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Attacks on foreign nationals have hurt SA, says Trade DM

Attacks on foreign nationals have been regrettable and sad and have also resulted in a loss of export foreign revenue, Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Mzwandile Masina said yesterday...

23 Apr 2015 10:45

Task team to implement 2010 farmworkers' resolutions

PRETORIA: Delegates attending a stakeholder meeting with organised labour and agricultural organisations have agreed to establish a task team to follow up on the 2010 Farmworkers Summit resolutions...

23 Apr 2015 10:20

SA plays part in knitting thousands of blankets

South Africans came out in their numbers today to participate in South Africa's attempt to earn a Guinness World Record for the most hand-knitted blankets in a charitable event. The attempt was championed by the 67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela Day initiative...

22 Apr 2015 14:50

Registration opens for 2016 academic year

PRETORIA: Hundreds of parents braved the chilly morning to be the first in line at schools around Gauteng to book a space for their children at schools close to their residential areas and places of work for the 2016 academic year...

By More Matshediso 22 Apr 2015 08:50

Job losses despite growing SA economy

The biggest blot on the South African democracy was the five million people looking for work and the nearly two million who have given up hope of finding a job, according to Theo Vorster, CEO of Galileo Capital...

By Annelie Coleman 21 Apr 2015 13:00

Student wellness programme launched in Ulundi

PRETORIA: Over 4,000 students at Mthashana Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) College in Ulundi are set to benefit from a general health and wellness programme...

21 Apr 2015 12:40

SA sends trainees to China for nuclear plant operations training

PRETORIA: Government is sending 50 trainees from the South African nuclear industry to China to take part in the nuclear power plant operations training, said the Department of Energy (DoE)...

20 Apr 2015 12:00

SADTU launches principal seminars to address school-based violence

Gathering over 200 Gauteng school principals and district officers at the Parktonian Hotel in Braamfontein, the South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) launched the first of six principal seminars across the country to resolve the issue of violence in schools...

By Neo Koza 20 Apr 2015 11:30

Ten 'tender' tips to help in the SA Government tendering process

Government tendering is big business and done correctly, can stimulate the SA economy and sustain and grow local businesses...

20 Apr 2015 10:03

Gauteng Education closes Roodepoort Primary School

PRETORIA: Gauteng MEC for Education Panyaza Lesufi has decided to close Roodepoort Primary School indefinitely due to the continuous disruption of schooling in the area, the department announced today...

17 Apr 2015 15:50

Learning from Eskom and others

Learn the critical lessons of corporate (mis)governance and don't take your organisation down the same road of failure...

By Peter Hughes 16 Apr 2015 12:00

Government fails to appreciate SA farmers' contribution

Independent economist Dr Kobus Laubscher talks to Annelie Coleman about the economic benefits of last year's record maize harvest and the consequences of this year's vastly reduced harvest...

By Annelie Coleman 15 Apr 2015 11:40

New university aims to be ranked best in the world

PRETORIA: President Jacob Zuma has launched a new health science university envisaged to be ranked amongst the best in the world...

By More Matshediso 15 Apr 2015 10:00

Gauteng education opens doors for 2016 applications

PRETORIA: The Gauteng Education Department has opened its doors for parents who want to apply for their children to get admission into public schools for the 2016 academic year...

14 Apr 2015 11:35

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