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Learners urged to study Engineering

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Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor has urged high school learners, especially those that are in Grade 10 to 12, to consider taking Maths and Physical Science so they can study Engineering. … [Read more...]

No need for agents when registering a company

companies

The Department of Trade and Industry (dti) has urged the public not to use false agents and intermediaries when registering their companies at the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC). … [Read more...]

Early-bird success

tencent

South African media group Naspers has done sensationally well out of its investment in the Asian start-up Tencent Holdings. … [Read more...]

Airbus A350XWB lands in SA

Airbus A350XWB

The Airbus A350XWB - which is on a world tour -- landed in South Africa at the weekend, where it carried out crucial high airfield performance and auto-landing trials at OR Tambo International Airport. … [Read more...]

Houses built by women, for women

women houses

About 17 600 houses are expected to be built for women beneficiaries across the country, starting from Women's Day, 9 August. … [Read more...]

Mandela Day inspires reading culture

Nelson Mandela Day

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) will today launch its Book Flood Campaign in celebration of International Nelson Mandela Day. … [Read more...]

Nadine Gordimer passes away

Nadine Gordimer

President Jacob Zuma has conveyed his condolences following the passing of Nobel Prize winner and South African author Nadine Gordimer. … [Read more...]

Youth stand up to be counted

sa youth

Young people have urged government to involve them in policy making platforms and decisions that are aimed at addressing issues that affect them. … [Read more...]

Minister speaks on new immigration regulations

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Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom says the regulation of immigration matters is the constitutional responsibility of the Department of Home Affairs. … [Read more...]

University attendance low among blacks

UCT - University of Cape Town

University attendance for black South Africans remains low, Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) said on Wednesday. “Blacks don’t participate in universities to the same extent as whites and Indians. There’s just a too small number of … [Read more...]