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DEVTERMS  SUPPORT HILARY CLINTON NOMINATION FOR PRESIDENCY

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VOTE FOR THE MOVEMENT WHO FOUGHT FOR YOUR LIBERATION 03 AUGUST 2016

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SOUTH AFRICA IS IN ‘EXTRA TIME’ OVER AGOA – ROB DAVIES

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The trade and industry minister insists SA will continue talks over the African Growth and Opportunity Act and it is for the US to “blow the whistle”.

South Africa recognizes that it is in “extra time” over negotiations over the African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa), said trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies at a press conference in Pretoria.

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 XENOPHOBIA, AFROPHOBIA, CRIMINALITY ?

XENOPHOBIA, AFROPHOBIA, CRIMINALITY

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Black consciousness? Intolerant, Destructive, Hate, Unforgiving, Disrespectful Where is Ubuntu? 

Durban – A tit-for-tat xenophobic war could erupt across sub-Saharan Africa if the government acted on the wishes of King Goodwill Zwelithini and deported foreigners living and working in South Africa.

“ As the xenophobic unrest continues to spread in Durban, King Goodwill Zwelithini has castigated the media for “distorting” his comments that foreigners should leave the country. This is an audio clip taken during the king’s speech three weeks ago in Pongola, KwaZulu-Natal in which he said in isiZulu that foreigners must go back to their countries.”

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MADIBA’S BIRTHDAY – 18 JULY 

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On 18 July, people across South Africa and around the world joined in celebrating Nelson Mandela’s 94th birthday, and his vision of a better world for all, by giving some of their time for those less fortunate – together creating the ultimate birthday present for Madiba: the love of the world.

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ICT ‘KEY TO AFRICAN GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT’

For Africa to embark on a higher growth and development trajectory, it must find ways of encouraging foreign investment in information and communication technology while developing its own ICT skills and infrastructure, says President Kgalema Motlanthe.

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CHILD LABOUR DAY – 4 APRIL 

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Child Labour Day is commemorated on 4 April to give a clear distinction between Child Work and Child Labour. Research indicates that of those children found to be working almost 60 percent did so in order to help their parents financially. This clearly constitutes Child Labour and is therefore unacceptable.

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HUMAN RIGHTS DAY – 21 MARCH 

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21 March 2012 is not just another public holiday. This day in history is always remembered for the atrocities committed against the innocent who lost their lives in the struggle.

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PRESIDENT ZUMA’S STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS

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MISSING BABY FOUND

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Mita Marobe holds a photo of her 6-month old baby Kgosientsile who was allegedly kidnapped by his nanny in Hestea Park in Pretoria.

The six-month-old baby boy kidnapped by his nanny from his Pretoria North home has been found, a report has said.

According to Eyewitness News, police found the Kgosietsile Marobe alive and well at a crèche in in Hillbrow, Johannesburg.

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STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS 

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President Jacob Zuma presents the State of the Nation Address (SoNA) to a joint sitting of Parliament at 19:00 on Thursday, 9 February 2012.

President Zuma invites South Africans to submit comments that they would like him to consider mentioning in the Address. Submit your comments using:

  • the President’s personal Twitter account @SAPresident , or by using #PresidentSona
  • the Presidency’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/PresidencyZA
  • e-mail to president@po.gov.za.

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PRESIDENT ZUMA IS PROUD OF YVONNE CHAKA CHAKA’S ACHIEVEMENT

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Johannesburg – President Jacob Zuma congratulated performer Yvonne Chaka Chaka on being the first African woman to receive the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Crystal Award.

“We applaud the wonderful work she does promoting quality health care and other social development issues in the continent,” Zuma said in a statement.

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CYBERCRIME IN SOUTH AFRICA

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Cybercrime is generally defined as any form of criminal activity involving the use of computers and the Internet. Also refered to as computer crime, electronic crime, e-crime, netcrime and hi-tech crime.

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PRESIDENT JACOB ZUMA CONGRATULATES CLASS OF 2011

President Jacob Zuma wishes to congratulate all the matriculants whosat for their National Senior Certificates examinations in 2011 and has hailed the ascending pass rate as a step in the right direction. President Jacob Zuma would like to further give special acknowledgment to those who demonstrated outstanding performance in various subjects last year.

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FAREWELL TO 2011

Dear valued supporters,

It gives me great pleasure to have had you all join me on this journey this year. It marked many ups and downs. We lost great icons and saw many historical events that will go down in the History books for our children to learn about one day. This year Devterms received a fresh new look and a head writer. I actively contribute to the site on topics that are very dear to the causes that I support. I travelled extensively and returned with many experiences and photographs which I shall post on Devterms.

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CONNECTING AFRICAN YOUTH FOR CLIMATE

Connect4Climate, is a global initiative that is supported by the World Bank. It encourages African youth to raise climate change awareness through an online photo/video competition – the winners of which be on show at the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference in Durban.

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