Daily Archives: February 2, 2017

President Zuma welcomes report on Life Esidimeni

President Jacob Zuma has welcomed the report of the Health Ombudsman, Professor Malegapuru Makgoba, on the investigation into the circumstances surrounding the deaths of mentally ill patients in Gauteng.The report into the

Bassil: Many vainly attempting to abolish our identity

Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Minister, Gebran Bassil, said on Thursday that many were relentlessly attempting to abolish the Lebanese identity by means of "reengineering" the East, isolating it, and eradicating its uniqueness.

North West on bursaries for deserving students

More financial assistance for North West's deserving studentsA total of 493 students will benefit from the R48 million set aside by the North West Provincial Government in bursaries for the current academic

SOUTH AFRICA’S PROPOSED SUGAR TAX AIMED AT PROMOTING HEALTH, MPS TOLD

South African Members of Parliament (MPs) have been briefed on concerns that the intake of sugar-sweetened beverages in the country was increasing steadily as the debate over the imposition of a proposed

South Africa: Police Arrests Sol Plaatje Municipal Employee for Fraud and Corruption

The Hawks have arrested a Technical Assistant working under the Control Building Structure Department at Sol Plaatje Municipality on Wednesday, 1 February 2017.The 48 year-old suspect was arrested in connection with fraudulent