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Posts published in “Day: June 10, 2022

Harmony Gold employees donate R1m to KZN flood relief efforts

KwaZulu-Natal Premier, Sihle Zikalala, has welcomed a R1 million donation from Harmony Gold Mining employees to assist the province in responding to the recent floods that left over 7 600 people homeless.The donations, including 200 mattresses, 283 bla...

Presidency beefing up State capacity for better service

President Cyril Ramaphosa says his office has been championing the drive to transform the capacity of the State.Replying to the Presidency Budget Vote Debate on Friday, President Ramaphosa said the Presidency’s vision is to “realise a State that is fit...

PORT ST JOHNS IS PRONE TO FLOOD DISASTERS, COMMITTEE HEARS

The Ad Hoc Joint Committee on Flood Disaster Relief and Recovery visited Port St Johns Local Municipality yesterday as part of its three-day oversight visit in the Eastern Cape to assess the damage caused by floods in April this year.Briefing the commi...

UJ wins three global awards for 4IR campaign

For the past four years the University of Johannesburg’s (UJ) Marketing and Brand Management Unit has been working on a marketing project to position the university as a leading voice in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). The project’s 4IR website...

POPE POSTPONES AFRICA VISIT OVER KNEE PROBLEM

Pope Francis will postpone his upcoming trip to the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan due to an ongoing knee problem, the Vatican said Friday.“At the request of his doctors, and in order not to jeopardize the results of the therapy that he i...

R40 million earmarked to help curb and prevent electricity vandalism

The City of Cape Town is earmarking approximately R40 million to help curb and prevent vandalism of critical energy infrastructure in communities. This is part of the approved 2022/23 Budget, coming into effect from July 2022. Electricity infrastructur...

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