Eastern Cape Works Towards Improving Education

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The Eastern Cape Province is working towards developing an E-Learning educational system to improve Matric results, says Director of e-Learning Summit Motse Mfuleni.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The Eastern Cape Province is working towards developing an E-Learning educational system to improve Matric results, says Director of e-Learning Summit Motse Mfuleni.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Labour Officials Visit Workers in Welkom

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Employees of Sparta Company in Welkom will today get an opportunity to interact with officials from the Department of Labour during a special visit to their company.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Employees of Sparta Company in Welkom will today get an opportunity to interact with officials from the Department of Labour during a special visit to their company.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Officials Implicated in Nkandla Scandal Paid Millions

[News24Wire] While no criminal proceedings were instituted against three officials implicated in the Special Investigations Unit’s (SIU) report on Nkandla, two of these officials each received salaries of more than R2m.

[News24Wire] While no criminal proceedings were instituted against three officials implicated in the Special Investigations Unit's (SIU) report on Nkandla, two of these officials each received salaries of more than R2m.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ramaphosa Marikana Apology ‘Opportunistic’

[News24Wire] Survivors of the Marikana massacre have rejected Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa’s apology for calling for “concomitant action” days before 34 miners were shot dead by police.

[News24Wire] Survivors of the Marikana massacre have rejected Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa's apology for calling for "concomitant action" days before 34 miners were shot dead by police.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Is CAPS United Ready for Zamalek?

[The Herald] HARARE giants are looking to have at least two training sessions under floodlights ahead of their trip to Egypt as they want to familiarise with the night conditions they will play in during their CAF Champions League group stage opener ag…

[The Herald] HARARE giants are looking to have at least two training sessions under floodlights ahead of their trip to Egypt as they want to familiarise with the night conditions they will play in during their CAF Champions League group stage opener against Zamalek.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Journalists – God-Sent or Devil’s Advocates?

[The Herald] Journalists in Africa and elsewhere around the globe last week celebrated World Press Freedom Day with marches, or meetings with stakeholders, including governments, as what happened in Zimbabwe, to underscore the significance of the fourt…

[The Herald] Journalists in Africa and elsewhere around the globe last week celebrated World Press Freedom Day with marches, or meetings with stakeholders, including governments, as what happened in Zimbabwe, to underscore the significance of the fourth estate in people's lives.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe