Deputy Minister Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu – Conference of States Parties to Convention On the Rights of Persons With Disabilities

[Govt of SA] Statement by Ms. Hendrietta Ipeleng Bogopane-Zulu Deputy Minister for Social Development of the Republic of South Africa to the 11th Session of the Conference of States parties to the Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities

[Govt of SA] Statement by Ms. Hendrietta Ipeleng Bogopane-Zulu Deputy Minister for Social Development of the Republic of South Africa to the 11th Session of the Conference of States parties to the Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities

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MEC Helen Saul’s-August On Ongoing Strike At Eastern Cape Health Facilities

[Govt of SA] Eastern Cape MEC for Health, Ms Helen Saul’s-August reminds Health Professionals that they signed an oath to serve as well as the applicable conditions which allows for the grievances and disputes to be attended to.

[Govt of SA] Eastern Cape MEC for Health, Ms Helen Saul's-August reminds Health Professionals that they signed an oath to serve as well as the applicable conditions which allows for the grievances and disputes to be attended to.

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Debating Mkhwebane’s Fitness to Hold the Office of Public Protector While Kicking the Can Beyond the 2019 Elections

[Daily Maverick] Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s appearance before Parliament’s justice committee on Wednesday left more questions than answers. Still, she enoyed the benefit of protection from parliamentary politicking, and kicking down the road…

[Daily Maverick] Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s appearance before Parliament’s justice committee on Wednesday left more questions than answers. Still, she enoyed the benefit of protection from parliamentary politicking, and kicking down the road a decision on an inquiry into her removal from office.

Rethinking Electricity Is Key to the Quest for Socio-Economic Transformation

[Daily Maverick] When speaking of transforming the nature and structure of the South African economy we need to ask: How do we invest in an energy sector that underpins an inclusive economy where a multitude of producers and players are able to take part?

[Daily Maverick] When speaking of transforming the nature and structure of the South African economy we need to ask: How do we invest in an energy sector that underpins an inclusive economy where a multitude of producers and players are able to take part?

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Forensic Probe Fingers CEO At Sedibeng Water

[Daily Maverick] A vital lifeline to the driest parts of the north-western reaches of South Africa has been in the spotlight with allegations of tender fraud made against two top officials, leading to their suspension.

[Daily Maverick] A vital lifeline to the driest parts of the north-western reaches of South Africa has been in the spotlight with allegations of tender fraud made against two top officials, leading to their suspension.

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Removing Motsoaledi Will Not End the Health Crisis

[Daily Maverick] The rot in the healthcare system is far too deep for anything other than a fundamental overhaul and a deep cleansing of corrupt officials to do the trick.

[Daily Maverick] The rot in the healthcare system is far too deep for anything other than a fundamental overhaul and a deep cleansing of corrupt officials to do the trick.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Do the Right Thing, Liberia!!! – the IMF, a Friend – Not an ‘Enemy’ Has Spoken

[FrontPageAfrica] THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND(IMF) has been one of Liberia’s strategic partners for years. The monetary body regularly dispatch delegations to Liberia to assess the outlook of the economy, offer suggestions on how the government cou…

[FrontPageAfrica] THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND(IMF) has been one of Liberia's strategic partners for years. The monetary body regularly dispatch delegations to Liberia to assess the outlook of the economy, offer suggestions on how the government could take steps to improve existing framework or what is necessary to make the economy stronger, so that Liberians can reap the benefit of their natural resources and get the best sound financial responsibility of the government of the day.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

G7 Leaders Urged to Make Gender Inequality and Patriarchy History

[Daily Maverick] As the richest economies in the world, G7 countries can bring about far-reaching systemic changes envisaged in the global agenda for sustainable development. The impact of G7 countries goes well beyond their borders. We have told leade…

[Daily Maverick] As the richest economies in the world, G7 countries can bring about far-reaching systemic changes envisaged in the global agenda for sustainable development. The impact of G7 countries goes well beyond their borders. We have told leaders that they must use this unique footprint for the benefit of women and girls.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

From R9.3 Million to R3.7 Million – the Story of the Parliament Top Four’s New Wheel

[Daily Maverick] The Ministerial Handbook could do with some revision when it comes to the largesse it bestows on our driven officials and their deputies. In case of the Parliament’s top four officers’s new cars, at least some of the breaks designed to…

[Daily Maverick] The Ministerial Handbook could do with some revision when it comes to the largesse it bestows on our driven officials and their deputies. In case of the Parliament's top four officers's new cars, at least some of the breaks designed to limit wasteful spending actually worked.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Pearston Police Crack the Whip On Mohair Theft

[SAPS] The Cluster Commander for Graaff-Reinet, Brigadier Rudolph Adolph commended the outstanding efforts of our men in blue as they continue in their actions in ‘taking back the streets’ from criminals and gaining public confidence from the community…

[SAPS] The Cluster Commander for Graaff-Reinet, Brigadier Rudolph Adolph commended the outstanding efforts of our men in blue as they continue in their actions in 'taking back the streets' from criminals and gaining public confidence from the community they serve. As part of the SAPS vigilant back to basics approach to policing by members of the Graaff-Reinet Cluster, it resulted in the arrest of a 34-year-old male suspect for the possession of suspected stolen goods. Due to the swift action by members of Pearsto

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