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New Montecasino show celebrating Ndlovu Youth Choir to create employment in the arts
New Montecasino show celebrating Ndlovu Youth Choir to create employment in the artsArticle

Showtime Management will present a new theatrical piece, African Pulse - Celebrating the Ndlovu Youth Choir, at Montecasino's Teatro in Johannesburg on Saturday, 1 May 2021.

19 Apr 2021

Employment stimulus helps to create 8,000 new jobs
Employment stimulus helps to create 8,000 new jobsArticle

The Presidential Employment Stimulus has assisted to create 8,000 new jobs, says President Cyril Ramaphosa...

12 Apr 2021

Cape artists protest against lack of government support
Cape artists protest against lack of government supportArticle

The National Arts Council says R68.4 million has been paid to 512 beneficiaries as part of Covid-19 relief. The steps outside the Artscape Theatre in Cape Town were a hive of activity on Saturday, with about 50 artists, musicians, dancers and puppeteers performing as part of ongoing protests.

Marecia Damons 30 Mar 2021

National Arts Council starts distribution of PESP relief for artists
National Arts Council starts distribution of PESP relief for artistsArticle

Some 1 215 practitioners in the arts, culture and heritage sector are receiving much needed relief as the National Arts Council (NAC) starts the distribution of the Presidential Employment Stimulus Programme (PESP) grants to successful beneficiaries.

16 Mar 2021

Can real estate contribute towards rebuilding South Africa's crippled economy?
Can real estate contribute towards rebuilding South Africa's crippled economy?Article

Despite President Ramaphosa's optimistic analogies of fynbos re-emerging after fire, 2021's State of the Nation Address made it clear that South Africa...

Tony Clarke 16 Feb 2021

Yolandi Esterhuizen, registered tax practitioner & director: product compliance, Sage Africa & Middle East
#Budget2021: Relief should be prioritised, but where will the funds come from?Article

Following a year of pandemic and lockdowns, South African employees and companies are looking ahead to the annual Budget Speech on 24 February with a sense of foreboding...

15 Feb 2021

Over R400m to assist struggling ECDs
Over R400m to assist struggling ECDsArticle

As part of relief measures to cushion the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on early childhood development (ECD), Social Development will use R496 million to assist the sector, which is amongst the hardest hit...

8 Feb 2021

Basic Education commits to paying assistants' stipends
Basic Education commits to paying assistants' stipendsArticle

The Department of Basic Education says it is working with Provincial Education Departments (PEDs) to ensure that all qualifying education assistants and general school assistants - who were employed in December and have submitted all the required documents - are paid this month...

25 Jan 2021

President Cyril Ramaphosa
Ramaphosa promotes innovation to rebuild economyArticle

President Cyril Ramaphosa advocates innovative interventions to rebuild the country's Covid-battered economy in his first weekly newsletter of 2021...

19 Jan 2021

Basic Education to implement three-year recovery plan
Basic Education to implement three-year recovery planArticle

The 2021 academic year will start on 25 January for teachers and 27 January for learners with a three-year curriculum recovery plan to make up for lost time due to Covid-19...

18 Dec 2020

W Cape to recruit over 20,000 school assistants
W Cape to recruit over 20,000 school assistantsArticle

As part of President Cyril Ramaphosa's Presidential Employment Stimulus Programme, the Western Cape Education Department (WCED) is looking to recruit over 20,000 Education Assistants and General School Assistants for schools over the next few months...

16 Nov 2020

Basic Education creates employment opportunities for young people
Basic Education creates employment opportunities for young peopleArticle

As part of President Cyril Ramaphosa's Presidential Employment Stimulus Programme, the basic education sector aims to create 200,000 employment opportunities for Education Assistants and 100,000 for General School Assistants...

10 Nov 2020

Food insecurity in SA takes centre stage
Food insecurity in SA takes centre stageArticle

Many South Africans are paying a high price for the economic devastation caused by the hard lockdown implemented in late March in response to the Covid-19 pandemic...

Andrea Rademeyer, Issued by Ask Afrika 16 Oct 2020

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