Deepening Democracy through Access to Information

Dennis Ndaba

Du Preez calls for economic Codesa to plot the way forward

28th July 2011 Journalist and social analyst Max du Preez has called for an 'economic Convention for a Democratic South Africa (Codesa)' to negotiate the way... 

Sexwale stresses importance of property ownership

12th May 2011 Human Settlement Minister Tokyo Sexwale on Thursday emphasised the importance of property ownership at the 43rd South African Property Owners... 

Tembisa seeks to draw lessons from some of Soweto’s rejuvenation successes

21st April 2011 Tembisa (‘promise’, in the Nguni language), north-east of Johannesburg, is receiving a facelift that seeks to reverse apartheid-style planning from... 


Pikoli says SA should do more to combat fraud and corruption

16th November 2010 Former National Prosecution Authority director and now Gobodo Incorporated Forensic Investigations director Vusi Pikoli says that South Africa is... 

Property Charter shows commitment to transformation – Doidge

26th October 2010 Public Works Minister Geoff Doidge said on Tuesday that the Property Charter would provide a statement of commitment by the property sector to a... 

Sexwale warns building hijackers, as State looks to inner city to close housing deficit

20th October 2010 Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale says that because the housing backlog is a "very large one", his department will seek to tap the potential... 

Public Works to announce new DG next week

13th May 2010 A new director general (DG) for the Public Works department will be announced on Wednesday, after Parliament has ratified the appointment, Public... 

R23bn needed to prevent collapse of SA's sewage systems

29th April 2010 South Africa would need about R23-billion to prevent the country's wastewater treatment works from collapsing, Water and Environmental Affairs... 

No contradiction in ‘poor’ Africa hosting a FIFA World Cup, Jordaan insists

26th April 2010 The CEO of the World Cup Local Organising Committee (LOC) Danny Jordaan argued on Monday that, while it could not be denied that South Africa and... 

Fight against housing corruption begins to gain traction with over 900 arrests

16th April 2010 One of the challenges facing the Department of Human Settlements (DHS) is housing service delivery, with a backlog of about 2,2-million units. 

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