• Black filmmakers get boost for big productions

    South Africa has launched a three-year incentive scheme to help black filmmakers develop their businesses to the point they can take on big productions – and create more jobs in the country's growing movie industry.

  • Local government gets back to basics on service delivery

    Local government is set for a shake up with Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Pravin Gordhan’s Back to Basics approach, which aims to drastically improve service delivery.

  • President Zuma offers condolences to families of victims in Nigeria church collapse

    President Jacob Zuma has offered his condolences to the families of those lost after a church collapsed during a service in Lagos, Nigeria, on 12 September.

  • Zuma, Putin discuss ways of strengthening ties

    Zuma, Putin discuss ways of strengthening ties

    South African President Jacob Zuma and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed various ways of strengthening ties between their two countries during a meeting at the Novo-Ogarevo presidential residence outside Moscow on Thursday.

  • NDP to tackle domestic obstacles to growth: Ramaphosa

    NDP to address obstacles to growth: Ramaphosa

    The recently released framework for implementing the National Development Plan will help tackle domestic obstacles to growth in South Africa, drive growth in productive sectors of the economy, and cut down on red tape hampering investment, says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.

  • Cattle grazing outside Qunu, Eastern Cape

    Land tenure to take centre stage at summit

    Land tenure reform in South Africa, including the issues of tenure insecurity in commercial farming areas and tenure challenges in communal areas, will take centre stage at a three-day national Land Tenure Summit in Johannesburg next week.

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The Department of Education has partnered with the British Council to roll out the Learn English Audio Project in rural schools to improve the teaching and learning of English.

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