Daily Archives: June 14, 2019

Zoomlion to Showcase “Africa-ready” Agricultural and Construction Equipment at the First Sino-African Trade Expo

CHANGSHA, China, June 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (Zoomlion) is exhibiting at the first China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo (the “Expo”) that will be held from

Ellis laments lack of goal scoring after loss to China in the WC

Banyana Banyana head coach Desiree Ellis lamented her squad's lack of goal scoring as their Achilles heel.South Africa suffered their second loss of the tournament when they went down to China in

Six suspects arrested for possession of presumed stolen property in Grabouw

WESTERN CAPE - Members attached to Grabouw SAPS arrested six suspects (five males and one female) between the ages of 27 and 42 after they were found in possession of railway tracks,

Nine South African MPs Resign from National Parliament

PRETORIA, The announced resignation on Thursday of the South African Labor Minister, Mildred Oliphant, has raised to nine the list of former high-ranking government officials who has made up their mind to

Nine South African MPs Resign from National Parliament

PRETORIA, The announced resignation on Thursday of the South African Labor Minister, Mildred Oliphant, has raised to nine the list of former high-ranking government officials who has made up their mind to

President Cyril Ramaphosa announces reconfigured departments

On the 29th May 2019, President Ramaphosa announced the appointment of a reconfigured national executive following the recently held general elections. Delivering the announcement, the President committed to a process of further

President Cyril Ramaphosa announces reconfigured departments

On the 29th May 2019, President Ramaphosa announced the appointment of a reconfigured national executive following the recently held general elections. Delivering the announcement, the President committed to a process of further

Africa 13% boost in FDI flow: South Africa, Ghana, Ethiopia big winners

JOHANNESBURG, Foreign investment in sub-Saharan Africa rose 13% last year to $32 billion, bucking a global downward trend and reversing two years of decline, according to a United Nations report.Development of new