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WATCH: “Let’s put people before profits” – Gigaba

Speaking at Brand South Africa’s Thought Leadership Breakfast at the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa, finance minister, Malusi Gigaba, called on business to...
Jacob Zuma in Durban

South Africa acts against xenophobia

"No grievance can ever justify the cold-blooded murder of fellow human beings, the destruction of property, or the displacement of hundreds of people - including women and small children," says President Jacob Zuma, who has set up a ministerial task team to help stop the attacks against foreign nationals in Durban and Johannesburg.

Get your smart card ID at your nearest bank

South African citizens will be able to apply for their smart card ID cards at Home Affairs kiosks in FNB and Standard Bank branches as part of a pilot project set to start in April, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said at a media briefing on Tuesday.

Home Affairs issues more than 1m smart ID cards

By replacing outdated systems with new and secure technologies, the Department of Home Affairs is confident it will reach its target of issuing smart ID cards to 1.6-million citizens by the end of the 2014/15 financial year.

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba clarifies new travel rules

On Tuesday 16 September Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba announced that new travel regulations for children will be postponed until June 2015, and clarified the need for and effectiveness of the immigration reform.

Consultants to get Medupi on track

Consultants to get Medupi on track

South African Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba, saying he was "extremely disturbed" by further delays to the completion of Eskom's Medupi coal-fired power station, has brought in independent consultants to get the state company's build programme running efficiently.
Capital expenditure remains robust

Call for US to invest in South Africa

Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba, speaking at the inaugural South Africa-United States business summit in Johannesburg on Monday, called on the US to invest in South Africa as it embarked on a state-led infrastructure drive that would transform the country's economic landscape.

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