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ANC Caucus Calls On Residents To Comment On The Gauteng Township Economic Development Bill

THE Gauteng provincial government has called on residents to comment on the Gauteng Township Economic Development Bill now under discussion, the ANC Caucus in...

Government Reprioritises R3.9 billion Towards Distressed Businesses

THE Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC) together with the Department of Small Business Development (DSBD) say they have started offering financial and...

R350 Social Relief Grant To Cost The Fiscus R27bn, Says Mboweni

THE reinstatement of the R350 COVID-19 Social Relief of Distress Grant will cost the South African fiscus R27 billion, according to Finance Minister Tito...

‘Shocking’: South Africa Slams Israel’s African Union Observer Status, Calling The AU Commission’s Move ‘Unjust and Unwarranted’

THE Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) has lambasted the African Union Commission over its decision to grant Israel observer status in the...

Western Cape High Court Dismisses Mkhwebane’s Application To Have Impeachment Rules Declared Unconstitutional

THE Western Cape High Court has dismissed Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's application to have the parliamentary impeachment rules declared unconstitutional. The ruling was handed down in Cape Town on Wednesday.  The...

US to ship 4 million Covid-19 vaccine doses to Nigeria, 5.66 million to South Africa

THE US government will on Wednesday ship nearly 10 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines to two of the most populous African countries – Nigeria...

DA To Bring PAIA Application for Disputed Intelligence Report On Recent Civil Unrest In KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng

DA leader John Steenhuisen said on Tuesday his party will bring the Promotion of Access to Information Act in order to obtain the intelligence...

South African Unions Agree To Public Sector Wage Deal, Says Minister

THE majority of public sector unions in South Africa have signed a one-year wage hike deal, a cabinet minister said on Tuesday, as government...

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