South Africa

International Relations and Cooperation Deputy Minister Luwellyn Landers is expected to participate in the Second High-level United Nations Conference on South-South cooperation (BAPA+40) in Buenos Aires, in Argentina, later this week.

To improve public servants’ capabilities and strengthen service delivery, government is introducing compulsory courses that will cover ethics and anti-corruption, senior management and supply chain management.

In a bid to achieve five percent growth in the economy, the Public-Private Growth Initiative (PPGI) has set its sights on implementing priority projects that will unclog the path to economic growth.

Given the right platform and support, South African small, medium and micro enterprises can succeed in the Italian market.

Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Minister, Senzeni Zokwana will on Tuesday launch the Small-Scale Fisheries Sector in KwaZulu-Natal which will see a total of 2 184 fishers in the province being declared as small-scale fishers in terms of the Marine Living Resources Act.

The Department of Trade and Industry’s (dti) Workplace Challenge’s progamme celebrations will today draw to a close in the Northern Cape.

South Africa should consider all energy sources available in its future energy plans, says Energy Minister Jeff Radebe.

Due to a shortage in capacity, Eskom will this morning implement Stage 4 load shedding.

International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has urged South Africans to make donations for flood relief in neighbouring countries battered by Tropical Cyclone Idai.

The Public-Private Growth Initiative (PPGI) is expected to brief the nation on measures to place the South African economy on a higher growth trajectory.

Eskom is today implementing Stage 4 load shedding as it continues efforts to scale up its water reserves.

Luvo Makasi has been removed as a Director and Chairperson of the board of the Central Energy Fund (CEF).

The handover of land back to its rightful owners is the first step in correcting the wrongs of the past, says Deputy President David Mabuza.

Secretary General of the Pan African Women’s Organisation (PAWO) and South Africa’s Deputy Minister of Communications Pinky Kekana has welcomed the African Union’s (AU) Gender Equality and Women Empowerment Strategy 2018- 2028.

South Africa and Vietnam have agreed that, while cordial relations remain between the two countries, more needs to be done to expand trade opportunities.

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