Re-igniting the country’s economic growth, creating jobs and the reconfiguration of the state will top the agenda at a three-day Cabinet Lekgotla at the Sefako Makgatho Presidential Guest House.
Growing the economy and creating jobs would be among the top issues under discussion at the Cabinet Lekgotla starting at the Presidential Guesthouse in Pretoria later on Wednesday morning.
Seeking ways to stimulate the agricultural sector through the release of pieces of land that government has already identified is on the agenda of the Cabinet Lekgota currently under way in Pretoria.
The ANC will brief the media on Tuesday on the outcomes of its two-day Lekgotla which ended on Monday in Irene outside Pretoria.
African National Congress NEC member Collen Maine says a cabinet reshuffle is necessary to show that no wrongdoing can be accepted and no one owns a position forever.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has raised concerns over the lack of policy implementation by government.
KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala has warned against the burning of trucks and factories as well as violent labour protests saying these actions scare off investors which ultimately leads to job losses.
Student’s Congress, SASCO, will be leading a Gauteng Progressive Youth Alliance march against youth unemployment in Johannesburg on Friday morning.
It’s one of the most important speeches that the President delivers in any year. With a prime time tv audience, it is a tremendous PR opportunity for the President to simultaneously lay out his agenda and reassure doubters – both local and foreign. The SONA will be the last of the fifth administration, and as […]
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says government needs to take advantage of renewed investor confidence to bolster the country’s weak economy.