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SABC hiring practices need to change
SABC hiring practices need to change

It is a matter of public knowledge that the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) is crisis-ridden...

By Kate Skinner 18 Nov 2014 07:03

NECT clarifies its role in "fixing" education
NECT clarifies its role in "fixing" education

Sizwe Nxasana, Chairperson of the National Education Collaboration Trust, says its role is not to run education, but to support government in improving the quality of education in South Africa...

17 Nov 2014 14:10

SANEF protests censorship of parliament live feed
SANEF protests censorship of parliament live feed

The SA National Editors Forum (Sanef) has dispatched a letter to the spokesperson of Parliament, Luzuko Jacobs, protesting against the soft censorship that is creeping into the broadcasting of proceedings...

17 Nov 2014 09:56

New EU GMO food rules get European Parliament nod
New EU GMO food rules get European Parliament nod

A European Parliament committee took the first step on Tuesday towards permitting EU member states to decide for themselves whether to allow the hugely controversial cultivation of genetically modified crops...

14 Nov 2014 12:20

Irish president to engage with youth of Soweto
Irish president to engage with youth of Soweto

The president of Ireland, President Michael Higgins is visiting the University of Johannesburg's (UJ) Soweto campus today Monday, 17 November to address the youth on Challenges and Opportunities in Africa...

14 Nov 2014 08:43

[Mobile360] Enhance African mobile skills or miss the global digital citizenship wave
[Mobile360] Enhance African mobile skills or miss the global digital citizenship wave

There's a swelling global wave of participatory citizenship. While it's definitely the way forward and enhanced by mobile, there are unique challenges to be faced in Africa...

By Leigh Andrews 12 Nov 2014 07:39

ANC wants 'total control' of media, says mogul
ANC wants 'total control' of media, says mogul

The South African press is facing huge pressure from the ruling ANC, which wants "total control" of the media, says the chairman of the continent's largest media company...

6 Nov 2014 06:43

SAA chair defies minister's instruction
SAA chair defies minister's instruction

South African Airways (SAA) chair Dudu Myeni has apparently defied Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown's instruction to immediately reinstate CE Monwabisi Kalawe, whom Myeni suspended suddenly last week.

5 Nov 2014 11:17

Lights go off, matric finals go on
Lights go off, matric finals go on

In response to Eskom implementing load shedding in parts of the country, the Department of Basic Education has made provision for any untoward incident or occurrence that may impact learner performance in the National Senior Certificate examinations.

3 Nov 2014 16:15

New Department of Environmental Affairs building represents green leadership
New Department of Environmental Affairs building represents green leadership

According to Brian Wilkinson, CEO of the Green Building Council of SA (GBCSA), the official opening of the Department of Environmental Affairs' new head office - a 6 Green Star SA Office Design rated building - in Pretoria on 17 October by President Jacob Zuma represents a milestone and significant step in green leadership.

21 Oct 2014 13:50

State seeks to build closer ties with media
State seeks to build closer ties with media

President Jacob Zuma says government will establish a platform for members of the media and government to share ideas on a range of issues.

20 Oct 2014 08:28

Only private sector can create economic growth
Only private sector can create economic growth

Local economic development is failing in South Africa due to lack of sustainability. This is according to Dr Pierre Voges, CEO of the Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA).

29 Sep 2014 10:58

Right2Know Campaign releases its 2014 'Secret State of the Nation' report
Right2Know Campaign releases its 2014 'Secret State of the Nation' report

What is telling is that the compilation of the report itself has been hampered by secrecy... information that would help inform a public debate on various issues, remains secret.

10 Sep 2014 08:42

Governments benefit from big data
Governments benefit from big data

In almost every sector, big data has been shown to offer unlimited opportunities - healthcare, manufacturing, retail and of course, banking...

8 Sep 2014 15:19

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