Monthly Archives: April 2017

AFRICA VAN BOOST ITS GDP BY BRIDGING INFRASTRUCTURE GAP, WORLD BANK SAYS

ACCRA, Africa can greatly increase its per capita gross domestic product (GDP) if it is able to bridge the huge infrastructure gap in sectors of its economy, says the World Bank in its latest Africa Pulse report.

The 15th edition …

Nigerian Anti-graft Activists Want Further Action From Buhari

Anti-corruption activists in Nigeria say the president’s suspension of two top officials is only a first step and must be followed up with more action.

On Wednesday, Buhari suspended national intelligence agency chief Ayo Oke, who was linked to more …

Condolences for Philip Kgosana

Pretoria – President Jacob Zuma has extended his heartfelt condolences on the passing of Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) stalwart, freedom fighter and former Tshwane Metropolitan councillor, Philip Ata Kgosana.

The Presidency on Thursday said Kgosana led more than 30 000 …

Government, private sector partner to grow economy

Randfontein � The Gauteng Provincial Government is working with the private sector in an effort to inclusively grow the economy and create jobs, says Premier David Makhura.

As government embarks on the sixth National Imbizo Focus Week of the current …

Deputy Minister Barbara Thomson: Address during clean-up campaign and hand over of waste trolleys

Deputy Minister Ms Barbara Thomson’s speech during the clean-up campaign and hand over of waste trolleys at Mooiriver, Mpofana Local Municipality

Programme Director, you will recall that President Zuma in his address to the nation declared 2017 as the year …