April 26, 2017

Hlasela put into high gear

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Says Premier Magashule promising the provincial government’s special service delivery model will bring essential services to more people … Premier Ace Magashule says his government is convinced its Operation Hlasela service delivery model has yielded results and will be intensifying the initiative to bring essential services to all residents of the Free State. Magashule was speaking during debate in the provincial legislature on Thursday afternoon on the budget vote for the department of the premier. “In the implementation of the legacy of (ANC) President OR Tambo, we will continue to use our Operation Hlasela Service Delivery Model to meet the…

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BMF calls for legislation to stop banks offering insurance

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The Black Management Forum (BMF) says its call to have companies operating in financial services sector dismantled will not be hampered by capacity and capital constraints. BMF deputy president Dumisani Mpafa told Sowetan on Thursday there was a need to amend legislation to make companies in the financial services sector offer just one type of service. Mpafa said‚ for instance‚ banks should offer banking services and not provide a service like insurance. He said banks should stop providing different services and products. “You build capital as and when the need arises. For instance you will not have a black chief…

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106 years old young!

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Cops help the eldest known resident in Paul Roux, Fateng Tse Ntsho to celebrate her special day with gifts and love… Ma-Goliath, the 106-year old Gogo from Paul Roux in the Free State province is now a famous person in her hometown after a birthday surprise party organised for her courtesy of the Paul Roux police department. Her big birthday surprise was initiated by the local community policing forum which saw the need to recognise her long life and shower her with presents on her special day. Residents of Fateng Tse Ntsho, a township just outside Paul Roux which had…

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