Monthly Archives: January 2017

BrainHQ Crushes Competition in First Review of Science Behind Brain Apps

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 31, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The first systematic review of study evidence that commercially-available, brain-training programs might help with healthy aging just published in Neuropsychological Review. The

Deputy Minister Enver Surty hands over library to Freedom Park Primary School

The Deputy Minister of Basic Education, Mr Enver Surty will today, 31 January 2017 handover a library to Freedom Park Primary School in Devland, Johannesburg. This is the 24th library …

SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE HONOUR PERSONNEL FOR BRAVERY, HARD WORK AND DEDICATION

The South African Police Service (SAPS) has honoured its men and women in blue for their bravery, hard work, dedication in the fight against crime and commitment to serve all …

Managing national borders ‘cannot be based on any form of discrimination’

Refugees fleeing conflict and persecution are entitled to protection, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said today, expressing concern at decisions around the world that have undermined the integrity of the …

Alternate Foreign Minister G. Katrougalos to participate in a Conference on “Returning to Growth with Social Equity after Depression: The International Evidence”

Alternate Foreign Minister Giorgos Katrougalos will address the conference on “Returning to Growth with Social Equity after Depression: The International Evidence,” which is based on the Chilean economist Andres Solimano’s …

Survey: Global Freedom Drops for 11th Year as Populism, Autocracy Rise

U.S. human rights group Freedom House says global freedoms weakened in 2016 for an 11th consecutive year, a decline it blamed on growing populism and nationalism in democratic nations and …

Police on fake Ugandan doctors

Fake Ugandan doctors denied bail

James Lwanyaga (48) and his friend Paul Linton Ssengoba (47), both Ugandan nationals, were denied bail by the Bafokeng Magistrate’s Court on Friday following their …