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South Africa South Africa: Africa Public Service Day 2017
Africa Public Service Day is an event entrenched in the African Union calendar. It originates from the conference of African Ministers for Public or Civil Service held in Tangier, Morocco in 1994. It was agreed at this conference that 23 June should be celebrated annually as Africa Public Service Day to recognise the value and virtue of service to the community.
South Africa South Africa: Multimillion Rand Upgrade to Improve Road Safety
Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Dr Ismail Vadi, will on Tuesday launch the rehabilitation project of the R28 Road - a single carriageway between Sebokeng and Westonaria.
South Africa South Africa: Taxi Permits to Make Interprovincial Travel Easier
The Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport will issue temporary interprovincial operating permits to taxi operators for the upcoming Easter holiday. “It is envisioned that the interim measure will ease impoundment challenges usually encountered by Gauteng taxi operators when transporting passengers on special trips outside the provincial jurisdiction,” the provincial department said. The permits will be issued to legal operators, as commuters are anticipated to travel to different provi ...
South Africa South Africa: Spotlight on Parole System at Imbizo
Acting Correctional Services Minister Faith Muthambi says the responsibility of the Department of Correctional Services is not to keep individuals out of circulation in society but to correct offending behaviour. “The responsibility of the department is, first and foremost, to correct offending behaviour in a secure, safe and humane environment,” the Minister said. Speaking at a Correctional Supervision and Parole Boards Imbizo at Kgosi Mampuru Correctional Centre in Pretoria on Monday, Mi ...
South Africa South Africa: Their Fight was not in Vain
When a group of South African women waged a struggle in 1956 against the discriminatory pass laws, it was their brave efforts that helped further draw the attention of the world to the injustices that were taking place in South Africa. Like in many parts of the world, the 1950’s marked a time when women in South Africa were experiencing all forms of discrimination. Last month, the country celebrated Human Rights Month. SAnews took a look at some of the measures that South Africa has initia ...
South Africa South Africa: Digital Migration Improves Rural Life
Getting access to a wide range of TV and radio stations will no longer be an issue for residents of Motsane, situated in Lebowakgomo in Limpopo. The Department of Communications (DOC), in partnership with its stakeholders, on Sunday, handed out set-top boxes (STBs) to locals in the mountainous area. The STBs convert digital signals so they can be viewed on ordinary analogue TV sets. South Africa is making headway in migrating from analogue to digital broadcasting. Government has committed ...
South Africa South Africa: SARS Announces R1.144 Trillion Preliminary Revenue Collection
For the second year in a row, the South African Revenue Service (SARS) has broken the Trillion Rand mark in revenue collection. SARS has collected in gross terms R1.367 trillion – making the preliminary outcome for the 2016/17 financial year, net of refunds of R222.4 billion, therefore R1.144 trillion. "As at midnight 31 March 2017 SARS had collected R1.144 trillion in line with the revised estimate as announced by the former Minister of Finance in the February 2017 Budget speech," SARS Commi ...
South Africa South Africa: Tourism Growth means more Opportunities
Newly appointed Tourism Minister Tokozile Xasa says growth in international and domestic tourism means more opportunities for local suppliers and providers of services to tourists. Speaking at the 2017 Local Government Tourism Conference underway at the Emperors Palace in Kempton Park, Minister Xasa said tourism growth means more opportunities for small businesses, for entrepreneurs and innovators, and for people from local communities to become actively involved in the wonderful world of touri ...
South Africa South Africa: Buying Local Key to Industrialising SA Economy
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says buying local has never been more important as the country pushes to industrialise its economy. The Minister was speaking on the second day of the 6th Buy Local Summit in Johannesburg. “Local content is one of the important policy levers in the IPAP [Industrial Policy Action Plan], as it leverages public expenditure and responds to a myriad of economic challenges facing South Africa,” said Minister Davies on Tuesday.
South Africa South Africa: Eskom and Botswana Sign Power Supply Agreement
Eskom and Botswana Power Corporation (BPC) have signed a three-year power supply agreement. “Eskom and Botswana Power Corporation (BPC) have signed a three-year firm power supply agreement, a move that is in line with Eskom’s plan to increase its electricity exports to South Africa’s neighbouring States,” said Eskom on Wednesday. Eskom currently has excess capacity of about 4 000MW, excluding an operating margin.
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