Working relations between the countrys media houses, political reporters and government is expected to improve following the launch of the Presidential Press Corps.
Motorists are set to benefit from the new fuel pricing formula which comes into effect this week, and will pay about R1-billion less per year than they would have under the old system.
The days of selling their wares in the open will be over for arts and craft traders in North West province when a cultural village is completed within the next few months.
A new earnings threshold governing overtime pay comes into effect this month - aimed at enabling workers who earn less than R115 572 per annum to qualify automatically for overtime pay.
A R500-million air traffic control system to be put into operation at Johannesburg International Airport will make South African air space one of the worlds safest.
A small municipality in southern KwaZulu-Natal has solved its office accommodation problems and created a potential tourist attraction by building a new R4.6-million railway station.
The Marketing Federation of Southern Africa was officially launched on Wednesday, with some 250 government dignitaries, marketing opinion leaders and journalists attending a breakfast event in Johannesburg.
Taxi operators, commuters and traders will benefit from a partnership between the SA National Taxi Council and property development company Taxiprop-BR in terms of which taxis and bus ranks will be transformed into retail and vehicle centre hubs.
Serious crimes in the country are either stable or on the decline, thanks to a 10-year programme adopted by various departments, says Safety and Security Minister Charles Nqakula.
Nine months into financial year 2002/03 and governments provincial spending is said to be on track, with provinces having already spent R104.5-billion, or 71.1%, of their total budgets, according to the Third Quarterly Expenditure and Revenue Report.