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SA Gov News 21m
Stakeholders make contributions to programme at national colloquium
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SA Gov News 1h
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies is due to attend the inaugural Intra-African Trade Fair , which gets underway in Cairo, Egypt, on Tuesday.
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SA Gov News 2h
. has published the reasons for its decisions on ’s Regulatory Clearings Account applications for year 2, 3 and 4 of the third Multi-Year Price Determination.
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SA Gov News 4h
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Despite corruption continuing to impede effective service delivery, the South African government has made significant strides in an effort to curb the scourge, says Public Service and Administration Director General Richard Levin
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SA Gov News 5h
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Story on dialogue to follow on
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SA Gov News 5h
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WATCH: Sister Rooikie Makatsa encourages sexual assault victims to seek medical attention with 72 hours of the incident
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SA Gov News 5h
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WATCH: Captain Cecilia Mabuya calls on victims to come forward and report cases
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SA Gov News 6h
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: Our government aims to reduce secondary victimisation, improve conviction rates and reduce the cycle time for finalization of cases
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SA Gov News 6h
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Kekana: Sexual exploitation of women knows no boundaries, patriarchy and women abuse happens to you whether you are in a church or at work
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SA Gov News 6h
. Minister Rob Davies has welcomed the Supreme Court of Appeal’s decision to dismiss the application of Micro Finance South Africa challenging the regulations reducing the interest rate on short-term loans.
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SA Gov News 6h
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At the podium, Kekana says everyday should be a day of activism against non-violence, especially against women in a country as violent as ours
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SA Gov News 7h
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Members of the community carrying placards with messages calling for an end to Photo:GCIS
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SA Gov News 8h
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Kekana has arrived at the local community hall. She is accompanied by officials from Ngwathe Municipality, and , amongst others, who will inform the community on the services rendered by gov departments in assisting victims of
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SA Gov News 8h
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Lebeya says the Hawks are in the process of capacitating the organizations. He says the organisation is not happy with where it is. Two senior positions have been filled in the provinces, two more to be advertised this month.
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SA Gov News 8h
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He says the SIU last year recouped R2.6 billion
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SA Gov News 8h
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Mothibi: we are seeing results in the anti-corruption space. We know the vulnerable sectors. They are health, construction etc. We making headway in the health sector regarding the registering of medical doctors. He adds that corruption detection has to improve
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SA Gov News 8h
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He urges whistleblowers needing to be on the witness protection programme to come forward.
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SA Gov News 8h
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Mothibi: we’ve seen a phenomenon of officials resigning amid investigations. We need to engage with possibly the PSC on how we deal with this.
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SA Gov News 8h
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Mothibi: once we receive allegations, they are assessed because we operate on the rule of law. We make sure they are within our scope of work. Once we’ve investigated, we come up with outcomes that we all want to see. 60% probes relate to procurement
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SA Gov News 8h
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WATCH: victims of are reluctant to name and shame the perpetrators because they feel unprotected
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