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Spokesperson for Northern Cape Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs and human settlements Xhanti Teki.
"Owning a house restores dignity"

Tuesday 21 June 2016 08:59

Spokesperson for Northern Cape Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs and Human Settlements says the government has been able to provide housing to the residents of Platfontein.

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SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago.
SABC local content changes inspire the continent

Monday 20 June 2016 11:10

SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago says there has been a lot of interest from the rest of the continent on the 90% local content implementation.

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Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba.
SA has worlds most progressive refugee legislation: Gigaba

Monday 20 June 2016 10:57

Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba says the South African constitution requires the country to observe its international obligations.

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Investor at one of South Africa's private banks Kagiso Tloubatla.
"Anyone can invest in shares"

Monday 20 June 2016 09:14

An Investor at one of South Africa's private banks, Kagiso Tloubatla says the youth of today wants instant gratification.

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Executive Head of the Professional Provident Society Vuyo Kobokoane.
"Young graduates need mentors"

Monday 20 June 2016 09:06

Executive Head of the Professional Provident Society (PPS), Vuyo Kobokoane says mentorship is essential for young graduates.

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Minister of Communications, Ms Faith Muthambi.
SABC, Muthambi to hand over library to Limpopo community

Friday 17 June 2016 10:44

Minister of Communications Faith Muthambi together with SABC will on Friday hand over a library in Manini just outside Thohonyadou.

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Mangaung Metro Executive Mayor Thabo Manyoni.
Botshabelo unemployment rate on the increase

Friday 17 June 2016 09:00

Mangaung Metro Executive Mayor Thabo Manyoni says the metro used to be a hub of activity but most of the factories in the area have closed.

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KwaMashu is a township plagued by social ills such as drugs and crime.
KwaMashu plagued by drugs and crime

Thursday 16 June 2016 12:00

Youth leader Zama Kanyaze says KwaMashu township north of Durban is facing a huge challenge of drug abuse.

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Pretoria class of 1976 Titus Mafolo.
'Young people need a common goal'

Thursday 16 June 2016 09:15

The Class of 1976's Titus Mafolo, who was a student in Pretoria, says the Soweto uprising caught them by surprise.

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Chairperson on the Nelson Mandela business chamber Kevin Hustler.
Nelson Mandela Metro faces challenges in business

Thursday 9 June 2016 11:42

Chairperson on the Nelson Mandela business chamber Kevin Hustler says the business front has had a tough number of years.

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The Department for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs MEC in KwaZulu-Natal Sihle Zikalala.
KZN road show tackles issues of exploitation

Thursday 9 June 2016 09:51

MEC Zikalala says he has received complaints from the community about big businesses exploiting their mineral resources.

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Gauteng Economic Development MEC, Lebogang Maile.
Gauteng Economic Indaba looks at ways to improve economy

Wednesday 8 June 2016 09:30

Lebogang Maile says the economy is not doing well globally and this has prompted the provincial government to look at ways of how to best intervene in the problems facing the country.

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Ashley Kriel's sister Michel Assure and Film producer Nadine Cloete.
Story of murdered activist debuts at Encounters Film Festival

Wednesday 8 June 2016 08:34

The 9th July this year marks 29 years of South Africa's anti-apartheid Freedom Fighter, Ashley Kriel's death. Kriel was 20 years old when he was murdered in Cape Town in 1987.

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Cipla SA's Nompikazi Matjila.
Vulnerable kids helped through education

Wednesday 8 June 2016 08:07

Kabokweni, an informal settlement in Mbombela in Nelspruit has recently received a specialized Early Childhood Development (ECD) campus.

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Executive director from corruption watch David Lewis.
'There is room for participation in Public Protector appointment'

Monday 6 June 2016 09:15

Executive Director from Corruption Watch David Lewis says when appointing a public protector there is a lot of room for public participation.

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Novel casts spotlight on plight of rape victims

Sunday 5 June 2016 10:35

Author and Psychologist Michelle Hattingh says many times in rape incidents society puts blame on the victim and forgets that some perpetrator did the victim wrong.

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Director of legal services for justice and constitutional development Tshilidzi Ramathikithi.
Justice dept works to improve cases affecting children

Wednesday 1 June 2016 09:23

Director of legal services for justice and constitutional development Tshilidzi Ramathikithi says the Minister of Justice has launched a Sexual Offences Court.

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Collen Lemawane has taken it upon himself to educate South Africans about how not to be broke.
"Learn to live within your means"

Wednesday 1 June 2016 08:07

SABC business anchor on the 404 channel, Collen Lemawane, has researched and written a book called "Why Broke When There Is So Much Info".

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Dramatic changes in justice system since 1994

Monday 30 May 2016 08:32

Dr. Maroba Matsapola from Modise Attorneys Inc. says the justice system has become more accessible to the ordinary public.

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Faith Muthambi says their goal as the department of communication is to provide universal access and give information to citizens.
Minister pushes to develop communication

Thursday 26 May 2016 09:20

Communications Minister Faith Muthambi says her department is specifically focussing on developing communication.

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