Monthly Archives: June 2017

G20-AFRICA PARTNERSHIP AN AVENUE FOR CONTINENT’S SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

ACCRA, The G20-Africa Partnership Compact is an avenue for renewing co-operation and enhancing sustainable economic development in Africa, says Christoph Retzlaff, the German Ambassador to Ghana.

Launched under Germany’s presidency …

Attacks on police stations condemned

Pretoria – Authorities have condemned the recent armed attacks on police stations in the Free State and Cape Town, which resulted in the death of two constables and the wounding …

Zuma Fate Looms Over ANC Policy Conference

JOHANNESBURG � South Africa’s ruling African National Congress has opened a major policy conference, an event the party holds every five years to set priorities and programs ahead of the …

Cashless payments on the cards for Gauteng commuters

Pretoria � The Gauteng Provincial Government will in the next three months introduce a pilot project for a single e-ticket for public transport users.

A similar card-based pilot project was …

SOUTH AFRICA’S DANNY JORDAAN DISMISSES CLAIMS OF FBI PROBE

JOHANNESBURG, South African Football Association (SAFA) President Danny Jordaan has for the first time spoken about his recent overseas trips, and especially about speculation that his visit to the United …

Media diversity crucial for democracy

Johannesburg – Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo says South Africa’s media space can no longer afford to be dominated by only a few big players and that more emerging media players …

Gunfire Rings out Near Jail in Congo’s Capital Kinshasa

KINSHASA � Gunfire rang out near a small jail in Democratic Republic of Congo’s capital Kinshasa on Thursday afternoon and a heavy army presence was deployed at the site, witnesses …