President Jacob Zuma has today 9 September 2010 extended his heartfelt condolences to the families of the 19 South Africans who were killed in two tragic accidents yesterday on our roads.
09 September 2010
On behalf of the government and people of South Africa I am delighted to celebrate the end of Ramadan by wishing Muslims in South Africa and around the world a happy Eid ul-Fitr.
09 September 2010
President Jacob Zuma will tomorrow, 04 September 2010, attend the Boertjie Kontreifees in Bultfuntein in Bloemfontein, Free State.
03 September 2010
President Jacob Zuma will arrive in the country today, Friday, 27 August 2010, after undertaking a successful State Visit to the People’s Republic of China.
27 August 2010
President Zuma will on Saturday, 28 August, deliver the oratory at the Provincial Official Funeral of the late Joseph “Joe” Matthews, the former Deputy Minister of Safety and Security, an intellectual and stalwart of the ANC, SACP and IFP. He was also father to the current Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor.
26 August 2010
The Presidency has noted with concern a media advert on the “National Conference on Reclaiming and Living out the Values of a just and caring society” by the National Heritage Council.
24 August 2010
H.E Jacob G Zuma, President of the Republic of South Africa has, today, 23 August 2010, arrived in the People’s Republic of China for State Visit scheduled for 24-26 August 2010.
23 August 2010
1. The Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) was held in Windhoek, Republic of Namibia from August 16-17, 2010.
20 August 2010
H.E. Jacob G. Zuma, President of the Republic of South Africa, will undertake a State Visit to the People’s Republic of China scheduled for 24-26 August 2010.
19 August 2010
President Jacob Zuma has today, Monday, 16 August 2010, joined the International community in extending the heartfelt condolences of the government and people of South Africa to President Hu Jintao, the government and people of China following the heavy mudslide that killed 1248 people and other 600 people reported missing in Northwest China’s Gansu Province following heavy mudslide in the town of Zhouqu.
16 August 2010