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SA and Tanzania must expand economic relations

12 May at 09:17 AM, via SANews.gov.za

Pretoria – South Africa and Tanzania must capitalise on the mutual trade opportunities that exist in order to grow their economic relations, says President Jacob Zuma.

SA making strides to combat inequality

15 March at 14:12 PM, via SANews.gov.za

Geneva – The South African government has made great strides in combating the social and economic inequalities inherited from the apartheid era using social programmes such as the Nelson Mandela International Day, says GCIS acting Director-General, Donald Liphoko.

Brand SA taps into NDP to build National Brand

15 March at 04:02 AM, via SANews.gov.za

Geneva – Brand SA trustee Muditambi Ravele says South Africa’s ambitious National Development Plan (NDP) is a robust tool that strengthens the country’s national brand, which helps to solidify SA’s place on the world stage.

SA to attract foreign investment at WCF

14 March at 09:32 AM, via SANews.gov.za

Geneva – BrandSA will today use South Africa’s reputation to boost and attract foreign direct investment, tourism and skilled immigrants, at the World Communication Forum (WCF), in Geneva, Switzerland.

SA to participate in World Communications Forum

10 March at 10:56 AM, via SANews.gov.za

Pretoria – South Africa’s participation at the World Communications Forum (WCF) indicates that the country recognises Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) as a critical enabler of economic activity in an increasingly networked world, says Communications Minister Faith Muthambi.

Cyclone Enawo to hit Madagascar

07 March at 14:47 PM, via SANews.gov.za

Gabarone – Botswana’s meteorological services department says tropical Cyclone Enawo is expected to hit Madagascar and deny Botswana some rains.

Happy 60th anniversary to Ghana

06 March at 08:22 AM, via SANews.gov.za

Pretoria – President Jacob Zuma has congratulated Ghana on its 60th independence anniversary.

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