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South Africa South Africa: Housing Project Gives Hope to Rural Vulindlela Community
Meet Andile*. He likes music and playing soccer with his friends, but most of the time he has to abandon this to take care of his grandfather’s needs. Every morning, the 12-year-old from the rural Taylors Halt in Vulindlela, outside Pietermaritzburg, starts his day at 5am. He has to get himself ready for school and tend to his wheelchair confined 60-year-old grandfather, who lost both his legs in the 1990s when doctors amputated him for medical reasons. Speaking to SAnews in isiZulu outsid ...
South Africa South Africa: General Electric’s Innovation Centre Welcome
Cabinet has welcomed the investment of a R500 million innovation centre by the United States’ multinational, General Electric (GE). In a statement, Cabinet said the investment is a demonstration that South Africa and the continent are viable investment destinations. This is the group’s 10th such centre globally and it’s the first in Africa.
South Africa South Africa: SA Ready to Host World Aids Conference
Cabinet says the country is ready to host the 21st International World Aids Conference from 18 to 22 July 2016 at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre in Durban. The beginning of the conference coincides with Nelson Mandela International Day on 18 July. Cabinet has encouraged South Africans to share their stories and showcase the positive turnaround in South Africa since the International AIDS Conference was last hosted in Durban in 2000.
South Africa South Africa: Documentary Shines Spotlight on Correctional System
A documentary that reveals how South Africa’s correctional system has transformed over the last 22 years will be launched on 29 June at the SABC’s M1 Studio in Auckland Park. The documentary will show how the correctional system has changed from prisons to corrections, where human rights and dignity are recognised and valued.
South Africa Kenya: Innovation Africa 2016: Industry & Government Eagerly Anticipate Africa’s leading Education & ICT Summit
Industry and government are looking forward with anticipation to Innovation Africa 2016, which will see the gathering of ministers and government officials at Africa’s leading annual education and ICT forum taking place from 20th to 22nd September 2016 at the Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. More than 30 African countries will be represented at the summit, allowing industry leaders and investors to engage in pre-scheduled meetings with ministers and officials.
South Africa South Africa: South Africa Marks the 40th Anniversary of the Historic 16 June 1976 Soweto Uprising
South Africa today marks the 40th anniversary of the historic 16 June 1976 Soweto uprising, where students united in the fight against an oppressive education system. Hundreds of students and young people were brutally killed by the apartheid security forces, while many were injured, imprisoned and tortured. Forty years on, the day is commemorated under the theme ‘Youth Moving South Africa Forward’. The theme recognises the role that the youth of South Africa has played, and continues to ...
South Africa South Africa: First Things First rolled out to Kwa-Zulu Natal Students
Government has rolled out the Higher Education and Training HIV/AIDS Programme (HEAIDS) First Things First HIV/TB/STIs and general health and wellness programme for students in KwaZulu-Natal. Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training Mduduzi Manana launched the programme at Thekwini College’s Melbourne Campus, in Durban, on Monday. This was the first activation of First Things First in the province this year.
South Africa South Africa: Forum Opens Opportunities for SABC
The 3rd forum on China-Africa Media Cooperation is opening up opportunities for the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) to enter into co-production on matters of mutual interest and training with the People’s Republic of China. Speaking to SAnews at the forum, which is currently underway in Beijing, China, SABC’s Chief Financial Officer James Aguma said the forum was significant. “The significance of this forum is twofold…firstly…it is very important for us to understand how othe ...
South Africa South Africa: Campaign to Protect Girls from HIV
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to launch the National HIV Prevention Campaign for Girls and Young Women at the Royal Agricultural Showgrounds in Pietermaritzburg on Friday. The three-year campaign will focus on HIV infection, unwanted pregnancies, school drop-out, sexual and gender-based violence, unemployment and a shortage of economic opportunities for girls and young women.
South Africa South Africa: Vaal Water Scheme to Ease Water Demand
Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane will today launch the Vaal Gamagara Water Supply Scheme in the Northern Cape. The scheme is expected to meet water demand up to the year 2030. The R18 billion water project includes the refurbishment of the existing Vaal Gamagara Water Treatment Plant near Delpoortshoop, the upgrade of pump stations and the construction of a 430-km long pipeline to run from Delpoortshoop to Black Rock.
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