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Mine-owners, workers must work together: Premier | 18-5-2014

Pretoria - Government has urged mine-owners and workers to work together in order to end protracted strike in the platinum belt.

First sitting of Parliament on Wednesday | 18-5-2014

Pretoria - The first sitting of the National Assembly after the May 7 national and provincial elections will take place this Wednesday at 10.30am.

First elephant poached in 10 years | 16-5-2014

Pretoria - The South African National Parks (SANParks) has announced the first confirmed elephant poaching incident in the Kruger National Park (KNP) in well over 10 years.

World Cup warning to young women | 16-5-2014

Pretoria - As the soccer World Cup in Brazil draws closer, Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini has warned young women about being lured into drug trafficking by drug syndicates.

Consultation process of Khoi, San people going well | 16-5-2014

Pretoria - The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform is pleased with progress made toward efforts to allow for descendants of the Khoi and San communities to lodge their land claims.

IEC hands over MPs list | 16-5-2014

Johannesburg - The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has officially handed over the list of designated Members of Parliament to Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng and the Secretary of Parliament.

Removal of adverse consumer credit information explained | 15-5-2014

Pretoria-The National Credit Regulator (NCR) has moved to clarify misconceptions about the removal of Adverse Consumer Credit Information as well as information relating to paid up judgements which came into effect in April.

ICT learning a click away | 15-5-2014

Mogwase – Learners at Temogo Special School in the North West have become the latest group of pupils to get connected to Information and Communication Technology (ICT), which will help to prepare them for life after school.

SA intensifies calls for release of school girls | 15-5-2014

Calls for the release of the more than 200 Nigerian school girls, recently kidnapped by the Islamic militant group Boko-Haram, are intensifying in South Africa.

SARS to publish 2014 tax season notice | 15-5-2014

Pretoria- A public notice will be published in the Government Gazette this Friday - requiring employers to submit their payroll data to the South African Revenue Service (SARS) for the 2014 tax season.

Putting families first | 15-5-2014

Pretoria – As the world celebrates International Day for Families, Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini says South Africans must protect and promote the family unit as a way of fighting the social challenges facing the country.

RABS Bill published for comment | 15-5-2014

Pretoria - The Department of Transport has published a revised version of the Road Accident Benefit Scheme (RABS) Bill and interested persons have 60 days to submit their comments.

Thousands expected at Presidential Inauguration | 15-5-2014

Pretoria - Thousands of people, including former Heads of State and eminent persons, are expected to witness the Presidential Inauguration next Saturday, 24 May, the Inauguration Inter-Ministerial Committee said on Thursday.

SA in constant communication with Nigeria for release of abducted girls | 15-5-2014

Pretoria - The South African government is in constant communication with the Nigerian government, as calls for the release of the abducted girls in Nigeria continue, International Relations and Cooperation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said on Thursday.

Power system “severely constrained” | 15-5-2014

Pretoria - Eskom on Thursday warned of a “severely constrained” power system due to the unavailability of some of its generating units.

N-Cape solar power plant to boost energy supply | 15-5-2014

Pretoria – A new R1.5 billion Solar Power Plant, near Kimberly, is expected to contribute immensely to the country's rising energy demands, says the Department of Science and Technology (DST).

Security cluster ministers challenge Nkandla report in court | 15-5-2014

Pretoria – Ministers in the security cluster will take the Public Protector’s report on the security upgrades installed at the private residence of the President (“the Nkandla report”) on judicial review by the High Court.

Sophia Motlanthe remembered | 15-5-2014

Johannesburg - Masefaku Sophia Motlanthe was remembered for her humanity and love - in a jam-packed, emotional and moving memorial service on Thursday.

Premier condemns torching of Implats cars | 15-5-2014

Pretoria - North West Premier Thandi Modise has condemned the destruction of private and public properties in the Platinum Belt.

Mobile app to help report potholes launched | 15-5-2014

Pretoria - A new Find & Fix mobile application, which was launched on Wednesday, is expected to assist the public to report potholes, faulty traffic signals, storm water drains, manhole covers, and other infrastructure issues related to the Johannesburg Road Agency (JRA).


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