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28 March 2017
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22 Mar 2017
SA: Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Committee calls on Minister to provide report on the Brazilian meat scandal
The Portfolio Committee on Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries today received a briefing from the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) on the National Food and Nutrition...
07 Mar 2017
Identify employment history embellishments
CV embellishment is commonly practiced by job applicants who want to hide something or wish to appear more qualified than they truly are. While some aspects of CV embellishment are illegal, such as...
28 Feb 2017
SACP GP: SACP dismisses with contempt DA-EFF coalition's motion of no confidence against David Makhura
The South African Communist Party (SACP) in Gauteng Province dismisses with contempt the mischievous and grand-standing motion of no confidence tabled by a coalition of the right-wing conservative...
Gauteng: Statement by MEC Sizakele Nkosi on the Post State of Province Address
Introduction The Premier’s State of the Province Address provided the basis for the Provincial Government’s Programme of Action for the 2016/17 financial year.
NT: Publication of regulatory amendments for tax free savings accounts
The National Treasury will shortly publish final amendments to tax free savings accounts regulations for the year beginning 1 March 2017. The amendments spell out a process for transfers, clarify...
27 Feb 2017
Is South Africa ‘feeding its people toxins’, as the IFP alleges?
“Why is South Africa poisoning its people?” asked Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, the leader of the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), in a statement released late last year. This was after the party lodged...
24 Feb 2017
UP: Justice Albie Sachs remembers OR Tambo's crucial role in South Africa's constitutional democracy
Through his activism over the decades, lawyer, revolutionary and politician– Oliver Reginald Tambo– left a lasting impression on South Africa and its Constitution. In celebration of his legacy, the...
22 Feb 2017
HSRC launches fifth HIV study
The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) on Wednesday said in a statement that 60 000 South Africans would be approached to participate in the country’s fifth HIV and Health study. The 2017 HIV...
14 Feb 2017
MPs must “find their moral compass” – Radebe
Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe on Tuesday appealed to MPs to “find their moral compass” and help restore decorum in Parliament. Opening the debate on President Jacob Zuma’s State of the...
31 Jan 2017
SAPS: Police on arrest of Mpumalanga men on charges relating to rhino poaching
This week during an intelligence-driven operation, a South African Police National Intervention Team arrested six Mpumalanga men in connection with a spate of rhino poaching cases in the Hluhluwe...
Curb your enthusiasm: there are limits to the 'Gambia-effect' for the rest of Africa
As the new Gambian President Adama Barrow settles in, regional organisations are being lauded for playing a key role in ensuring a democratic and peaceful transition. The Economic Community of West...
Why microbes are key to solving Africa's food security crisis
AgFunder, an online investment platform, just announced its innovation award winners. Topping the list was Biome Makers, a startup company that takes advantage of the natural agricultural...
26 Jan 2017
JPSA: JPSA welcomes news of further corruption busts and investigations
Justice Project South Africa is delighted to note that some action is finally being taken to tackle the rampant corruption in driving and vehicle licensing centres within the City of Johannesburg...
25 Jan 2017
DBE: Basic Education on education for black youths
Not for the first time in the last year or so, media reports this week have again incorrectly announced that black and coloured youths are less likely to complete university today than in previous...
Gauteng: MEC Ismail Vadi dismisses assertions by DA’s Campbell on DLTC corruption
Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Ismail Vadi, rejects the assertion by DA MPL Neil Campbell that “patent corruption (at DLTCs) has been allowed to fester under the eyes of MEC Vadi for years...
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