Pretoria – Government has placed increasing emphasis on economic infrastructure such as power stations since the mid-2000s, says President Jacob Zuma.
Pretoria - Supported by various institutions, civic organizations and the broader public, the democratic South Africa has made inroads in the fight against crime, though crime levels remain high.
Pretoria – Significant advances have been made over the last 20 years to establish a single local government system, from the fragmented, undemocratic, unaccountable and racially divided apartheid system.
Pretoria – The advances made by the country in the treatment of HIV and Aids and TB have resulted in a dramatic improvement in health outcomes, among those, increased life expectancy and reduced infant and child mortality rates.
Pretoria - The 20 Year Review released by President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday indicates that 24 percent of black households are involved in agriculture.
Pretoria – Significant progress has been made since 1994 to ensure equitable access to water, according to the 20 Year Review Report.
Pretoria - Since the first democratic elections in 1994, South Africa has had regular elections every five years.
Pretoria – President Jacob Zuma says South Africa has, compared with many emerging economies, a good story to tell, based on its achievements over the past 20 years of democracy.
Pretoria – President Jacob Zuma says about nine million children are benefitting from the school feeding scheme, ensuring that they no longer have to study on empty stomachs.
Pretoria - The National Disaster Management Centre (NDMC) has advised provincial and municipal centres in areas affected by the recent floods to begin the necessary response preparedness.
Pretoria – President Jacob Zuma says the number of people in employment grew by approximately 60 percent between 1994 and 2013, thanks to the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP), among other things.
Every year on 21 March, Human Rights Day is commemorated to remind citizens about the sacrifices that accompanied the struggle for the attainment of our democracy.
Pretoria – The representation and participation of people with disabilities across government demonstrates the changes in attitudes within the most important offices of the country, the 20 Year Review: South Africa 1994 – 2014 says.
Pretoria - President Jacob Zuma says the systematic dispossession of land under colonialism and apartheid has left South Africa with a highly skewed racial distribution in land ownership and agricultural production.
Johannesburg - Eskom CEO Brian Dames has warned that the country’s power supply remains tight.
Pretoria - In just 20 years, South Africa has managed to reset and reconstruct its relations with the international community following 400 years of exclusion during colonialism and apartheid.
When Samuel Kubayi arrived in Johannesburg in 1996 from the Eastern Cape, his goal was to find a job in the City of Gold and build a proper home for his family. Struggling to raise enough money to build a house, he ended up renting a backroom at a friend’s house in Protea South, Soweto. This would be his home for more than 15 years.
Pretoria – President Jacob Zuma says the growing South African economy and rising standards of living have resulted in increased demand for electricity infrastructure.
Pretoria - Since 1994, the headcount enrolments at the country’s universities have approximately doubled to almost one million students.
Pretoria - South Africa’s growing economy and rising standards of living have resulted in increased demand for road, rail, port, water, electricity and telecommunications infrastructure.