27 September 2007
Mr Nkwenkwe Nkomo, Chairperson of Marketing, Advertising and Communication South Africa (MAC SA),
Ladies and Gentlemen,
15 May 2007
The core mandate of Government Communications is to meet the communication and information needs of government and the public, such that communication expands access to information and opportunities to enable the people of South Africa to become active agents informing decision making.
15 August 2006
2010 – The communication opportunity for our continent and country
Our visitors from other countries;
Fellow South Africans
On the day we heard that FIFA had decided to award us the right to host the first African World Cup, it was more than a dream come true. It was a moment of national pride and it signaled that we had truly taken our rightful place in the world of international sport.
17 May 2006
By chance, tomorrow marks an anniversary which has correctly but regrettably not been included in the national calendar of high profile national anniversaries.
Eight years ago on 18 May this House gave its assent to the first GCIS Budget Vote, and formally it is the date on which the Department was launched.
8 May 2006
24 November 2005
Dr Danisa Baloyi, Chairperson of the Monitoring and Steering Committee
Ladies and Gentlemen
The transformation of South Africa
In the early 1990s as we set about formulating a programme for the reconstruction and development of our country, we knew that we were embarking on a total transformation that would touch every aspect of life in South Africa.
15 April 2005
All of us in government must measure our actions, and the public resources appropriated to us by this House, against the aspirations of our nation and the mandate which the electorate has set us.
We must ask ourselves: what have we done to narrow the gap between aspiration and reality? What are we planning to do in order to fulfil our mandate?
18 June 2004
Promoting a people's contract to build a better South Africa and a better world brings particular challenges for government's communication agency.
It requires a consolidation and intensification of work in progress. And it calls for innovation and changes in mindset.