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President Cyril Ramaphosa

HUMAN RIGHTS FOR ONLY ONLY SOME ARE HUMAN RIGHTS FOR NONE

Dear Fellow South African, Later this week, on 21 March, South Africa will celebrate Human Rights Day. On that day we will recall the Sharpeville Massacre of 21 March 1960, when apartheid police shot dead 69 unarmed protesters who were taking a stand against the apartheid regime’s unjust and inhumane pass laws. The events in […]

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ATTRACTING THE SKILLS THAT WILL ENABLE GROWTH AND JOBS

ATTRACTING THE SKILLS THAT WILL ENABLE GROWTH AND JOBS Dear Fellow South African, To succeed in an ever-changing global economy, our country needs far more people with the right skills. This is so that our economy can be competitive, grow and create employment. As a country, we have invested much in producing these skills, from

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SOUTH AFRICA WILL CONTINUE TO FIGHT FOR JUSTICE FOR ALL

Dear Fellow South African, As a nation that fought and defeated apartheid, we have a particular obligation to stand up for justice and fundamental human rights for all people, everywhere. It is this obligation that informed our application to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to halt the violence unleashed by Israel on the Gaza

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On the road to the economy of the future | From the Desk of the President – 3 July 2023

Dear Fellow South African, As countries around the world work to reduce carbon emissions, there is great potential for South Africa to establish and develop new industries. For us, reducing our carbon footprint is critical to the health and well-being of our people, the sustainability of our society and ensuring that our goods and services

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LET US SAFEGUARD THE HARD-WON FREEDOMS IN OUR BILL OF RIGHTS

Dear Fellow South African, One hundred years ago, in May 1923, the first bill of rights in South Africa’s history was adopted by the African National Congress. It had no legal standing at the time, but it clearly expressed the desire for the equal rights of all people to be recognised and guaranteed. After many

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PRESIDENTS MUSEVENI, RAMAPHOSA CALL FOR INCREASE IN TRADE BETWEEN UGANDA AND SOUTH AFRICA

The President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni and his South African counterpart Cyril Ramaphosa have called for an increase in trade between the two African countries.   The call was made yesterday as the two Heads of State addressed the businesspeople during the Uganda-South Africa Trade, Tourism and Investment Summit 2023, held in Pretoria, South Africa.

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STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT YOWERI KAGUTA MUSEVENI’S STATE VISIT TO SOUTH AFRICA

The President of the Republic of Uganda, H.E Gen. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, has this morning arrived in the Republic of South Africa for a 1-day state visit. The President was received at the Waterloof Airbase by Mrs. Lindiwe Daphney Zulu, South Africa’s Minister of Social Development; Uganda’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Hon. Jeje Odongo and Uganda’s

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BUILDING STRONG, INDEPENDENT INSTITUTIONS IS VITAL TO THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION

Dear Fellow South African, This week will mark five years since we embarked on a new journey in the fight against corruption. In delivering the State of the Nation Address on 16 February 2018, I said: “We are determined to build a society defined by decency and integrity, that does not tolerate the plunder of

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