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Department of Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Mzwandile Masina.
SA pushes to establish an African trading bloc

Thursday 26 March 2015 07:50

Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Deputy Minister Mzwandile Masina says SA is championing a programme for regional integration.


Nxumalo sees 'room for improvement' in social work

Tuesday 24 March 2015 09:45

The type of social ills in society today require social workers who play a more prominent role and do more than just caring.


Twelve-year-old optimistic about interview with Zuma

Thursday 19 March 2015 08:12

Twelve-year-old Zuriel Oduwole says although there are challenges in the African continent – there is still lots to be proud of.


The awards were initiated in 2014 to celebrate excellence in the SAPS.
SAPS award winners humbled by recognition

Monday 16 March 2015 08:00

The South African Police Service (SAPS) on Friday celebrated and awarded service excellence for dedication and commitment.


Home Affairs' new hours aim to improve capacity

Friday 13 March 2015 09:00

Department of Home Affairs (DHA) Deputy Director General Vusi Mkhize says staff shortages have forced the department to introduce new working hours.


Parents urged to participate in SGB elections

Friday 13 March 2015 08:00

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has urged all parents to avail themselves for their children’s school governing body elections (SGB).


Men encouraged to get circumcised

Thursday 12 March 2015 09:30

Right to Care Counsellor Msingathi Galata has encouraged all uncircumcised men to get circumcised and reap the benefits.


Having sex with teens still a crime: Expert

Monday 9 March 2015 09:05

Professor Ann Skelton says having sexual intercourse with an underage child or kids engaging in non-consensual sex will remain a crime.


"Only the workers can change Cosatu"

Friday 6 March 2015 09:31

Benchmark foundation's Hassen Lorgat says the issues that are affecting Cosatu now can be changed by the members and the ordinary shop stewards.


E Cape Premier commits to prioritising education, health

Wednesday 4 March 2015 09:50

During his State of the Province Address (Sopa), Eastern Cape Premier Phumulo Masualle promised to renovate 30 schools that were damaged by disasters in that province.


Education gets big Gauteng budget slice

Wednesday 4 March 2015 08:30

Gauteng finance MEC Barbara Creecy says health and education are the biggest beneficiaries because of the role they play in society.


SANParks targets youth on anti-rhino poaching drive

Tuesday 3 March 2015 08:45

In a bid to fight rhino poaching, the South African National Parks (SANParks) has decided to educate young people about the dangers of rhino poaching.


City Power to charge users by the clock

Monday 2 March 2015 08:20

Johannesburg City Power managing director Sicelo Xulu says Gauteng residents who use electricity from 7am until 10am and between 17:00 - 21:00 will pay more.


21 Icons photographer and co-founder Adrian Steirn.
21 icons raises money for charity

Thursday 26 February 2015 10:41

The much anticipated 21 icons South Africa Charity Auction and Gala Dinner will be hosted by the City of Tshwane on 28 February 2015.


Bucie humbled by Metro FM award nomination

Wednesday 18 February 2015 11:00

South African R&B and House singer Bucie says being nominated for a Metro FM music award is an honour, affirming that she’s doing something right with her music.


SA govt on drive to educate about pension affairs

Wednesday 18 February 2015 09:14

Government Pension Administrative Agency COO Jayanti Morar says it is crucial for the agency to empower members and pensioners on cautiously dealing with their pension affairs.


Fleur du Cap a success to SA artists

Sunday 15 February 2015 12:02

The 50th annual Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards has been the success to South African artists, as they acknowledge the excellence of the existing theater performances in the Western Cape.


“It only takes 4 minutes to fall in like”

Sunday 15 February 2015 11:05

Research has revealed that it can take between 90 seconds and four minutes for you to fall in like and then just 90 minutes more to fall in love.


“SA has a deep seated entrenched culture of violence”

Monday 9 February 2015 08:48

SAHRC CEO Dr Kayum Ahmed says incidents of crime in the country are somewhat reflective of a “deep seated entrenched culture of violence”.


Informal sector woes unpacked

Thursday 5 February 2015 10:16

Statistics SA General Statistician Pali Lehohla unpacks some of the reasons behind the worrying trend of job shedding within the informal sector.


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