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Building Bokone Bophirima ''''s economy through Arts and Culture
8/10/2014 13:01
Building Bokone Bophirima ''''s economy through Arts and CultureTNA BizBrief with Bokone Bophirima (North West) Premier Supra Obakeng Ramoeletsi Mahumapelo is taking place tomorrow with the sole aim of looking at arts and culture as key economic drivers.
Making our roads safer
2/10/2014 9:30
Making our roads saferTransport Minister Dipuo Peters told how authorities and other stakeholders in the transport sector are working hand in hand to reduce the road accidents that kill 40000 people a year in South Africa.
Huge plans for Bokone Bophirima artists
9/10/2014 11:29
Artists in and from Bokene Bophirima are set to greatly benefit from plans set aside by the provincial government to rejuvenate the arts sector.
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Huge plans for Bokone Bophirima artistsHuge plans for Bokone Bophirima artists
9/10/2014 11:29
Artists in and from Bokene Bophirima are set to greatly benefit from plans set aside by the provincial government to rejuvenate the arts sector.
 
Building Bokone Bophirima 's economy through Arts and CultureBuilding Bokone Bophirima 's economy through Arts and Culture
8/10/2014 13:01
TNA BizBrief with Bokone Bophirima (North West) Premier Supra Obakeng Ramoeletsi Mahumapelo is taking place tomorrow with the sole aim of looking at arts and culture as key economic drivers.
 
Making our roads saferMaking our roads safer
2/10/2014 9:30
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters told how authorities and other stakeholders in the transport sector are working hand in hand to reduce the road accidents that kill 40000 people a year in South Africa.
 
Mchunu rates first 100 daysMchunu rates first 100 days
1/10/2014 17:51
KwaZulu-Natal province may be the second largest economy in the country but it still faces huge socioeconomic challenges.
 
New era of immigration management: GigabaNew era of immigration management: Gigaba
4/7/2014 9:19
Discussion on the new immigration regulations will continue and problems will be tested to prevent negative impacts on the economy, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said on Friday.
 
Youth Act to be revised: ManamelaYouth Act to be revised: Manamela
30/6/2014 8:31
The National Youth Development Act will be reviewed, Deputy Minister of Performance and Monitoring in the Presidency, Buti Manamela said.
 
'Bua le Supra': North West relations damaged: Premier'Bua le Supra': North West relations damaged: Premier
26/6/2014 9:29
Relations in Marikana, near Rustenburg in the North West, have been damaged and need to be improved.
 
Zuma serious about cabinet performance: RamaphosaZuma serious about cabinet performance: Ramaphosa
18/6/2014 10:15
President Jacob Zuma is "deadly serious" that his newly-appointed Cabinet performs, his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa said on Wednesday.
 
No change in Zuma's condition: PresidencyNo change in Zuma's condition: Presidency
14/6/2014 11:18
There was no change in President Jacob Zuma's condition on Saturday morning, the presidency said.
 
'I did not steal': Amcu boss'I did not steal': Amcu boss
19/5/2014 9:37
Association of Mineworkrs and Construction Union (Amcu) leader Joseph Mathunjwa says he worked hard to leave his poverty-stricken background and did not steal anything from anyone.
 
ANC should be worried: Dali MpofuANC should be worried: Dali Mpofu
15/5/2014 12:56
The ANC should be worried by the EFF winning 10% of the votes in Gauteng in the general election, the EFF's Dali Mpofu said on Thursday.
 
EFF walks out of briefingEFF walks out of briefing
15/5/2014 9:51
The EFF walked out of a televised breakfast briefing hosted by The New Age (TNA) on Thursday because it was "hoodwinked" into attending, the party's Dali Mpofu said.
 
Mbalula must apologise for Kenya comments: DAMbalula must apologise for Kenya comments: DA
30/4/2014 14:19
Sport Minister Fikile Mbalula must retract his comments about Kenya and apologise.
 
Gigaba launches body to drive industrialisationGigaba launches body to drive industrialisation
24/4/2014 10:14
For the country to create enough jobs, achieve economic growth, South Africa must prioritise industrialisation, the Industrialisation Supplier Development Association (ISDA) chairperson Thabiso Taaka said at The New Age Business Briefing on Thursday.
 
#TNABizBrief: SA must support localisation says Gigaba#TNABizBrief: SA must support localisation says Gigaba
24/4/2014 8:36
It is in South Africa's own interest to support localisation and small businesses, Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba said.
 


 

 




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