Daily Archives: October 3, 2017

ETHIOPIA BIDS TO HOST MAJOR AFRICAN FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT AFTER 42 YEARS

ADDIS ABABA-- Ethiopia is bidding to host the 2018 African Championship of Nations (CHAN) tournament, 42 years after hosting its last major continental football tournament.The announcement was made through a statement posted

Northern Cape Transport on Road Safety competition

Province rallies behind Young Road Safety Participants at National Competitions in RustenburgThe Northern Cape is rallying behind 25 young Road Safety competition participants representing the Province at the National Road Safety Competition

MEC Ismail Vadi: Transport Month launch

Speech by MEC Ismail Vadi at the launch of the October Transport Month Campaign

Premier David Makhura

Mayor Mashaba

MMC Makhuba

The Management and Staff of Hollard

Ladies and Gentlemen

I wish to thank the City of Johannesburg

Robbery suspects arrested shortly after the incident

Robbery suspects were apprehended shortly after the incident. Police nabbed two suspects, and also recovered stolen items and impounded a vehicle used in the house robbery.It is alleged that today at about

2 Ugandan Opposition Lawmakers’ Homes Hit by Grenade Attacks

In Uganda, attacks and restrictions on lawmakers opposed to lifting the presidential age limit continue. The homes of two MP's hit were hit with grenades early Tuesday.Robert Kyagulanyi, also known as Bobi

President Zuma to officially launch Groot Marico Heritage Site

President Jacob Zuma will on Wednesday, O4 October 2017, officially open the Groot Marico Heritage Site and the Liberation Heritage Route of Bokone Bophirima, where activists crossed as they went into exile

Health Committee to Be Briefed on Annual Financial Reports

Parliament� The Portfolio Committee on Health will tomorrow (Wednesday, 4 October 2017) be briefed by the National Health Laboratory Services (NHLS), the Office of Health Standards Compliance (OHSC) and the Council for

SADC looks to diversification to grow regional economy

Partnering with the private sector will unlock avenues that southern African governments alone cannot attain, says President Jacob Zuma.The diversification of our economies and industrialisation will ultimately put the region on its