Daily Archives: October 28, 2019

Premier Alan Winde renews agreement with Bavaria

Western Cape Government renews agreement with BavariaToday, Premier Alan Winde met with Dr Florian Herrmann, the Bavarian State Minister for Federal Affairs to renew the Joint Action Plan between the two regions

Basic Education on South African school principals returning from study tour to China

South African school principals return home after successful learning tour of Shanghai, ChinaThe 25 South African school principals who spent two weeks in China in a study have returned home. The school

MEC Masuku spends night with paramedics as part of monthly voluntary work

On Saturday night MEC for Health Dr BandileMasuku rolled up his sleeves and spent the night with Emergency MedicalServices night shift crew, based at Dr Yusuf Dadoo Hospital, attending to callsas part

Second edition of Africa Investment Forum to focus on renewable energy

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi on Thursday, 24 October 2019, launched the second edition of the Africa Investment Forum (AIF) in Sandton, Johannesburg.Speaking on behalf of Gauteng Premier, Lesufi made a call

SAFA President on Vision 2022

SAFA President, Dr Danny Jordaan speaks on Vision 2022 the first phase's successes and now the objectives of the second phase.He speaks about the successes of various national teams, from junior

Sundowns Ladies continue their dominance in the #SNWL

Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies continue their dominance in the new SAFA National Women's League as they came from two goals down to defeat First Touch Academy 3-2 at the Seshego Stadium on Saturday

Sundowns Ladies continue their dominance in the #SNWL

Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies continue their dominance in the new SAFA National Women's League as they came from two goals down to defeat First Touch Academy 3-2 at the Seshego Stadium on Saturday

New Tuberculosis Treatment for Developing Countries to Cost $1,040

A newly approved three-drug treatment for tuberculosis will be available in 150 countries including India and South Africa, priced at $1,040 for a complete regimen, more than twice the cost proposed in

New Tuberculosis Treatment for Developing Countries to Cost $1,040

A newly approved three-drug treatment for tuberculosis will be available in 150 countries including India and South Africa, priced at $1,040 for a complete regimen, more than twice the cost proposed in