Monthly Archives: November 2017

How Europe’s panic over migration and terrorism is a big opportunity for Africa

Video footage of African migrants detained on their way to Europe being sold as slaves in Libya has provoked outrage and dismay in Africa and the wider international community. As …

SOUTH AFRICANS URGED TO EXPOSE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMRN, CHILDREN

PRETORIA, Minister of Public Service and Administration Faith Muthambi has urged South Africans to be involved in fighting and exposing violence against women and children.

We must raise our children …

Foreign Visitors to US Fall Sharply From 2016

WASHINGTON The number of international visitors to the United States through June fell sharply from last year, according to government data released Wednesday.

And the number of business travelers fell …

Gauteng Health commemorates 2017 World Aids, 1 Dec

The Gauteng Health MEC Dr Gwen Ramokgopa will on Friday, 01 December 2017 join the Gauteng Aids Council in commemorating the World Aids Day in Ellis Park sports arena, Johannesburg.…

President Jacob Zuma opens Dumisani Makhaye Drive, 2 Dec

President Jacob Zuma will on Saturday, 02 December 2017, officially open for public use the new Dumisani Makhaye Drive (Main Road 577) in Clermont, Durban as part of Government’s nationwide …

PARLIAMENT STATEMENT ON THREATS AGAINST MEMBERS OF PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC ENTERPRISES

Parliament notes with great concern reports of threats made against several Members of Parliament and a staff member involved in the Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises’ inquiry into governance at …

PARLIAMENT STATEMENT ON THREATS AGAINST MEMBERS OF PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC ENTERPRISES

Parliament notes with great concern reports of threats made against several Members of Parliament and a staff member involved in the Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises’ inquiry into governance at …