Monthly Archives: May 2017

nSight1 blasts off into space

Pretoria – Weighing just 2.5kg, South Africa’s first privately owned nanosatellite, nSight1, has been successfully launched into orbit from the International Space Station (ISS).

Deployed on 24 May, nSight1 will …

MEC Albert Fritz on Child Protection Week dialogue

Child Protection Week Dialogue: Minister Fritz launches support group for parents who lost children to violence & murder

Today, Western Cape Minister of Social Development, Albert Fritz, announced plans to …

Limpopo launches Youth Month Programme, 1 Jun

Limpopo Provincial Government launch Youth Month Programme

Limpopo Provincial Government led by Premier, Chupu Stanley Mathabatha, in partnership with the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) in Limpopo, officially launch the …

Boat operators face price fixing charges

Pretoria – Five vessel owners, who ferry passengers between Robben Island Museum and the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, are facing prosecution on charges of price fixing and collusive tendering.…

Indications Iran Doubling Down on Use of Proxy Forces

WASHINGTON � An influx of cash that was the byproduct of the deal Iran struck with a group of world powers to curtail its nuclear program may not be changing …

BIGGEST SOUTH AFRICA UNION CALLS FOR BOYCOTT OF ZAMBIAN GOODS OVER DETENTION OF HICHILEMA

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa’s biggest single trade union, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa), has called for a boycott campaign of Zambian products in protest at what it …

Premier Willies Mchunu attends meeting of portfolio committee on Office of Premier, 30 May

Xenophobic attacks to come under spotlight: KZN Premier attends portfolio committee

As he completes 365 Days in Office, KwaZulu-Natal Premier Willies Mchunu will today attend the meeting of the Portfolio …