Winde, Minister of Economic Opportunities, today (12 August 2016)...
08 Aug 2016
MEC Alan Winde addresses launch of annual baseline
What's On
The latest economic outlook for the Western Cape’s agriculture sector will be released this week. This is following a tough year for agriculture due largely to severe droughts experienced across...
Agriculture economic outlook to be released
What's On
The latest economic outlook for the Western Cape’s agriculture sector will be released this week. This is following a tough year for agriculture due largely to severe droughts experienced across...
04 Aug 2016
W Cape EFF celebrates going from 'zero to something'
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) in the Western Cape has not yet won any wards in its first municipal election, but the party says it is not disappointed. "We know we put up a very good fight,"...
02 Aug 2016
Two exemplary young South Africans on the brink of a law career share their thoughts on the real importance of a law degree
Two outstanding young South Africans, law student and Bowman Gilfillan Africa Group bursary recipient Kamogelo Sono and school pupil and future law student, Lesedi Nkwe have commented on the...
26 Jul 2016
ANC hoping to retain majority in Karoo
The African National Congress' (ANC's) Central Karoo constituency office in Beaufort West is a hive of activity as it makes its final push in what is expected to be a tight contest in the August 3...
25 Jul 2016
Young South Africans to join Bowman Gilfillan Africa Group on CEO Sleepout
Bowman Gilfillan Africa Group's Managing Partner Alan Keep, and Head of Banking & Finance Francisco Khoza will be joined at the CEO Sleepout, taking place in Johannesburg on 28 July this year,  by...
21 Jul 2016
AfriForum, AfriForum Youth and Solidarity: AfriForum Youth and Solidarity welcome verdict on UFS language policy as victory for Afrikaans
AfriForum, AfriForum Youth and Solidarity today welcomed the judgement by the High Court in Bloemfontein – which sets aside the decision by the Senate and Council over the language policy of the...
18 Jul 2016
What's On
Eskom’s Group Chief Executive, Mr Brian Molefe invites you to the Quarterly State of the System Briefing to share the state of the electricity system for the winter and going into the summer...
04 Jul 2016
WC: Skills training opportunity for Level 1 and 2 CIDB contractors
The Department of Transport and Public Works will soon be providing accredited training at no cost to a limited number of emerging Western Cape contractors on how to run their construction...
23 Jun 2016
Stellenbosch, Pretoria universities adopt new language policies
The universities of Pretoria and Stellenbosch have adopted new language policies. Stellenbosch University Council chairperson George Steyn said, by approving the proposed new language policy,...
14 Jun 2016
WC: African Horse Sickness movement restrictions lifted
Movement controls within the surveillance zone to contain an outbreak of African Horse Sickness in the Boland have been lifted. Alan Winde, Minster of Economic Opportunities, today announced that...
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