South Africa

The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) has announced that more than 900 jobs will be created through the Coega Aquaculture Development Zone (ADZ).

Public Service and Administration Minister Senzo Mchunu has called on the National School of Government (NSG) to enhance its role in assisting government to promote ethics, productivity and innovation in the public service.

President Cyril Ramaphosa will later today respond to a debate by a hybrid Joint Sitting of Parliament on the South African Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan.

Almost 60% of households in Gauteng spent more than the policy maximum target of 10% of their income on public transport in 2019/20, up from 55% in 2014.

Thirty-one students from Fort Hare University’s East London campus have tested positive for COVID-19, following a night out partying.

The 200 year-old SA Astronomical Observatory has been unveiled as a national heritage site.

After what felt like a lifetime in incarceration, global skies have opened up for domestic and international travel for those suffering from bouts of itchy feet.

Gauteng Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation MEC, Mbali Hlophe, has held an urgent virtual meeting with stakeholders in the arts fraternity following grievances and concerns over the implementation of government’s relief fund.

Eskom is set to resume work to complete construction of the final leg of the approximately 123-km of transmission power line in KwaZulu-Natal.

The South African National Editors’ Forum (SANEF) on Wednesday joined media houses and advocacy groups around the country in commemorating Black Wednesday.

Fronting -- the misrepresentation of black economic empowerment status and the falsification of certificates -- will come to the fore at the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Commission webinar today.

South Africa recorded 61 more COVID-19 related deaths on Monday, bringing the death toll to 18 492.

Nandi Mkwanazi’s green fingers trace their roots to her beloved grandmother’s passion for gardening.

As South Africa commemorates Media Freedom Day, government has thanked all frontline journalists who have been working diligently to inform the nation about COVID-19.

A Setlagole Municipality Manager has been arrested for allegedly failing to follow tender processes in a procurement worth R5.8 million.

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