traditional leaders

STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA ON PROGRESS IN THE NATIONAL EFFORT TO CONTAIN THE...

  My fellow South Africans, This evening, I would like to talk to you about four...

HONOURING ISILO SAMABANDLA – KING GOODWILL ZWELITHINI KABHEKUZULU

Wena weNdlovu, Bayede! The country woke to the sad news of the passing of His Majesty, King Goodwill Zwelithini KaBhekuzulu on Friday. With messages of...

STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA ON ESCALATION OF MEASURES TO COMBAT COVID-19 EPIDEMIC

            My fellow South Africans, It is a week since we declared the coronavirus pandemic a national disaster...

ADDRESS BY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA AT THE JOINT SITTING OF PARLIAMENT ON THE CRISIS...

Speaker of the National Assembly, Ms Thandi Modise, Chairperson of the NCOP, Mr Amos Masondo, Honourable Members, I have called this special joint sitting of the...

Young South African town planner invited to present rural land development study in US

Mthobisi Masinga, a young forward-thinking town and regional planner from Pretoria, has been invited to present his innovative research on rural land development to...

Traditional leaders

SA's Constitution gives communities living under traditional law and custom the right to influence the way in which the country is run. Traditional leaders accordingly play an advisory role in government.

Research conference to find ways to drive the economy

With the theme "Driving South Africa’s Industrial Development Agenda", South Africa is to host its first Economic Research Advisory Network conference in East London later in March to find ways to boost the country's economy.

Call to help identify child-headed households

Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini has called on South Africans to help identify and locate child- and youth-headed households in the country, to ensure that they receive the necessary support from the government.

New minister wants end to mining strike

Ngoako Ramathlodi says his first order of business as new mineral resources minister will be to help facilitate an end to the four-month strike in South Africa's platinum mining belt. "Everyone would be keen to see the strike end as quickly as possible," Ramathlodi said after being sworn in to office on Monday.

New minister wants end to mining strike

Ngoako Ramathlodi says his first order of business as new mineral resources minister will be to help facilitate an end to the four-month strike in South Africa's platinum mining belt. "Everyone would be keen to see the strike end as quickly as possible," Ramathlodi said after being sworn in to office on Monday.