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Alexander Forbes appoints Empowerment and Transformation Officer

Alexander Forbes has announced the appointment of Thabo Mashaba as Group Chief Empowerment & Transformation Officer (GCETO). The company said all appointments are effective from 1 September 2017. “Mashaba was formerly GCHRO at Alexander Forbes and previously at ABSA bank, so his understanding of the financial sector and the B-BBEE transformation imperative is extensive,” read […]

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Africa, a continent full of diversity, integrity and ubuntu

To Africans and the African diaspora, 25 May not only signifies the anniversary of the foundation of the African Union in 1963, it is also an opportunity for Africa to celebrate its remarkable success, to remember its values and its rich history. Vaal University of Technology’s Social Justice and Transformation Unit celebrated its annual Africa […]

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Struggle stalwart Toivo ya Toivo remembered

Robben Island Museum (RIM) has joined Namibians and the rest of the World in conveying its heartfelt condolences to the Republic of Namibia and the Toivo ya Toivo family for the untimely loss of a former Robben Islander and an African liberation struggle stalwart, Mr Andimba Herman ToivoyaToivo who passed away on 09 June 2017. […]

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FASA believes innovation will tackle unemployment

Reacting to the Statistician-General of Statistics SA Quarterly Labour Force Survey that shows unemployment rising to a 14-year high with 27.1% of the population without a job, the Franchise Association of South Africa (FASA) believes the franchise sector, which contributes 11.6 percent to the country’s GDP and employs over 400 000 people through its 757 franchise […]

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SOECA supports minister’s stand against fake news

The State-Owned entities Communicators Association (SOECA) has come out strongly in support of the Minister of Communication’s stand against fake news. In her budget speech, the Minister of Communication Ayanda Dlodlo raised the threat of fake news as being a serious issue. She said it has the potential to harm both government and country. She […]

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Push for 50% of schools to offer African languages

Education Minister Angie Motshekga says the Council of Education Ministers (CEM) wants half of all schools to offer African languages to learners. Minister Motshekga said this when she briefed the media ahead of the department’s Budget Vote debate in Parliament on Wednesday. She said the Incremental Introduction of African Languages is the department’s priority programme, […]

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Meet Transform SA’s digital magazine with a facelift

The latest edition of Transform SA Magazine is now available at various online newsstands. Leading magazine sites such as Magzter and MySubs have added the 19th edition of Transform SA to their online shelves. Loaded with transformation content and visuals this edition brings you a myriad of topics and thoughts of various leaders including the […]

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Black Business Council welcomes FICA bill

The Black Business Council (BBC) has welcomed the signing of the financial intelligence centre amendment (FICA) bill into law and has urged the Treasury and law enforcement agencies to apply this law without fear or favour.  South Africans must be assured that this law is not used to further political goals of certain individuals, that […]

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Maluti-a-Phofung SEZ launched

President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday launched the much anticipated Maluti-a-Phofung Special Economic Zone (MAP-SEZ) demonstrating government’s promotion of industrial development. “This launch and the development of the Maluti-a-Phofung SEZ demonstrates our promotion of industrial development which is key to the nation’s long-term economic success and prosperity,” said President Zuma. He said South Africa wants to […]

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Historically disadvantaged universities get R2.5b funding

Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande has announced major new investment in university infrastructure, which will see government spending R7 billion on a range of projects countrywide. Making the announcement on Wednesday, Minister Nzimande said the investment will be spent over the next two years on new student housing, laboratories, communications technology, and other […]

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