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United States U.S.: Nextgov Goes in Depth - The 10 Best ‘Longreads’ of 2015
To wrap up the year, we thought we’d showcase the thoughtful, in-depth and, yes, long articles that tackle issues ranging from IT recruiting to improving government customer service.
Canada Canada: Manitoba's Planned Electoral Reform Could Lead to Lower Voting Age
The Manitoba government's plan to revamp the electoral system could lead to a younger voting age.
South Africa South Africa: New Booklet Commemorates Youth Struggle
The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA), an agency of government responsible for youth development, has thrown its weight behind a new publication aimed at commemorating the 40th anniversary of the 1976 June 16, student uprising. The publication titled, The Journey, is produced and published by young people and features forty profiles of young people who are making a difference in their communities around the country.
South Africa South Africa: Seventy (70) Buses for Johannesburg Commuters
The City of Johannesburg has added 70 new Diesel Dual Fuel (DDF) buses to its fleet to improve its transport system. “These new buses will be scheduled to improve services along main service routes operated by the Metrobus,” the city said in a statement. The buses are expected to start operating on 1 July.
South Africa South Africa: Minister Engages Youth on NDP
Minister in the Presidency for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Jeff Radebe, had an engagement with young people on the National Development Plan (NDP) in Soweto, on Tuesday. The dialogue in Soweto was attended by more than 500 community members who engaged with the Minister on issues affecting them as a community, which included substance abuse and access to funding from different government agencies.
South Africa South Africa: SA Marks World Refugee Day
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba says South Africa has had one of the most liberal asylum seeker management regimes in Africa. Speaking at an event to mark World Refugee Day at the Catholic Archdiocese in Johannesburg earlier on Monday, Minister Gigaba said South Africa’s commitment to help refugees is driven by the country’s historic experiences as victims of oppression and state violence, constitutional values and international commitments. “Since 1994, South Africa has been absolutel ...
South Africa South Africa: Road User Behaviour Colloquium Convened in Pretoria
Government is making steady progress in the implementation of the Nine-Point Plan to reignite growth and create jobs, the Presidency said on Monday. The plan, which was announced in the 2015 State of the Nation Address as part of implementing the National Development Plan, focuses on areas such as energy, tourism, agriculture, boosting SMMES, science and technology, industrialisation and transport. As part of ongoing efforts to support nationwide road safety activities, a road user behaviour ...
South Africa South Africa: SA to Advance Africa-China Media Cooperation
South Africa will use the upcoming 3rd Forum on China-Africa Media Cooperation to drive cooperation between that country and the African continent. “The central aim of the forum will be to implement the agreements reached at the FOCAC Summit in Johannesburg and further strengthen exchanges and cooperation between China and Africa on media related matters,” said Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) acting Director General, Donald Liphoko, on his arrival in Beijing, on Monday. ...
South Africa South Africa: SAPS Protecting Children 365 Days
The South African Police Service (SAPS) is committed to ensuring the safety, well-being, care and protection of children through an integrated multi-disciplinary approach. “The protection of our children is everyone’s business and responsibility and the police urge the community to continue to report any suspected child abuse, neglect or exploitation, not only during Child Protection Week but when and where ever there are any suspicions to your nearest police station or to SAPS Crime Stop 086 ...
South Africa South Africa: R14bn Spent on Eastern Cape Housing Delivery
Eastern Cape Human Settlements MEC Helen Sauls-August says the department has made remarkable strides in building houses for poor people. Releasing the department’s five-year performance report on Thursday, the MEC said R14 495 374 billion has been spent on building 64 917 new houses between 2011 and March 2016 in the Eastern Cape. “The quality of the houses has improved, as well as the spending on the conditional grant from which we have spent 100% for four years,” said MEC Sauls-August. ...
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