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South Africa South Africa: SA and DRC take Stock of Decade of Cooperation
The first decade of the South Africa-Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Bi-National Commission (BNC) was largely consumed by efforts of assisting the DRC in areas of institutional capacity building, says President Jacob Zuma. “This included the training of the DRC national army, police, diplomats; providing technical electoral support; as well as conducting the important public service census,” President Zuma said on Sunday. He was speaking in Pretoria during the 10th session of the South Afri ...
South Africa South Africa: North West Sees Development with Revised Mining Charter
The North West Provincial Government has welcomed the newly revised Mining Charter, saying it will improve the lives of ordinary people living in impoverished villages, townships and small towns. North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo said the charter will benefit the communities who live in mining towns in the province.
South Africa South Africa: More Resources to Fight Crime in Lusikisiki
As the community of Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape battles the scourge of crime, Police Minister Fikile Mbalula vowed on Saturday to do everything in his power to root out criminals from the town. He announced that the new police station, which will be operational from August in Lusikisiki, will be allocated more resources including vehicles and horses, and all the units in the South African Police Service (SAPS) will be present at the police station. The Minister said this during a Siyahlola ...
South Africa South Africa: Operation Phakisa Helps Mussel Farm to Break Out of its Shell
Not long ago, the African Olive Trading mussel farm in Saldanha Bay in the Western Cape struggled to compete with big players. It could only deploy a handful of rafts to farm mussels in a five-hectare sea space, and was struggling to access bigger markets to sell its mussels. But assistance from government, as part of Operation Phakisa: Oceans Economy, has seen the mussel farm break out of its shell to enter the agro-processing space and is now supplying mussels to a wholesaler. On Friday, ...
South Africa South Africa: SA Committed to Sustainable Development
Environmental Affairs Minister Dr Edna Molewa says South Africa’s programmes, particularly the National Development Plan: Vision 2030, demonstrates the country’s commitment to sustainable and climate smart development. “South Africa’s short, medium and long-term vision is to contribute towards an environmentally sustainable, climate change resilient, low carbon economy and just society,” Minister Molewa said at the recent third BRICS meeting of Ministers of Environment in Tianjin, China. The ...
South Africa South Africa: Arts Department Resolving Challenges in Major Projects
The Department of Arts and Culture says it is dealing with the infrastructure challenges confronting its National Legacy Projects, including the Winnie Mandela House and KwaZulu-Natal Enyokeni Cultural Precinct. “Presently, the work on some of the projects had to be halted, pending the resolution of construction-related disagreements. The recovery plan to complete these projects is being consulted upon by the parties involved,” the department said in a statement. The department will engage the ...
United States Trump Healthcare Plan Could Pass Senate, But Path "Very Narrow"
U.S. President Donald Trump's healthcare reform could pass the Senate, but it will be close, and the Republican lawmakers cannot afford to lose many votes if the party wants to pass this controversial bill, experts said.
United States Trump Signs New Law to Protect Whistleblowers at Department of Veteran Affairs
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday signed a new legislation aimed at protecting whistleblowers and facilitating easier firing of employees at the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA).
United States U.S.: Supreme Court Rules on Civil Service Law
The Supreme Court on Friday ruled against the government and in favor of a former Census Bureau employee, finding certain federal workers who appeal adverse actions on the basis of both civil service and antidiscrimination violations should file their cases in district court.
United States U.S.: Managing Change in Government IT Organizations
Public employees are often resistant to technological change. In some cases, it's their employers' fault.
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