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Cape Town’s Luxolo Ndabeni (20), one of the first 500 learner law enforcement officers to complete training and sign an employment contract with the City of Cape Town, urges residents to...

President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared a Special Official Funeral Category 2 in honour of Joseph Shabalala, the late founder of choral group Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

Shabalala passed away...

Practical and focused on execution -- this is how President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address (SONA) has been described by a number of Ministers in his Cabinet.

“It sets out...

To ensure citizens far and wide are able watch the live broadcast of the State of the Nation Address on Thursday, the Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) will host a number of...

Many people across the globe are today remembering the day on which former President Nelson Mandela raised his fist in the air as he made his way out of the Victor Verster prison, in a move that...

Each year the Government Employees Medical Scheme (GEMS) encourages its members to review their healthcare needs and make the decision on whether they wish to remain on their current benefit option or choose to move to a different option.
When teacher Mapula Rampedi realised 20 years ago that she was not making ends meet on her salary, she looked to her childhood for a solution. The daughter of a small-scale farmer who raised pigs and grew crops, and vegetables recalled how
Although rain is a blessing for farmers, it can bring with it an increased risk of animal diseases. Following the good rains that have recently fallen over parts of the country, the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development has
A Mpumalanga emerging farmer is ploughing ahead, having already won a prestigious award and secured a substantial contract for her maize. A young female maize farmer is taking giant leaps towards becoming a successful commercial farmer.
The brains of preschool children grow at an incredible rate and help lay the foundations of language, thinking and social and emotional development. Children from Upington in the Northern Cape are benefiting from 10 early childhood development (
An increase in diarrhoea cases, referred to as ‘surge season’, takes place between November and April annually, due to the warmer summer temperatures which promote the spread of germs. This is according to the City of Cape Town’

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