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In 2010, South Africa granted four-year residence permits to nearly a quarter-million Zimbabweans who had entered the country illegally.
Many had fled political and economic turmoil in their homeland, but lived abroad in fear of the day their permits would
The Proteas confirmed their status as the number one team in test cricket when they defeated ninth ranked Zimbabwe by nine wickets in a one-off test at the Harare Sports Club on Tuesday.
While the margin of victory was comfortable
South Africa, and the continent as a whole, benefited immensely from the US-Africa Leaders’ Summit held in Washington last week, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said on Tuesday.
“By and large, there are a lot of positive things we
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa will lead a South African delegation to the United States on Tuesday to bring back the remains of exiled writer and journalist Nathaniel Ndazana Nakasa – better known as Nat Nakasa – for reburial
Small Business Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu says the long-term solution to South Africa’s unemployment crisis is to create a nation of entrepreneurs and not a nation of job-seekers.
“South Africa is a youthful country. The long-term solution to the nation’s
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters says her department is in the process of finalising a new policy on scholar transport aimed at improving road safety for vulnerable pupils.
Speaking at the third Africa Road Safety Seminar in Cape Town on Tuesday,
KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu will on Wednesday release the report of the Road Traffic Inspectorate (RTI). The RTI Commission of Inquiry was appointed to investigate and report on the recruitment process which resulted in the death of eight prospective candidates
ZIMBABWEANS living and working in South Africa heaved a huge sigh of relief Tuesday after Pretoria extended by a further three years special permits issued in 2010.
The announcement put to an end the anxiety that had gripped thousands of