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A R1-billion government incentive scheme aimed at developing black industrialists will help South
Africa achieve radical transformation of its economy, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said
at the Black Industrialists Indaba held in Midrand this week.
A summit for all stakeholders – government, business and civil society – will be held to find
solutions to the electricity constraints in South Africa, according to the deputy president. He said
progress had been made in the president's five-point plan to assist Eskom.
Part of Langa will be car-free when the Cape Town township opens its streets to
pedestrians, cyclists, skaters and others on Sunday, 29 March. Open Streets gets
people to interact with their city in new ways - like a giant game of Scrabble on the road, for
Construction at the university in Kimberley is meeting its milestones and will be ready for its
2016 student intake. The central campus is part of this phase, it will encompass six of eight
multi-storey buildings at an estimated cost of over R900-million.
We need to be extremely radical in our determination to save our children, the Department of Basic
Education said when it announced the implementation of its teacher development plan that is at
improving the teaching of maths in South African schools.
"We play to make a difference in our country back home," said an emotional Proteas captain AB de
Villiers after his team lost in the final over to New Zealand in the ICC World Cup semifinal at
Eden Park on Tuesday.
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