DTI destroys 'unsafe' goods worth R8m

In an ongoing bid to protect South African consumers - and producers - from sub- standard products and unfair competition, the Department of Trade and Industry this week oversaw the destruction of more than 300 000 non-compliant products, seized during raids at three different ports.

Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies

Regulations to help municipalities beat corruption

New regulations aimed at facilitating the implementation of the Municipal Systems Amendment Act will help to fix non-functioning municipalities and rid them of corrupt employees, says Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Lechesa Tsenoli.

Govt audit outcomes improve slightly

South African government departments and public entities have made a slight but notable improvement in audit outcomes over the last three years, outgoing Auditor-General Terence Nombembe told Parliament on Wednesday.

SA launches school for public servants

South Africa has launched a National School of Government to provide "hands-on and brains-on" training as the country moves to establish a modern, professional, performance-oriented public service.

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