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2015-08-29 Petrol Price Drops By 69 Cents
[] Pretoria -The price of petrol will drop by 69 cents a litre as of next week, the Department of Energy said on Friday.

2015-08-29 50 Day Countdown to Chile
[SAFA] Today marks 50 days to the long awaited 2015 FIFA World Cup and Amajimbos will continue with preparations from tonight when they report for yet another weekend camp to finalize all medical tests.

2015-08-29 Stage Set for All Cape Final
[SAFA] Day 3 of the u19 Women's Championship saw finals before the final. Eastern Cape verses KwaZulu Natal was an entertaining affair as both teams pressed each other in the hope of qualifying for the final.

2015-08-29 Get Well Soon, Cabinet Tells Health Minister
[] Pretoria -Cabinet has wished Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi a speedy recovery.

2015-08-29 Presidency - No Apology to Former Eskom CEO
[] Pretoria -The Presidency has described a media report claiming that President Jacob Zuma apologised to former Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona as incorrect and misleading.

2015-08-29 Dept Celebrates Business Women
[] Pretoria -Women empowerment is at the top of the Department of Small Business Development's agenda.

2015-08-29 SA to Host 2022 Commonwealth Games
[] Pretoria -Cabinet has approved the City of Durban's bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

2015-08-29 Official Opening of the Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi Museum and Documentation Centre

2015-08-29 Dr Kenneth Kaunda Celebrates Prince Buthelezi's Leadership
[IFP] In celebration of the opening of the Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi Museum and Documentation Centre in Ulundi, KwaZulu Natal, yesterday, His Excellency Dr Kenneth Kaunda, former President of Zambia, sent a message of support to Prince Buthelezi.

2015-08-29 Deputy Minister Buti Manamela Hands Over Science Lab to Solomon Mahlangu High School, 1 Sept
[SA Govt] Deputy Minister in the Presidency, Buti Manamela will hand over a science laboratory to the Solomon Mahlangu High School in Modimolle, Limpopo. Solomon Mahlangu is one of the no fee schools in the Waterberg District in Limpopo and therefore faces challenges of resources.

2015-08-29 Parliament Meets With Stellenbosch University Management, 1 Sept
[SA Govt] The Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training's meeting with the Stellenbosch University (US) management has been confirmed for Tuesday, 1 September 2015.

2015-08-29 Deputy Minister Jeremy Cronin Visits EPWP Projects During Women's Month
[SA Govt] Women's month celebration gained momentum in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) when the Deputy Minister of Public Works, Jeremy Cronin, together with Deputy Mayor of Ethekwini Municipality Nomvuso Tshabalala visited Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) Zibambele Road Maintenance Programme in Ward 3 Inanda Durban which constitutes 100% women representation.

2015-08-29 Western Cape Finance On Budget for Drakenstein Municipality
[SA Govt] The R1.43 billion allocated to the Drakenstein Municipality by the Western Cape Government for the 2015/16 financial year and further indicative amounts of R1.51 billion and R1.63 billion in the respective 2016/17 and 2017/18 financial years is a response to the calls of our people for jobs and improved service delivery. These allocations include both operational and capital expenditure (infrastructure) that are being incurred by the Western Cape Government within the Drakenstein Municipal Area. Our budget

2015-08-29 North West Education Lays to Rest Three Learners, 29 to 30 Aug
[SA Govt] The North West Department of Education and Sport Development in partnership with the bereaved families will be laying the three learners who died in a fire accident at the North West School for the Deaf at their final resting place on Saturday and Sunday respectively.

2015-08-29 Government Welcomes the Launch of the African Independent
[SA Govt] Government welcomes the launch of the African Independent, a new weekly newspaper that will focus on changing the Africa narrative.

2015-08-29 President Jacob Zuma Did Not Apologise to Tshediso Matona
[SA Govt] The lead story of the Mail & Guardian newspaper today, 28 August 2015, which states that President Jacob Zuma "apologised" to former Eskom CEO Mr Tshediso Matona and incoming Secretary for National Planning in the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation is incorrect and misleading.

2015-08-29 Minister Nathi Mthethwa Launches National Heritage Monument, 1 Sept
[SA Govt] Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa, invites members of the media to the launch of the National Heritage Monument on Tuesday, 1 September 2015 at the Groenkloof Nature Plaza in Pretoria. The National Heritage Monument will be a heritage site that epitomizes intangible aspects of inherited culture, a culture that will tell the South African story, enable us to share our diversity and propel us to continue working towards nation building and social cohesion.

2015-08-29 Deputy Minister Mduduzi Manana Motivates Learners to Consider Careers As Artisans
[SA Govt] Today, the Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, Mr Mduduzi Manana, MP, motivated over 1000 high school learners and youth not in education or training (NEET) to consider career paths in artisanship as it is cool to be an artisan in the 21st century.

2015-08-29 North West Tourism Honours Female Employees During Women's Month
[SA Govt] Women are a critical component in families. They nurture, build, educate, and raise nations. They are all rounders and more than anything they provide warmth and love in every family and the community they live in. This is according to Mme Grace Masuku, a cultural veteran from Moruleng village near Sun City in the North West during the recently held provincial department of Tourism's Woman's Day celebration.

2015-08-29 Northern Cape Transport, Safety and Liaison Cleans for Elderly to Close Women's Month, 31 Aug
[SA Govt] Departmental officials will be hosting and cleaning for the elderly as part of closing Women's Month celebrations

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