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Parking tickets are available at: TABAK shops, petrol stations, post offices in Vienna

Topnews, South Africa

20. January 2020

FROM THE DESK OF THE PRESIDENT

Dear Fellow South African,
A few weeks ago we celebrated the start of a new year and a new decade. This gave us an opportunity to reflect on our plans for the year ahead but also to think deeply about the challenges that confront us. Of these challenges, and perhaps the... |+| read article

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14. January 2020

AUSTRIA - NEW YEAR'S RECEPTION 2020

Ambassador Rapulane Molekane and Mrs Brenda Molekane met with Austrian Federal President Alexander Van der Bellen on the occasion of the New Year’s Reception for the Diplomatic Corps on 14 January 2020 at the Hofburg in Vienna.

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Topnews, South Africa

16. December 2019

FROM THE DESK OF THE PRESIDENT

Dear Fellow South African,
Today, I will travel to Bergville in KwaZulu-Natal to observe our national Day of Reconciliation. It says much about our country that this day, 16 December, marks two events in our history that are enduring symbols of conflict and resistance.|+| read article

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09. December 2019

FROM THE DESK OF THE PRESIDENT

Dear Fellow South African,
When I visited Medupi power station for the first time two weeks ago, I was struck by how massive it is. It is one thing to be told in a briefing that, when completed, Medupi will be the fourth largest power stations of its kind in the world; but... |+| read article

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02. December 2019

FROM THE DESK OF THE PRESIDENT

Dear Fellow South African,

During my visit to the Waterberg last week to launch the District Development Model, I spent time talking to people in the villages around Lephalale, at the Medupi power station and to business people in the town.
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