Daily Archives: October 26, 2016

Global Cocoa Sector Meets in Côte d’Ivoire to Explore New Directions for Sustainability Efforts

$12 Million Regional Initiative Announced by Industry & U.S. Government First CocoaAction Annual Report Released ABIDJAN, Côte d’Ivoire, Oct. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Nearly 500 representatives of the global chocolate and cocoa sector,

Le Secteur Mondial du Cacao se Rencontre en Côte d’Ivoire Pour Explorer de nouvelles Orientations pour les Efforts de Durabilité

Une Initiative Régionale d’un montant de 12 Million $ annoncée par l’Industrie et le Gouvernement Américain Sortie du Premier Rapport Annuel de CocoaAction ABIDJAN, Côte d’Ivoire, 26 Octobre 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Près

South Africa: Police Assistance Required in a Rape Case

The Family violence, Child Protection and Sexual offences unit is investigating a case of rape and attempted murder where a 24 year old woman from Port Elizabeth is a victim.It is alleged

President Zuma sends good wishes to the Matric class of 2016

President Jacob Zuma has sent good wishes to all Grade 12 (Matric) leaners across the country as they commence with their 2016 National Senior Certificate final examinations today, 26 October 2016. This

Limpopo Education hands over Reading Trolley and Reading Corner, 27 Oct

Last year the Minister of Education launched a reading campaign. The campaign was to encourage the community of South Africa to be a reading nation. Events were held in different parts of

Inflation forecast to dip to 6.4%

Cape Town � South Africa's inflation has been forecast to dip to 6.4% for the remainder of 2016, National Treasury said on Wednesday.

This comes after the Consumer Price Index (CPI) breached the

R553m allocated towards drought relief

Cape Town � Government will over the next three years provide an additional R553.3 million towards drought relief efforts, National Treasury said on Wednesday.

As dam levels remain at lower levels compared to


Lesotho's Highlands Water Project has the capacity to deliver its agreed 780 million cubic litres a year to South Africa for the next three years even if doesn't rain, and even though

Government’s initiatives to support private sector investment

Cape Town � Government is working hard to promote greater private sector investment in a range of sectors.

This is according to National Treasury as the Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) was