Tag: Naledi Pandor

Analysis: Why Mozambique is suffering from terror attacks

According to unconfirmed reports, suspected Islamist militants have once again attacked and occupied Mocímboa da Praia in the northern Cabo Delgado province. Reports suggest that the port town was first...

Zindzi Mandela dies aged 59

Zindzi Mandela - the daughter of Nelson and Winnie Mandela - died in the early hours of July 13 in a Johannesburg hospital. She was South Africa's ambassador to Denmark...

#LWS2020KZN: Naledi Pandor on the importance to female empowerment in the workplace

CNBC Africa spoke with Naledi Pandor the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation at the Forbes Africa Woman Leading Women Summit about the importance of female empowerment in the workplace, especially in leadership positions.

Exploring the impact and response post xenophobic attacks

As some businesses remained closed in Nigeria following reactions and Africa-wide counter-responses to xenophobic attacks in some parts of South Africa and Nigeria, CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole explores impact and response by both countries in this report.

World Economic Forum: Minister Naledi Pandor reflects on Robert Mugabe’s legacy

Mixed reactions are pouring in from all over the world after the death of former President of Zimbabwe and leader of Zanu PF, Robert Mugabe – having ruled Zimbabwe for 39 years. Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Naledi Pandor joins CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop for more.

World Economic Forum: SA embassy shut in Nigeria – Buhari still to visit

After days of international tension following xenophobic violence against Nigerians in South Africa, International Relations and Cooperation Minister Naledi Pandor confirmed that South Africa has closed its embassy in the West African country. Yet as diplomatic relations cool the government confirmed that Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will keep his promise of a visit to South Africa on October 3 made before the violence erupted.

Gandhi-Mandela centre of specialisation for artisans launched in Tshwane

During a state visit to South Africa in July, Indian Prime Minister, Nerandra Modi and President Ramaphosa signed a memorandum of understanding to establish the Gandi Mandela centre of specialisation for artisans. Yesterday, the two countries put pen to paper in the soft launch of the centre, at the Tshwane South TVET College. CNBC Africa’s Karabo Letlhatlha spoke to Minister of Higher Education Naledi Pandor at the event.

There’s no crisis at NSFAS, says Higher Education Minister Naledi Pandor

Following various reports about delays in funding for next year's higher education and training, ANC NEC member Naledi Pandor surprised many by responding to the state of affairs at the National Student Financial Aid Scheme at the ANC press conference on the Lekgotla outcome.
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