The occasion to celebrate the lives of the South African liberation struggle stalwarts, Moses Kotane and John Beaver (J.B.) Marks, offers us an opportunity to reflect on the common histories
Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe has thanked the families of Moses Kotane and JB Marks for sacrificing their sons in the fight for liberation in the country.
The occasion to celebrate the lives of the South African liberation struggle stalwarts, Moses Kotane and John Beaver (J.B.) Marks, offers us an opportunity to reflect on the common histories.
President Jacob Zuma has praised the Russian Federation for its co-operation regarding the repatriation of the remains of Moses Kotane and JB Marks.
The rand was under pressure against the dollar on Monday as investors’ risk appetite remained tentative across the globe despite a rescue deal for debt-ridden Greece.
National and provincial governments are reported to have spent more than 30-billion-rand on consultants.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene’s maiden Mid-term Budget Policy Statement in Parliament has been widely welcomed by business and industry.
The annual literary festival by the University of Stellenbosch in March will be the first in the country to pay tribute to renowned writer and academic novelist, André P. Brink, who died last Friday.
;kfgnfmnPresident’s Zuma’s State of the Nation Addresses (SONA) have been filled with grand ideas that inevitably result in a string of broken promises
25 years ago on this day (11 February 1990) Nelson Mandela took his first steps to freedom. After an effective 27 years of imprisonment, the symbol of South Africa’s fight for liberation, Nelson Mandela, was released. Mandela spent nearly 20 years of his life on Robben Island until 1982 when he was transferred to Pollsmoor […]