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South Africa South Africa: Africa’s Liberation History to be Documented
We are a force. That’s the declaration the late African National Congress leader, Oliver Tambo, made on 2 May 1984 while delivering a speech in Mazimbu, Tanzania. The longest serving ANC President, whose contribution to South Africa’s liberation is being celebrated throughout the country this year, spent considerable time in Tanzania lobbying the world in the fight against apartheid South Africa. It’s difficult to talk about South Africa’s struggle for liberation without mentioning the role pl ...
South Africa South Africa: African Delegation Visit City Sanitation Projects
An African Water Association (AFWA) delegation conducted site visits of various water and sanitation projects in eThekwini during a two-day learning exchange programme aimed at reinforcing African sanitation operator’s partnership and sharing best practices of waste water and sanitation management. During the two-day learning exchange which began with a seminar at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on 30 October and was followed by a tour of four water and sanitation projects in both urban and rural a ...
South Africa South Africa: AFUS Shine the Light on Implementation of Safer Cities Approach
The Second day of the Africa Forum for Urban Safety Learning Exchange Conference continued with Day one’s momentum, shinning the light on the outcomes of the implementation of the Safer Cities Approach since its inception of the Safer Cities Network 20 years ago. The Safer Cities Programme in South Africa commenced in 1996, Johannesburg and a second pilot in Durban in 1998. The City Safety plans adopted by these two cities have provided differentiated institutional outcomes. The delegate ...
South Africa South Africa: Basic Education Laws Amendment Bill Published for Comment
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga will today publish the Draft Basic Education Laws Amendment Bill in the Government Gazette, for public comment. Minister Motshekga has invited all interested persons and organisations to submit their comments on the Bill by 10 November 2017. During the process of developing the draft Bill, all the provincial education departments were consulted and it was presented to the Heads of Education Departments Committee and the Council of Education Ministers.
South Africa South Africa: Brand SA Achieves Second Consecutive Clean Audit
Brand South Africa Chief Executive Officer Dr Kingsley Makhubela and his team have been congratulated by Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Communications on the performance of the organisation in 2016/17. “This success comes as a result of the commitment and dedication of the collaborative efforts between government, business, civil society and the broader South African public. In reality, Brand South Africa belongs to all citizens of South Africa. They are the true custodians of the nation b ...
South Africa South Africa: Cabinet Commends Limpopo Infrastructure Development
Cabinet has applauded the massive boost in government’s infrastructure development with the official handover of three bridges in Botlokwa in Limpopo by President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday. The opening of the bridges has brought some relief to the locals, as they will now be able to cross the busy N1 with ease.
South Africa South Africa: City Celebrates Global Hand-Washing Day
The City of Cape Town’s Environmental Health Department encourages residents to help spread the message of hand-washing ahead of Global Handwashing Day tomorrow. Tomorrow, 15 October 2017, marks Global Handwashing Day which seeks to increase awareness and understanding about the importance of hand-washing to prevent the spread of diseases, especially in a water-stressed environment. The theme this year is ‘Our Hands, Our Future’ and focuses on how attitudes to health today can impact on futur ...
South Africa South Africa: City of Cape Town on Sugar-Coat National Nutrition Week
During National Nutrition Week, from 9 to 15 October 2017, the City of Cape Town’s Health Department is encouraging residents to spare the sugar and spoil themselves with more nutritional meals and drinks. National Nutrition Week, from 9 to 15 October 2017, highlights malnutrition and encourages residents to make better food and lifestyle choices to lower their risk of developing chronic disease such as diabetes and high blood pressure. ‘Nutrition is not just about the type and amount of food ...
South Africa South Africa: City Moves to Put Early Childhood Development Centres at the Top of the Class
The City’s investment in Early Childhood Development Centres includes training and education, equipment handovers, and the construction of another ECD Centre. The City of Cape Town continues to build on its support of the Early Childhood Development sector, with a number of initiatives in the offing and others already well under way. Since July, the Social Development and Early Childhood Development Department has facilitated the handover of fire safety equipment, first-aid kits, and learning ...
South Africa South Africa: City Officially Opens Delft Early Childhood Development Centre
The City’s Delft ECD facility, built at a cost of just over R12,5 million, can accommodate 196 children and boasts a number of environmentally friendly features. It was officially opened today, 30 October 2017. The City of Cape Town’s latest Early Childhood Development Centre (ECD) is officially open for business. The ECD in Delft was first conceptualised in 2014. It is the first facility in the Social Development and Early Childhood Development Department’s ECD portfolio that is constructed ...
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