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DBSA holds developmental line despite fall in disbursements 

By: Terence Creamer     25th June 2010 South Africa's State-owned Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), which is a key financier of municipal infrastructure, reported a 11,3% fall... 

Toll fee announcement expected in October – Sanral

By: Irma Venter     24th June 2010 Gauteng motorists should know by October exactly how much they would pay a kilometre to travel on Gauteng's new and improved freeways, said South... 

Zille walks out of toilet meeting 

By: Sapa     24th June 2010 Western Cape Premier Helen Zille walked out of a meeting on Cape Town's toilet wars on Thursday after what she said was another threat by the... 

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Polity – News this Week

By: Bradley Dubbelman     24th June 2010 A roundup of news this week. 

Anti-corruption, pollution conditions for Eskom loan

By: Sapa     24th June 2010 Eskom's World Bank loan is subject to conditions on combating corruption and mitigating the impact of greenhouse gas pollution, Finance Minister... 

Government attempts to fight cyber crime

By: Sapa     24th June 2010 There are processes in place to deal with cyber security in South Africa, the Communications Department said on Thursday.  

Minister undertakes implementation Older Persons Act

By: Sapa     24th June 2010 There was an urgent need to finalise the implementation of the Older Persons Act, Social Development Deputy Minister Bathabile Dlamini said on... 

SA economy undergoing recovery — SARB

By: Sapa     24th June 2010 South Africa's economy has undergone nine consecutive months of recovery supported by both domestic and international demand, the South African... 

Affirmative action not for foreigners — Minister 

By: Sapa     23rd June 2010 South Africa's affirmative action laws do not apply to foreigners working in the country, Labour Minister Membathisi Mdladlana said on Wednesday. 

Cosatu, SACP raise concerns about tickets for MPLs

By: Sapa     23rd June 2010 The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) and the South African Communist Party (SACP) on Wednesday said that they did not support the... 

Nersa to publish revised energy efficiency regulatory rules by Sept

By: Christy van der Merwe     23rd June 2010 The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) has published a consultation paper on the revision of regulatory rules for energy efficiency... 

SA to push for cure to economic imbalances at G20 - Gordhan

By: Loni Prinsloo     23rd June 2010 South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Wednesday that the world has been suffering from an economic imbalance for years, and that... 

World Cup expected to rake in billions

By: Sapa     23rd June 2010 Tourism from the 2010 FIFA World Cup is expected to rake in an estimated R27-billion, SA Tourism said on Wednesday.  

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