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15 African Heads of State expected for World Cup final

By: Sapa     8th July 2010 Fifteen African Heads of State were expected to attend the World Cup closing ceremony, International Relations director-general Ayanda Ntsaluba... 

Deductions from bank accounts a last resort — Sars

By: Sapa     8th July 2010 The deductions of unpaid administrative penalties from salaries and bank accounts is a last resort that affects only a minority of non-compliant... 

Mixed feelings over replication of world Cup courts

By: Sapa     8th July 2010 Doubts have been expressed over plans to replicate aspects of FIFA World Cup courts that have seen the cases of criminals who have targeted... 

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Gordhan issues warning on World Cup tickets 

By: Sapa     8th July 2010 Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will soon meet the Auditor-General (AG) and the chairperson of Parliament's watchdog public accounts committee to... 

Renewables scale-up core to Zille's sustainability road map

By: Jade Davenport     8th July 2010 Western Cape Premier Helen Zille officially released the Western Cape Provincial Government's (WCPG) strategic plan on environmental sustainability... 

Red tape continues to stymie SA's foreign investors, report finds

By: Terence Creamer     8th July 2010 It takes eight procedures and 65 days to establish a foreign-owned limited liability company in South Africa, which a new World Bank study says is... 

Health Dept to table bill on hospital standards

By: Sapa     7th July 2010 A bill to establish an independent office to enforce standards in public hospitals would go to Parliament before the end of the year, Health... 

Govt owes Eskom R188M

By: Sapa     7th July 2010 Local, provincial and national government owes Eskom nearly R189-million in electricity arrears, Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan said on... 

Xenophobia exodus “different to 2008” 

By: Sapa     7th July 2010 The situation of foreign nationals on the N1 near Paarl was "completely different" to that of those displaced by xenophobic violence in 2008, the... 

‘Brain drain’ in South Africa showing signs of reversing

By: Loni Prinsloo     7th July 2010 Staffing solution group Adcorp's latest ‘Employment Survey' showed that about 39 000 South African job seekers had returned to the country from... 

Schools to teach in both English and mother-tongue 

By: Sapa     6th July 2010 Pupils now have the option of learning in their mother tongue for the first three years of schooling as part of the new curriculum, Basic Education... 

World Cup an economic success — Zuma

By: Sapa     6th July 2010 The 2010 FIFA World Cup has been an economic success with good returns on investment, President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday.  

Africa rocketing out of recession

By: Keith Campbell     6th July 2010 Africa is the region that is growing fastest out of the global recession. "Our prediction is that this year the continent will have a growth of... 

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