Monthly Archives: August 2018

Telecom conference to attract billions

South Africa will use the 2018 International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Telecom World platform to attract new investment into the country in an effort to meet the President's target of US$100 billion investment

NCOP Delegates Delighted with Commitment Shown by Officials in Letsemeng Local Municipality

Parliament� Although there is still a lot to be done in the entire Xhariep District Municipality concerning primary health care service delivery issues, at least, the National Council of Provinces' (NCOP) delegates

Last day to comment on mining charter

South Africans who wish to submit comments on the draft Mining Charter have until the end of business on Friday to do so.The draft Mining Charter was gazetted for public comments in

Gauteng task team to be dispatched to Soweto

The Gauteng Provincial Government says it will dispatch a team to get a deeper understanding of the grievances raised by residents in Soweto over fake and expired goods sold at spaza shops.

Suspect arrested for housebreaking and theft in Olifantshoek

The SAPS Detectives Service and Visible Policing Unit in Olifantshoek followed up on information that led to the arrest of one male suspect for house breaking and theft. On Thursday, 30 August

Rules Committee Agrees on Procedures to Regulate Section 89 of Constitution – Removal of a President

Parliament� Parliament's National Assembly Rules Committee has unanimously agreed on Rules to regulate section 89 of the Constitution: Removal of President and has recommended that the National Assembly adopt them.Section 89 of

Moment of silence for slain police officers

The South African Police Service (SAPS) has urged South Africans to observe at least a moment of silence on Sunday morning in honour of those police officers who died in the line

Dludlu, Ramajoe off to FIFA U17 Women’s WC Workshop

SAFA's team administrative manager, Levy Ramajoe and SA U17 Girls national team coach, Simphiwe Dludlu will fly out to Uruguay this Sunday, 2 September for the upcoming FIFA U17 Women's World Cup

Hefty sentences meted to farm attackers and rapists

Hefty sentences were meted out tofour men found guilty of farm attack and rape by different courts in three separate incidents in the province.First to be sentenced, are two men, Kansas Mintoor

Deputy President David Mabuza to Answer Questions in the National Assembly

Parliament, Wednesday� Deputy President David Mabuza will answer questions for oral reply from Members of Parliament in the National Assembly (NA) tomorrow, Thursday 30 August 2018. The six questions which Deputy president