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Crises tearing the Post Office apart

South Africa’s failing Post Office has lurched from crisis to crisis in recent years – and there appears to be no end in sight to the malaise. A much-vaunted turnaround strategy, which was supposed to be

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Ramaphosa must act on set-top boxes: DA

The Democratic Alliance has called on deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa, in his capacity as leader of government business, to provide clarity around the awarding of tenders to produce and supply 5m set-top boxes for digital terrestrial television. The process has

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Signal jamming sub judice: Ramaphosa

Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa was accused of hiding behind the sub judice rule on Wednesday when he declined to answer a question in parliament on signal jamming during last month’s state of the nation address. “Hearings in relation to

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Eskom like car that needs maintenance: CEO

Eskom is like a car that has not been maintained, its CEO said on Thursday. “The metaphor of a car is very useful. If you continue to drive a car without maintaining it, it will carry you but at some point it breaks

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Gov’t co-owns Eskom woes, says CEO

Government shares responsibility with Eskom for the power problems gripping the country, Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona said on Thursday. “The government co-owns the problem because some

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Paperless schools to boost economy: Ramaphosa

A R17bn project to introduce tablets to government schools in Gauteng will ultimately boost the country’s economy, deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa said on Wednesday. “One of the factors constraining economic growth in South Africa is the relative shortage of e-skills

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‘Classroom of the future’ launched in Tembisa

Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa and Gauteng premier David Makhura unveiled the first “classroom of the future” in a step towards paperless education at a school in Tembisa, Johannesburg on Wednesday. “I’ve already made an application, I want to join you in this class

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New year fears over power supply

The Democratic Alliance on Sunday said it was concerned with a lack of clarity about the current state of South Africa’s power supply system as the new year took off. “The power utility and deputy president Cyril

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Staff aren’t laughing at SABC jokes

The best thing about Zandile Tshabalala’s resignation as SABC chair this week, staffers say, is that they will go into festive season parties less likely to be the butt of all jokes. “It’s a bit funny the first time you stand around the braai and people demand to see your matric certificate,” a

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Zuma ‘not angry’ about e-tolls

President Jacob Zuma on Monday dismissed media reports that he was angry about the Gauteng ANC’s position on electronic tolling in the province. “South Africa is a democratic country and the leadership of the ANC in Gauteng has every right to state their views and that of the

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