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COVID-19 vaccine: Africa begins its vaccination journey

March 5, 2021 marked the one-year anniversary of South Africa’s very first confirmed CoVID-19 case. The country, the continent, and the world has since...

BRAND SOUTH AFRICA AND BRAND FINANCE ANNOUNCE TOP 50 SOUTH AFRICAN BRANDS

MTN retains title of nation’s most valuable brand, valued at R49.4 billion Life Healthcare is South Africa’s fastest growing brand, up 29% and...

The fight against COVID-19 – how Africans are embodying the true meaning of Africa...

Since its establishment almost 60 years ago, the African Union has dedicated a day, and a month, to the importance of unity amongst its...

A note to all South Africans – you are leaders in your own rights,...

COVID-19 as an opportunity for South Africa to unite and create sustainable infrastructure for long-term socio-economic recovery By Thandi TobiasFor a long time, South Africa...

MESSAGE BY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA ON COVID-19 PANDEMIC THURSDAY, 9 APRIL 2020

My Fellow South Africans,At midnight tonight, it will be exactly two weeks since our country entered into an unprecedented nation-wide lockdown to contain the...

Department of Sport, Arts and Culture: COVID19 Sector relief framework and criteria

STATEMENTDepartment of Sport, Arts and Culture: Sector relief framework and criteriaOur country is dealing with a national emergency, as all efforts of the government,...

South Africa spends billions on mining towns

Mining houses, the government and other stakeholders are investing in improving socio- economic conditions in distressed mining towns and rural labour-sending areas. Among the R18- mbillion worth of interventions, are housing, health care and job creation initiatives.

South Africa sets aside billions to revitalise mining towns

The government has contributed R6-billion and mining companies more than R3-billion under the Special Presidential Package for Distressed Mining Towns. Projects include revitalising the towns, getting rid of informal settlements, and helping the home areas of migrant workers.

Working on Fire: saving lives, changing lives

working-on-fire-thumbSouth Africa's Working on Fire firefighting programme not only saves lives and billions of rands in property every year, it also changes for the better the lives of the ex-prisoners and once-destitute people who fight the fires.

Working on Fire: saving lives, changing lives

working-on-fire-thumbSouth Africa's Working on Fire firefighting programme not only saves lives and billions of rands in property every year, it also changes for the better the lives of the ex-prisoners and once-destitute people who fight the fires.