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The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has confirmed and welcomed the arrest of three employees following allegations of fraud relating to student allowances.

In a bid to find energy solutions for the future, Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe has called on participants at the 2019 Windaba Conference to find secure, reliable, cost-effective and clean energy supply to grow the economy.

Russian President Vladimir Putin says the upcoming Russia-Africa Economic Forum provides fertile ground for participants to strengthen economic ties across nations.

Government has emphasised its commitment to protecting the rights of foreign nationals residing in South Africa.

With temperatures beginning to soar, the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has warned that water restrictions will remain in place in several of the country’s provinces.

The Department of Employment and Labour has welcomed Tuesday’s Labour Court judgement reconfirming the Constitutionality and legality of affirmative action and the law.

Chief Executive Officers in the telecommunications industry have made a commitment to work with government to roll out fibre in rural communities and connect communities to the internet grid.

The Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Basic Education, Bongiwe Mbinqo-Gigaba, has urged the relevant authorities to ensure that trauma counselling services are provided to learners and staff following the death of a learner in Sebokeng.

The stakes are high ahead of the second instalment of the South Africa Investment Conference, with South Africa hoping to mobilise for more investment towards its target of R1.2 trillion in new investments, over the next five years.

An elderly Dinah Modisane could hardly contain her excitement and shed tears of joy after receiving her long-awaited title deed for her home in Atamelang Township.

Air Chefs, a catering subsidiary of South African Airways (SAA), on Monday successfully interdicted industrial action by its staff.

Public Service and Administration Minister Senzo Mchunu says government employees should meet people’s needs without fail.

A South African delegation to the Nordic Africa Business (NABA) Summit has met various key partners in government and business in a bid to mobilise investment into South Africa.

The Presidential Working Committee on the Jobs Summit has noted substantial progress in interventions that will improve the country’s economic stance and create much needed jobs.

An initiative by the Mpumalanga provincial government to empower small businesses in the construction sector will see Shamila Trading Enterprises build Rolle village in Bushbuckridge one brick at a time.

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