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Elias Mawela appointed new Gauteng Commissioner

Lieutenant-General Elias Mawela is the new Provincial Commissioner of the South African Police Service (SAPS) in Gauteng. Parliament’s Portfolio committee Chairperson Mr Francois Beukman wished Lieutenant General Mawela well on this important posting on behalf of the committee. “Lieutenant-General Mawela is an experienced officer who is knowledgeable about operational response at national level. We trust […]

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EFF Manifesto broken down in 10 points

The unveiling of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) 2019 Manifesto Under the theme “Our land and jobs now” finally took place at Giant Stadium in Soshanguve on Saturday. EFF leader Julius Malema acknowledges the social ills that South Africans are facing and promised changes under the EFF leadership: Below are some of the important nuggets […]

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SONA 2019 scheduled for 7 February

This week President Cyril Ramaphosa is scheduled to address a joint sitting of the National Assembly (NA) and National Council of Provinces (NCOP). The 2019 State of the Nation Address (SONA) is scheduled for Thursday 7 February 2019 at 19h00. The theme for this year’s event is: “Following up on our commitments: Making Your Future […]

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Fake social media accounts in the name of the NCOP Chairperson

The Office of the Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces has noted with grave concern the mushrooming of fictitious social media accounts impersonating The Chairperson, Ms Thandi Modise. The Office would like to put it on record that Mme Modise does not have any active social media accounts and all these fake accounts in […]

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Department survey is undermining the constitution- ACC

The Department of Mineral Resources has noted with concern false claims from the Amadiba Crisis Committee (ACC) that the department is involved in a “campaign” in Xolobeni through distribution of food parcels in Xolobeni ahead of the independent survey announced by the Minister of Mineral Resources last week. The Department has no knowledge of the […]

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SAIBPP welcomes ANCs 2019 Election Manifesto

The South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP) welcomes the adoption of the 2019 ANC Election Manifesto launched by ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa on 12 January 2019 in Durban, KZN. While some progress has been made over the last 25 years in the establishment of our young democracy and the economic advancement of the […]

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The BMF congratulates Sydney Mbhele as the new Sanlam Chief Executive

The Black Management Forum (BMF) is greatly encouraged and delighted with the appointment of Sydney Mbhele as the Chief Executive of Sanlam Brand’s Division. Mr Mbhele’s extensive background and expertise in his field positioned him well as the best choice for this role. “We are excited about Mr Mbhele’s appointment. His track record speaks for […]

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Black South Africans unfit for Denel CEO Position? – BMF

The Black Management Forum (BMF) takes a hard-line on the appointment of Daniel Du Toit, Denel’s new CEO. In an interview with Transform SA Thabile Wonci BMF’s Managing Director explained how government should prioritise appointing black professionals. “It is clear to the BMF that government themselves are ignoring their own good advice to the country […]

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New Denel CEO proves lack of transformation – Limusa

Denel, South Africa’s state owned arms manufacturer faces hard-hitting criticism after appointing Group Chief Executive Officer Daniel du Toit. The appointment follows Zwelakhe Ntshepe’s resignation from the post after being at the helm for 20 years. The Liberated Metalworkers Union of South Africa (Limusa) rejected the appointment of Du Toit and said that Denel is […]

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Zim’s Free Web Hosting service expands to SA

Free Web Hosting, initially launched August 2018 in Zimbabwe, has extended its services to neighbouring South Africa. Since its Zimbabwe debut, FWH has captured the attention of website developers, tech hubs, companies and the blogging community all across the nation. The platform enables individuals and/or companies to move their existing websites from paid hosting. In […]

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