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Transnet, has issued an urgent plea to the government to take decisive measures against the rampant theft of railway cables by criminals.
The government is receiving billions in foreign funding for a renewable energy plan, but it can’t get its act together.
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K.O put everything on the line during his Twitter rant and became vocal against the South African government’s ways of leading the country.
The Presidency of the Republic of South Africa announced that Sign Language is now South Africa’s 12th official language.
The House of Federation in Ethiopia has in today’s regular session decided to have them be organised in a regional state.
Zimbabwe has declared the end of severe blackouts that have interfered with businesses and millions of households.
Kenyan President Ruto has lifted a six-year ban on logging and opened up forests to harvest timber to create jobs for local people.
Kenya’s trade minister Moses Kuria in hot soup after attacking media outlets in the country, calling journalists uncivilized names.
Somalia violence has left at least eight people dead in gunbattles between local security forces and armed militiamen.
A group of curious children in DR Congo watch the excavator at work as the voices of the many victims of the earth’s elements are heard.
One inspiring example is the success story of Tumi Mdluli, a 35-year-old entrepreneur who benefited from these government interventions.
Many families who lost their homes during the devastating floods that hit KZN, in April 2022 are still living in emergency housing units.
The SA Post Office suffered repeated annual losses, while six thousand jobs are also on the line due to retrenchments.
An August 2022 investigation by the Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services (JICS) found that Bester likely escaped.
If people do not come from countries deemed “safe” by the UK, they cannot be sent back to their country of origin.
The government will over the next 12 months embark on efforts targeted at improving competitiveness in police call centre operations.
Tributes from the national government of South Africa and at least three major political parties have poured in following the death of AKA.
Canada’s Innu community announced it had filed suit against Quebec province’s state-owned power company, alleging it wrongfully destroyed the Indigenous group’s land.
The fight for abortion rights “isn’t over,” US President Joe Biden said Sunday, 50 years after a landmark Supreme Court ruling had guaranteed that right, before the court reversed itself last June.