Daily Archives: July 5, 2017

Booming Tourist Industry Boosting African Economies

GENEVA � A new report finds flourishing tourism in Africa is putting millions of people to work and adding billions of dollars to national economies. The UN Conference on Trade and Development's

Gauteng Provincial Legislature visits Juvenile Offenders at Emthonjeni Juvenile Correctional Centre, 6 Jul

Juvenile offenders to be motivated to take responsible decisions in lifeOn Thursday, 6th July 2017, Gauteng Provincial Legislature's (GPL) Deputy Speaker Honourable Uhuru Moiloa will lead a delegation of male Members of

MEC Ismail Vadi on representations on Nanduwe and Wata routes dispute

MEC Vadi still considering representations on Nanduwe and Wata routes disputeGauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Ismail Vadi has since received written responses and representations from affected and interested parties following his

Germany and FAO honor 15 years of strategic partnership

Rome - FAO and Germany celebrated 15 years of successful collaboration today, hailing the more than $129 million (EUR115 million) in special funds channeled to food security, right-to-food initiatives and nutrition programmes

Brick manufactures face price fixing charges

Pretoria - Corobrik and five other brick makers have been charged with price fixing and division of markets.The Competition Commission of South Africa said the charges follow an investigation it launched in

Meeting of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS

Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS Brett McGurk will host senior leaders of the Coalition for a series of meetings in Washington D.C next week. On July 11,

BLACKS NOW MAKE UP MORE THAN TWO THIRDS OF HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS IN SOUTH AFRICA

PRETORIA, South African Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande says the latest statistics showing that two-thirds of students studying at the country's institutions of higher learning are black Africans is a