Monthly Archives: September 2017

More US Strikes Kill Several IS Fighters in Libya

PENTAGON U.S. airstrikes have killed more Islamic State fighters in Libya � the second such attack in the North African nation in less than a week.

“In coordination with the …

WCA Executive Summit And Family Office Forum 2017

MARRAKECH, Morocco, Sept. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — On October 1, 2017, all roads lead to Marrakech in the Kingdom of Morocco, for the 4th Annual WCA Executive Summit being …

SOUTH AFRICAN SPORTS MINISTER CONGRATULATES BANYANA ON WINING COSAFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

PRETORIA, South African Sport and Recreation Minister Thulas Nxesi has congratulated Banyana Banyana, the country’s national women’s football team, for being crowned the 2017 COSAFA (Council of Southern Africa Football …

Poachers Target Africa’s Lions, Vultures With Poison

JOHANNESBURG Hundreds of vultures in Namibia died after feeding on an elephant carcass that poachers had poisoned. Poachers in Zimbabwe used cyanide to kill dozens of elephants for their ivory …

Concern as SA drops in Global Competitiveness Index

Brand South Africa has expressed concern at South Africa’s declined performance in the 2017-2018 World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Index (WEF GCI).

South Africa now ranks 61 out of 137 …

Disclose Your Donors, South African Court Tells Political Parties

JOHANNESBURG South Africa’s political parties should be required to disclose the source of their funding, a court ruled on Wednesday, potentially exposing the patronage networks that have influenced power …

Agriculture Minister, traditional leadership agree to work together

Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Senzeni Zokwana has met with Kgoshi Mokopa Makgoba and the two have agreed to work together to resolve concerns around the resettlement of the Makgoba …