Daily Archives: June 14, 2018

La campagne de promotion touristique du Sichuan 2018 « Le Sichuan ...

CASABLANCA, Maroc, 13 juin 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Dans l’après-midi du 11 juin, heure locale, et dans la célèbre ville historique marocaine de Casablanca, plusieurs centaines de touristes et d’habitants de la ville se sont rassemblés dans le complexe commercial Tachfine

Knife Attack Kills 2 at South Africa Mosque

Two people were stabbed to death at a mosque in South Africa Thursday, and several others wounded before the attacker was shot and killed by police.The attack took place in the town of Malmesbury near the city of Cape Town.

Iran Rebukes Canadian Move to Label Revolutionary Guard ...

Iran Foreign Affairs Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif says an effort in Canada's Parliament to brand Iran's Islamist Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) "terrorists" is regrettable."Although the government has changed in Canada and a new administration has s...

SOUTH AFRICAN BANKS FACING LOSSES OF HALF A BILLION RAND FROM ...

JOHANNESBURG-- The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (Sabric) has projected that financial losses for financial institutions will amount to nearly half a billion rand (about 37.6 million US dollars) by the year's end if the current spate ca...

MINING SECTOR IDENTIFIED AS TB HOT SPOT IN SOUTH AFRICA

DURBAN-- The mining sector has been identified as one of the Tubercolosis (TB) hot spots in this country by some speakers at the 5th South African TB conference being held this week in Durban. Other hot spots include urban informal

SOUTH AFRICA LAUNCHES NEW BUSINESS REPORTING LANGUAGE

PRETORIA-- South African Trade and Inudtsry Minister Rob Davies has launched the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission's Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) aimed at boosting the ease of doing business and financial reporting.The lau...

MINING SECTOR IDENTIFIED AS TB HOT SPOT IN SOUTH AFRICA

DURBAN-- The mining sector has been identified as one of the Tubercolosis (TB) hot spots in this country by some speakers at the 5th South African TB conference being held this week in Durban. Other hot spots include urban informal