Daily Archives: September 10, 2018

East Meets West at Belt and Road @ index, China Brand Furniture and ...

BEIJING, Sept. 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Belt and Road @ index, China Brand Furniture and Building Material Expo will take place in Dubai World Trade Center from 16th to 18th September 2018. Belt and Road @ index is hosted by

Nine suspects held for murder and public violence in Klerksdorp

Potchefstroom: As part of stamping the authority of the state following violence that broke out in Pienaarsdorp in Klerksdorp, police reacted swiftly and arrested nine suspects aged between 22 and 52 on Sunday, 9 September 2018 for murder and public

Allocation of spectrum to benefit consumers

Government has finalised consultations with the telecommunications industry and other stakeholders to ensure allocation of spectrum reduces costs to consumers, promotes competition and eases barriers to entry. “Government has recently decided to accelerate the licensing of the radio frequency spectrum

SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM MINISTER IN ZIMBABWE FOR SADC TOURISM MINISTERS ...

BULAWAYO, ZIMBABWE– South African Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom is among tourism ministers and stakeholders from around the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and other parts of the continent who are meeting in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, to discuss and exchange experiences relating

SOUTH AFRICA NEEDS STRONG, CORRUPTION-FREE STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, ...

DURBAN-South African President Cyril Ramaphosa says Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has a big task on his hands in sorting out and dealing with the issues in his portfolio. Ramaphosa was in KwaZulu-Natal Province over the weekend to engage business

Ebola Fight Has New Science but Faces Old Hurdles in Restive Congo

When Esperance Nzavaki heard she was cured of Ebola after three weeks of cutting-edge care at a medical centre in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, she raised her arms to the sky with joy and praised the Lord. Her recovery

Aid Agencies: Rich Nations Must Act to Avoid ‘Refugee ...

Drastic cuts in foreign aid are putting millions of refugees fleeing war and drought in East Africa at risk of malnutrition and diseases such as diarrhea, dysentery and cholera, aid agencies warned on Monday. The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) said

Are Somali Troops Prepared to Lead the War Against al-Shabab?

As the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) prepares to implement the planned phased withdrawal of more than 21,000 troops fighting militant groups, including al-Shabab and the Islamic State in Somalia, some experts are concerned that the country may not