The Gauteng MEC for Infrastructure Development and Property Management, Tasneem Motara, said her department will continue to monitor the maintenance of old buildings and progress of new structures that are currently under construction.
Eskom chairperson Jabu Mabuza says Eskom has run out of its borrowing abilities and that it’s only short-term option is to turn to the shareholder for support.
In an effort to create vibrant agricultural communities and improve food security, the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government will this week launch a multimillion rand Crops Planting Programme in Mkhanyakude District Municipality.
International Relations and Cooperation Minister Dr Naledi Pandor has reassured ambassadors of foreign nationals living in South Africa that government is doing all it can to return calm to the country.
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Quick Cape Town Fact: Between 1880 and 1930 Muizenberg transformed itself from a ramshackle collection of shacks and farmhouses into the top holiday resort in South Africa. It grew so much in popularity that a wooden beach pavilion had to be built to provide changing room accommodation for the hundreds of holidaymakers. This pavilion was demolished in 1929 to make way for a new pavilion which included a theatre and tea-room. In 1913 nearly 100 small bathing huts lined the beach front but overtime some got into disrepair and were demolished. Today you can still find two rows of colourful bathing huts and such is their popularity that they even get used for the backdrop of fashion shoots.