Daily Archives: September 20, 2018

Minister Ayanda Dlodlo: Inculcating the Constitutional Values and Principles, including the Batho Pele Principles, to build a values-driven Public Service

Address by Minister Ayanda Dlodlo on Inculcating the Constitutional Values and Principles, including the Batho Pele Principles, to build a values-driven Public Service

Honourable Premier of Gauteng, Mr David Makhura…

Something Needs to Be Done to Legislate Migration in a More Manageable Manner

In keeping with the main theme of this year’s Taking Parliament to the People pre-visit to Gauteng province: Impact of Migration � Deepening Cooperative Governance for Accelerated Service Delivery and …

Make public spaces safe

Cabinet has called on all sectors, communities and law-enforcement agencies, to work together, to ensure that schools and public spaces are safe and secure.

Addressing a post Cabinet media briefing …

RUSSIA A MAJOR MARKET FOR SOUTH AFRICAN FRESH PRODUCE

MOSCOW– Russia continues to be an important market for South African fresh produce, according to the Fresh Produce Exporters’ Forum (FPEF), an industry grouping.

Russia continues to be an important …

Corruption: getting to the belly of the beast

The Oxford Dictionary defines corruption as dishonesty or an illegal behaviour. Full stop. It ends there.

The results of Police Minister Bheki Cele’s recent dissection of the word are less …

Cape Town is a world leader in inclusive climate action that brings new opportunities to address inequality

STATEMENT BY THE CITY’S EXECUTIVE MAYOR, PATRICIA DE LILLE

This week, I returned from San Francisco where leading cities from across the globe � including the City of Cape Town …

Major drug consignment stopped in its tracks: Calvinia

The vigilant and swift policing of the SAPS K9 Unit in Calvinia stopped a major drug consignment, allegedly from Gauteng Province en route to the Western Cape, in its tracks. …