Daily Archives: October 16, 2019

Defeating Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo motivates a community to confront other diseases with handwashing

These hands are our most important tools of work but can also be a source of disease and death,rdquo; the Nyiragongo Health Zone director, Dr Dan Kapuku, tells the Kiziba community members

Amajimbos bow out of COSAFA tournament

South Africa's National Under-17 men' side (Amajimbos) bowed out of this year's COSAFA Men's Under-17 Championship following their 1-1 draw against Eswatini at Kamuzu Stadium in their final Group A tie. This

Amajimbos bow out of COSAFA tournament

South Africa's National Under-17 men' side (Amajimbos) bowed out of this year's COSAFA Men's Under-17 Championship following their 1-1 draw against Eswatini at Kamuzu Stadium in their final Group A tie. This

Angola, Mozambique roar into COSAFA U-17 Champs semifinals

Angola and Mozambique swept into the semifinals of the 2019 COSAFA Men's Under-17 Championship with comfortable Group B victories on Tuesday (15 October 2019).Angola defeated Comoros Islands 3-0 to finish second in

FIFA statement following racist incidents in Bulgaria

Following changes made to its Disciplinary Code in June 2019, FIFA may extend worldwide any sanctions that a confederation or member association imposes for racist incidents, such as those which occurred in

FIFA statement following racist incidents in Bulgaria

Following changes made to its Disciplinary Code in June 2019, FIFA may extend worldwide any sanctions that a confederation or member association imposes for racist incidents, such as those which occurred in

Basic Education on disruptions to supply of electricity during matric examinations

The Department of Basic Education has noted Eskom's announcement regarding the disruptions to the supply of electricity. The announcement is extremely unfortunate as it coincides with the start of the matric exams

Western Cape Education on electricity cuts affecting NSC exams

Despite various contingency measures being put in place, and assurances from ESKOM as recently as yesterday, we were unfortunately informed at the last minute that loadshedding was to take place across the

Western Cape Education on electricity cuts affecting NSC exams

Despite various contingency measures being put in place, and assurances from ESKOM as recently as yesterday, we were unfortunately informed at the last minute that loadshedding was to take place across the

News: The Acting National Commissioner condemns the killing of three off duty Eastern Cape Police Officers in separate incidents

PRETORIA - The Acting National Commissioner of the South African Police Service, Lieutenant General Bonang Mgwenya has sent her condolences to the families of three Eastern Cape police officers that were killed

Police Minister is encouraged by the declining murder rate and number of arrests in the Western Cape

Police Minister, General Bheki Cele has commended the drastic decline in the murder rate in the Western Cape since the commencement of Operation Lockdown.Operation Lockdown was established three months ago to curb

Missing person sought by Nkandla police

DURBAN Nkandla SAPS are appealing to the members of the community for assistance with regards to locating a missing person Njabulo Bongani Ngubane (18), residing at Ezintinini in Nkandla. He was