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Post Office encouraged by worker turnout | 25-11-2014

Pretoria - The South African Post Office says it is encouraged by the increased return of employees to work following a settlement with unions.

President keeps eye on nation through Siyahlola | 25-11-2014

Pretoria – President Jacob Zuma has conducted a total of 15 Siyahlola Presidential Monitoring Programme visits to various communities since 2011.

Parliamentary truce called off | 25-11-2014

Pretoria - The agreement between Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and opposition parties represented in Parliament has been called off.

Ekurhuleni raises safety awareness ahead of holidays | 25-11-2014

Pretoria – The Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality’s Disaster and Emergency Management Services (DEMS) has warned residents to be vigilant against drowning this festive season.

"We must all join hands to fight crime" | 25-11-2014

The festive season is almost upon us again. We feel free; excited because it’s a perfect season for relaxation and spending quality time with loved ones. However, we tend to be less attentive to our security and safety wellbeing.

New wage structure for domestic workers | 25-11-2014

Pretoria - Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant has approved the new wage structure for the domestic workers’ sector following the upward adjustment of the minimum wage.

GDP grows by 1.4% in third quarter | 25-11-2014

Pretoria – South Africa’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) increased by 1.4% in the third quarter, Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) said on Tuesday.

President Zuma not avoiding Parliament | 25-11-2014

Pretoria - The Presidency has refuted claims that President Jacob Zuma has been avoiding Parliament.

Twin Peaks legislation expected to reach Parly in May | 25-11-2014

Cape Town – A draft bill aimed at reforming South Africa’s financial regulatory system is expected to be tabled in May 2015, the National Treasury said on Tuesday.

Incentives proposed to reward saving taxpayers | 25-11-2014

Cape Town – National Treasury wants people to look into taking up non-retirement savings products as the current household savings study paints a bleak picture of the future.

End the silence, speak out against violence | 25-11-2014

Reiger Park – President Jacob Zuma has encouraged those suffering from abuse and violence to end the silence and speak out.

Visually impaired farmers feed society, create jobs | 25-11-2014

Pretoria – Visually impaired elderly citizens in Ga-Rankuwa, Pretoria North, have dedicated their time to planting vegetables to alleviate poverty and create jobs.

Sapo welcomes end to strike | 25-11-2014

Pretoria - The South African Post Office says it is pleased with the announcement by the Communication Members Union (CWU) that it has suspended its strike over salary increases which has impacted operations.

Housing subsidy programme to help N West communities | 25-11-2014

Pretoria - The North West Department of Local Government and Human Settlements has introduced a Finance Linked Individual Subsidy Progamme (FLISP) to various communities and government employees throughout the province.

Child killers to face the law | 25-11-2014

Pretoria – Gauteng Premier David Makhura has pledged that police will work tirelessly to ensure that justice is served in cases where children are killed.

Eskom records R9.3bn in profit | 25-11-2014

Pretoria - Eskom on Tuesday reported a profit of R9.3 billion for the six months ended on 30 September 2014.

MEC Vadi condemns taxi violence | 25-11-2014

Pretoria - Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Ismail Vadi has condemned the reported taxi violence incidents in Mamelodi and Reiger Park, which have left several taxi association members dead.

Eskom warns of tight power system | 25-11-2014

Pretoria - South Africa’s power system is expected to be tight for the next few days, says Eskom.

Basic Education raises pass mark | 24-11-2014

Pretoria - The Department of Basic Education has raised the pass mark for grades 7, 8 and 9 as part of its efforts of improving the quality of education in the public school system.

President to launch 16 Days of Activism in Reiger Park | 24-11-2014

Pretoria – President Jacob Zuma will on Tuesday officially launch the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children Campaign in Reiger Park, Ekurhuleni.

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