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Zuma will maintain Parliamentary obligations
Zuma will maintain Parliamentary obligations

The Office of the President says a media report that President Jacob Zuma will no longer attend to his Parliamentary responsibilities is both incorrect and grossly misleading.

20 Oct 2014 09:02

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

Cosatu plans 'funeral march' for e-tolls
Cosatu plans 'funeral march' for e-tolls

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) plans to hold a symbolic "funeral march" for Gauteng's e-toll system over the weekend.

17 Oct 2014 12:04

State may sell Vodacom stake to fund Eskom
State may sell Vodacom stake to fund Eskom

Crushing financial pressure on Eskom has compelled the government to consider selling its R26bn stake in Vodacom and to assess its other listed holdingsā€š such as Telkom to raise the cash that Eskom needs.

By Thabiso Mochiko and Andiswa Maqutu 17 Oct 2014 11:17

Families encouraged to grow their own vegetables
Families encouraged to grow their own vegetables

Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Senzeni Zokwana says the fight for food security in South Africa should start at a family level with vegetable gardens in all suburbs.

By Nthambeleni Gabara 17 Oct 2014 09:22

Manamela tells youth to 'seize opportunities'
Manamela tells youth to 'seize opportunities'

The Deputy Minister in the Presidency, Buti Manamela, says young South Africans must make the most of the opportunities government has offered them and must take personal control of improving their lives

17 Oct 2014 08:29

E-toll costs are prohibitive for motorists
E-toll costs are prohibitive for motorists

A nominal increase in the fuel level nationally and an increase in motor vehicle licence fees in Gauteng were mooted as alternatives to electronic tolls by the African National Congress (ANC) in the province.

By Natasha Marrian 15 Oct 2014 11:42

SA, France sign nuclear cooperation agreement
SA, France sign nuclear cooperation agreement

The Department of Energy has confirmed that South Africa has signed an Inter-Governmental Framework Agreement on Nuclear Cooperation with France.

15 Oct 2014 09:21

Outcry over sex-for-marks at Brakpan school
Outcry over sex-for-marks at Brakpan school

Chairman for the Portfolio Committee on Basic Education, Nomalungelo Gina, says sex-pest educators should be eliminated from the system to restore the dignity of the teaching profession.

15 Oct 2014 08:33

DTI seeks to prosecute illegal verification agents
DTI seeks to prosecute illegal verification agents

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has embarked on Operation Khusela to clamp down on illegal verification agents who issue fraudulent BEE and company registration certificates.

14 Oct 2014 11:09

SAA's warning over bogus websites
SAA's warning over bogus websites

South African Airlines (SAA) has warned the public about fraudulent websites that reportedly have information on the Cadet Pilot Development Programme. Applications for positions are now closed.

14 Oct 2014 08:18

Medunsa will move to Sefako University next year
Medunsa will move to Sefako University next year

The Medical University of South Africa or Medunsa will, from next year, become part of the newly instituted Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU).

14 Oct 2014 07:58

Ocean economy plans to be released this week
Ocean economy plans to be released this week

President Jacob Zuma will release the results of work done to explore the potential of the country's ocean economy at the first Operation Phakisa open day in Durban this week.

14 Oct 2014 07:29