Nelson Mandela’s condition continues to improve but remains serious, South African President Jacob Zuma said as the former president began his seventh day in hospital on Friday.
International research and studies have shown that Early Childhood Development (ECD) programs benefit children, families and communities. Through LETCEE (The Little Elephant Training Centre for Early Education) the Sikhulakahle Abantwana Project has been implemented in Mbuba, KwaZulu-Natal with the support of the FNB Fund.
As South Africa prepares for its national Youth Day commemoration, taking place in Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday, the Cabinet has called on all citizens to play their part in making the lives of young people better.
South Africa’s Council for Scientific and Industrial Research and US aerospace giant
Boeing are to collaborate on the research and development of titanium powder technology for industrial manufacturing processes in the aviation industry.
The Presidency will be taking a hands-on approach and working closely with its social partners and government departments to boost confidence in South Africa’s economy, President Jacob Zuma told Parliament on Wednesday.
Nelson Mandela was responding better to treatment following a “difficult last few days” since his admission to hospital on Saturday with a recurring lung infection, President Jacob Zuma said on Wednesday.
Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe will on Friday ask business, labour and government representatives to make commitments aimed at averting a potential crisis in South Africa’s mining industry.
South Africa has launched a R300-million training, mentoring and workplace-based learning project aimed at building a pool of young, capable professionals for the country’s biodiversity and natural resource management sector.