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SA govt making efforts to secure growth, deal with unemployment – presidency

JOHANNESBURG, August 23 – President Cyril Ramaphosa’s government has made changes to visa regulations for tourists and highly skilled professionals, availed financial support for black farmers and black industrialists and upgraded industrial parks as part of efforts to secure economic growth and deal with unemployment, his office said on Friday. In a statement, the presidency […]

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Michael Komape family still seeking justice after leave to appeal denied

POLOKWANE, June 5 – The Polokwane High Court on Tuesday dismissed the Komape family’s application for leave to appeal against his decision to grant them no compensation for the trauma they suffered when their five-year-old son  fell into a pit toilet and drowned in faeces at the Mahlodumela Primary School in Limpopo in 2014. The family is claiming R780,000 […]

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ACDP welcomes non-discrimination regarding faiths following high court ruling

JOHANNESBURG, June 28 (ANA) – The African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) welcomed the ruling by the High Court in Johannesburg on Wednesday, regarding the non-discrimination of faiths and clarity regarding school governing body’s role. “The ACDP is delighted that the court did not halt the teaching of the Bible in schools. The court clearly stated […]

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Education Department to partner with Motsepe Foundation to host ABC Motsepe School Eisteddfod

SOLLY MAKGANOTO Johannesburg, June 28- The Departments of Basic Education, Arts and Culture, and the Motsepe Foundation will host the second annual ABC Motsepe Schools Eisteddfod. The national competition will take place from Tuesday, 04 July to Friday, 07 July 2017 at the Rhema Bible Church in Randburg, Johannesburg. The ABC Motsepe Schools Eisteddfod, formerly known as the South African […]