Daily Archives: November 2, 2012

Limpopo’s R350m bus, taxi rank nearing completion

Giyani: The construction of the much-awaited R350 million Thohoyandou bus and taxi terminus in Limpopo is progressing well, with 70% of the structure completed.

Officials from the provincial Roads and Transport Department officially launched the …

Limpopo places over 390 jobseekers

Pretoria: A little over 390 jobseekers in Limpopo were placed in various posts through the Department of Labour’s Employment Services of South Africa (ESSA) system in the past six months, says the department.

This comes …

SA- Argentina boost employment opportunities

Pretoria: South Africa and Argentina are seeking to expand their value chains and increase employment, International Relations and Cooperation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said on Friday.

“South Africa and Argentina both seek to expand their value …

FET colleges to offer maritime courses

Cape Town: As part of an initiative to reduce the vacancy rate of at least 45 000 jobs in the maritime industry, 12 FET colleges across the country will start to offer courses aimed at …

Presidency corrects reports on Traditional Courts Bill speech

Pretoria: The Presidency has corrected media reports on President Jacob Zuma’s speech on the Traditional Courts Bill to the National House of Traditional Leaders in Cape Town on Thursday, which they say have been “sensationalised …