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Deputy President David Mabuza says the up and coming jobs summit will ensure that South Africa continues to address the country’s poverty and income inequality.

The National Assembly on Wednesday adopted the long-awaited National Credit Amendment Bill, which aims to address and prevent over-indebtedness of consumers.

Government has pledged its commitment to create an enabling environment where innovation geared at the Fourth Industrial Revolution is supported.

North West Premier Professor Job Mokgoro has invoked Section 10 of the provincial Traditional Leadership and Governance Act to bring stability to Ramokokastad.

The fight against gender-based violence (GBV) requires a multi-pronged approach to ensure that women don’t find themselves with no other choice but to stay in abusive relationships.

Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma will attend the state funeral of the late former United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, on Thursday, in Accra, Ghana.

The weekend rains in the drought-stricken western part of the Eastern Cape has brought relief to Nelson Mandela Bay and Gamtoos Valley, where five citrus towns were fast approaching Day Zero.

President Cyril Ramaphosa says the recent Chinese loans that were given to state-owned entities Eskom and Transnet come with no conditions.

There is no reason to believe any country would impose sanctions against South Africa as it engages in a process to implement land expropriation without compensation.

President Cyril Ramaphosa says lifestyle audits will strengthen the system of financial disclosures by Ministers and civil servants and also contribute greatly in the fight against corruption.

The Limpopo Provincial Government has welcomed the judgment against 13 members of the vigilante group, Boko Haram.

South Africa’s Constitution has once again taken centre stage as the country embarks on a comprehensive land reform programme, says President Cyril Ramaphosa.

In an effort to chart better crime fighting strategies, the Police Ministry will this week hold a two-day National Summit on Crime and Violence Prevention, in Boksburg, Gauteng.

The three firefighters who lost their lives in the fire at the Gauteng Health Department building, in Johannesburg, will be honoured with a memorial service, this morning.

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has appointed an independent team to establish the cause of death of two learners.

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