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Political parties are big brands

The other day I had a rude awakening around brands and corporate identity. I wore a red beret, no, it did not have Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) or African National Congress (ANC) logo on it - it was just plain...

By Bonnie Ramaila 22 May 2015 08:46

Maimane praises Daso anti-corruption fight

University of Fort Hare management was "crying" because the DA Student Organisation (Daso) would expose corruption at the facility...

22 May 2015 08:25

DoL confirms that forestry wages apply to 9-hour day

In response to an enquiry from Forestry South Africa (FSA), the Department of Labour (DoL) has confirmed that the new minimum wages for workers in the country's commercial forestry sector are based on a nine-hour working day...

By Lloyd Phillips 20 May 2015 11:05

New survey highlights corruption and conflict in SADC countries

The Centre has launched its "Ethics and Compliance Risk Survey 2014". This survey covers ethical and compliance risks faced by South African companies with operations in the SADC...

19 May 2015 11:50

Twitter conversation insights into the #DACongress

Habari Media looks at a few Twitter stats from last weekend's #DACongress, following the appointment of Mmusi Maimane as the official leader of South Africa's main political opposition party...

19 May 2015 09:37

Zokwana 'must stop telling farmers to calm down' - opposition leaders

The ANC wants land reform to fail as part of its plot to gain state control over all land. And agriculture minister Senzeni Zokwana, is misleading farmers, playing a game of cat and mouse, when he tells them not to worry about the radical plans put forward by land reform minister Gugile Nkwinti...

By Denene Erasmus 18 May 2015 08:40

Tablets to be withdrawn from Gauteng schools

Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi, has announced that the department will regrettably be withdrawing a total of 88,000 tablets from schools across the province following the recent spate of burglaries...

By More Matshediso 15 May 2015 07:30

Sedibeng sewer scheme brings relief to residents

SEBOKENG: The Sedibeng Regional Sewer Scheme (SRSS) is expected to bring much needed relief for residents living in the Sedibeng District Municipality...

By Gabi Khumalo 14 May 2015 11:15

Campaign to restore dignity to girl learners

PRETORIA: The Dignity Dreams Nelson Mandela Day Campaign is a non-profit organisation which has set an ambitious goal to raise funds to distribute 18,000 dignity dream packs to young girls by 18 July 2015...

14 May 2015 11:00

Minister Nzimande to focus on transformation in universities

CAPE TOWN: Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande says transformation in institutions of higher learning will be his main focus in the current financial year...

14 May 2015 10:33

NPOs moot taking over delivering of social services

PRETORIA: Representatives of non-profit organisations (NPOs) have recommended to the Department of Social Development that they should take over the responsibility of delivering social welfare services to South Africans...

13 May 2015 14:00

Can you afford to become a farmer?

Throughout the 104-year existence of Farmer's Weekly, our readers have turned to us for advice on agricultural issues. Currently, the most frequently asked questions are: "Where can I buy a farm?" and "What do I farm?"

13 May 2015 09:30

Social Development to engage with NPOs

PRETORIA: With a view to strengthen partnerships, Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini has decided to use this year's Budget Vote as a platform to engage with non-profit organisations...

13 May 2015 09:15

R2K condemns recommitment to Secrecy Bill

Right to Know (R2K) condemns the return of the Secrecy Bill and is dismayed at reported comments of the Minister of State Security, praising the Bill and recommitting government...

13 May 2015 07:02

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