Daily Archives: October 2, 2019

The United States Pharmacopeia selected by USAID to strengthen systems that improve the quality of medical products in low- and middle-income countries

New program builds on USP’s and USAID’s longstanding cooperation to advance access to quality-assured

Michael Mwanja and Willy Ombisi Accredited as World Rugby Match Commissioners

The Kenya Rugby Union’s (https://www.KRU.co.ke/) Fixtures and Competitions’ Administrator Michael Mwanja received his World …

SAFA to conduct C and D License Coaching courses in October and November

The South African Football Association (SAFA) will be conducting some coaching courses in the …

It’s been an amazing journey Jill Ellis, USA

Though it was the second time that she took home FIFA’s top prize for …

Nigerian Pres Buhari heads to South Africa for state visit

ABUJA, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will on Wednesday depart for South Africa on a …

After Africa, Prince Harry and Meghan to Battle UK Press

LONDON – Prince Harry did not hold back as he launched an extraordinary attack …

Response to media reports on police van used unlawfully

Nelspruit Police in Mpumalanga are concerned about negative media reports stemming from a video …

Drugs estimated to be worth R261 000 confiscated in Paarl

WESTERN CAPE – Our quest to eradicate the illegal substances and drug trade in …

Suspect in attack on elderly farm dweller to appear in court

DURBAN – A suspect arrested by police for an attack on an elderly Paulpietersburg …

Ellis working hard to get Banyana Banyana ready for Japan clash

Head coach of the Sasol-sponsored Banyana Banyana, Desiree Ellis, is working hard to ensure …

Basic Education sets record straight on Commission for Gender Equality

Basic Education Department sets the record straight regarding the Director-General’s appearance at the Commission …

Government Communications calls media to apply for accreditation for South Africa Investment Conference

Investment Conference Accreditation Advisory 2019

The South Africa Investment Conference attracted R300 billion in …