Daily Archives: September 12, 2019

Global Leaders Launch Groundbreaking Commission to Eliminate Energy Poverty Among 840 Million People Worldwide

The Rockefeller Foundation today announced the launch of the Global Commission to End Energy Poverty (GCEEP). The Commission will drive a new agenda to provide electricity to hundreds of millions in pursuit

Global Leaders Launch Groundbreaking Commission to Eliminate Energy Poverty Among 840 Million People Worldwide

The Rockefeller Foundation today announced the launch of the Global Commission to End Energy Poverty (GCEEP). The Commission will drive a new agenda to provide electricity to hundreds of millions in pursuit

La nouvelle plate-forme V10 d’OLI Systems renforce l’efficacité opérationnelle, la fiabilité et la conformité grâce à des connaissances exploitables

Des innovations uniques pour relever les défis complexes de la modélisation basée sur la chimie de l’eau industrielle CEDAR KNOLLS, New Jersey, le 12 septembre 2019 /PRNewswire/ — La nouvelle plate-forme V10 d’OLI Systems

Wholesale deregulation of labour market a non-starter – Employment and Labour Minister TW. Nxesi

Employment and Labour Minister, TW Nxesi said wholesale deregulation of the labour market is a non-starter, a shop steward and union representative forum was told on Thursday.Nxesi said workers' struggles over decades

Premier Alan Winde on provincial official funeral for Chester Williams

Flags to fly at half-mast for Chester WilliamsFormer Springbok rugby player and Western Cape legend, Chester Williams will receive a special provincial official funeral. The national flag will be flown at half-mast

Premier Alan Winde and MEC Albert Fritz on release of 2018/19 annual crime statistics

Joint statement by Premier Alan Winde and Minister Albert Fritz: Stats prove that police are failing to arrest crimeDespite last year's promises from Police Minister Bheki Cele and the service he leads,

Three African countries to repatriate citizens from South Africa as attacks on foreigners continue

JOHANNESBURG, Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi says his country is busy processing the repatriation of hundreds of Mozambican citizens from South Africa after continuing xenophobic violence resulted in 500 Mozambicans losing their homes