Monthly Archives: May 2017

Public Enterprises to work with Eskom Board

Pretoria - Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown says she will continue to work with the Eskom Board to ensure the power parastatal's sustainability is maintained.We cannot ignore the fact that the Board

KwaZulu-Natal hosts Social Cohesion and Moral Regeneration Summit in Kwa-Mashu, 1 to 2 Jun

The KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government led by KZN Premier Willies Mchunu invites members of the media to attend the Social Cohesion and Moral Regeneration Summit scheduled to take place from the 1st June


ACCRA, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of Ghana has urged his counterparts in the West African sub-region to address speedily the political impediments to regional integration in order to make the Economic

Department addressing water quality management

Pretoria � The Department of Water and Sanitation says it is developing a number of policies to address and improve water quality challenges.

The department on Wednesday hosted the Integrated Water Quality Management

UN Refugee Agency Cites 5 for Fraud, Threats at Kenya Camp

GENEVA � The U.N. refugee agency said Tuesday it has turned to Kenyan police for possible criminal prosecution of three staffers for allegedly carrying out threats, intimidation and fraud against refugees and

At Least 5 Kenyan Police Killed by IED

At least five Kenyan security personnel were killed Wednesday after an improvised explosive device bomb hit their vehicle in coastal Lamu County, security sources say.The explosion occurred as the officers traveled on

Vatican Scraps Plan for Pope to Go to South Sudan This Year

VATICAN CITY � The Vatican said on Tuesday it had scrapped tentative plans for Pope Francis to make a visit this year to South Sudan, which has been hit by civil war,

President Zuma takes fight against crime to Elsies River

Pretoria - President Jacob Zuma is expected in Elsies River in Cape Town today, where he will meet with the community as part of the Fight against Crime Imbizo.The Fight against Crime

Free State Government holds inaugural Free State Transport Careers Expo, Parys Aerodrome, 3 Jun

Transport careers expo opens doors for learners & job seekers

The Free State Provincial Government, in conjunction with the Transport Education Training Authority (TETA), will host the inaugural Free State Transport Careers Expo

Minister Malusi Gigaba on South African Council of Churches and ANN7 news report

Minister of Finance's position on SACC report and ANN7 news reportThe Minister of Finance Malusi Gigaba has noted the report by The State Capacity Research Project, commissioned by the South African Council

UN: Central African Republic Abuses May be Crimes Against Humanity

KINSHASA � A litany of killing, rape, mutilation, pillage and torture committed by successive governments and armed groups in Central African Republic from 2003-15 may constitute crimes against humanity, the United Nations

High level water panel meets in SA

Boksburg � A panel constituted of high level leaders from several countries around the world has met in South Africa to thrash out ways in which water use can be harnessed to