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In West Africa and the Sahel, signs of democratic progress amid continued ‘devastating’ violence: UN

Citing the spillover of the Malian crisis into Burkina Faso and Niger, and the widespread violence by non-state armed groups throughout the region, Special Representative for West Africa and the Sahel, Mohamed Ibn Chambas, said that the complexity of r...

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South Africa Keen on Increasing Trade and Investments with Angola – Deputy Minister Magwanishe

South Africa is keen and committed to increasing trade and investments between South African and Angola. This was said by the Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry Bulelani Magwanishe who was delivering a key note address at the investment seminar that...

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Treasury publishes draft Taxation Laws bills

National Treasury has published the draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill, (TLAB) and draft Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill (TALAB) for public comment.The TLAB and TALAB include the legislative amendments for the more complex tax proposals that wer...

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Local steel, aluminium no threat to US security

South Africa has re-emphasised that its steel and aluminium products does not pose any threat to US national security.It is clear that SA does not pose a threat to US national security and the steel and aluminium industries but it is a source of strate...

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Well done Tri-Colour athletes!

Gauteng Premier David Makhura has congratulated a team of young athletes who took part in the sixth edition of the International Tri-Colour Games in Reggio Emilia, Italy, last week. I am very proud of the performance of all our athletes at the Tri- Col...

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