President Jacob Zuma says tourism is a key job driver with tourist arrival numbers for 2016 increasing to nine million.
“We are thus pleased that our tourist arrival numbers for the period January to November 2016 increased to nine million
Starting from August 2017, South Africa will chair the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and use its tenure to fast-track the implementation of the SADC Industrial Strategy.
The country is accelerating the integration agenda
On 21 March, our nation will again observe Human Rights Day – a day on which we normally focus on the many rights enshrined in our Constitution; rights that did not exist when the apartheid regime perpetrated the Sharpeville Massacre of
During the State of the Nation Address (SoNA), President Jacob Zuma announced that the state will increase its power to use the Expropriation Act to pursue land reform and land redistribution, in line with the Constitution.
“It will be
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that the national minimum wage has been set at R20 per hour or R3 500 a month for those who work a 40-hour week.
Those who work a 45-hour week will have their minimum wage set at R3 900.
After a convincing win over Sri Lanka the Momentum Proteas have qualified for the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup to be held in the United Kingdom in June and July this year.
South Africa and India are the first to qualify and will join