Wednesday, March 14
The South Africa will continue its cross-border rail infrastructure projects, including the North-South Corridor in Africa, and presented detailed plans Monday.
Monday, February 27
The South African Department of Trade and Industry'' (DCI) said Friday that the Special Economic Zones (SEZs) will support government efforts to address economic inequalities and socio-economic problems that still dominate in the country.
Thursday, February 23
South Africa said Wednesday it would push ahead with an ambitious building plan that includes a 3.2 trillion rand ($414 billion, 313 billion euros) investment in infrastructure over nine years.
Sunday, January 22
The Director General of Home Affairs in South Africa, Mkuseli Apleni, said Thursday that Pretoria planned to recruit 50 000 "highly qualified foreign nationals."
Wednesday, November 23
The South African capital Pretoria to Tshwane'ici will be renamed at the end of 2012, announces its mayor, Kgosientso Ramokgopa on Tuesday 22 November, the "a" of the daily Pretoria News.