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21st May 2018 The election of Cyril Ramaphosa as President of the Republic of South African on 15 February 2018 was predictably met by a wave of optimism and... →
SA: Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba: Address by Minister of State Security, during the State Security Dept Budget Vote 2018/19, Parliament, Cape Town (18/05/2018)
18th May 2018 We do so knowing fully well that the task before us is not an easy one, yet we are encouraged by the spirit of our forebears on whose shoulders we... →
SA: Bathabile Dlamini: Address by Minister in the Presidency responsible for Women, on the occasion of the Budget vote of the Department of Women National Assembly, Parliament, Cape Town (17/05/2018)
18th May 2018 We stand before this august House to present the Budget Vote 13 of the Department of Women for the 2018/2019 financial year. →
SA: Derek Hanekom: Address by Minister of Tourism, during the Tourism Dept Budget Vote 2018/19, Cape Town (17/05/2018)
18th May 2018 It’s good to be back with you, members of the Portfolio Committee, and the dedicated public servants in the National Department of Tourism and at... →
SA: Siyabonga Cwele: Address by Minister Telecommunications and Postal Services, during the Telecommunications and Postal Services Dept Budget Vote 2018/19, Parliament, Cape Town (17/05/2018)
18th May 2018 It is a great honour to present a R923 million budget for the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services in this centenary year of... →
SA: Naledi Pandor: Address by Minister of Higher Education and Training, during the Higher Education and Training Dept Budget Vote 2018/19, Parliament, Cape Town (17/05/2018)
18th May 2018 The past three years have been characterised by events that will have a fundamental impact on the post-school education and training sector. I wish... →