Government Opinion Pieces

By Andrea Naicker

On 29 May 2024, the voices of the people reigned supreme once more and their collective choice has paved the way…

By Cyril Ramaphosa

Dear Fellow South African,

With the 2024 elections behind us and discussions between political parties around the formation of a government ongoing, there is broad…

By Cyril Ramaphosa

Dear Fellow South African,

We have just held a successful general election. Last week, over 16 million citizens cast their votes at more than 23,000 voting…

There was a time when the story of Africa was told by voices outside the continent who looked at our continent through a tainted lens. However, this has changed and Africans are now…

30 years of building our economy

The South African economy is today nearly triple the size it was when we embarked on our democratic journey. It is the result of 30 years of hard work and…

Every parent naturally wants the best for their child when it comes to education.  This extends to the school their children attend or tertiary…

By Cyril Ramaphosa

Dear Fellow South African,

On Wednesday, we will be holding a general election for the seventh time since we attained democracy. More than 27 million…

By Cyril Ramaphosa

Dear Fellow South African,

Last week I signed the National Health Insurance Act in to law, bringing our country one step closer towards universal health coverage.…

By Nomonde Mnukwa

This month will be one of the busiest for our country. We will participate in our nation’s seventh democratic elections on 29 May 2024, commemorate Africa Day on…

By Cyril RamaphosaDear Fellow South African,

As of today, the country will have had no load shedding for over a month and a half. This welcome development shows that the Energy Action Plan…

By Andrea Naicker

South Africa’s distinctive skills, talents and resources have paved the way for the emergence of various local businesses with unique offerings. These home-grown products…

By Cyril Ramaphosa

Dear Fellow South African,  

On this past Saturday, 27 April 2024, South Africa celebrated the 30th anniversary of the country’s first democratic elections.…

By Simangazo MokaleWhen a baby is born parents anticipate that their child will live a long happy life, but this is not always the case. Sometimes there are conditions that are not evident at…

By William Baloyi

When President Cyril Ramaphosa took the oath of office on Saturday 25 May 2019, he committed to address a number of challenges that the people of this country…

By Nomonde Mnukwa

Millions of South Africans are eagerly awaiting the 29th of May 2024, the day we make our mark and have our say by casting our votes for our 7th democratic…

By Regomoditswe Mavimbela

As we reflect over our 30 Years of Freedom, one of the many cherished freedoms we have is the freedom…

By Dr Ntombifuthi NalaEvery person regardless of who they are or where they live has the right to health. This right to health is defined by the World Health Organisation as a “complete…

By Cyril Ramaphosa

Dear Fellow South African, 

I have just returned from a working visit to South Sudan, a country that in 2011 emerged from the shadow of Africa’s longest civil…

Dear Fellow South African, 

In just over a month and a half, we will hold the seventh general election since we attained our democracy in 1994. 

South Africa’s…

Dear Fellow South African,   

Thirty years ago, in the space of just a hundred days, one of the worst mass murders in recent times happened on African soil.