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ED winds up 100 days in office – What is your rating?

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has appealed for patience as he winds up his first 100 days in office, saying “it takes more than 100 days to recover an economy”, so citizens should not lose hope at the slow pace of change. When he assumed office in November last year, Mnangagwa pledged rapid transformation of the economy and the general way of doing business in government, but in a video released on his Facebook page at the weekend, Mnangagwa admits it has not been possible to achieve much under the given period.…

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Remembering Mandela@100

This year 2018 marks a major milestone in the incredible story of Nelson Mandela – his centenary. Nelson Mandela would have been turning 100 years old this year. The 1873 Network plans to honour his legacy by giving 100 hrs of voice to individuals on The 1873 FM ( towards the future, and working towards building the Africa, Nelson Mandela, dreamed of. We will continue the legacy of Mandela through a number of initiatives, projects and events, and strive to complete some of his unfinished dreams. We are working to broaden and deepen…

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JOHANNESBURG/ CAPE TOWN – The postponement on the State of the Nation Address (Sona) is being seen as the strongest indication yet that this could be the end of the road for President Jacob Zuma. Since Tuesday morning, several African National Congress (ANC)leaders who attended the national working committee (NWC) meeting on Monday have been speaking to Eyewitness News about the likelihood of Sona being postponed. The reasons they gave included if President Zuma was not to resign before Wednesday’s national executive committee (NEC) meeting, the party’s highest decision-making body would move to recall him…

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JOHANNESBURG/CAPE TOWN – National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete has announced that the State of the Nation Address has been postponed. The address was scheduled for 8 February. However, Mbete says it had become clear that it was unlikely that a joint sitting of the two houses would be uneventful if it was held this Thursday as planned. She adds that Parliament took into account views of political stakeholders, society and concerns in the political environment. Mbete says that as Parliament was preparing to write to President Jacob Zuma to request the postponement of his address, he…

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