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Immigration, trade on agenda as Pretoria hosts Zim’s Foreign Affairs minister

Almost 200,000 Zimbabweans on a special exemption permit were given 12 months to either apply for another permit type or leave South Africa.PRETORIA –...

Ramaphosa says new laws will give women protection

President Cyril Ramaphosa said that the obstacles facing women, especially black African women, were poverty, slow growth of the economy and Covid-19.KZN’s first woman...

Eskom approaches Nersa seeking approval of new tariff structure

Eskom has submitted a new revised tariff structure to the National Energy Regulator of SA, having last revised it’s pricing structure over 10 years...

US Africa strategy stresses China, Russia threats

The United States released a new strategy document for sub-Saharan Africa on Monday, stressing the region’s importance, the threats posed by China and Russia,...

SIU to probe claims of degree and tender fraud at University...

The SIU said the investigation would cover the allegations of maladministration, unlawful awarding of tenders and degrees and other serious matters between November 2012...

SA’s first people to march to ConCourt for ’inclusion’

The march to the court by the Khoe and San is to see the International Charter of Indigenous Rights presented to Chief Justice Raymond...

Minister Pandor says she is looking forward to Secretary Blinken’s ’Africa...

The Secretary of State of the United States, Antony Blinken, arrived at the OR Tambo Building for Monday’s South Africa-United States Strategic Dialogue, hosted...

Why SA failed to secure international deal to resolve power crisis

Hopes of alleviating South Africa’s power crisis received another blow when Turkish company Karpowership’s plan to supply more than 1,200 megawatts of power to...

South Africa calls for urgent action over deaths of children in...

The Department of International Relations and Co-operation (Dirco) says that as an occupying power, Israel has specific obligations in terms of international human rights...

Lack of energy security ’biggest single threat’ to SA economy

Benefits therefore outweigh cost of keeping the lights on and ending power cuts, says economist.IT IS CLEAR from any broad "cost-benefit" analysis of President...

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