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South Africa South Africa: Treasury takes Steps to Improve Retirement Industry
National Treasury is taking steps towards implementing proposals that aim to lower charges and improve market conduct in the retirement industry. Members of the public are invited to comment on the Draft Default Regulations in terms of section 36(1)(c) of the Pension Funds Act, No. 24 of 1956. “The draft default proposals published for public comment today follow from the Treasury paper, Charges in South African Retirement Funds, published on 11 July 2013,” Treasury said.
Nigeria South Korea to Train 22,625 Nigerians
Jung explained that the Federal Government had in 2012, based on South Korea’s wealth of experience in technology advancement, invited it to implement the Capacity Building of e-Government in Nigeria.
South Africa South Africa: The Department of Trade and Industry (dti) Sets Aside R80m for Industrial Park
The Department of Trade and Industry (dti) has set aside R80 million for the refurbishment and resuscitation of the country’s industrial parks. Speaking at an Industrial Parks Revitalisation workshop on Tuesday, dti Director General Lionel October said that industrial parks represent an opportunity for stimulating local economic development. He said that they further offered an opportunity for the influx of foreign investment and employment creation.
South Africa South Africa: The Department of Communications (DTT) Roll-Out Plan to Take Centre Stage at the PSM
Acting Director-General of the Department of Communications, Ndivhuho Munzhelele, will be the keynote speaker at the Public Sector Manager (PSM) Forum on Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) in Kimberly, Northern Cape, later today. Munzhelele will be sharing the planned roll-out of the Digital Migration project and its benefits to all South Africans at the Forum, which will be hosted by the Government Communication and Information System (GCIS). The PSM Forum provides public service managers a ...
South Africa South Africa: Eastern Cape Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) Goes Back to Basics
Eastern Cape MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA), Fikile Xasa, will today embark on a two-day monitoring visit to the OR Tambo District Municipality to strengthen democratic institutions and improve service delivery. The department on Thursday said the MEC will do this through the implementation of the Back to Basics Programme. He will be joined by his top management team led by the Head of Department (HOD) Nombulelo Hackula.
South Africa South Africa: Ekurhuleni Giving Dignity Back to Girls
In a bid to restore dignity to girls, the Ekurhuleni Metro has handed over sanitary towels to 295 girls from Daragan Secondary School, in Marangu, the home of Kilimanjaro Mountain. The sanitary towels were handed over during the activation of the Caring4Girls leg of the Trek4Mandela campaign, an initiative of Imbumba Foundation which seeks to raise funds for sanitary towels for 270 000 South African girls. The programmes focus on creating awareness on puberty and adolescence and in the process ...
South Africa South Africa: Energy to Update SA on Nuclear Build Programme
The Department of Energy will today host a status briefing on South Africa’s nuclear build programme. The media briefing, which will be held in Ballito, KwaZulu-Natal, will be addressed by senior government officials as well as senior State Owned Entities (SoE) officials involved in the preparations for the nuclear new build programme. The briefing comes following the submission of the Inter-Government Framework Agreements on nuclear cooperation to Parliament.
South Africa South Africa: Gauteng Grade 12 Learners Go Techno-learning
The Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) says it will on Tuesday start rolling out a teaching and learning programme which will create paperless classrooms to 375 high schools. The department said schools mainly in townships and rural areas have been selected to participate in the programme. The programme entails using interactive boards and mobile devices such as tablets and laptops with complete internet connectivity to conduct teaching and learning.
South Africa South Africa: Government Commits to Connecting Citizens to Internet
The South African Government is working towards being among the top 25 countries in the world in terms of use and access to technology for socio-economic development, says the Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services Siyabonga Cwele. “As government, our aim is to ensure that we connect all citizens to the internet, including those who live on farms,” said the Minister. He was speaking on Thursday during a visit to some of the sites that are going to be connected to the internet in th ...
South Africa South Africa: Government Commits to Connecting Citizens to Internet
The South African Government is working towards being among the top 25 countries in the world in terms of use and access to technology for socio-economic development, says the Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services Siyabonga Cwele. “As government, our aim is to ensure that we connect all citizens to the internet, including those who live on farms,” said the Minister. He was speaking on Thursday during a visit to some of the sites that are going to be connected to the internet in th ...
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