Jacob Zuma Urged to Put South Africa First

The country's main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, has called on President Jacob Zuma to take his own advice and put the country first when making decisions on South Africa's growth and prosperity.

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  • South Africa:  More Expected of Public Servants - Zuma

    SouthAfrica.info, 22 February 2013

    Civil servants will be expected to work harder and become more effective in serving ordinary South Africans, while giving taxpayers more value for their money, President Jacob Zuma ... read more »

  • South Africa:  'No Stopping' SA Infrastructure Drive

    SouthAfrica.info, 21 February 2013

    South Africa's infrastructure programme is driving a wave of industrialisation across the country, says Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel. read more »

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South Africa's National Assembly in Cape Town

  • South Africa:  'Ban Public Servants From Govt Contracts'

    SouthAfrica.info, 20 February 2013

    Public servants should be banned from contracting with the government, and should face consequences for benefiting from state contracts, says National Planning Minister Trevor ... read more »

  • South Africa:  NDP Will Determine SA's Direction - Zuma

    SouthAfrica.info, 19 February 2013

    The National Development Plan (NDP) is a crucial policy-making tool that will help South Africa develop and determine the direction the country takes, President Jacob Zuma said on ... read more »

  • South Africa:  Zuma Must Answer for Broken Promises of Education Trust (press release)

    Democratic Alliance, 18 February 2013

    I will be submitting parliamentary questions to request answers on the lack of tuition payments by the Jacob Zuma RDP Education Trust for students who were promised bursaries by ... read more »

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  • South Africa:  Right2know Responds to GCIS Statement

    Biz-Community, 20 February 2013

    When GCIS announced that it would be responding to the Right2Know Campaign's Secret State of the Nation report, the R2K welcomed the possibility of a meaningful engagement with its ... read more »

  • South Africa:  Government Refutes R2K's Unfounded Claims (press release)

    South African Government, 19 February 2013

    Government has noted a Right2Know (R2K) publication that was released yesterday entitled, 'Secret State of the Nation 2013,' and is concerned that the preposterous claims that ... read more »

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