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South Africa South Africa: Set-top Box Registration Underway in Richards Bay
More than 600 qualifying indigent households have already registered for government subsidised set-top boxes (STBs) in Ntambanana village in Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal. The registrations took place ahead of Tuesday’s digital terrestrial television (DTT) awareness campaign, which will be led by Communications Minister Faith Muthambi and her team. The registrations for STBs will help poor TV-owning households to view digital signals as South Africa switches from analogue to digital broadcas ...
South Africa South Africa: STB Registration well Underway in Free State
A total of 9 002 poor TV-owning households in the Free State province have registered for government subsidised set-top boxes (STBs) since the registration drive commenced on 1 December 2016. On Thursday, Communications Minister Faith Muthambi and Free State Premier Ace Magashule will observe the installation of STBs at qualifying poor TV-owning households in Harrismith as part of the digital migration awareness campaign.
South Africa South Africa: Environmental Sector Creates Jobs
The Environmental Sector continues to be a source of job creation, skills development and economic empowerment, says President Jacob Zuma. “Through the Expanded Public Works Programme, environmental programmes have created work opportunities for over 97 000 previously unemployed people.
South Africa South Africa: Maths Indaba a Success
The three-day Mathematics Education Indaba was a huge success, as a draft Mathematics framework was adopted. The draft framework will shape the approach to teaching and resourcing of Mathematics education. The Department of Basic Education wrapped up the indaba, which was hosted by the Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga and her deputy Enver Surty on Thursday in Pretoria.
South Africa South Africa :Living Conditions for Tsakane Residents Set to Change
The winds of change has moved across Tsakane Extension 10 informal settlement, near Brakpan, in the former East Rand area. For years, residents have lived in a suffocating overcrowded environment and have been waiting for their area to be electrified. A week ago when President Jacob Zuma was interacting with South Africans about service delivery at the Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) radio, linked to various community radio stations across the country, lines were opened ...
South Africa South Africa: SA Welcomes R150m Chinese Investment
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies has welcomed the R150 million Chinese investment at the Dube Trade Port which will build local capacity in the manufacturing of fibre optic cables. Chinese company, Yangtze Optics Africa Cable (YOAC), announced its investment at the Dube Trade Port Industrial Development Zone in Durban. YOAC is a R150 million investment to set up and operate a modern optical fibre cable manufacturing plant in South Africa, by Yangtze Optical Fibre and Cable Joint Stock Li ...
South Africa South Africa: Film Course Scripts Bright Future for Eastern Cape Youth
Twenty-two unemployed Eastern Cape youth have completed a Film and Television Skills Programme. The group will be recognised today for their achievement by the Deputy Minister of Communications, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, when she awards them their statements of results, certificates of completion and National Qualifications Framework (NQF) level 5 certificates.
South Africa South Africa: SA to Continue Advocating for UN Reforms
South Africa says it will continue to advocate for the reform of the United Nations, in order to be more inclusive, democratic and representative. Briefing the media on the work of the International Cooperation, Trade and Security (ICTS) Cluster, Dirco Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said calls on the reform of the UN are continuing at the UN mission in New York. “Political leaders whenever we meet, particularly African leaders and those from developing world, we do not shut up.
South Africa South Africa: All the Way Up for SA Tourism
Tourism remains key to South Africa’s economic development strategy and the substantial growth in tourist arrivals is testament to how dedication to marketing ‘destination SA’ is paying off. Tourist arrival figures have gone up by 14.8% this year compared to the same period in 2015, Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa said on Tuesday. She was chairing the International Cooperation, Trade and Security Cluster briefing to give an update on the bloc’s Programme of Action (PoA) towards achie ...
South Africa South Africa: Youth Still Moving SA Forward
Youth, attending the National Youth Camp, said they will go back to their communities and help to create jobs and change the living conditions in their communities. The Fifth National Youth Camp was held at the 3 South African Infantry Battalion, in Kimberly, in the Northern Cape Province. Hosted in partnership with the Department of Defence and Military Veterans, the National Youth Camp has brought together more than 1000 young people across race, ethnicity, gender, class and language from al ...
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