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- Interfaith leaders urged to help address societal difficultiesInterfaith leaders urged to help address societal difficulties Deputy President Paul Mashatile has encouraged the church to help government to tackle societal challenges. “We strongly encourage the church, in its capacity as a moral and social leader, to engage in a collaborative effort with us to effectively tackle any societal… Read more »
- Matric final exams enter final weekMatric final exams enter final week Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says the department has done all it can to ensure that the final matric examinations for this year go smoothly. This as the matriculants enter the final week of exams with only six National Senior Certificate (NSC) papers left… Read more »
- Border Management Authority ramps up festive season operationsBorder Management Authority ramps up festive season operations The Border Management Authority (BMA) says it is implementing a comprehensive plan including longer border post operating times and more boots on the ground for its festive season operations. This according to the BMA Commissioner Dr Michael Masiapato who was addressing a… Read more »
- Sting operation prevents trafficking of 443 childrenSting operation prevents trafficking of 443 children A joint sting operation between the Border Management Authority (BMA), Home Affairs and the South African Police Service has stopped more than 40 buses travelling into South Africa through the Beitbridge Border Post carrying children who are alleged to have been trafficked. This… Read more »
- President Ramaphosa pleased with milestones at COP28President Ramaphosa pleased with milestones at COP28 President Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed satisfaction with the level of engagements at the Conference of Parties (COP28). This as the President concluded his official visit to Dubai, United Arab Emirates on Saturday. The COP28 outcome also included the setting up of a loss… Read more »
- Developing countries must stand as one - President RamaphosaDeveloping countries must stand as one - President Ramaphosa President Cyril Ramaphosa has urged member countries of the G77+China to “stand together in solidarity, to support each other and to speak with one voice at COP 28”. The President was speaking at the inaugural G77+China Summit on Climate Change held… Read more »
- Mashatile launches SA Chapter of the Global Alliance to End AIDS in Children by 2030Mashatile launches SA Chapter of the Global Alliance to End AIDS in Children by 2030 Deputy President Paul Mashatile officially launched the South African Chapter of the Global Alliance to End AIDS in Children by 2030, led by his wife, Humile Mashatile. “We are concerned with HIV treatment gaps in… Read more »
- Mashatile rallies communities to be involved in HIV interventionsMashatile rallies communities to be involved in HIV interventions Deputy President Paul Mashatile has called on communities to actively participate in interventions to combat stigma, discrimination, and human rights violations affecting people living and affected by HIV/AIDS. “History demonstrates that when communities unite, any challenge can be overcome. Our combined… Read more »
- Multilateralism key to dealing with climate changeMultilateralism key to dealing with climate change President Cyril Ramaphosa has urged global leaders to continue working together in efforts to tackle climate change as unilateralism can have detrimental result on developing economies. “Multilateralism must remain central to global climate action. Unilateral, coercive and trade-distorting measures, such as carbon adjustment… Read more »
- Govt, community-based organisations meet on housingGovt, community-based organisations meet on housing Human Settlements Minister, Mmamoloko Kubayi, has commended the long history of community-based organisations (CBOs) in advocating for people-centred and community-driven approaches to development. “These organisations have played an important role in facilitating community participation in the delivery of sustainable integrated human settlements,” Kubayi said.… Read more »
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