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SA pulls out red carpet for BRICS

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South Africa will put its best foot forward at the upcoming 15th BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) Summit to be held in Johannesburg.

Call to support women

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Former Deputy President, Dr Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, is convinced that there’s a special place in hell for women who do not support other women.

It is all systems go for the start of the 15th BRICS Summit

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It is Women’s Month and Government is delighted to be hosting an important group of leading emerging markets and developing countries, namely Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa for the 15th edition of the BRICS Summit. Together BRICS has around 42% of the world's population, 27% of global GDP and around 20% of international trade.

Victory over matter

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Women’s Month got off to a thrilling start - thanks to the endeavours of South African women on the sporting terrain demonstrating that women can do anything they set their minds to.

AARTO Act expected to improve driver behaviour

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The Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) Act is expected to play a role in changing the behaviour of South Africa’s road users for the better.

Concerted effort required to tackle construction mafias

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Ending the intricate web of construction site disruptions which threatens lives and thwarts government’s mission of turning the country into a giant construction site that creates jobs and grows the economy, requires a concerted effort from all.

Government prepares to implement AARTO Act

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Motorists can expect the full implementation of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) Act - which seeks to reduce the high rate of fatalities on the roads and improve driver behavior - on 1 July 2024 nationwide.

Requirements for solar panel incentive explained

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National Treasury has outlined the basic characteristics and requirements for the solar panel incentive, which is meant to help individuals in their immediate decision making regarding any solar installation.

Overcoming stigma

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Throughout history, subsequent generations of young people have experienced a myriad of challenges - perhaps partly shaped by the dynamically evolving surroundings they find themselves in.

Don't let financial stress get the better of you

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Battling to make ends meet, families are forced to stretch every cent amid constant interest rate hikes and skyrocketing food prices, while many consumers are deep in debt.

Department bursary helps Masters graduate achieve his goals

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A 29-year-old Chemistry Masters graduate and former bursary holder from the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS), has taken it upon himself to become a torchbearer for young professionals who want to join the sector to help convene lasting solutions to the country’s water challenges.

Saluting excellence

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Helping one another in a time of crisis is perhaps one of the world’s most widely understood languages.

Broadening access to justice

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The recent revision of Legal Aid South Africa’s Means Test is expected to widen access to legal assistance for many.

Working for water

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Ongoing work in South Africa’s water industry is expected to not only ensure the provision of the precious commodity, but also to respond to challenges.