Daily Archives: September 17, 2018

Deputy Minister Regina Mhaule delivers public lecture at Sol Plaatjie University, 19 Sept

The Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Regina Mhaule, will deliver a public lecture at the Sol Plaatjie University on Wednesday, 19 September 2018. The lecture is aimed at …

Environmental Affairs on release of endangered Pickersgill’s Reed Frogs at Mount Moreland

The Department of Environmental Affairs, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife and the Johannesburg Zoo today (17 September 2018) released 200 captive-bred endangered Pickersgill’s Reed Frogs at Mount Moreland and Prospecton areas in …

Three suspects arrested for double murder

The swift response by members of the Bellville Vehicle Crime Investigation Unit resulted in the arrest of three suspects for double murder and the possession of unlicensed firearms and ammunition. …

Water trucks to bring relief in Amathole Municipality

The Department of Water and Sanitation has handed over 10 water trucks to Amathole District Municipality (ADM), as part of the department’s interventions to mitigate the current drought affecting communities …

Alcohol and drugs dominate weekend operations

In a clampdown on drunk drivers, the City of Cape Town’s Traffic Department’s Drunk Driving Awareness Unit manned numerous roadblocks throughout the metro over the past weekend. The total number …

Countdown to 2018 matric exams

With just 34 days to go until the 2018 National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations, the Basic Education Department (DBE) says it is expecting at least 787 281 learners to sit …

Committee on Higher Education to Meet SA Students Studying in Russia

Parliament´┐Ż The Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training will tomorrow meet South African students studying in Russia.

The students will brief the committee on the living and studying experiences …