Racism and intolerance, the abuse of women and girls and the absence of common decency are markers of a society that has strayed from its founding values.

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The South African Government continues to help and respond to the urgent needs of its neighbouring countries following the humanitarian disaster left by Cyclone Idai.

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Given the right platform and support, South African small, medium and micro enterprises can succeed in the Italian market.

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South Africa should consider all energy sources available in its future energy plans, says Energy Minister Jeff Radebe.

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Malawi and Mozambique have requested assistance from the South African government following destruction caused by Cyclone Idai in the two neighbouring countries.

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Monday, 18 March 2019 11:12

South Africa’s tap water is safe

South Africa’s tap water is safe for human consumption, says the Department of Water and Sanitation.

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Monday, 18 March 2019 10:51

Eskom reconfiguration set in motion

Work is afoot on reconfiguring the South African electricity sector by addressing challenges faced by Eskom, with the board of the first subsidiary of the power utility to be appointed by mid-2019, Treasury said on Wednesday.

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The Department of Women has lauded government’s efforts to support South Africa’s star athlete Caster Semenya through her legal challenge of the International Association of Athletics Federation’s ruling.

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Take the South African National Defence Force into the future -- that’s the message from SANDF Commander-in-Chief President Cyril Ramaphosa to the men and women in uniform.

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Wednesday, 13 March 2019 14:03

Condolences for North West families

North West Premier Professor Job Mokgoro on Friday sent his condolences to the families of two boys, who were found dead in a swimming pool in Mahikeng.

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