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Nigeria Google Nigeria Holds Launchpad Bootcamp
Google Nigeria held its inaugural Launchpad Start Bootcamp in the country in collaboration with CCHub, an incubation centre in Yaba, Lagos.
South Africa South Africa: Deputy President to Visit Automotive Centre
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will tomorrow chair the final meeting of the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) for the 2016/17 financial year. The Presidency on Thursday said the meeting will be held at the Gauteng Automotive Learning Centre in Rosslyn, in Tshwane. The HRDC, chaired by Deputy President Ramaphosa, is a national advisory body established by government to foster partnerships among various stakeholders, with the aim of developing skills that can move the South African eco ...
South Africa South Africa: SA and Zimbabwe Seek Greater Implementation of Agreement
With South Africa and Zimbabwe’s bilateral, economic and social relations solidifying each year, the neighbouring countries have expressed a need for the urgent implementation of the agreements and MoUs to better the lives of ordinary citizens. Underpinned by strong historical ties dating back many years, the two SADC countries have already signed more than 40 MoUs and agreements. These cover a broad range of areas, including trade and investment, immigration, defence, transport, agriculture, e ...
South Africa South Africa: OR Tambo Youth Exchange Programme Launched
The Department of Tourism, OR Tambo District Municipality and Ekurhuleni Metro have launched a youth exchange programme named after the struggle liberation stalwart. Under the inaugural OR Tambo Youth Exchange Programme, a group of 200 learners from OR Tambo District Municipality in the Eastern Cape has visited Gauteng attractions, including the OR Tambo Cultural Precinct. An equal number of learners from Ekurhuleni in Gauteng has visited the birthplace of OR Tambo in Mbizana Local Municipality ...
South Africa South Africa: Post Office Toast SA Wine Industry
The South African Post Office (Sapo) has paid tribute to the South African wine industry through a set of five small international letter rate stamps and a commemorative envelope that will be issued on Friday. The stamps were by designed by Rachel-Mari Ackermann of the SA Post Office. “The stamps cost R45.75 for a set of five and a commemorative envelope costs R48.75. They are available from all major post offices and can be ordered from SA.stamps@postoffice.co.za,” the post office said.
South Africa South Africa: SADC Looks to Diversification to Grow Regional Economy
Partnering with the private sector will unlock avenues that southern African governments alone cannot attain, says President Jacob Zuma. “The diversification of our economies and industrialisation will ultimately put the region on its rightful path as a global economic player,” said President Jacob Zuma, who is also the chair of the SADC regional bloc, on Tuesday. Tshwane assumed the chair of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) in August, with its tenure theme being ‘Partnering w ...
South Africa South Africa: SA and Zimbabwe Sign More Agreements
South Africa and Zimbabwe on Tuesday signed several agreements, which they say will further improve relations between them. The agreements are in the areas of energy, environment, information communications technologies and sports and recreation. They were signed during the second session of the Bi-National Commission, co-chaired by President Jacob Zuma and President Robert Mugabe in Tshwane. These new agreements are an addition to the 40 bilateral agreements and memoranda of understanding (M ...
South Africa South Africa: Beitbridge Border in for a Major Overhaul
South Africa and Zimbabwe have established a joint committee to work on improving operations at the Beitbridge border post. Beitbridge is the busiest road border on the continent, with much of the goods and services between Zimbabwe and South Africa passing through this strategic point. During the peak of the festive season in 2016, over 31 000 travellers passed through the border daily. On Tuesday, President Jacob Zuma announced that a joint technical committee will be established with offici ...
South Africa South Africa: How Coega is Boosting the Local Economy
Located in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality, the Coega Industrial Development Zone (Coega IDZ) is a world class infrastructure which provides the integration of services and industries with the rest of the African Continent and the World. The Coega IDZ is one of several efforts by government to create economic development and growth opportunities for the people of the Eastern Cape. Developed and managed by the Coega Development Corporation (CDC), the Coega IDZ aims to drive loc ...
South Africa South Africa: SAPS Uses Social Media to Monitor Service Delivery
South Africans can now report service delivery complaints regarding the police directly to Minister Fikile Mbalula. Known as #MyPoliceStation, the Police Minister Mbalula said the campaign is critical, as many people visit police stations in distress. “This campaign has been motivated by many cases reported to me, in particular, the case of Constable LC Phaswane of Sandton police station, who used State resources to deal with her personal issues while ignoring our people who came for service,” ...
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