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27 June 2017
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05 Jun 2017
DoF: Malusi Gigaba: Address by Finance Minister, during the Ekurhuleni Investment Conference, Emperors Palace, Johannesburg (05/06/2017)
The critical task before us as leaders – government and business alike – is to realise Vision 2030, by building a South Africa in which all of its people thrive.
26 May 2017
DED: Ebrahim Patel: Address by Minister of Economic Development, during the budget vote 2017/18, Parliament, Cape Town (25/05/2017)
Economic Development
The global and domestic economic context shapes the work of the Department and agencies that make up the economic development portfolio.
25 May 2017
Applications for new R1.5bn steel incentive open on June 1
Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel released details on Thursday of a new R1.5-billion incentive for downstream steel manufacturers, which would be implemented from June 1. The incentive,...
04 May 2017
Mashaba vows to focus on Joburg's ‘forgotten people'
Mayor Herman Mashaba has described his predecessor Parks Tau’s administration as one of self-enrichment, mismanagement and incorrect priorities and has promised not to do the same. “We are going to...
25 Apr 2017
Six new prospecting licences awarded to Botswana Diamonds
London Aim-listed Botswana Diamonds on Tuesday announced that its joint venture (JV) with the large Russian diamond company, Alrosa, had been awarded of six new prospecting licences in Botswana....
27 Mar 2017
CC: Competition Commission welcomes Tribunal confirmation that pipes manufacturers colluded
The Competition Commission welcomes the Tribunal's finding that two manufacturers of regular high density polyethylene (HDPE) pipes colluded between 2007 and 2012 to divide markets in South Africa....
08 Mar 2017
Mandela Bay on brink of disaster as water crisis deepens
The Nelson Mandela Bay municipality is on the brink of being declared a disaster area as the water crisis deepens, mayor Athol Trollip said on Tuesday. "Despite saving water, our water is running...
28 Feb 2017
Cape Town water prices could jump – De Lille
If Capetonians don't cut water use even more, the next step to avert dry taps could be putting treated waste water back into the system and an expensive desalination plant, which would push water...
31 Jan 2017
DWS: Minister Mokonyane gives update on water and sanitation provision in the Limpopo province
Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane delivered a presentation on water and sanitation in the Limpopo province during the Limpopo 2017 Local Government Summit being held in Polokwane...
Msimanga can’t act on EFF land invaders, charges ANC
Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga was unable to take any decisive action to halt ongoing illegal invaders who were taking up different portions of land across South Africa’s capital city, African...
30 Jan 2017
A woman president in South Africa? Sadly top contender offers more of the same
For South Africa’s beleaguered governing African National Congress the rise of a high-calibre woman leader should signal a turning of the pages, and lead to rejuvenation of the body politic. But...
27 Oct 2016
DA NW: Cornel Dreyer says DA petition against month-long water crisis in Ngaka Modiri launched
The Democratic Alliance in Ramotshere Moiloa has launched an urgent petition to force the Ngaka Modiri District Municipality to provide water to the communities who have been deprived of their...
10 Oct 2016
‘Catastrophe’ to hit Tshwane unless water usage is cut, says mayor
Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga on Monday urged residents to adhere to the new water usage restrictions announced by the municipality, warning that the capital city could be heading for disaster if...
30 Sep 2016
“They Destroyed Everything” – Mining and Human Rights in Malawi
Nagomba E., 75, has lived all her life in Mwabulambo, a small rural community in northern Malawi. Like most women in the area, she works as a farmer to support her family—her husband and three...
03 Aug 2016
Singing, dancing in Masiphumelele as parties brush aside talk of competition
Children danced and sang with a group of ANC supporters, while others loitered in the streets of Masiphumelele on Wednesday. Metro police, in vehicles parked at Ukhanyo Primary School, kept an eye...
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