Monthly Archives: March 2017

La Fondation Jeffrey Modell va déployer le premier réseau nord-africain pour le traitement de l’immunodéficience primaire

CSL Behring sponsorise le premier réseau de ce genre sur le continent africain LIVINGSTONE, Zambie, 31 mars 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Le leader mondial des produits biothérapeutiques CSL Behring a confirmé aujourd’hui son intention de sponsoriser le réseau nord-africain Jeffrey Modell,

Jeffrey Modell Foundation to Open the First North African Network for Primary Immunodeficiencies

CSL Behring Sponsors the First Network of its Kind on the African Continent LIVINGSTONE, Zambia, March 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Global biotherapeutics leader CSL Behring today announced its commitment to sponsor the Jeffrey Modell North African Network, which will establish a diagnostic

Deputy Minister John Jeffery: Message to OR Tambo Secondary School

Message from the Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, the Hon JH Jeffery, MP to the learners of O R Tambo Secondary School, 29 March 2017

Good morning to all the learners and education of OR Tambo Secondary School.

Your school

Minister Malusi Gigaba meets with National Treasury Exco members

Finance Minister-designate Malusi Gigaba is humbled by the opportunity extended to him to serve the country and the people of South Africa as Minister of Finance.He has had discussions with his predecessor, Mr Pravin Gordhan, and they have agreed to

Fight TB together with HIV, says Health Minister

Mangaung � Health Minister, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, says South Africa cannot win its fight against HIV/Aids as long as Tuberculosis remains one of the biggest killers in the country.

We cannot win the fight against HIV if we don't fight TB.

President Zuma reshuffles cabinet

Pretoria � President Jacob Zuma has made changes to the National Executive in order to improve efficiency and effectiveness.

The changes bring some younger MPs and women into the National Executive in order to benefit from their energy, experience and expertise.



PRETORIA, The Cabinet has approved a new road safety strategy aimed at drastically reducing carnage on South African roads.The National Road Safety Strategy 2016-2030 embodies the principles of the Safe Systems approach and gives effect to the five pil...

Four famines, four towns, and 40 dead police officers: The cheat sheet

Every week, IRIN looks ahead at what's on our humanitarian radar and curates a selection of the best reports, opinion, and journalism you may have missed:

A deal for Syria's four towns?

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