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Minister Faith Muthambi's closing address at the Southern African Digital Broadcasting Workshop

17 April 2015

Chairperson of the Southern African Digital Broadcasting Association, Mr Lynn Mansfield,
The Chairperson of the Independent Communication Authority of South Africa, Dr Stephen Mncube,
Alastair Gellatly, Chief Engineer and Manager (Broadcasting Spectrum Planning Section, Australian Communications and Media Authority),
Kate Macefield (Head of Broadcast, Digital UK), 
Programme Director,
Ladies and gentlemen

Address by Minister of Communications at Intergovernmental Communication Forum

27 March 2015

Speaker Notes: Minister Faith Muthambi (MP) at  Intergovernmental Communication Forum

Thank you very much for this opportunity to engage with you as government communicators, a few weeks after the state of the Nation address by President Jacob Zuma on Thursday 12 February 2015.

You are the face, eyes and ears of Government. Your role is at the centre of the achievement of the nine point plan that the President gave us during the SoNA.

Minister Muthambi's address at Soul Buddiz Club National Congress

Address by Minister Faith Muthambi at the occasion of the 9th annual Soul Buddiz Club National Congress, 8 December 2014, Rustenburg

MEC for Education and Sport Development, Me Wendy Matsemela, Me Gertrude Mashimane from the Department of Health, Leadership of the Soul City Institute, Distinguished Principals and Educators present here today, Guests of honour, the young people of our beloved country

Ladies and gentlemen

Address by Minister of Communications Faith Muthambi on Communication Collaboration at Local Government Level

Ladies and gentlemen

There can be no important responsibility than that of communicating with the masses of our people about the developments taking place in their own communities and affecting their lives. Local government remains strategic in this regard.

South Africa’s local Governments are the spheres of government which are closest to the people and deal most directly with the people. A local government is responsible for true democracy and mass participation amongst each of South Africa’s citizens within their specific locality.

Speech by the Minister of Communications at the launch of an Association of State-Owned Enterprise Communicators

20 November 2014

The Role of State-Owned Enterprises in South Africa’s Development and the Important Role that SOE Communicators can play in the developmental space.

Master of Ceremonies, President of the State Owned Entities Communicators Association, Mr Congress Mahlangu, the Executive of SOECA, CEO of the Road Accident Fund Dr Eugene Watson, Communication Managers from both Government and State Owned Entities, members of the media, ladies and gentlemen, good evening.

Minister Faith Muthambi addresses Free State communicators

14 November 2014

Speech notes for Minister Faith Muthambi to Communicators in the Free State

Today I would like to share my perspective with you on my expectations of government communicators given your challenges as well as sharing with you my perspective on digital migration challenges facing the country  

How do we tackle challenges faced by communicators in the province?

In order to tackle the challenges the following must be areas of focus:

Minister Faith Muthambi at the Broadcasting Digital Migration implementation planning workshop

MINSTER’S OPENING REMARKS AT THE BROADCASTING DIGITAL MIGRATION IMPLEMENTATION PLANNING WORKSHOP

6 November 2014

Programme Director
Ladies and gentlemen
Good morning!

Let me take this opportunity to thank you for making time to join us again in this discussion, to resolve the impasse that has blocked our ability as a nation to implement the Digital Migration project for some time now.

Minister of Communications Faith Muthambi’s remarks at the sectoral Imbizo held in East London

Thank you very much for responding to our invitation to discuss the issues pertinent to communications in your locality. Given the challenges that are facing our industry I thought it is important to reflect on the big issue of media transformation. It is key that in order to get the narrative of our country right we must be serious about changing both the management of the media and the ownership patterns of our media.

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