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Mr Bushy Maape now the de jure North West Premier...
Tuesday, September 07, 2021

Our newly elected premier Bushy Maape has promised a strong batallion againts corruption, poverty and service delivery as he officially took over the reigns today as premier to replace Job Mokgoro. In his first address following his election and taking oath of office, Maape promised he will not disappoint in the performance of his duties. “I want to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to honourable members for showing confidence in me. I also want to thank my organisation, the ANC, for assigning me this responsibility, collectively with others...[Click to listen]
Prof Job Mokgoro steps down from two positions...
Friday, August 27, 2021

"I took the road less traveled as I sought to prioritise the needs of our people over various competing interests. At times, very lonely and riddled with difficulty as we confronted poverty, unemployment and inequality head-on," This was said Professor Mokgoro, in announcing his resignation as Premier following his meeting with President Cyril Ramaphosa. 24 hours later, he resigned as Member of the Provincial Lagislature also. "I wish to take this opportunity to thank the people of the NW for their vote of confidence...[Click to watch]
SIU turns the screw on our former HoD, Mr Pakiso Mothupi...
Tuesday, August 24, 2021

The Special Investigating Unit has been granted a preservation order by the Special Tribunal to freeze pension benefits of our former head of department, Pakiso Mothupi. The order granted today restrains and interdicts the Government Employees Pension Fund and the Government Pensions Administration Agency from paying out pension benefits of over R 3.4 million to Mothupi. The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) said the application to freeze pension benefits of the former head of Mothupi came after President Cyril Ramaphosa signed a proclamation authorising it to investigate ...[Read]
Vandalism and theft undermine service delivery...
Thursday, August 19, 2021

Unabated vandalism and theft of road infrastructure assets has created a king-size headache for the department of Public Works and Roads, with repair and replacement costs now spiraling out of control. The vandalism hot spot in Ngaka Modiri Molema district, is on a section of the multi-million-rand, dual carriage way (R503) between Mahikeng and Lichtenburg. The horror of wanton plundering on the more than R501 million investment, has taken the form of relentless vandalism, and theft of the clear view parameter fence erected on both sides of the road. As if that was not enough, median guard rails have not been spared either. These were meant to provide safety and are very critical in minimising the impact during motor vehicle accidents...[Read]
President Cyril Ramaphosa: Women's Day 2021...
Monday, August 09, 2021

We have declared 2021 as the Year of Charlotte Mannya Maxeke, a courageous women’s rights activist and also a leader who was born 150 years ago. We celebrate this year of her birth because we want to encourage the women of this country to follow her example and to follow in her footsteps. We celebrate the resolve of these women to determine their own destiny. At the same time we pay tribute to today’s generation of women. Just as the women of 1956 fought against the injustices of their time, the women of today are engaged in a new frontier of struggle. It is a struggle for equal rights, dignity, economic liberation and freedom from violence. Women have always been instrumental in the advancement of the human cause...[Read]
President Ramaphosa names new ministers in Cabinet reshuffle...
Thursday, August 05, 2021

This evening, I am announcing certain changes to the National Executive. This comes at a time when the country is facing several challenges and we are called upon to undertake several tasks at once. Firstly, we are working to accelerate our vaccination programme to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic. Secondly, we are working to ensure peace and stability in the wake of the recent outbreak of violence and destruction in parts of the country. Thirdly, we are mobilising all available resources and capabilities to rebuild our economy and provide relief to those most vulnerable...[Read]
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