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Rural women still battling with access to safe abortions

The lack of access to safe abortion services in rural areas and deterioration of relationships with NGOs are among the causes that women often opt for traditional methods of carrying out abortions.This was revealed during a Social Contexts and Advocacy...

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SA participates in AGOA Forum

Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies is in Washington DC in the US where the 17th Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) Forum kicked off today.The forum said the Department of Trade and Industry (dti) will focus on the implementation of AGOA, as w...

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Home Affairs going paperless

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba says the department will be moving to paperless applications for birth, marriage and death registrations, as well as the printing of parents' details on their children's passports. This is another way of 'meeting the...

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Learners encouraged to ‘Be the Legacy’

Learners attending a Winter School Programme have been encouraged to keep the late Nelson Mandela and Albertina Sisulu's dream alive by being the legacy.This year is the centenary, it is 100 years of Tata Madiba and Mama Sisulu. These are two struggle ...

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Home Affairs working overtime to restore ID system

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba on Wednesday assured the department's clients that services at the building hosting the identification system in Tshwane will be restored by the end of business today.The Department of Home Affairs on Tuesday experie...

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New administrator set to stabilise NW education

Nkhono Johannes Mohlala has been tasked with stabilising teaching and learning activities in the North West Basic Education Department as the newly appointed administrator.We are confident as the Department of Basic Education that the intervention team...

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