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Zuma launches first provincial InvestSA One Stop Shop

8th September 2017 President Jacob Zuma officiated over the official opening of the first provincial InvestSA One Stop Shop in the Western Cape on Friday. Speaking in Cape Town, Zuma described the launch as historic following the launch of the national One Stop Shop in Pretoria in March this year. 

City of Tshwane signs new public transport subsidies agreement

7th September 2017 The Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport and the City of Tshwane have concluded an “inter-governmental authorisation agreement” to process subsidised bus contracts in the city as from the April 1, 2018. Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport Ismail Vadi on Thursday said the agreement opens the... 

Amplats worker dies after chemical incident at refinery

7th September 2017 An Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) employee has died from his injuries after suffering chemical burns in an accident at the company’s Precious Metals Refinery (PMR) in Rustenburg. Amplats said the incident occurred on August 21 but the employee succumbed to his injuries on Tuesday this week. 

HSRC out to measure innovation levels in thousands of SA entities

5th September 2017 The Human Sciences Research Council’s Centre for Science, Technology and Innovation Indicators (CeSTII) on Tuesday launched the Business Innovation Survey which will examine the innovation activities in 5 000 enterprises, which are small to very large, and across a range of industries. The survey... 

National Treasury welcomes end of recession but says country not in clear yet

5th September 2017 National Treasury on Tuesday welcomed the news that the economy grew by 2.5% in the second quarter, technically signalling that South Africa was emerging from a recession, but said it was too soon to suggest a long-term upswing in the economy. “Although it is still too early to suggest a longer... 

SA out of recession but growth far from NDP ambitions

5th September 2017 The South African economy is out of recession at the moment, owing to a gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 2.5% in the second quarter of 2017, StatsSA announced on Tuesday. “Let’s go straight into the numbers … the GDP quarter-on-quarter [growth rate] is 2.5%. I saw that analysts in the media... 

Zwane launches investigation into deadly Kusasalethu mining accident

5th September 2017 Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane has instructed that no stone should be left unturned in getting to the cause of the accident which claimed the lives of five mine workers at Harmony Gold’s Kusasalethu mine last week. “This should be a turning point in as far as accidents and fatalities... 

City Power working around the clock to restore power in central Joburg

5th September 2017 Johannesburg’s City Power said on Tuesday that it had restored at least 27% of the power in the inner city following a fire at an underground tunnel that was caused by cable thieves. City Power said the damage to the cables had resulted from fire during the attempted cable theft on Sunday... 

Zuma calls for full implementation of sustainable development goals

5th September 2017 President Jacob Zuma has called for the “full implementation” of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a means to eradicate poverty. He made his remarks during the Dialogue of the Emerging Markets and Developing Countries on the margins of the 9th Brics Summit in Xiamen, China, on Monday.... 

National Treasury defends controversial changes in key positions

4th September 2017 National Treasury on Monday said the removal of Schalk Human from the post of chief procurement officer, along with two other senior officials, was a case of trying to ensure that  officials don’t act in a particular capacity for too long. “The changes were made in order to avoid a situation... 


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