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24 April 2014
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Nzimande outines plans for new R1bn medical university
EDUCATION
Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande has outlined plans for the development of a new health and allied sciences university into which the Medical University of Southern Africa...
 
 
Costs of communicating have to drop – Carrim
COMMUNICATIONS
The costs of communicating have to drop, Communications Minister Yunus Carrim said on Wednesday. "Clearly, the costs have to come down. It's not just in the interests of the poor and disadvantaged...
 
 
Mismatch between SANDF roles and budget has to be addressed – Minister
DEFENCE
Commitments made over the past 16 years, following the 1998 Defence Review, has resulted in a mismatch between what was expected from the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) and the...
 
 
Scopa has political agenda – Uys
POLITICS
The Western Cape public accounts committee (Scopa) has a political agenda and is misusing government structures, former health MEC Pierre Uys said on Wednesday. "They are trying to attack the...
 
 
Fewer Easter road fatalities than in 2013
ROADS
Government has made headway in reducing road carnage based on preliminary road safety campaign figures, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said on Wednesday. Briefing journalists at the Government...
 
 
Transnet pumps R2m into development of public project management skills
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
State-owned logistics firm Transnet has announced a R2-million, three-year sponsorship agreement with the University of Stellenbosch Business School-Executive Development (USB-ED) – the public...
 
 
South Africa's 'Born Frees' struggle with history
POLITICS
When Nkululeko Simelane was born on April 27, 1994, her parents did not have to think twice about her name. Her birth coincided with South Africa's first multi-racial elections, the momentous day...
 
 
Zimbabwe says foreign banks can keep majority stakes, for now
STAKES
Zimbabwe will let foreigners keep majority stakes in banks for now because locals have no money to buy shares, the finance minister said on Wednesday, signalling a pause in President Robert...
 
 
 
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