Opinion: ‘It’s our turn to move South Africa forward’
By Donald Liphoko, acting director-general of GCIS On Freedom Day millions of South Africans will celebrate the day that marks the occasion of our first...
Minister Michael Masutha on the matter of International Criminal Court and Sudanese President Omar...
President Jacob Zuma and President Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan discuss strengthening relations between South Africa and Sudan, 2 September 2015. (Photo: GCIS) We have called...
Public holiday on local elections date
To give all eligible South Africans the opportunity to vote in the local elections on 3 August 2016, the day has been declared a...
President Jacob Zuma appoints members to serve on the Board of Trustees of Brand...
President Jacob Zuma has appointed new members to serve on the Board of Trustees of the Brand South Africa Trust for a period of three years.
State of the Nation Address 2016
(Image: Getty Images) State of the Nation Address 2016: full speech State of the Nation Address by Jacob G Zuma, President of the Republic of South...
South Africa prepares for 2016 SONA
South Africa's plans for the annual State of the Nation address started last year and they are on track. In his speech, which officially opens Parliament, the President will speak to the nation on the performance of the country. It is also a chance to announce plans going forward.
South Africa in Davos: Zuma’s nine-point economic plan
As the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos begins this week, South Africa will present a positive message of robust growth for the country, including details of the nine-point plan for economic recovery first disclosed in the 2015 State of the Nation address.
Implementing the president’s nine-point plan
Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform, Gugile Nkwinti, addressed the media at the Economic Sectors, Employment and Infrastructure Development cluster meeting where he expanded on Jacob Zuma's nine-point plan that is designed to increase economic growth and create jobs.
Zuma to discuss fees impasse
With the South African government affirming its commitment to education funding, President Jacob Zuma is set to meet university management and student leaders on Friday to discuss the countrywide stalemate over fee increases.
Task team to explore university funding in South Africa
Funding, protests and transformation were discussed by President Jacob Zuma and the leadership of South African universities yesterday. Their meeting culminated in the president announcing that a task team would explore solutions to funding challenges.