Daily Archives: September 21, 2018

Rhino poaching on the decline

The Department of Environmental Affairs has expressed concern that while rhino poaching numbers are coming down, the prevalence of personnel being arrested for rhino poaching offences is on the increase. In an update on the implementation of the integrated strategic

Advisory panel on land reform set up

President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed an advisory panel on land reform that will support the Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC) on Land Reform, which is chaired by Deputy President David Mabuza. Announcing the appointment on Friday, the Presidency said the panel will

Be safe this Heritage Day weekend

President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on road users to exercise caution and courtesy as they travel across the country for the Heritage Day weekend. President Ramaphosa’s call follows an incident on the N1 in Limpopo province earlier on Friday in

CUBA, SOUTH AFRICA SHOULD BOOST ECONOMIC, TRADE TIES, SAYS SPEAKER OF ...

HAVANA– Cuba and South Africa should strengthen bilateral economic and trade relations to the same level as the strength of their political relations, says the Speaker of Cuba’s National Assembly, Esteban Lazo Hernande. He said this when he met a

SOUTH AFRICA, CAMEROON TO CONTEST FINAL OF COSAFA CUP ON SATURDAY

PORT ELIZABETH– Hosts South Africa and invitational side Cameroon will meet in the final of this year’s Cosafa Women’s Championship here Port Elizabeth on Saturday. Defending champions Banyana Banyana booked their place in the final of the tounament for member

South Africa Rhino Poaching Drops Sharply; 100s Still Being Killed

More than 500 rhinos were poached for their horns in South Africa in the first eight months of 2018, a 26 percent fall from 691 in the same period last year, the Department of Environmental Affairs said Friday. This maintains

UK Envoy Calls for Transparency in S. Sudan

Chris Trott, the U.K. special representative for Sudan and South Sudan, says the parties involved in the conflict in South Sudan have a chance to show their commitment to peace by implementing the revitalized agreement signed a week ago. In