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Mandarin to be offered in SA state schools

Mandarin to be offered in SA state schools

Mandarin has been added to the school curriculum as a subject choice at South Africa's state schools. Pupils at schools that have the resources to teach the Chinese language will be able to choose it as a second additional language from January 2016.

South African state visit to China a ‘tremendous and fruitful success’

South African President Jacob Zuma has described his state visit to the People’s Republic of China as a “tremendous and fruitful success” following official talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping during the two-day visit to Beijing.

Zuma on two-day state visit to China

Zuma on two-day state visit to China

President Jacob Zuma is currently on a two-day state visit to China, aimed at consolidating and strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries and securing support for South Africa's industrialisation agenda.
2014 guide to school and public holidays

2014 guide to school and public holidays

The school terms in South Africa are set annually by the Department of Basic Education. This year, all government schools have the same calendar - including an extended break at the end of April that includes three extra school holidays. Find all the dates you need in this handy guide.
Cranes boost for SA port productivity

Cranes boost for SA port productivity

South African state company Transnet has unveiled seven new ship-to-shore cranes at the Durban Container Terminal Pier 2 as part of its accelerated crane fleet acquisition programme to drive productivity and boost efficiency.
Cape Town to get cruise liner terminal

Cape Town to get cruise liner terminal

South African state company Transnet has given the go-ahead for a dedicated berthing terminal for cruise liners in Cape Town's Table Bay Harbour, opening the way for more international cruise liner operators to include Cape Town on their itineraries.
Trade Port to boost KZN exports

Durban dug-out port to boost SA trade

South African state company Transnet has signed a R1.8-billion deal to buy the old Durban International Airport, which will be turned into a multibillion-rand dug-out port that will boost the country's competitive edge while creating thousands of new jobs.
Reducing the World Cup carbon footprint

French loan to fund Eskom wind project

South African state electricity company Eskom has secured a €100-million credit facility from French development finance group Agence Française de Developpement to finance the Sere Wind Project in the Western Cape.

State Visit: A Time to Reflect

Now the long awaited State visit to the UK by President Zuma has taken place, John Battersby reflects on the historic occasion.

Gallery: Jacob Zuma’s UK state visit

See the highlights of South African President Jacob Zuma's three-day state visit to the UK, where he and his entourage met with Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Edward and other British luminaries.
Zuma's 2010 plan of action

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