President Cyril Ramaphosa’s cabinet has drafted a new economic reconstruction and recovery plan which will see a number of financial regulation changes in a bid to get the country’s economy back on track. The Sunday Times, which has seen the plan, said among the planned proposals are the introduction of[…]
Israel’s parliament has passed a law that withholds hundreds of millions of dollars in funds from the Palestinians over welfare payments given to prisoners and their families. The Knesset, Israel’s parliament, approved on Monday the law with 87 of the 120 legislators voting in favour and 15 opposing. The new[…]
VOC has spent well over R1 million towards community outreach programmes in the 20 years of its existence, and that trend is set to continue with the opening of the 2015/2016 Bursary Fund. The annual drive, now in its 10th consecutive year, is one of the station’s biggest social investment[…]
Attached are the documents for the 2016 addition of VOC’s annual bursary fund initiative. Current and prospective university students seeking assistance in the payment of their tuition fees are advised to download the following forms and submit their application by no later than the 8th January 2016. Bursary Application 2016
The European Union launched a fund for Africa on Thursday with an initial $2 billion to combat the poverty and conflict driving migration to Europe, but African leaders said more fundamental economic change was needed. The trust fund, unveiled at a summit with African leaders in Malta, consists largely of[…]
Twenty-two aspiring students will be receiving R10 000 towards their tertiary education this year as part of the VOC Bursary Fund. In a bid to plough back into the community which it serves, the VOC Bursary Fund has managed to this year, raise over R200 000 to invest in within[…]
South Africans without a pension or provident fund are divided over whether a government-sponsored pension fund should be compulsory, according to an Old Mutual Corporate report. The report, released on Thursday, surveyed 800 workers between the ages of 18 and 64 who did not currently have a pension or provident[…]
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