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Govt committed to protecting clothing, textile sector | 01-9-2014

Pretoria - Government is committed to protecting the country’s clothing and textile sector which has shown growth in recent years, says the Department of Trade and Industry (dti).

SAPS warn of fake employment opportunities | 01-9-2014

Pretoria - The South African Police Service (SAPS) has warned the public about misleading advertisements regarding the recruitment of new constables.

SA, New Zealand to share food safety systems | 31-8-2014

Pretoria – The governments of South Africa and New Zealand will join forces, this week, to share their expertise on food safety systems for export with the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) counterparts.

Call for public servants to roll up sleeves, serve | 31-8-2014

Johannesburg - South Africa’s public servants have been encouraged to roll up their sleeves and ensure that delivery systems and infrastructure is working to the benefit of all citizens.

Mothotlung residents safe from spilling sewerage | 31-8-2014

Pretoria - The overflowing sewerage that has been spilling into the houses of the residents of Mothotlung, in Madibeng Local Municipality, will be something of the past.

Pres Zuma orders ambassadors to market SA | 31-8-2014

Pretoria - President Jacob Zuma has told South African ambassadors and high commissioners stationed abroad to continue telling the country’s good story of success, while marketing the country’s goods and services.

AG to probe corruption allegations in Bekkersdal | 31-8-2014

Pretoria - The Auditor-General’s (AG) office will on Monday commence with its work to investigate allegations of corruption and maladministration at the Westonaria Local Municipality.

Dti opens doors for small businesses in Mozambique | 31-8-2014

Pretoria - Gauteng-based jewellery-maker, Khomotso Maimela of KJ Creations, is confident of finding a market for her range of jewellery products.

Women in leadership urged to uplift others | 31-8-2014

Pretoria - A Tshwane businesswoman has challenged women in leadership positions to act as a channel of uplifting other women who are less fortunate by creating opportunities for employment.

Communications Minister honoured | 31-8-2014

Thohoyandou – Communications Minister Faith Muthambi was honoured for her leadership role in government, politics and within the Black Management Forum (BMF).

SA condemns military take-over in Lesotho | 31-8-2014

Pretoria - The Department of International Relations and Cooperation has warned the military in Lesotho that South Africa, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) nor the African Union (AU) will tolerate the unconstitutional take-over of their neighbouring mountain kingdom.

First Urban Mall Thusong Service Centre to open | 31-8-2014

Johannesburg - As part of Public Service Month, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will this morning launch the Maponya Thusong Service Centre at the Maponya Mall, in Soweto.

Minister Shabangu demands apology from eNCA | 31-8-2014

Pretoria - Minister in the Presidency responsible for Women, Susan Shabangu, has demanded an apology from the broadcaster, eNews (eNCA), for reporting that she said Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is a “liar”.

Government brings water to Jozini community | 31-8-2014

Pretoria - The right to water is now a reality for the community of Jozini Local Municipality, in KwaZulu-Natal.

Commission to speed up KZN's infrastructure backlog | 31-8-2014

Pretoria – KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu says the Infrastructure Co-ordinating Commission, established by the province, will help speed up the delivery of basic services such as houses and the eradication of the bucket toilet system.

Traditional leaders call for ICT in rural areas | 30-8-2014

East London – Traditional leaders in the Eastern Cape have called for more investment in ICT in rural areas, to help speed up the spread of knowledge about technology in the remote parts of the country.

SANDF studying court ruling on soldiers | 29-8-2014

Pretoria – The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) says it is studying the judgement ruling that all those soldiers who were placed on special leave for taking part in a march to the Union Buildings in August 2009 be reinstated.

No cases of Ebola in SA, SADC | 29-8-2014

Pretoria – Government has reported that no new cases of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) have been reported or confirmed in South Africa or in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) region.

Home Affairs studying judgement on Lindela | 29-8-2014

Pretoria - The Department of Home Affairs says it is studying the South Gauteng High Court judgement on the detention of illegal foreigners at the Lindela Deportation Facility.

Ekurhuleni responds to residents protest | 29-8-2014

Pretoria - Ekurhuleni MMC for Health and Social Development, Makhosazana Maluleka, has on behalf of the metropolitan municipality received a memorandum of demands from Tembisa residents who embarked on a protest on Friday.


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