President Jacob Zuma has commended Miss South Africa, Nicole Flint, on her community work during their meeting today, 18 May 2010, in Pretoria. Ms Flint paid a courtesy call on President Zuma ahead of the Miss Universe contest taking place at the beginning of August.
18 June 2010
Miss South Africa Nicole Flint will tomorrow, 18 June 2010, pay a courtesy call on President Jacob Zuma before leaving for Los Angeles, United States of America, to compete in the Miss Universe competition taking place in August.
17 June 2010
President Jacob Zuma will on Thursday, 17 June 2010, launch the Masibuyele Emasimini Mechanisation Scheme at Marapyane Village in Mpumalanga.
15 June 2010
President Jacob Zuma will on Wednesday, 16 June 2010, address the National Youth Day celebrations at Thulamahashe Stadium in Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga.
14 June 2010
President Jacob Zuma today Friday 11 June 2010, on behalf of the government and people of South Africa, offered his deepest condolences to former President Nelson Mandela and the entire Mandela family, following the death of his great grand-daughter Zenani in an accident in the early hours of this morning.
11 June 2010
President Jacob Zuma will today, 9 June, visit the Bafana Bafana training camp at Wits University to wish the team well ahead of the opening match with Mexico.
09 June 2010
Today marks yet another significant day in the history of South Africa’s democracy as we welcome all 208 FIFA member associations to our continent for the first time.
09 June 2010
President Jacob Zuma will tomorrow, 09 June 2010, continue his 2010 FIFA World Cup programme ahead of the start of the soccer spectacular on Friday.
08 June 2010
President Jacob Zuma will on Monday 07th June 2010 address the 50th commemoration of the Ingquza Hill massacre, also known as the Pondoland Revolt of 06 June 1960, at Ingquza Hill, Flagstaff in the OR Tambo District (Eastern Cape).
06 June 2010
President Jacob Zuma is to start his official 2010 FIFA World Cup programme tomorrow on the 6th of June, with an international media conference on the state of readiness and the meaning of the World Cup to South Africa.
05 June 2010