Monthly Archives: May 2017

Inter-Ministerial Committee briefs media on Eskom, 31 May

The Inter-Ministerial Committee on Eskom will brief the media today on efforts to resolve the matter regarding Eskom's Brian Molefe.Source: Government of South Africa


PRETORIA, As South Africa celebrates "World No Tobacco Day" Wednesday, a new report shows the country is making strides in lowering national tobacco use. This is based on the 3rd South Africa Demographic and Health Survey (SADHS) conducted in 2016,

Aid Group: South Sudanese Elderly, Disabled Face Additional Risks

NAIROBI �Peter Bol Wal, 35, lost his left leg below the knee during fighting against Sudan in 1994. He now lives in a United Nations protection of civilians site in the South Sudanese capital of Juba, where he says life

Living conditions in SA improve

Pretoria - Living conditions in South Africa has improved over the years, according to the 2016 General Household Survey.

More households in South Africa have access to improved sanitation, piped water, electricity, health and education, according to the report released by

SA building stronger bonds with Mozambique

Pretoria - South Africa is fostering closer trade relations with Mozambique, which is one of the fastest growing economies in sub-Saharan Africa, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.Speaking at the Mozambique Economic and Social Forum (MOZEFO) ...

South Africa: President Jacob Zuma Urges Community of Elsies River to Work With Government to Defeat Scourge of Crime At the Anti-Crime Imbizo

President Jacob Zuma has urged the community of Elsies River to work with the law enforcement agencies and government departments to defeat the scourge of crime.The President returned to the area today, 30 May 2017, on the Fight against Crime


PRETORIA, The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu), the country's largest labour confederation, has decided to endorse South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa as its preferred candidate for the presidency of the ruling African Nationa...

President calls on Elsies River to unite against crime

Cape Town � President Jacob Zuma has urged the residents of Elsies River to unite against the cancer called crime, which has claimed the lives of women and children in the area.

The President addressed a packed Adriaanse Civic Centre

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