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No new roads for now in W Cape

By: Sapa     29th September 2010 The Western Cape will not build any new major roads for the next four years, Premier Helen Zille said on Wednesday.  

Socioeconomic problems behind xenophobia — UN

By: Sapa     29th September 2010 Socioeconomic problems are the major cause of xenophobia in South Africa, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said in... 

SA wants favourable trade conditions — Zuma

By: Sapa     29th September 2010 The South African government is committed to creating favourable conditions for investment and trade, President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday. 

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Govt, labour to address water crisis

By: Sapa     29th September 2010 Organised labour and the government have agreed to form a committee to deal with South Africa's looming water crisis.  

First solar park deals possible in early 2011, first power by end 2012

By: Terence Creamer     29th September 2010 The first commercial transactions relating to the development of utility-scale solar power generation capacity in South Africa's first designated... 

SA to conclude trade agreement with EU — Zuma

By: Sapa     28th September 2010 An agreement to enhance trade and economic relations with the European Union (EU) will be concluded by the end of the year, President Jacob Zuma... 

ANC didn’t outline corruption plan — Vavi

By: Sapa     28th September 2010 The African National Congress's (ANC's) week-long national general council (NGC) failed to articulate a programme to fight corruption, Cosatu... 

New unit to probe govt corruption 

By: Sapa     28th September 2010 A new unit to investigate corruption, fraud and maladministration within the government will be launched in November, Public Service and... 

African criticism of ICC unfair — Goldstone

By: Sapa     28th September 2010 The criticism that the International Criminal Court (ICC) is against African countries is unfair, Judge Richard Goldstone said on Monday. 

Face up to economic challenge — Patel

By: Sapa     28th September 2010 South Africa should not let itself be paralysed by the daunting scale of the socioeconomic challenges it faces, Economic Development Minister... 

Media threatens democracy — Nzimande

By: Sapa     28th September 2010 Print media in South Africa was a threat to democracy, South African Communist Party (SACP) general secretary Blade Nzimande said in a report... 

SA partners with Denmark and Mexico to push for climate consensus

By: Christy van der Merwe     28th September 2010 A newly formed climate change ‘troika' urged developed countries to deliver on their pledges made in Copenhagen on ‘fast-start' financing to be... 

Green Scorpions start environmental compliance inspections

By: Creamer Media Reporter      28th September 2010 The Department of Environmental Affairs would embark on a six-month long campaign to inspect compliance to environmental legislation throughout the... 

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