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South Africa South Africa: 5 000 Houses for Military Veterans by 2017
The Department of Human Settlements says it will built over 5 000 houses for military veterans in less than three years in all nine provinces to cater for all military veterans identified to have a need for housing. The department on Sunday said it will kick start this through a national campaign while celebrating the Habitat Day through the 2014 annual Human Settlements Media Build The Department of Human Settlements says it will built over 5 000 houses for military veterans in less than thre ...
South Africa South Africa: 20-Year Youth Employment Review Released
Statistician-General Pali Lehohla says while the number of black youth in employment has grown over the last 20 years, the acquisition of skills has not grown at the same rate within this group. Lehohla was presenting a 20-year review on employment dynamics among the youth of the country by population group, from 1994, to date. He said the total workforce amongst black people almost doubled from 1994 to 2014, having increased by 95%. Lehohla revealed that employment amongst black people gr ...
South Africa South Africa: African Infrastructure Development Gains Momentum
Infrastructure development on the continent has gained momentum, with a special office to be set up soon, to champion this cause. Cabinet on Thursday announced that it has approved the establishment of the Project Management Office for the African Union Presidential Infrastructure Championing Initiative, which is led by President Jacob Zuma. This is an African-driven infrastructure programme, which is meant to champion cross-border infrastructure projects.
South Africa South Africa: Arts and Culture Celebrates International Translation Day
The Department of Arts and Culture is on Friday hosting an event to celebrate International Translation Day. “South African translators will celebrate International Translation Day to acknowledge translation as a vehicle for social nation building and cohesion, and to create awareness among citizens of language rights as part of their broader democratic rights,” said the Department of Arts and Culture.
South Africa South Africa: Big Walk to Healthy Lifestyle
Sports and Recreation Minister Fikile Mbalula says he is happy that more elderly citizens participated in the Big Walk this year to mitigate the increase of undesirable diseases. “It is really good to see our elderly citizens participating in this event… such activities can help them keep healthy,” said Minister Mbalula. Minister Mbalula was speaking to SAnews on Sunday, during the Big Walk recreational event held by the Department of Sports and Recreation South Africa (SRSA) in Pretoria.
South Africa South Africa: Burns Unit to Open at Dr George Mukhari
Residents living in the north of Pretoria will be able to make use of a specialised burns unit at the Dr George Mukhari Academic Hospital, in GaRankuwa, by the end of the year. The new unit is expected to be operational by the end of November, according to acting hospital CEO, Dr Freddy Kgongwana. Speaking during an unannounced inspection by Gauteng Infrastructure Development MEC Nandi Mayathula-Khoza on Monday, the acting CEO said the unit will specialise in treating patients with burn wo ...
South Africa South Africa: Re-inventing the Way Public Servants Work-putting People First
Gauteng partners with the Department and Administration to change the face of public service in the province. The Department of Public Service and Administration in partnership with the Gauteng Provincial Government went on a drive to improve service delivery in Mohlakeng, Randfontein on Friday. The public service delivery drive held under the theme-reinventing the way public servants work, putting people first aims to assess and to recognise the quality of public service that public serva ...
Tunisia Tunisia Leads Africa for 'e-Governance'
Tunisia won the United Nations E-Government Survey Special Award for 2014, TAP reported on Monday (October 20th).
Tunisia Tunisia: UN e-Government prize, First Country in Africa
Tunisia has won the United Nation's prize for the best administrative e-services in 2014.
Tunisia UN Awards Tunisia First in Africa for e-Governance
The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) has named Tunisia as the recipient of its award for best services in e-administration, making it the number one in Africa. The UN’s E-Government award recognizes innovation and excellence in online government services and e-content delivery.
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