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Minister Jeff Radebe: University of Fort Hare Centenary Inter-Ministerial media briefing

Media Statement by the Minister in the Presidency Responsible for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Mr Jeff Radebe, at the University of Fort Hare Centenary Inter-Ministerial Media Briefing
Wednesday 18 May 2016

Ministers and Deputy Ministers
Premier of the Eastern Cape
Vice Chancellor
Members of the media
Ladies and gentlemen.
Good morning,

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Minister Jeff Radebe briefs media on state of readiness for Fort Hare Centenary celebration: 18 May

16 May 2016

The Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC) on University of Fort Hare Centenary celebration led by Minister for Performance, Monitoring and Evaluation in the Presidency, Jeff Radebe will hold a media briefing to provide status on the upcoming centenary celebration.

Details of the briefing are as follows:

Date:Wednesday, 18 May 2016
Venue:Imbizo Media Centre, 120 Plein Street, Parliament in Cape Town

N.B: There will be a video link up to East London, 50 Church Street, Fort Hare East London Campus

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Governance and Administration Cluster media briefing

25 February 2016

Deputy Ministers
Members of the media
Ladies and gentlemen.

Thank you for joining us today for the post-State of the Nation Address cluster briefing. We are going outline the progress we have made thus far as the Governance and Administration Cluster and highlight our Programme of Action for the current year.

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Government media briefing on water scarcity and drought

13 November 2015

Colleague Ministers
Executive Mayors
City Managers
Members of the media
Ladies and gentlemen

Thank you for joining us this morning for the briefing on drought. Today’s media briefing takes place against the backdrop of drought conditions which set in with effect from about 2013.  As observed in 2015, the increasing severity of this drought is impacting negatively on the country in both social and economic terms.  

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