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Topnews, South Africa, International relations

15. July 2014

MEDIA STATEMENT - PRESIDENT ZUMA MOURNS NOBEL LAURETTE MS NADINE GORDIMER

14 JULY 2014

President Jacob Zuma wishes to convey condolences on the sad passing of one of South Africa's greatest doyens of art and literature, Ms Nadime Gordimer who passed away today, 14 July 2014.

Author Nadine Gordimer won...

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14. July 2014

Opening Speech by Mrs Lydia Greyling, Chargé d'Affaires a.i. of the Embassy and Permanent Mission of South Africa in Vienna at the exhibition "Mandela Poster Project"

Mr Yuri Fedotov, Executive Director of the UNODC and Director of the UNOV

Excellencies

Ladies and gentlemen

During this week the people of South Africa and the world will once again unite in celebration...

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14. July 2014

Immigration rules will not be changed: Gigaba

The department of home affairs will not change certain points in the new immigration regulations but will deal with problems raised since their implementation, minister Malusi Gigaba said on Monday.

"We are willing to engage with anybody who has...

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10. July 2014

A WORLD OF CONDOLENCES FOR MANDELA

South African missions abroad, and government offices at home, opened condolence books for people to pay their respects to Mandela following his passing away in Johannesburg on 5 December.

President Jacob Zuma was recently presented with 4 850 books of...

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03. July 2014

SOUTH AFRICA FIRST IN AFRICA FOR INVESTMENT

The report showed that foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows to South Africa jumped from US$4,5 billion in 2012 to a record-high $8,1 billion in 2013, with investments in infrastructure being the main attraction.

South Africa was Africa's best FDI...

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26. June 2014

NDP: SOUTH AFRICA TO PUSH FOR “BIG FAST RESULTS”

The National Development Plan (NDP), also known as Vision 2030, is the country's 30-year framework for growing the economy while tackling unemployment, poverty and inequality.

The South African Government is set to launch an initiative – inspired by the...

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19. June 2014

YOUTH MUST BE AT THE CENTRE OF ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION

This year’s Youth Day, which commemorated the 1976 Soweto Uprisings, was held under the theme: “Youth Moving South Africa Forward”.

South Africa's youth must be placed at the centre of economic transformation, which is the focus of the new term of...

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