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MEC wants more female pilot | 26-7-2011

East London - The Eastern Cape Transport MEC says young black women should be at the forefront of the aviation industry rather than just settle for being flight attendants.

Calls for govt officials to go green | 26-7-2011

Cape Town - A suggestion has been made for government officials to go through a "mandatory energy efficient education."

Lekgotla to assess progress on job creation, service delivery | 25-7-2011

Pretoria - Cabinet will tomorrow begin its annual mid-year lekgotla to review achievements and identify interventions needed to speed up progress on job creation and service delivery.

Educator suspended for corporal punishment | 25-7-2011

Pretoria - A Gauteng educator, who was caught on camera hitting a learner, has been put on precautionary suspension by the Provincial Education Department.

Gauteng tests 3 million for HIV | 25-7-2011

Pretoria - More than three million people have tested for HIV in Gauteng's health facilities since the launch of HIV Counselling and Testing (HCT) in April 2010.

Mandela legacy brings shelter to NW poor | 25-7-2011

Pretoria - Destitute villagers of Seolong outside Rustenburg in the North West will soon have roofs over their heads, thanks to Madiba's legacy.

Make circumcision safe, says minister | 25-7-2011

Pretoria - Traditional leaders and health professionals have been called on to work better together to ensure safer circumcision of young men in Gauteng.

NW premier adopts children's ward | 25-7-2011

Pretoria - North West Premier Thandi Modise has adopted a children's ward at Mafikeng Provincial Hospital as part of her personal contribution to ease the burden on the shoulders of the hospital staff.

Anti-crime crusade focuses on Limpopo crime hotspots | 24-7-2011

Musina- A two-day anti-crime crusade kicks off in Limpopo on Monday.

Polokwane communities elect their own ward committees | 24-7-2011

Polokwane - Polokwane city is in the process of electing new ward committees to improve communication with its citizens.

Bok Tri-Nations campaign off to a bad start | 24-7-2011

Durban - South Africa's international season got off to a dismal start with Australia handing the world champions a 39-20 defeat in the first Tri-Nations game at the Olympic Stadium in Sydney.

Youth encouraged to act against crime | 24-7-2011

Pretoria - Deputy Minister of Police Maggie Sotyu has encouraged the youth to act against crime and to stay away from drugs and prostitution.

Two police officials linked to ATM bombings | 24-7-2011

Pretoria - Two police officials, believed to be linked to at least 15 gang members responsible for a spate of ATM bombings around the country, have been arrested, bringing the total number of arrests to five.

Plans in place to remove Gauteng medical waste | 24-7-2011

Pretoria - The Gauteng Department of Health has given the public an assurance that it will remove medical waste from provincial hospitals.

"Talk to younger generation": KZN Premier | 24-7-2011

Pretoria - KwaZulu-Natal Premier, Dr Zweli Mkhize, has urged men to talk to the younger generation about teenage pregnancy.

South African Government condemns Norway attacks | 24-7-2011

Pretoria -Government condemned any forms of attacks following two separate attacks in Oslo in Norway on Friday.

SA to shed light on Libya | 22-7-2011

Pretoria - International Relations and Co-operation Minister, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, will this morning respond to reports that there is a South African aircraft waiting at Tripoli's airport to bring Muammar Gaddafi to the country.

Minority parties support Public Protector | 22-7-2011

Pretoria - Minority parties have thrown their weight behind Public Protector Advocate Thuli Madonsela, indicating that they were pleased with the way she has been discharging her constitutional mandate.

Service delivery in the spotlight in Limpopo | 22-7-2011

Polokwane -The state of service delivery in Limpopo's five district municipalities is top of the agenda during the one-day Premier's Inter-Governmental Forum (P-IGR).

Youth get clued up on future of housing | 22-7-2011

Durban - South African youth have been given an opportunity to gain insight into the future of housing and to present their vision to Human Settlements Minister, Tokyo Sexwale, on what they would like to see happen on the South African housing landscape in 19 years' time.


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