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24 June 2017
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23 Jun 2017
Gerrie Nel: 4 things needed to fight corruption in SA
There are four things needed to fight corruption, namely a strong political will; a free judiciary; a free press and an independent and active civil society, according to Gerrie Nel, head of a...
SA: Presidency on conclusion of Human Resource Development Council meeting
Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, as Chairperson of the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC), today, 23 June 2017, chaired a successful 18th meeting of the Council at the CSIR Knowledge...
DoC: Ayanda Dlodlo: Address by Minister of Communications, at the Durban Business Fair – Business Indaba, Umlazi, KZN (23/06/2017)
Thank you for inviting me to address the Business Fair – Business Indaba under the theme “Radical Economic Transformation and its Implication for Small Businesses in the Townships”. It is also...
DoT: Joe Maswanganyi: Address by Minister of Transport, on the performance of the Department of Transport entities and SOE's, Hatfield, Pretoria (23/06/2017)
The 1994 democratic breakthrough provided the ANC led government with the opportunity to pursue economic policies, which embraces inclusive economic growth, development and wealth distribution at...
22 Jun 2017
Stop lying about me, Zuma tells Maimane
President Jacob Zuma on Thursday said he knows of no transaction of any members of his family related to South Africa’s envisaged nuclear build programme. “I know nothing,” Zuma said in the...
How Can You Ensure Practical Application of King IV and Uphold Compliance?
There used to be a time when compliance was treated as a secondary business function. Today, however, keeping up with regulatory requirements has evolved into a significant organisational function,...
dti: Youth have critical role to play in radical economic transformation
The Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr Bulelani Magwanishe says the young people of South Africa have a critical role to play in concerted efforts to achieve radical economic transformation...
Zille welcomes Western Cape clean audits
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has welcomed the Auditor General’s finding that the province had the best municipal audits record in South Africa. Spokesperson for the Premier Michael Mpofu said...
21 Jun 2017
Ramaphosa moves to reclaim ‘radical economic transformation’ from those 'misusing' term
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has moved, just days before the convening of the African National Congress’s (ANC’s) policy conference, to reclaim the phrase ‘radical economic transformation’ from...
The Security Sector in Contributions and Challenges
This discussion paper traces the under-examined role of Singapore’s defence forces in taking the South East Asian city-state from an impoverished and divided new nation in the mid-1960s to an...
Hogan Lovells makes its mark on Africa
Global law firm Hogan Lovells identified Africa as part of its growth strategy, and it partnered with Boomtown to successfully make its mark on the continent. Building measurement tactics into each...
SALGA: SALGA welcomes audit outcomes 2015/16
As South Africa embarks on the beginning of the current term of Local Government this year, the South African Local Government Association (SALGA) welcomes the release of the 2015/2016 MFMA Audit...
SA: Cyril Ramaphosa: Address by South African Deputy President, at the Gordon Institute of Business Science, Illovo, Johannesburg (20/06/2017)
In just under a week’s time, South Africa will celebrate the 62nd anniversary of the adoption of the Freedom Charter at the Congress of the People in Kliptown.
20 Jun 2017
DJCD: John Jeffery: Address by Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, at a Workshop on the Trafficking in Persons Act, Arcadia, Pretoria (19/06/2017)
Yet, human trafficking happens the world over, affecting every country of the world – either as countries of origin, transit or destination or combination of them all.
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