Daily Archives: November 17, 2017

Police and the community join hands to fight the scourge of drugs and substance abuse in Gauteng

Gauteng police and the community from various sectors have joined hands to deal and fight the scourge of drugs and substance abuse in the province. The community is responding positively …

Minister Nomvula Mokonyane hands over flush toilets in Upington as part of World Toilet Day, 17 Nov

Minister Mokonyane to hand over thousands of flush toilets in Dawid Kruiper Municipality

The Minister of Water and Sanitation (DWS), Ms Nomvula Mokonyane will hand over thousands of waterborne toilets …

Remarks on Human Rights/Religious Freedom in Sudan

Asalaam Alaikam. I am honored to join all of you here today. I would like to first thank the leaders of the Al-Neelain Mosque for hosting us today and for …

Families given a chance to identify M1 bodies

Gauteng Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa has instructed that the burial process of the bodies involved in the M1 South incident be stalled for seven days.

I have instructed that the …

SOUTH AFRICANS URGED TO USE WATER WISELYAM LEVELS CRITICAL

CAPE TOWN, The Cabinet has cautioned South African communities to use water more wisely as the levels in the country’s dams remain critical and remain a matter of concern as …

STRENGTHENED ACTION AGAINST POLICE KILLERS NECESSARY

The Portfolio Committee on Police mourns the killing of Constable Jabulani Mavundla stationed at the Mbongolowane police station, KwaZulu-Natal, and the wounding of his colleague.

We would like to extend …

US Officials Warn Special Ops Forces Being Stretched to Possible Breaking Point

Add U.S. lawmakers to the ranks of those worried the country’s special operations forces are being stretched to a possible breaking point.

Pentagon officials raised the issue months ago, telling …