Posted in Technology

Africa’s booming retail sector set to attain China’s lofty standards

JOHANNESBURG: THE continent’s retail industry is earmarked for a boom, such as one experienced by current economic powerhouse China in the late 1980s, on the back of a rapidly increasing population and significant investments in the sector. The comparison with …

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Posted in News

Department of Women on attack by taxi driver on woman during 16 Days of Activism

Just two days ago President Jacob Zuma and Minister in the Presidency responsible for Women, Honourable Susan Shabangu urged every member of the society not to look away when violence against women and children transpires.

Today, two days since the …

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Posted in Food and Beverages

Freedom Park commemorates first slave walk, 29 Nov

Freedom Park will on Sunday 29 November 2015, commemorate the First Slave walk in Rural South Africa with the local communities, indigenous organizations, religious institutions and local government structures.

The historical Slave Walk is celebrated annually throughout the world did …

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Posted in Politics

Treasury will not stop transfer of funds to defaulting municipalities

On 13 March 2015 National Treasury warned 59 municipalities across the country that the March 2015 tranche of the Local Government Equitable Share (LGES) would be withheld because of their failure to pay creditors, including Eskom and Water Boards, as …

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Posted in Politics

Minister Senzeni Zokwana: Sheep handover event during Imbizo

Honourable Chairperson;

MEC Shushu,

Mayors present;

Municipal and Provincial representatives;

Dikgosi and their traditional councils

Farmers and representatives of farmers organisations;

Civil society;


Members of the media;

Distinguished guests,

Ladies and gentlemen.

Goeie more; dumelang;molweni; good morning, dumelang.

It …

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