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Building social security

The Townlands Social Housing Project is a 1 200-unit social housing development that offers low-cost rental accommodation to qualifying residents of Tshwane, who fall in the income band of R1 850 to R22 000 per month.

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President Ramaphosa and President Kagame meet ahead of the Kwibuka 30 Remembrance Ceremony.
SA in Rwanda
Sustainable Infrastructure Development Symposium of South Africa
National Conference on the State of Human Rights
National Conference on the State of Human Rights in South Africa
Home Affairs briefing
Home Affairs briefing
President's spokesperson, Vincent Magweyna briefs media on the President’s diary
Presidential briefing
Post Cabinet briefing
Post Cabinet briefing

Opinion Pieces

X marks the spot


With the clock inching closer to Voting Day when citizens will mark their X next to the name of their preferred candidate in the 2024 general elections, it is important that we all go into the various voting booths across the country armed with all the relevant information to make an informed choice, writes Neo Semono.

SANDF deployment not done without planning


The deployment of a contingent of the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) as part of the SADC Mission to the Democratic Republic of Congo (SAMIDRC) and the subsequent tragic deaths of Captain Simon Mkhulu Bobe and Lance Corporal Irven Thabang Semono have provided plenty of grist to the opinion mill.

Showing up for SA


Even if one does not usually pay attention on a daily basis to the ins and outs of government and the political landscape in the country; the flurry of activities within this domain  over the past few weeks could hardly be missed.

Accessing accurate public information


Through social media apps, websites, and other digital tools, the internet gives us a lot of ways to connect with each other. This makes information easy to find.

Strategic integrated projects


It is often said that water is life, and this is indeed the case as no life can be sustained without water.  However, very few people give a second thought about the infrastructure required to ensure clean, drinkable water.