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SA Gov News 16h
The Presidential Cabinet Committee on is set to brief President on a daily basis on progress made to resolve the challenges at the power utility
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SA Gov News 16h
[Read] Cabinet has called on all eligible voters who have not registered to vote in the upcoming to do so at the offices of the which are still open across the country.
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SA Gov News 16h
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[Read] Drop everything for 30 minutes and read a book - that’s the message from Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga as she jumpstarted the reading revolution on Friday
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SA Gov News 16h
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[Read] The South African government has launched the campaign which aims to rally behind golden girl .
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SA Gov News 16h
The opened a new school in Soweto worth more than R57 million in an effort to ensure state-of-the-art infrastructure is provided to previously under-serviced communities.
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SA Gov News 17h
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For the full story on the launch of the National Reading Coalition follow
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SA Gov News 17h
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On the suggestion raised of reading as a separate subject-Minister Motshekga says it forms part of the language subjects
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SA Gov News 17h
Higher Education Minister Naledi Pandor is today expected to brief media on the outcomes of her meeting with SAUS and SRC Presidents regarding shutdown of institutions of higher learning
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SA Gov News 19h
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The enters into a plenary discussion where questions and suggestions are fielded. Among them a suggestion that reading for 30 minutes be made into policy. A further suggestion is made that children in higher grades read to younger children.
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SA Gov News 19h
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With this mobilisation campaign of - we honour AND declare the GREATNESS OF WOMEN - We pronounce that Let women have the freedom to be women IN OUR SPORTING SOCIETY
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SA Gov News 19h
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Govt has also launched a campaign declaring . Xasa says campaign will target various sectors of local and global community & through proper channels engage Human Rights organizations and eminent persons locally
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SA Gov News 19h
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Work in all the streams has commenced with the Legal Team ready to appear before CAS on Monday to present the case in support of the case lodged by both Athletic South Africa (ASA) &
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SA Gov News 19h
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says there is a third work stream constituted by the departmental personnel and its mandate is to raise public awareness and mobilise public support on the discriminatory nature of these
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SA Gov News 19h
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has established a high-level panel consisting of the Medical and Legal work-streams respectively. This panel consists of experts in both medical and legal fraternities who constitute the respective work streams.
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SA Gov News 19h
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Xasa says it important to take a moment to reflect on what these regulations truly mean for the little girl growing up in an African village with dreams of becoming a top sports woman
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SA Gov News 19h
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Xasa says govt interest is informed by our historical stance as a nation towards human rights and also if the proposed regulations go unchallenged will have a negative impact to
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SA Gov News 19h
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Xasa contend that the regulations are objectionable on numerous grounds, including that they compel women with no prior health complaints to undergo medical interventions to lower their testosterone levels
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SA Gov News 19h
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CEO Godwin Khosa gives a presentation of the National Reading Coalition and some of its work, which so far has highlighted the six areas of reading that need improvement & profiled reading initiatives in 25% circuits.
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SA Gov News 19h
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The IAAF introduced regulations that athletes, including , will have to reduce and then maintain their testosterone levels to no greater than five-nanomoles of testosterone per litre of blood (5nmol/L) by November 1, 2018 if they want to compete in events
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