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Government has accepted the release of the Presidential Commission on the Fourth Industrial Revolution (PC4IR) report in the Government Gazette.

The report makes proposals to revive the country’s economy and improve global and continental economic competitiveness to enhance inclusive growth.

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Criminal in handcuffs

The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has guaranteed South Africans that new smarter technology has been put in place to prevent future fraudulent claims.

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Would you like to work in the medical emergency field? This career path is extremely demanding but it will give you the chance to save lives.

Paramedics fall into the category known as emergency medical technician (EMT) and are the highest ranked medical staff on the scene. They have the most decision making power in an emergency situation due to their intense training.

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women in business

President Cyril Ramaphosa will today participate in the High-Level Virtual Panel hosted by the G7 Partnership for Women’s Digital Financial Inclusion in Africa.

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Level 1 lockdown rules

South Africans who don't follow the ongoing rules of the lockdown under alert level 1 have received a stern warning from police minister Bheki Cele.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa will virtually deliver the 2020 National Heritage Day keynote address on Thursday.

At its core, Heritage Month stands to promote the rich and diverse indigenous knowledge systems of South Africa.

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An interview with Nadine Botha, Registrar Academic of Boston City Campus.

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Limpopo Education MEC Polly Boshielo has praised the inventor of a device designed to help curb human trafficking and gender-based violence (GBV) that plagues women in South Africa.

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tax return

There are two things in life no one can avoid – death and taxes. Unfortunately, both of these things are difficult to accept and can make even the toughest people cry.

It doesn’t need to be difficult though – we’d like to help you…do your taxes that is.

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SME

The Western Cape government is helping small businesses crippling under Covid-19 and the national lockdown by introducing an R27 million relief fund.

This cash injection will boost both the formal and informal sectors to save much-needed jobs.

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In an effort to curb Rhino poaching in South Africa, multiple Integrated Wildlife Zones are being introduced across poaching hot spots in the country.

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United Nations

Speaking at the 75th anniversary of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly on Monday, President Cyril Ramaphosa said that now is the time for the world to stand together.

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The Covid-19 pandemic has brought disruptions and devastating impact on the South African economy with several businesses reeling from the effects of this pandemic. The South African and global economy has taken an unexpected turn and this has had dire consequences on businesses.

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Remember to renew your vehicle's licence disc, which expired between March and May says The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC).

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The United Nations will this week begin the 75th session of its General Assembly, where the nations of the world gather to seek collective solutions to global challenges. As the world confronts another global crisis, the UN remains as important and relevant as ever.

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The two-week pause of UIF payments was a result of the Fund responding to comments from the Auditor-General (AG), which highlighted lenient regulations that needed to be reviewed.

back to school

Today marks the first day of “freedom” in months as South Africa wakes up to relaxed lockdown restrictions and teachers prepare to get back into their daily class schedules.

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South African Airways (SAA) employees and creditors have been asked to be patient as the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) look for a constructive solution to the challenges the airline faces.

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The Department of Public Enterprise (DPE) announced on Friday that it will reprioritise funds to finalise the restructuring of South African Airways (SAA) and the implementation of the airline’s business rescue plan.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa once again took centre stage last night to announce the country’s long-awaited move down to Alert Level 1, this is what you need to know. 

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