The National Public Service Hackathon, which aims to harness innovation and develop technological solutions to improve the delivery of government services, kicks off in Johannesburg on Friday.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has assured world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly that South Africa is hard at work to revive its economy.
National Treasury has published the Financial Sector Laws Amendment Bill, which will strengthen the Reserve Bank to manage the orderly resolution or winding down of a failing financial institution for public consultation.
Communications Deputy Minister Pinky Kekana has called on all South Africans to ensure the SABC is a sustainable organisation by paying their TV licences.
Government has encouraged all South Africans travellers to be alert and sensitive to possible security challenges in areas they working in or are visiting.
Foreign nationals travelling to South Africa will no longer be required to have unabridged certificates for their minor children upon arrival in South Africa.
A total of 127 inmates from correctional centres across Gauteng have graduated with various qualifications, including an offender who attained his Master’s Degree in Tax Law.