Monthly Archives: September 2017

Islamic State Regrouping in Libyan Desert, Experts Warn

As the Islamic State group faces military defeats in Syria and Iraq, the group has an eye on war-torn Libya, hoping to re-emerge there and organize in the country’s desert, officials and experts warn.

Siddiq al-Soor, the head of the …

Nigeria National Day

On behalf of the American people, I congratulate the Government of Nigeria and the Nigerian people as you celebrate your national independence on October 1.

The United States and Nigeria have a strong and enduring partnership that benefits both our …

CGAP Launches Guide for Financial Service Providers to Better Meet the Needs of Low-Income Customers

Washington, D.C., Sept. 28, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CGAP today launched the Customer-Centric Guide, a web-based collection of toolkits and experiments to help financial service providers deliver products and services that better meet the needs of low-income customers.

The

Police officers arrested for foiled robbery

Eight suspects, including three police officers, were arrested on Thursday following the foiled robbery of a cellphone store at the Fourways Mall, north of Johannesburg.

Police said on Thursday that security officers at the mall spotted and apprehended one suspect …

Environmental Affairs hosts 12th Annual Air Quality Governance Lekgotla in Woodmead, 2 to 4 Oct

Gearing Up For Air Quality Management towards and Beyond 2020

The Department of Environmental Affairs will from 02 � 04 October 2017, host the 12th Annual Air Quality Governance Lekgotla at the CedarWoods of Sandton, Hotel and Conference Centre, Woodmead …

Cabinet sends good wishes to Mama Winnie

Cabinet has wished Winnie Madikizela-Mandela a happy 81st birthday.

Cabinet joins the rest of the country in wishing Mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, affectionately known as the Mother of the Nation, a happy birthday as she turned 81 on Tuesday, 26 September …

U.S.-China Social and Cultural Dialogue

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong co-chaired the first U.S.-China Social and Cultural Dialogue (SCD) September 28, 2017, in Washington, D.C. President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping launched the SCD in April 2017,

Education has come a long way – President

President Jacob Zuma says government will continue to prioritise education and ensure the upward trends in terms of transforming the education system.

Speaking at the opening of newly built classrooms and a library at Adams College, established in 1853 as …

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