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Leaked spy docs put SA's security in jeopardy: Cabinet | 05-3-2015

Pretoria - Cabinet has condemned the recent leak of South African security documents, saying it undermines the country's security and diplomatic relations.

SA Post Office activates contingency plan | 05-3-2015

Pretoria - The South African Post Office has put in place contingency measures to ensure that operations continue unhindered following a 48-hour notice by the Communication Workers Union (CWU) to go on strike today.

Brave, dedicated fire fighters commended by Cabinet | 05-3-2015

Pretoria – Cabinet has commended the bravery, commitment, dedication and hard work of the men and women who have been working tirelessly to contain the devastating fires in Cape Town’s South Peninsula since Sunday.

Bills approved to amend Children's Act | 05-3-2015

Pretoria - Cabinet has approved the submission of two Bills which amend the Children’s Act, 2005, to Parliament, says Minister responsible for Performance, Monitoring and Evaluation in the Presidency, Jeff Radebe.

Government to announce date for digital migration soon | 05-3-2015

Pretoria - Communications Minister Faith Muthambi will soon announce the date for the migration of broadcasting services from analogue to digital.

South Africans called to work with govt to stimulate growth | 05-3-2015

Pretoria – Cabinet has encouraged South Africans to work together with government to counteract the current economic conditions to stimulate further economic growth.

Grand agriculture plan gets Cabinet's nod | 05-3-2015

Pretoria - Cabinet has approved the five-year Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Strategic Framework and Agricultural Policy Action Plan, Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe, said on Thursday.

Entries called for furniture design competition | 05-3-2015

Pretoria - Final year design students and established designers across South Africa have been called to enter for the National Furniture Design Competition.

Cabinet pleased by repatriation processes | 05-3-2015

Pretoria – Cabinet says it is pleased about concluding the final phase of the repatriation of all mortal remains of South Africans from Nigeria, as well as those of struggle heroes from Russia.

Public to comment on temporary cut to UIF contribution | 05-3-2015

Pretoria - The public is being asked to comment on a proposal for a temporary reduction in employers and employees’ contributions to the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) while keeping benefits unchanged, said the Ministry of Finance.

Labour laws road shows draw to an end | 05-3-2015

Pretoria - The month-long labour laws road shows, which drew thousands of stakeholders from government, business and organised labour across the country, will end tomorrow.

HR council to boost Limpopo’s skills development | 05-3-2015

Pretoria - The provincial government of Limpopo will this morning unveil the Limpopo Human Resource Development Council (LHRDC) in Polokwane.

Commonwealth Games can potentially boost SA's economy | 05-3-2015

Pretoria - The hosting of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Durban can potentially create 11 650 jobs and further boost the country’s economy by an estimated R20 billion.

Possible breakthrough in S Sudan peace talks: Deputy Pres | 05-3-2015

Cape Town – Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says progress has been made in the South Sudan peace talks that South Africa was part of and that there could be a possible breakthrough soon.

Traditional leaders advised to work together in land claims | 05-3-2015

Cape Town – President Jacob Zuma has called on traditional leaders to organise themselves and work together to claim land that was taken from their forefathers.

President reaches out to communities | 05-3-2015

Cape Town – From taking questions on rural development and education to explaining the model of Operation Phakisa, President Jacob Zuma took some time out of his busy schedule to take calls from the listeners of community radio stations across South Africa on Wednesday night.

Generation 2020 moving our South Africa forward | 05-3-2015

This year our democracy is turning twenty-one. In many of our cultures, the age of 16 and 21 are synonymous with the coming of age.

2000 fire fighters fighting Cape Town fires | 05-3-2015

Pretoria – A total of 2 000 fire fighters have been working tirelessly to put out the fires that have engulfed parts of the Cape Town, South Peninsula, for the past four days, the Department of Environmental Affairs said.

Gauteng taxi industry agrees end violence | 05-3-2015

Pretoria - Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Ismail Vadi, has brokered a peace deal with rival associations to stop taxi violence incidents in Reiger Park, Vosloorus and Boksburg.

SA women have a good story to tell | 05-3-2015

Since 1994, South Africa has seen a number of women taking up leadership positions in areas previously dominated by men. And as Gabi Khumalo observes, one of the success stories of our democracy is the representation of women in political decision-making positions.


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