Picture: CHRIS RATCLIFFE, BLOOMBERG, 2012 BLOOMBERG FINANCE LP JOHANNESBURG –Power blackouts in February eclipsed the State of the Nation Address (Sona) and the Budget Speech, with business sentiment having fallen to its lowest level in five months in February.
"Because of environmentally insensitive human action, the forces of nature conspired to set in motion the dramatic process of climate change," Ramaphosa said in his response to the debate on his State of the Nation Address (Sona) in February.
READ: 'This may be President Ramaphosa's last' Sona - Maimane The party's chief whip in the National Assembly John Steenhuisen said that where the DA has been in government, there has been improvement of governance.
Cyril Ramaphosa made it clear during Sona he wants to “unbundle” Eskom into three separate departments.
In fact, following Sona and the budget speech, Gordhan has got plenty of Eskom-themed work on his plate.
The economy emerged from recession in December, but this budget speech and a subdued Sona hasn’t exactly inspired the international audience.
Despite this, food security received only two passing references in the State of the Nation Address (Sona) two weeks ago and not a single mention in finance minister Tito Mboweni's budget speech on Wednesday, said professor Julian May (University of the Western Cape), Dr Jane Battersby (University of Cape Town), Prof Rina Swart (University of the Western Cape) and Dr Bruno Losch (GovInn Centre, University of the Western Cape).
Futsal Uganda Cup Thursday, Kabowa Utd v Crown Yeak Kabowa v Typhoon Dream v Mengo Nomad v Bajim Sona v Friends of Football In form Yeak Kabowa is on course to lift the Fustal League title and ambitions to lift the Futsal Uganda Cup, are no exception according to their CEO Emmanuel Wamala.
Following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address (Sona) last month in which he announced government’s plan to split the utility into three divisions, government’s immediate focus is to address the substantial risks that the power utility poses to the economy and public finances.
JOHANNESBURG – Progressive Professionals Forum (PPF) notes and welcomes the State of Nation Address (Sona) as delivered by President Cyril Ramaphosa which articulated the overall government plans detailing specific interventions to grow the economy, dealing with scourge of corruption, unemployment, transformation, law and order, security, education, social services and international relations.