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The Department of Labour is today set to unveil training programmes, to the value of R22 million, aimed at creating jobs in the aviation, maritime commercial diving and agricultural sectors.

Equipping children with digital literacy and digital skills is an act of great patriotism, says Deputy Minister for Communications Pinky Kekana.

BRICS Communications and ICT Ministers have agreed to help promote the cooperation of Small, Micro, Medium Enterprises (SMMEs) from BRICS member countries.

A delegation from KwaZulu-Natal will on Monday embark on a trade and investment mission to key cities in China as part of the province’s strategy to woo investors and showcase what the province has on offer.

President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on leaders in government as well as the private sector to fight corruption and put the needs of South Africans first.

Social Development Minister Susan Shabangu has called on delegates at the National Summit on Crime and Violence Prevention to deliberate on how to curb the rising reports of child murders and abductions.

Government launched the Mandela Mining Precinct on Friday to support local innovation to provide technological solutions to the challenges faced by the mining industry in South Africa.

Government will engage communities on how to improve the public service as part of the fifth annual Thusong Service Centre Week.

The partners of the National Economic, Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) have committed themselves to find solutions for South Africa’s economic, labour and development challenges.

Three men have been arrested for the illegal possession and sale of elephant ivory in Midrand.

The African Union will at the 73rd United Nations General Assembly call for the continent to be allocated two permanent seats on the UN Security Council (UNSC), President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Friday.

South Africans are invited to view the great sunrises over the biggest inland water mass in the country, the Gariep Dam, during September, writes Marcus Monyakeni.

The driver of a truck that was transporting 87 illegal immigrants intercepted at the Polokwane control centre on Wednesday, is expected to appear before the Polokwane High Court on Monday.

South Africa and Palestine have signed a landmark tourism cooperation agreement between the two countries at Constitutional Hill in Johannesburg.

Intra-African trade remains as a priority for the South African government, Director General of the Department of Trade and Industry (dti), Lionel October, said on Thursday.

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