Daily Archives: October 6, 2017

Remarks by the Minister of Police, Mr Fikile Mbalula: Appointment of ...

Good Day, ladies and gentlemenThe South African Police Services Act, Chapter 17 L which deals with mechanisms for the public to channel their complaints against the DPCI (HAWKS) conduct. The Act calls

SOUTH AFRICA AIRLINES OFFERS IMPROVED WAGE, AVOIDS INDUSTRIAL ACTION ...

PRETORIA, South African Airways (SAA) has tabled an improved wage offer to its labour unions.SAA would like to give an update that it has made considerable progress with the current wage negotiations

SOUTH AFRICA COMMITTED TO DEVELOPMENT – MINISTER

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa is committed to improving its global competitiveness and reputation in order to grow the economy.

These development imperatives are guided by the National Development Plan (NDP), says Communications Minister Ayanda

US Ambassador to Somalia Resigns

The U.S. ambassador to Somalia Stephen Schwartz has resigned, citing personal reasons, the embassy confirmed Friday.An emailed statement to VOA said the ambassador resigned September 29. It provided no further details.Schwartz was

Analysis: In an Age of Anger, Nationalism Re-emerges

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One hundred years ago, the flamboyant, rabble-rousing Italian poet and playwright Gabriele D'Annunzio marched into the disputed city of Fiume on the Adriatic with 2,000 squadristi and set up a

US Lifts Economic Sanctions on Sudan

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The United States has lifted long-standing economic sanctions on Sudan, citing the country's progress in human rights and counterterrorism.

Friday's announcement by the State Department comes after what officials say

UN Report Verifies Shocking Toll Children Suffered in 2016 Conflicts

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The United Nations says thousands of children in 20 conflict situations around the globe were killed, maimed, recruited, abducted or sexually violated in 2016.

The annual blacklist on children in

US Military Confirms Fourth Soldier Killed in Niger

The U.S. military said Friday that a fourth American soldier was killed during an attack by suspected Islamist militants this week in Niger.Military officials said the soldier went missing after a deadly