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Johannesburg, Thursday 10 November 2016 – Brand South Africa heads to the Western Cape for its national programmes and media is invited to participate...
Through teaching young people skills and values such as tolerance, perseverance and resilience, Life Choices helps them to overcome their challenges and be the...
On Friday 14 August, Brand South Africa handed over prizes worth R50 000 to Cowen High School in Port Elizabeth. Cowen High School were...
Interactive boards and mobile devices are set to replace the traditional chalkboard and notebooks for Grade 12 students in Gauteng. The provincial department of education has started a province-wide rollout of technology to create paperless classrooms.
Thousands of jobs have been created through the New Build Programme of parastatals - particularly by Eskom and Transnet. The agencies are investing heavily in infrastructure, which will have a knock on effect on private sector investment and economic growth.
The main official observance of Human Rights Month will take place in Eastern Cape, to mark the 30th anniversary of the Uitenhage Massacre. The theme this year is "Celebrating the Freedom Charter, Enjoying Equal Human Rights for All".
Mpumalanga is making progress in the rehabilitation of the coal haulage network, which will mitigate the degradation of roads, says the premier. Construction of the Majuba railway is progressing well and the Moloto rail corridor development programme has been approved.
A tender process for the building of new nuclear power stations in South Africa will soon be introduced as the government wraps up workshops with potential vendor countries, such as Russia, France, China, South Korea and the US, the Presidency said on Wednesday.
South Africa dismantled its nuclear weapons programme in 1993 - and the country's progressive disarmament policies continue to play a significant role in the global nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation regime.
Launched in 2008, the literacy programme Kha Ri Gude has reached 3.4m people in South Africa. The community-based project enlists volunteers to teach all those over 15 years old basic literacy and numeracy in their mother tongues.