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South Africa South Africa: Government on Track to Maintain Fiscal Framework
Government remains on track in maintaining its fiscal framework, ensuring policy certainty, and working to ensure inclusive growth and economic transformation, Cabinet said on Thursday. “Cabinet expressed confidence in its systematic interventions to address the country’s economic challenges as well as work undertaken to strengthen the performance of state owned companies (SOCs). Government remains on track in maintaining its fiscal framework, ensuring policy certainty, and working to ensure in ...
South Africa South Africa: Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa: Agrarian Reform Key to Inclusive Economic Growth
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says concerted action must be taken to speed up reforms in the agriculture sector so that more marginalised people can be brought into the mainstream economy. “It is productivity growth in agriculture that provides the food supply to meet the demands of urban growth and transformation, and releases labour to other sectors of the economy such as manufacturing and services. “Inclusive rural transformation is, in turn, influenced and shaped by the growth and div ...
South Africa South Africa: President Zuma to Host DRC President
President Jacob Zuma will on Sunday host the President of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Joseph Kabila Kabange, in Pretoria. President Kabila will be on an official visit to South Africa, where he will attend the 10th session of the South Africa-Democratic Republic of Congo Bi-National Commission (BNC).
South Africa South Africa: Feature: Young Township Entrepreneur Beats the Odds
He was among the winners at the National Youth Awards and this past Friday, he was a special guest of President Jacob Zuma at the National Youth Day celebrations held in the North West province. Young entrepreneur Bulelani Balabala’s career looks bright. Despite dropping out of school after Grade 9 when his mother was retrenched, Balabala never let the circumstances destroy him. He now runs an award-winning Printing and Branding Agency in Tembisa. The month of June is declared Youth Month thr ...
South Africa South Africa: Government to Transform Agricultural Sector
Government is looking into transforming the agricultural sector so that it allows the entry of black people to participate meaningfully in the economy and the food production value chain. The agriculture sector has been identified as a key platform for both transformation and growth and job creation which could create one million jobs by 2030. “Let me emphasise that that such transformation does not mean destroying what we have and what works. It also does not mean that we want to destroy com ...
South Africa South Africa: SADC Needs a Strong Free Trade Area to Industrialise
Regional industrialisation requires a strong Southern African Development Community (SADC) Free Trade Area (FTA), says the Department of International Relations and Cooperation. Addressing the SADC Industrialisation Week currently taking place at the Focus Rooms in Sunninghill, Johannesburg, Director-General of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco), Kgabo Mahoai, said the FTA will facilitate increased export diversification, greater competitiveness, more inclusive gr ...
Tanzania Tanzania: Government to Embark on Amending Mining, Gas and Tax Laws
The special team formed by the President of the United Republic of Tanzania Dkt. John Magufuli is down to business as it started, as of yesterday, discussions with officials from Barrick Gold, the parent company of Acacia Mining, on its operations in Tanzania as the government seeks to reap its fair share of proceeds from the lucrative mining industry. It comes after two presidential committees exposed anomalies in declarations of the quantity and value of copper concentrates produced by the c ...
United States USDA to Provide Millions in Loans to Provide Rural Broadband
USDA plans to make at least $60 million in loans available to fund infrastructure and equipment to deliver broadband, distance learning and telemedicine services in rural areas.
United States U.S. Digital Service Is Three Years Old
The tech troubleshooting team that emerged out of the ad hoc group that helped rescue Healthcare.gov has turned three.
Global Mexican Operators Back Zero Interconnection Rate
A total of 21 Mexican operators have joined forces to back the zero interconnection rate rule on grounds that it has resulted in lower tariffs and allowed them to invest in improving infrastructure, reports El Economista.
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