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Wednesday, 05 September 2018 10:53

Labour visits Rheinmetall Denel

The Department of Labour’s Deputy Minister, Inkosi Phathekile Holomisa, is today leading a delegation to visit the Somerset West Denel plant, where eight people died following an explosion on Monday. 

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As part of Women’s Month and the centenary of Mama Albertina Sisulu, the Department of Social Development will today launch a women empowerment project at Mawewe Tribal Authority in Mgobodi vllage, Mpumalanga.

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Tuesday, 28 August 2018 06:45

Farmers work towards shared prosperity

While challenges persist in South Africa’s agricultural sector, farmers on Friday expressed their willingness to overcome these in order to ensure shared prosperity for all.

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The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services plans to facilitate the establishment of 96 Internet Service Providers over a period of three years.

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South Africa’s black industrialists are this week exploring trade and investment opportunities in Mozambique.

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The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) is to close its Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg branches to the public.

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Justice and Constitutional Development Deputy Minister John Jeffery says government, civil society and the courts owe it to victims of sexual offences to make sure the Sexual Offences Act is properly implemented.

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Saturday, 31 October 2015 04:42

Women, youth put on top of India-Africa agenda

President Jacob Zuma says women and youth often suffer from poverty in Africa and India, while they should be taking a more active role in the development of their nations.

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Sure, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter have made it easier than ever to reach out and search for a new job. But before you do anything, read these five tips to make the most of your search:

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The Presidency has welcomed the commitment by the Japanese government to provide training to South African artisans who will make an important contribution to infrastructure development in the country.

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