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South Africa South Africa: Forum Opens Opportunities for SABC
The 3rd forum on China-Africa Media Cooperation is opening up opportunities for the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) to enter into co-production on matters of mutual interest and training with the People’s Republic of China. Speaking to SAnews at the forum, which is currently underway in Beijing, China, SABC’s Chief Financial Officer James Aguma said the forum was significant. “The significance of this forum is twofold…firstly…it is very important for us to understand how othe ...
South Africa South Africa: First Things First rolled out to Kwa-Zulu Natal Students
Government has rolled out the Higher Education and Training HIV/AIDS Programme (HEAIDS) First Things First HIV/TB/STIs and general health and wellness programme for students in KwaZulu-Natal. Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training Mduduzi Manana launched the programme at Thekwini College’s Melbourne Campus, in Durban, on Monday. This was the first activation of First Things First in the province this year.
South Africa South Africa: Eskom’s Ingula Unit 1 Synchronised
Eskom has synchronised the last unit at Ingula power station in KwaZulu-Natal, which will add 333 megawatts to the national grid. “Ingula successfully synchronised its last unit, Unit 1, to the national grid at 6:57pm on 16 June 2016, National Youth Day, marking a key milestone towards the full commercial operation of the unit ahead of the scheduled deadline of January 2017,” said Eskom on Sunday.
South Africa South Africa: Comments Sought on the Draft National Action Plan (NAP)
The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DOJ&CD) has called on society to respond to the challenge of intolerance by making inputs to the Draft National Action Plan (NAP). The department’s call comes as South Africa marks World Refugee Day. The public can submit their comments for the Draft NAP to combat racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerances before the 30 June 2016 deadline for the final document that will be submitted to Cabinet for approval. ...
South Africa South Africa: Fieldworkers to Conduct Health Survey in Households
Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) is urging the thousands of households which will be sampled in the South Africa Demographic and Health Survey 2016 (SADHS 2016) to welcome fieldworkers into their homes. Stats SA, together with South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC), is embarking on an extensive fact-finding mission on behalf of the National Department of Health. The survey will see Stats SA fieldworkers visit 15 000 sampled dwelling units between June and November 2016 and ask a ...
South Africa South Africa: President to Convene Labour Working Group
The Presidential Labour Working Group is expected to meet this week to discuss matters relating to the economy, as well as other socio-economic issues. The meeting, which will be chaired by President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday, will bring together Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, Economic Cluster Ministers and the leadership of Cosatu, Fedusa and Nactu.
South Africa South Africa: Inputs Sought on Draft Carbon Offset Regulations
National Treasury on Monday published the draft regulations on the carbon offset in terms of the Draft Carbon Tax Bill for public comment and further consultation. The Carbon Offset Regulations were developed jointly by National Treasury, the Department of Energy and the Department of Environmental Affairs in terms of Sections 13 and 20 (b) of the Draft Carbon Tax Bill and sets out the procedure for the use of carbon offsets by taxpayers to reduce their carbon tax liability. The regulation ...
South Africa South Africa: Government, Society Collaboration Key to SA Success
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says establishing common projects with concrete outcomes, which will benefit all sections of South Africa's citizens, is key to the future success of the country. The Minister said this on Thursday when he participated in a debate on the country’s economy under the theme “Building collective action for inclusive growth”. He said in the past few months, the growing challenge in South Africa’s transformation agenda has brought government, labour and business leade ...
South Africa South Africa: Ocean Economy, Infrastructure to Grow SA’s GDP
Rural Development and Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti envisages that the Ocean Economy and Infrastructure will potentially boost South Africa’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) starting from 2019 to 2030. He envisaged that the South African Ocean Economy will boost the country’s GDP by R26 billion, to create 65 000 jobs. The Minister said this on Thursday when he participated in a debate on the country’s economy under the theme “Building collective action for inclusive growth”.
South Africa South Africa: SA Attracting Investments worth Millions
Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor says the South African economy is attracting investments in the research and development space. The Minister also said that government has recognised that research-led innovation has immense potential to support job creation, new company formation and economic growth. The Minister said this when she participated in a debate on the country’s economy under the theme “Building collective action for inclusive growth”.
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