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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...

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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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25. November 2019

FROM THE DESK OF THE PRESIDENT

Dear Fellow South African,

Last week, I met with the leadership of the Black Business Council where, among other things, we discussed issues of transformation. I took the opportunity to inform them about...

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25. November 2019

SECRETARY-GENERAL APPOINTS MS. ANRIETTE ESTERHUYSEN OF THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA TO CHAIR INTERNET GOVERNANCE FORUM’S MULTISTAKEHOLDER ADVISORY GROUP

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has appointed Ms. Anriette Esterhuysen of the Republic of South Africa ‎as the new Chair of the Internet Governance Forum’s Multistakeholder Advisory Group.

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Topnews, Statements

21. November 2019

JOINT STATEMENT DELIVERED BY AMBASSADOR RAPULANE MOLEKANE, RESIDENT REPRESENTATIVE/GOVERNOR OF SOUTH AFRICA, ON BEHALF OF THE CO-CHAIRS OF THE FRIENDS OF THE RENOVATION OF THE NUCLEAR APPLICATIONS LABORATORIES (ReNuAL), IAEA BOARD OF GOVERNORS, 21 NOVEMBER 2019

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Topnews, South Africa

20. November 2019

STATEMENT OF THE MINISTERS OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF THE AU AD HOC HIGH-LEVEL COMMITTEE FOR SOUTH SUDAN (C5)

1. The African Union (AU) Ad Hoc High Level Committee for South Sudan (C5), comprising the Republics of South Africa (Chair), Algeria, Chad, Nigeria and Rwanda, at Ministerial level, underlines its continued support for the peace process in South Sudan.

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