Daily Archives: October 11, 2018

Labour invests R800 million in Agriculture Related Businesses and Projects

Department of Labour and its entities to invest R800 million in Agriculture Related Businesses and Projects The Department of Labour through its entities in a partnership with the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) is earmarking investing R800-million in labour-intensive investments in

Deputy President David Mabuza attends 50th Anniversary of independence of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, 12 Oct

Deputy President David Mabuza will today, depart South Africa to attend the 50th anniversary of the independence of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea in Malabo on 12 October 2018. Deputy President Mabuza attends the Jubilee Celebrations at the invitation of

Minister of Police strongly condemns corruption within the SAPS and welcomes the arrest of two police officers

Minister of Police General Bheki Cele welcomes the arrests of two Sophiatown police station members Warrant Officer Wynand Steyn (45) and Sergeant Tom Keet (42) have been arrested on charges of murder and defeating the ends of justice in Westbury,

Communications Committee Undertakes to Fill Four Vacant Positions on the SABC Board by December

Parliament– The Portfolio Committee on Communications has undertaken to complete the process of filling the four vacant positions on the board of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) by the end of this year. This after the Chairperson of the

Update: 22 Year old person of interest sought after gruesome find of bodies of parents, Kwadwesi

Following the gruesome finding of the body of the 60-year-old Mountain Sipho Taule in an open field next to Mti Street, Govan Mbeki locality, police arrested the 22-year-old son that was sought by Kwadwesi detectives. The arrest was made after

#WomenOfFortitude to drive MaSisulu’s legacy

In drawing on the inspiration of Mama Albertina Sisulu, government will be launching #WomenOfFortitude, a movement of 100 women to drive the conversation of how women today can continue the legacy left by MaSisulu. “These women are expected to create

Foreign policy review panel begins work

The Ministerial Review Panel has convened the inaugural Foreign Policy Review workshop to engage on the reassessment of South Africa’s foreign policy. “This workshop was well attended by academics, political analysts and civic organizations, together with members of the department.

NGO Launches Campaign to Empower South Sudanese Girls

As the world marks the International Day of the Girl on Thursday, girls in South Sudan are calling on their government to do more to help them receive an education. Low teacher pay and unqualified teachers are among the problems