Daily Archives: November 4, 2016

Minister Angie Motshekga: Briefing on investigation into exam paper leak in Limpopo

Minister Angie Motshekga on the leakage of the Mathematics paper 2, in the 2016 national senior certificate examination, in the Limpopo province

Good morning and thank you for attending this special briefing session which follows the announcement we made earlier …

SOUTH AFRICA FORGES AHEAD WITH REFORM OF STATE-OWNED COMPANIES

PRETORIA, — The Inter-Ministerial Committee on State-Owned Companies (SOC) Reform has updated South Africa’s Cabinet on progress in the work it has done to ensure that all State-owned entities are efficiently run and financially viable.

The SOC reform committee, chaired …

South Africa: MEC Belinda Scott Encourages Grade 12 Learners At Kwathintwa High School

Preparations for grade 12 examinations at KwaThintwa High School got a shot in the arm today when KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Finance, Mrs Belinda Scott, visited the school to encourage learners as they write their final exams.

MEC Scott urged learners …

Explosive Hazards in South Sudan Put Residents at Risk

WASHINGTON � Four months after fighting broke out in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, the United Nations Mine Action Service says that it is still working to clear explosive hazards around the city and that the situation in the rest of …

Over 1000 new academics needed in higher education

The higher education sector will need to recruit at least 1 200 new academics per annum to respond to historical backlogs for staff attrition and to accommodate planned growth, says Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande.

Minister Nzimande made …