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South Africa South Africa: Open Government Partnerships Improving People’s Lives
Public Service and Administration Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi says the open government concept, where citizens are allowed to participate in key projects, has enhanced transparency and improved the livelihoods of all people. Minister Ramatlhodi said government has initiated a partnership with software technology companies to resolve day-to-day challenges like the recent water challenges.
South Africa South Africa: The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) to Invest R70bn in SA’s Development
The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) will put R70 billion towards developmental investments in the next few years to drive economic growth and job creation. Tabling the National Treasury Budget Vote on Wednesday, Finance Deputy Minister Mcebisi Jonas said the success of the PIC -- a State-owned company that manages the money saved by the Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF) -- is critical to ensure that the GEPF will always be able to meet its obligations.
South Africa South Africa: Steps to Grow Ekurhuleni’s Economy
Ekurhuleni Executive Mayor Mondli Gungubele on Wednesday outlined bold steps to grow the economy of the City and create jobs. Addressing the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipal Council, in Tsakane, on Wednesday, Mayor Gungubele outlined the three corridors of development to drive the economy of the City in areas such as logistics, manufacturing, education, trade, construction and hospitality.
South Africa South Africa: The Campaign to Commemorate the University’s Centenary
Government has called on Fort Hare University alumni and members of the public to share their Fort Hare stories for the Tell Your Story campaign using the hashtag #MyFortHare. The campaign forms part of the commemoration of the university’s centenary. Government will from 20 April 2016 tell the Fort Hare story on various platforms including Youtube on the channel GovZA, Twitter on @GovernmentZA and on the webpage: www.gov.za.
Kenya Kenya: Flexible Models Have Helped Growth of Higher Education in East Africa
East Africa has registered phenomenal growth and expansion of higher education in the past two decades and opened opportunities for high school leavers to pursue degree programmes. The massive expansion has also given a second chance to adults, who had missed out on university education, to enrol for degree courses and obtain higher qualifications to enhance their skills and competencies and secure them a chance for career progression.
South Africa South Africa: Fort Hare University Centenary Set for May
The centenary of the University of Fort Hare‚ whose alumni has included some of the African sub-continent’s most famous leaders‚ will be celebrated on May 20, government said on Wednesday. The celebrations to be held in Alice, in the Eastern Cape, will acknowledge the role the university has played in educating Africans. It will celebrate the values and traditions that made the university to be Africa’s most respected institution of higher learning. “The centenary is a reminder that all ...
Zimbabwe Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Creates Fund for Technology Innovation
Zimbabwe has set up a $25 million fund supported by all registered telecommunications companies to promote technological innovation. Information Technology minister Supa Mandiwanzira said the companies would contribute one percent of their revenues to the Universal Services Fund. The Post and Telecommunications Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) – the industry's regulator would manage the fund.
South Africa South Africa: President Zuma to Bestow National Orders
President Jacob Zuma will next Thursday bestow the 2016 National Orders on distinguished local citizens and eminent foreign nationals, says the Presidency. The National Orders Awards are the highest form of acknowledgement that the country bestows on distinguished and foreign nationals to recognise the sacrifices and contributions that they have made towards building a free, united, non-racial, non-sexist, democratic and prosperous South Africa as envisaged in the Constitution. The awards also ...
South Africa South Africa: Discussions on the Implementation of Government’s Programme of Action – National Development Plan (NDP)
President Jacob Zuma is in a meeting with black professionals in Pretoria to discuss the implementation of government’s Programme of Action, particularly the National Development Plan (NDP) and other key governance issues. On Friday, Deputy Minister in the Presidency Buti Manamela briefed media gathered at Sefako Makgatho Presidential Guesthouse ahead of the meeting.
South Africa South Africa: Taking Innovation to the People
The Innovation Hub is taking innovation to the people in the townships, with the entrepreneurs' boot camps from Tuesday, 29 March until Friday 1 April 2016 through its eKasi Labs programme. "Nothing is more urgent than giving hope to our youth through… entrepreneurial opportunities" – these were the words of Honourable Gauteng Premier David Makhura in his State of the Province Address 2016 (SOPA) that capture what is at the core of the eKasi Labs programme.
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