Daily Archives: February 14, 2017

BLACK CONSTRUCTION FIRMS TO BENEFIT FROM SEVEN MAJOR SOUTH AFRICAN COMPANIES

More than 40 black-owned construction companies are expected to benefit from a transformation deal between government and seven major construction companies. The deal is part of the restitution agreed to between the

Minister engages Lily Mine workers

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane on Monday met with the families of the three trapped Lily Mine workers as well as other employees and management of the mine.

The objective of the meeting

President Zuma commits to fight crime in Nyanga

President Jacob Zuma has assured the police and community of Nyanga in Cape Town that government will do everything to fight crime and make the community safer.

He undertook an unannounced visit to

Gates Letter Celebrates Gains, Lingering Challenges in Cutting Childhood Mortality

Philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates are highlighting global gains in reducing child mortality, while advocating more work on vaccinating kids, addressing malnutrition and empowering women in society.In an annual letter about the

Police arrest suspects with abalone

R4 Million worth of abalone seized, ten arrestedThe Hawks carried out several raids at suspected abalone drying facilities on Monday in a project driven operation, resulting in the arrests of ten suspects

President to visit Nyanga Police Station

President Jacob Zuma is currently undertaking an unannounced visit to Nyanga Police Station in Nyanga township in Cape Town today 14 February 2017, as part of the Presidential Siyahlola Monitoring programme to