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SA: Raymond Mnguni: Address by Chairperson of the Steering Committee for the new trade union federation, during the trade union 's launch, Boksburg (21/04/2017)
21st April 2017 The long wait is over. The new dawn has broken. A milestone has been reached in the history of the South African trade union movement. →
SA: Jacob Zuma: Address by South African President, at the BRICS Leaders’ plenary session, Goa, India (16/10/2016)
17th October 2016 I wish to congratulate our Chair and gracious host, Prime Minister Modi, for his leadership towards yet another set of milestone achievements for... →
22nd August 2016 Today the Global African Investment Summit COMESA and Government of Rwanda (TGAIS COMESA Rwanda) announces that His Excellency President Yoweri... →
3rd May 2016 The Congress of South African Trade Unions wants to thank and congratulate the thousands workers, who took time this weekend to participate in this... →
UDM: Zwelinzima Vavi: Address by the former General Secretary of the Congress of South African Trade Unions, at the National Bargaining Conference, Boksburg (23/04/2016)
25th April 2016 I am very pleased to be able to address the Collective Bargaining Congress of the mighty NUMSA, and to share with you a number of observations... →
22nd October 2015 Africa investor (Ai), a leading international investment and communications group, today announced that the inaugural African Presidential CEO... →
DIRCO: Nomaindiya Mfeket: Address by Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, on the occasion of the media briefing on international developments, Parliament, Cape Town, (09/09/2015)
9th September 2015 We invited you to this briefing today to share information on some of the work we are doing internationally to advance our foreign policy... →