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25 November 2015
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19 Oct 2015
SA: Cyril Ramaphosa: Address by Siuth African Deputy President, on the occasion of the 9th The SA-Sweden BNC, Stockholm, Sweden (19/10/2015)
Deputy Prime Minister, we are pleased to honour your invitation and wish to thank you for the warm welcome extended to me and the members of my delegation by the government and people of Sweden.
18 Oct 2015
SA: Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to co-chair 9th session of South Africa-Sweden Binational Commission
South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will tomorrow, Monday 19 October 2015 together with Swedish Deputy Prime Minister Asa Romson co-chair the 9th session of the SA-Sweden Binational...
16 Oct 2015
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa undertakes three-nation working visits to Sweden, Cuba and Mexico, 18 to 21 Oct
What's On
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected in Sweden, on Sunday 18 October 2015 to attend and co-chair the 8th session of the South Africa-Sweden Bi-National Commission scheduled for Stockholm...
GCIS: Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to undertake three-nation working visits to Sweden, Cuba and Mexico
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected in Sweden, on Sunday 18 October 2015 to attend and co-chair the 8th session of the South Africa-Sweden Bi-National Commission scheduled for Stockholm...
08 Oct 2015
MEDIA ALERT: The Embassy of Sweden and the National Research Foundation to host Swedish-South Africa Nobel Inspired Lecture Series
What's On
In celebration of the long-standing friendship between Sweden and South Africa along with the technological and scientific advances that spur development and improve conditions for humanity, the...
02 Oct 2015
SA defence companies urged to find balance between cooperation and competition
South African defence companies must be able to both compete and cooperate with each other. So affirmed Saab Grintek Defence (SGD) senior VP Micael Johansson on Thursday. "In South Africa and on...
01 Oct 2015
AfDB: African Development Bank speeds US $16-million relief for water and sanitation in Zimbabwe
The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) fast-tracked a grant of US $16-million on Wednesday, September 30, to help clean up the poorest suburbs of the Zimbabwean capital. The first stage of the...
30 Sep 2015
CCoCI: Janine Myburgh on ANC/Hitachi corruption
THE Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry supports every attempt to combat corruption which was cancer in our midst, said Ms Janine Myburgh, President of the Chamber. The Executive Director of the...
29 Sep 2015
Why African energy choices need to be low carbon: for the continent’s own sake
Africa is the poorest continent, with the fastest growing population. Rapid and sustained economic development is needed to overcome poverty. This development will need energy, and lots of it. The...
25 Sep 2015
Explainer: what are the UN sustainable development goals?
At the end of one of the largest summits at the United Nations headquarters in New York, government representatives from all over the world will sign a commitment to new global development goals....
22 Sep 2015
How low-tech farming innovations can make African farmers climate-resilient
Scientists, politicians and the Pope are not the only ones calling for action on climate change these days. Farmers are observing changes in rainfall, temperature and other patterns in weather that...
17 Sep 2015
S Africa third in global budget index
South Africa was ranked third in the International Budget Partnership’s (IBP’s) 2015 Open Budget Index (OBI) survey, which measured governments’ budget transparency, citizen participation and...
NT: South Africa comes third in the 2015 Open Budget Index Survey
South Africa came in third, after New Zealand and Sweden, in the 2015 Open Budget Index (OBI) Survey, in recognition of the country’s commitment to a transparent budget process. Over the years,...
16 Sep 2015
Gridlocked: A long-term look at South Africa's electricity sector (September 2015)
Electricity generation in South Africa is changing, but whether the electricity grid will be able to adapt to these changes is uncertain. This paper presents an alternative frame for the current...
09 Sep 2015
Peace and Security Council Report No 73 (September 2015)
Kenya has briefed the PSC on its plans to either close or relocate Dadaab, the world’s largest refugee camp. Kenya argues that Dadaab is a hotbed of al-Shabaab activity. The PSC recently returned...
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