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SA Gov News 10h
[Read] Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has called on all municipalities to prioritise the maintenance of water and sanitation infrastructure to prevent pollution of dams and rivers
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SA Gov News 12h
[Read] Minister has congratulated on her election to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD)
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SA Gov News 14h
[Read] Rand Water has urged residents in Johannesburg not to stock water as a maintenance operation gets underway in the city
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SA Gov News Jun 23
President has met with members of the board to discuss reforms at the power utility.
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SA Gov News Jun 22
[Read] President has appointed 13 members to the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities for a period of five years.
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SA Gov News Jun 22
[Read] Six officers have been nabbed for alleged corruption in Mpumalanga following an anti-corruption drive by the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC).
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SA Gov News Jun 22
[Read] President has appointed five judges to the Supreme Court of Appeal
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SA Gov News Jun 21
[Read] on Friday welcomed the judgment handed down by the Pretoria High Court which instructed to pay back all the money it received from the power utility
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SA Gov News Jun 21
[Read] has welcomed President State of the Nation Address (SONA) which focused on the economy
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SA Gov News Jun 21
[Read] has called on the local community to use primary healthcare centres and local government clinics closer to their homes, in order to ensure the hospital uses its resources on critical patients
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SA Gov News Jun 21
[Read] South African food and beverage companies will showcase their products at the exhibition that will get underway this weekend
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South African Government Jun 20
President Cyril Ramaphosa: We need to ensure that public money stolen is returned and used to deliver services and much needed basic infrastructure to the poorest communities.
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South African Government Jun 20
President Ramaphosa: We are committed to building an ethical state in which there is no place for corruption, patronage, rent-seeking & plundering of public money. We want a corps of skilled and professional public servants of the highest moral standards
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South African Government Jun 20
President Ramaphosa: We want a South Africa with a high-tech economy where advances in e-health, robotics and remote medicine are applied as we roll out the National Health Insurance
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SA Gov News Jun 20
[Read] With much of President speech focusing on economic recovery, Minister Patel says the President’s announcement of 7 priority areas will be the country’s blueprint for the next five years
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SA Gov News Jun 20
[Pics] President in Parliament for the State of the Nation Address
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SA Gov News Jun 20
Replying to @CyrilRamaphosa
[Read] President on Thursday evening outlined his vision for government for the next five years, emphasising that a strong social compact was needed “if we are to achieve the South Africa we want”
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SA Gov News Jun 20
Higher Education, Science and Technology Minister Blade Nzimande said the President’s speech was not only inspiring but gave clear pointers especially in the area of opportunities for young people.
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SA Gov News Jun 20
[Read] With the country moving towards implementing , government will place special focus on youth development and employment
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SA Gov News Jun 20
[Read] President says accelerated land reform in rural and urban areas and a clear property rights regime is required to ensure faster economic growth
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