South Africa’s eighth Special Economic Zone, the Maluti-a-Phofung SEZ, already has over R1-billion of investments and is set to create thousands of jobs in the Free State.
President Jacob Zuma recently launched Maluti-a-Phofung Special
The Organisation of Africa Unity, established in May 1963, made our continent the first to foster nation building through unity and freedom. To celebrate the OAU and its successor, the African Union, the Department of Arts and
The Department of Cooperative Governance’s Community Work Programme gives meaningful work opportunities to the poor. Now the programme is helping their children get a better start in life.
Cynthia Molehe’s grandfather
Educator Sara Motsitsi won first prize for Technology-Enhanced Teaching and Learning at the 2017 National Teacher Awards.
Maths is fun for the Grade 4 kids in Sara Motsitsi’s classroom, thanks to their IT-savvy teacher’s enthusiasm
The Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) is tackling poverty and underdevelopment in our communities by creating opportunities for skills transfer and the delivery of public assets and services.
The EPWP is playing a role in alleviating
Delicate knee surgery carried out with the help of robotics at Mitchells Plain hospital is the first of its kind in South Africa.
Surgeons Dr Paul Rowe and Dr Yusuf Hassan recently performed the first robotic knee replacement surgery of its kind