South African citizens wanting to study towards obtaining a qualification in the transport, engineering and built environment fields have until 30 September 2015 to apply for a Masakh’iSizwe bursary from the Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works.
South Africa will today join the world in commemorating International Literacy Day by raising its flag for literacy as a human right, as a force for dignity and sustainable societies.
DA welcomes agreement at Elsenburg Agricultural Institute.
The Gauteng Aids Council on Thursday expressed concern at the sexual behaviour of young people, especially those that are at tertiary institutions.
Government should incentivise people so as to encourage them to be innovative and succeed, says a representative of the Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS).
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on political parties, civil society and all sectors of the economy to put measures in their space that will lead to gender parity and women empowerment.
Eskom does not anticipate that there will be a need to load shed today as the power system is currently stable following 24 days of no load shedding.
As the country celebrates National Arbor Week, the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has called on all South Africans to plant indigenous trees as a practical and symbolic gesture of sustainable environmental management.
The Department of Environmental Affairs has confirmed that the Green Scorpions executed a search warrant at the Solid Waste Technologies’ City Deep processing facility.
The Promotion and Protection of Investment Bill is expected to affirm the country’s sovereign right to regulate in the public interest and pursue its broad transformation agenda.