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OR Tambo to the National Consultative Conference in December 1990: “The idea of nonracialism has triumphed in the country. Even the National Party has finally...

Government needs to promote greater patterns of economic inclusion to bring about fundamental change in the structure of our economy.


Excellence is not an act but a habit, Minister of Sport and Recreation Thulas Nxesi tells the inspiring audience at the Region 5 African Union Sports Council Awards. Southern Africa’s top sportsmen and women were honoured at the Regional
Small businesses stand to benefit from a Mpumalanga government investment of more than R1-billion over the next five years. Mpumalanga means “place of the rising sun”, and a new programme announced in the 2017 provincial budget will
Our democratic system of governance vests legislative authority at the national sphere in Parliament. One of the key responsibilities of Parliament is the appropriation of funds used by government departments to implement programmes and provide
National government has committed to growing South Africa’s tourism industry. Over the next five years, they want to have 5-million guests visiting the country.  Speaking at the 2017 Southern Africa Association for the Conference
Youth Focus At the end of the recent Child Protection Week, Deputy Minister of Communication Thandi Mahambehlala called on young people to use the internet to empower themselves. She said it was easy for the internet to become a distraction
The recent drought reminds us that water must not be wasted. Both global leaders and South African youth are working to find sustainable ways to save our water, a precious resource essential for the growth of local communities and the national

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Dorris Simpson at dorris@gcis.gov.za
012 473 0065 or 083 273 1439
Lucas Makhubela at lucas@gcis.gov.za
012 473 0365 or 082 259 6864



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