Monthly Archives: July 2017

‘Mama Nyandeng’ Says She Has Reconciled With South Sudan’s President Kiir

WASHINGTON � A well-known South Sudanese politician who a few months ago had called on government soldiers to lay down their weapons saying that would leave President Salva Kiir with no power,

Transforming waste into wealth

Government is looking at long term interventions that will significantly transform the waste sector, says Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa.Minister Molewa said the sector must be transformed to an extent that it

MEC Debbie Schafer on reduced incidents of burglary and vandalism in schools

MEC SchA�fer pleased that incidents of burglary and vandalism have reduced

At the start of every school term, one of my main concerns is that teachers and learners will arrive at a school

Government briefs media on the arrangements for the memorial and funeral service of Mr Ronnie Mamoepa, 25 Jul

Government will host a media briefing to update on the arrangements for the memorial service and funeral of the late Mr Ronnie Mamoepa. President Jacob Zuma has declared a Special Provincial

SOUTH AFRICAN OMBUDSMAN AGREES TO PROBE 30 MLN RAND PAYOUT FOR FORMER CEO OF POWER UTILITY ESKOM

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa's Public Protector (Ombudsman), Busisiwe Mkhwebane, has agreed to investigate the chief executive officer (CEO) of State-owned power utility Eskom, Brian Molefe, for a 30 million Rand (about 2.31 million

Calypso Acquires Stake in Sernova Financial

Merged activity to boost investor participation to centralised clearing SAN FRANCISCO, July 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Calypso Technology, Inc., a leading provider of capital markets and investment management software, announced today that

Premier Helen Zille and MEC Debbie Schafer showcase eLearning model school in Gugulethu

Premier Zille and Minister Schafer showcase eLearning model school in Gugulethu

Premier Helen Zille and Education Minister Debbie Schafer today visited Litha Primary School in Gugulethu to view the progress being made

Burundi School Director: 6 Teens Likely Seeking Better Life

Six Burundian teenagers who disappeared after an international robotics competition in Washington probably left because life is hard in the East African nation, not because they feared insecurity at home, the director

ETHIOPIA WANTS TO MAKE ADDIS ABABA STRATEGIC AVIATION HUB BETWEEN CHINA AND AFRICA

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia envisages making its capital, Addis Ababa, a strategic aviation hub between China and Africa. Speaking to Xinhua, Transport Minister Ahmed Shide said Ethiopia and China have air infrastructure as

SA, Indonesia explore investment opportunities

South Africa and Indonesia have agreed to identify sectors to exploit investment opportunities.Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies and his Indonesian counterpart, Enggartiasto Lukita, met on Friday during the third Joint Trade

OVER ONE LAKH INDIAN TOURISTS LIKELY TO VISIT SOUTH AFRICA: OFFICIAL

COIMBATORE, July 23 (NNN-PTI) -- South African Tourism is expecting over one lakh tourists from India this year, a senior official said.The country has registered a 21.7 per cent increase in arrival

MEC Alan Winde visits Absa Aliens, 24 Jul

Young city software developers to showcase their latest conceptsYoung software developers will have the chance to showcase their concepts as part of Minister Alan Winde's focus on innovation this month.Tomorrow (24 July