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JOB CREATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH WILL BE THE CORNERSTONE OF SOUTH AFRICA’S PARTICIPATION IN...

    Cabinet has announced South Africa’s participation at the EXPO2020 Dubai that will take place...

South Africa marks Africa Day

South Africa joined the rest of the continent in commemorating Africa Day on Sunday. Held on 25 May each year, Africa Day marks the anniversary of the formation of the Organisation of African Unity, now known as the African Union, in 1963.

Let’s pull together towards growth

"It is now time to roll up our sleeves and get down to business,” acting CEO of the GCIS, Phumla Williams in her latest opinion...

Inauguration preparations in full swing

Preparations are in full swing for Jacob Zuma's inauguration as South African President on Saturday. The event is expected to draw thousands of people, including around 40 current and former heads of state, to the Nelson Mandela Amphitheatre at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

Inauguration preparations in full swing

Preparations are in full swing for Jacob Zuma's inauguration as South African President on Saturday. The event is expected to draw thousands of people, including around 40 current and former heads of state, to the Nelson Mandela Amphitheatre at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

Business’ commitment to NDP welcomed

The government has welcomed Business Unity South Africa's post-election pledge to support the implementation of the National Development Plan, the country's 30-year growth and development framework for growing the economy while tackling unemployment, poverty and inequality.

20 years of freedom – closing the gender gap in SA society

This month, South Africa commemorates two decades of democratic freedom in the country and reflects on the journey taken to create a more equitable society for all citizens, says Phumla Williams, CEO of Government Communication and Information System (GCIS).

20 years of freedom – closing the gender gap in SA society

This month, South Africa commemorates two decades of democratic freedom in the country and reflects on the journey taken to create a more equitable society for all citizens, says Phumla Williams, CEO of Government Communication and Information System (GCIS).

SA’s true colours show on Freedom Friday

Wearing South African regalia and waving national flags, hundreds of members of the public joined in reminiscing and celebrating as the Freedom Friday campaign ended with a bang at the Rand Show in Johannesburg on Friday.

‘Let’s share our success stories’

In an invitation to all South Africans, government communications head Phumla Williams encourages citizens to celebrate 20 years of democracy by sharing their stories about how our lives have changed for the better. "Change is evident wherever we look," she says.