Daily Archives: September 13, 2019

Des dirigeants internationaux lancent une commission révolutionnaire pour sauver 840 millions de personnes dans le monde de la pauvreté énergétique

La Fondation Rockefeller a annoncé aujourd’hui le lancement de la Global Commission to End Energy Poverty (Commission mondiale contre la pauvreté énergétique ou GCEEP). La Commission définira un nouveau programme visant à

Alleged police murderer remanded in custody

WESTERN CAPE � Shane Cecil Swart (20), appeared at the Blue Downs Magistrate's Court yesterday in connection with alleged murder and attempted murder charges regarding the shooting incident at Sharp Shooters tavern

Belgian-Backed Labour Migration Initiative?boosts Employability of Tunisian Youth

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) supported 31 Tunisian students and university graduates with concrete opportunities to builduptheir skills and increase their chancesoffindingan adequate job, or to create their ownopportunitiesthrough...

News: Police arrest suspect for alleged murder of a child

POLOKWANE An intelligence led joint operation, comprised of various Police Units, resulted in a major breakthrough when a 35-year-old wanted suspect was arrested that was allegedly involved in the killing of

Swift arrest of business robbery suspects

DURBAN Police officers from various units in Ladysmith, reacted to a call from Harrismith police with regards to a robbery that took place at a department store in their policing precinct. A

Bailey hails football initiative among Primary Schools in CT

SAFA NEC Member and Cape Town President, Bennett Bailey has hailed the recently ended Five-a-Side Primary Schools League that took place this week in Athlone, Cape Town as a resounding success.Nine schools

Bailey hails football initiative among Primary Schools in CT

SAFA NEC Member and Cape Town President, Bennett Bailey has hailed the recently ended Five-a-Side Primary Schools League that took place this week in Athlone, Cape Town as a resounding success.Nine schools

Introducing the EdTech Hub

Tim Unwin, UNESCO Chair in ICT4D; Emeritus Professor of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London and Chair of the Chair of the Intellectual Leadership Team for the EdTech HubMolly Jamieson

US Election 2020 Debate -Fact-Check

WASHINGTON - Ten Democrats seeking the presidency tripped over some details Thursday night as they sparred in a debate thick with policy and personal stories. Several made provocative accusations that President Donald

Human Settlements conducts public information sessions on Housing Consumer Protection Bill

Department of Human Settlements takes Housing Consumer Protection Bill to communitiesThe Department of Human Settlements will this month visit different communities in various provinces across the country to allow public comment and