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R48 million budget for new ministerial mansions

In a presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Public Works, the Department of Public Works revealed it has budgeted R48 Million to acquire 6 additional Ministerial Houses within the 2017/18 financial year, Democratic Alliance Shadow Minister of Public Works Dr Malcom Figg said in a statement on Sunday. As a …

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Mugabe sacked by Party

Defiant Zimbabwean head of state, Robert Mugabe has been expelled as first secretary and president of ZANU-PF. His wife, Grace Mugabe has also been dismissed as the Party’s Women’s League Secretary. ZANU-PF Special Central Committee confirmed in a statement on Sunday, Mugabe has been told to step down from his …

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Kusile and Medupi projects should be put on ice

Slamming the brakes on the Kusile and Medupi projects in Mpumalanga and Lephalale in Limpopo respectively could go a long way in cutting much-needed costs at the power utility, according to recent Meridian Economics Report on Eskom. The report revealed that avoiding the completion of Kusile units 5 and 6 …

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The SABC board is misleading the public

It has been reported that at the press conference on Thursday evening, the South African Broadcasting Corporation [SABC] board claimed the verification of candidate’s credentials were still underway and no decision had been taken about its preferred applicant for the public broadcaster’s position of Group Chief Executive Officer [GCEO]. The …

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Situation in Zimbabwe a “great concern”

President Jacob Zuma on Friday urged parties involved in the unfolding political and security situation in Zimbabwe to maintain peace and security. The Zimbabwean military has allegedly taken control of State institutions and has confined President Robert Mugabe and his wife to their house, saying that it is targeting criminals …

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Barely a month into the job, SABC Board member resigns amid victimisation

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) board member Rachel Kalidass has resigned. In her resignation letter to Parliament on Thursday morning, Kalidass cited victimisation by fellow board members as a reason to call it a quit – following her objection to a preferred candidate for the Public Broadcasters’ Group Chief …

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Cabinet welcomes Ford investment

Cabinet on Thursday welcomed Ford Motor Company’s R3 billion investment into its Silverton plant in Tshwane. “This investment will result in the creation of direct and indirect jobs due to the expected increased production of its Ford Ranger model,” Communications Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane said. Earlier this month, the company announced its …

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SADC Organ Troika meets over tensions in Zimbabwe

President Jacob Zuma, in his capacity as chair of the Southern African Development Community (SADC), has called an urgent Organ Troika meeting to discuss the unfolding political and security situation in Zimbabwe. The meeting will be held at the SADC Secretariat headquarters in Gaborone, Botswana, on Thursday afternoon, SADC said …

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Holiday season in Northern Cape

The Northern Cape is South Africa’s largest province, with desert landscapes, wildlife and gemstones. Together with Botswana, it shares Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, whose red sand dunes shelter lions and falcons. Wild daisies and other springtime flowers carpet the typically arid plains of Namaqualand, a region stretching into Namibia. Holiday season …

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Eskom distances itself from Qoma’s utterances

Eskom has distanced itself from utterances made at the Parliamentary Inquiry by its board spokesperson Khulani Qoma. Power Utility was responding to damning evidence made by Qoma during the inquiry on Tuesday. Eskom chairman Zethembe Khoza said that the manner in which Qoma spoke about the shareholder representative, Department of …

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