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October 17, 2017

President Zuma concludes fruitful Zambian State Visit

President Jacob Zuma had fruitful official talks with Zambian President Edgar Lungu during his State Visit in Lusaka this week.

The Presidency said the State Visit had provided a platform for both President Zuma and President Lungu to deliberate on various issues of mutual concern as well as to deepen and strengthen bilateral, political, economic and cultural relations between the two countries.

“It was an important visit for South Africa as our aim was to review and strengthen the existing strong bilateral and economic relations between the two nations and we are all pleased with the outcomes of our talks,” said President Zuma.

The most important highlight of [...]

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October 6, 2017

Happy Teachers’ Day

President Jacob Zuma has wished all teachers a happy Teachers’ Day as the world celebrates World Teachers’ Day.

“We honour and value our teachers’ immense contribution and dedication to deliver quality education and shape our future as a nation.

“Let’s continue to support, empower and provide the necessary tools to our teachers in order for them to thrive in their profession. On behalf of government, we wish all our teachers a happy and productive World Teachers’ Day,” said President Zuma on Thursday.

Held annually on 5 October since 1994, the day commemorates the anniversary of the signing of the 1966 United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural [...]

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October 5, 2017

SADC looks to diversification to grow regional economy

Partnering with the private sector will unlock avenues that southern African governments alone cannot attain, says President Jacob Zuma.

“The diversification of our economies and industrialisation will ultimately put the region on its rightful path as a global economic player,” said President Jacob Zuma, who is also the chair of the SADC regional bloc, on Tuesday.

Tshwane assumed the chair of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) in August, with its tenure theme being ‘Partnering with the private sector in developing industry and regional value-chains’.

Through this theme, Tshwane seeks to build momentum and continuity in the collective aspiration [...]

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September 28, 2017

President Zuma to open classrooms & library at Adams College

President Jacob Zuma is expected to open newly built classrooms and a library at Adams College in Amanzimtoti, KwaZulu-Natal.

In 2016, the President officiated the sod turning ceremony signalling the construction of the classes and library. The new facilities realign the renowned learning institute to its ten year vision to revitalise, redevelop and reposition Adams College as a premier institution for future generations.

Adams College was founded in 1853 in Amanzimtoti, just over 32km south of Durban, by an American missionary.

The Presidency on Wednesday said Adams College is historically one of the first few training institutions in South Africa where Africans [...]

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