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07 Jul 2016
 
 
 
 
Where are the receipts for 795 schools Zuma says SA government built?
AFRICA CHECK
South African government speech writers have been getting good use out of a particular figure in recent months. “Government has built 795 schools since 2009,” President Jacob Zuma told crowds at...
 
 
01 Jul 2016
 
GCIS: Government committed to address youth development
STATEMENT
As South Africa marks the closing of the 2016 Youth Month Programme which has been celebrated under the theme: “Youth Moving South Africa Forward”, government wishes to thank young people for their...
 
 
17 Jun 2016
 
 
 
Cry, the beloved youth
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
16 June 1976 represented a turning point in the history of South Africa. On this day, young people stood up and took responsibility for the change they believed in and wanted to see. This year...
 
 
'Jobs for cash’ report taking us back to Apartheid – Sadtu
CORRUPTION
The South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) on Thursday used its Youth Day statement to lash out against the findings of a "jobs for cash" report – suggesting these could bring back...
 
 
We need to fight with one hand and build with the other – Buthelezi
POLITICS
We need to fight with one hand and build with the other, Inkatha Freedon Party (IFP) leader, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, told youngsters on Thursday. He urged youth at a rally in Meadowlands, Soweto to...
 
 
Apartheid disadvantaged SA by denying blacks education – Zuma
POLITICS
The apartheid regime disadvantaged the country and economy by denying black people an education, President Jacob Zuma told a crowd of supporters at a Youth Day celebration held at Orlando Stadium...
 
 
 
 
Daily Podcast - June 17, 2016
PODCAST
June, 17 2016. For Creamer Media in Johannesburg, I’m Thabi Madiba. Making headlines: Zuma given until July 4 to respond to allegations of hate speech 'Jobs for cash’ report taking us back to...
 
 
15 Jun 2016
 
 
 
CFCR: Youth Day: pawns in another's battle
STATEMENT
16 June Youth Day is commemorated annually in South Africa in remembrance of the school children who died at the hands of the apartheid police in 1976. The protests were in response to Bantu...
 
 
FEDUSA: Martlé Keyter says empowering and strengthening our youth, building a sustainable future by repositioning young workers' voices in the workplace
STATEMENT
The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) celebrates national Youth Day under the notion that youth empowerment is the main building block to a sustainable future of the country, said...
 
 
DBE: Basic Education on learning and teaching in Vuwani
STATEMENT
The Department of Basic Education (DBE) remains concerned that teaching and learning has not resumed in Vuwani schools since unrest took hold of the area seven weeks ago. Twenty eight schools have...
 
 
WC:Drive to boost young black agriculture graduates
STATEMENT
Young people interested in working in our dynamic agri sector are encouraged to apply to study at the Elsenburg Agricultural Training Institute. Speaking ahead of Youth Day tomorrow, Alan Winde,...
 
 
14 Jun 2016
 
SA: Parliament joins the nation in commemorating the 40th anniversary of 16 June 1976
STATEMENT
The Presiding Officers, Speaker of the National Assembly, Ms Baleka Mbete, and Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces, Ms Thandi Modise, on behalf of Parliament join the nation and...
 
 
SA: J. Raphela: Address by Deputy Director General: Mineral Regulation, at the youth in mining summit, Indaba Hotel, Johannesburg (14/06/2016)
Topics
I am encouraged by your proactive stance in matters relating to our country’s economy, and in particular, the mining sector.
 
 
Soweto uprising: four decades on, South Africa still struggles with violent policing
THE CONVERSATION
June days in South Africa can be dark, cold and short. The sun rises late and sets early. Highland frosts feel their way through blades of blemished veld; mists mask roads ahead and behind. The...
 
 
13 Jun 2016
 
SA: Limpopo Transport steps up traffic law enforcement for youth day long-weekend and school holidays
Statements
The MEC responsible for Department of Transport, Safety, Security and Liaison Mapula Mokaba-Phukwana together with Traffic chiefs from all districts and municipalities have agreed to step up law...
 
 
 
                       
 
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