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Overcrowding and long queuesare a common occurrence at public clinics, and in some instances patients are forced to go home without receiving the help they need.

A new police station that has been built in Tembisa is making the township’s residents feel safe and secure. It has also made the officers who work tirelessly to fight crime there accessible to the community, writes Nosihle Shelembe.

The Play Your Part campaign is a call to every South African to do what they do excellently and with diligence in order to help the country move closer to being a brand that attracts investment, according to Wendy Tlou, Chief Marketing Officer at Brand South Africa. Tlou has the job of marketing South Africa to a global community - and selling the country to its own people.

We often hear the term active citizenship and see it used in relation to our contribution to the growth and development of South Africa.

They usually say wealth tends to create more wealth and that to succeed quicker in business, one has to come from a well off family or financial background. But a young entrepreneurs from Phalaborwa, a small town in Limpopo, has proven that having a rich background is not the only way to the top.

Who can forget the year 2008, when parts of South Africa were thrown into darkness on a daily basis as a result of load-shedding? Those were the tough times for the country.

The year 2005 saw the beginning of government’s new thinking around housing development, a period where a ground-breaking approach of Integrated Human Settlements was adopted.

September is tourism month in South Africa and the continuous increase in the number of tourists visiting our country remains one of the biggest success stories of the past 20 years.

Mention the word nuclear and most of us think of the Fukushima or Chernobyl disasters. But, a young South African woman has made a career out of one of the most feared and misunderstood sectors.

Listed among South Africa’s youngest Members of Parliament at age 25 in 2009, Mduduzi Manana is passionate about changing the lives of young people.

The news that Cabinet has approved the tabling to Parliament of the Expropriation Bill 2014, has set off a flurry of discussion. This is a natural reaction in South Africa where the question of land still looms large in the hearts and minds of most people.

From an early age, Kenosi Setlhako Machepa was already making her voice heard, thrusting her ideas and views forward in her school debating team. Engaging in strong debates and arguments with senior learners excited and intrigued her.

Democracy is a much yearned for and sought after system of governance. As a system where the popular will of the people is superior to the will of individuals, democracy represents the Elysium of multitudes of people around the world. Democracy and its actors are seen to bring policies and frameworks that will safeguard a well-run, productive, efficient and competitive state.

At only 34 in 2011, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams became the youngest Deputy Minister in President Jacob Zuma’s executive.

Small Business Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu says she is ready to become the voice of small business in South Africa.

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