Daily Archives: March 13, 2015

From the flu to Ebola, N.J. hospitals have to prepare for every infectious disease (NJ.com)

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital nurse Eliza Espinoza dresses for a drill on handling highly infectious patients. By SUSAN BLOOM | For INSIDE JERSEY magazine As an ambulance pulls up to the

3G Direct Pay Appoints Offer Gat As Their Chairman

3G direct pay Limited, East and South African online payment service provider has announced the appointment of Mr. Offer Gat, as Chairman of 3G Direct Pay with effect from March. Offer Gat

SA Delegation to Attend ILO Meeting

Labour Deputy Minister Nkosi Phathekile Holomisa will lead a South African delegation to the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in Geneva to attend its Governing Body (GB) meeting this weekend. The topic for

Miner Vanishes Leaving Workers Unpaid

A fly-by night manganese miner owing workers more than N$1.6 million in salaries reportedly vanished into thin air after extracting enough minerals for self-enrichment at a site in the Hochfeld area in

Lawyers for Economic Freedom Summit [press release]

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is hosting a summit for Lawyers, Law Firms and Allied Legal Entities. The summit will discuss the role of law in post democratic South Africa towards economic

'15PC Tax On Platinum Disincentive for Raw Exports' [opinion]

GOVERNMENT introduced taxation on raw platinum and banned export of unprocessed chrome to enforce beneficiation and value addition to the country’s natural resources in a bid to ensure industrialisation, increased revenue, job

AU, UN Officials Meet in Ethiopia to Discuss Security Challenges in Africa

Officials from the African Union Peace and Security Council (AUPSC) and the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Thursday held an annual meeting in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa to discuss security

Government to Gazette Broadcast Digital Migration Policy [press release]

The Department of Communications (DoC) is set to publish the final Broadcasting Digital Migration (BDM) policy in the Government Gazette next week. DoC management presented the country’s state of readiness to migrate

Africa Needs Collective Approach to China

China’s relationship with Africa is changing the face of the continent. Thanks to Chinese financing, Africa is rapidly gaining infrastructure. China is also establishing new modes of engagement for other emerging donors,

Digital Migration Policy to Be Published Next Week

Pretoria – The Department of Communications (DoC) is set to publish the final Broadcasting Digital Migration (BDM) policy in the Government Gazette next week. DoC management presented the country’s state of readiness