Daily Archives: September 28, 2018

Un chirurgien dermatologique de Los Angeles résout le problème de ...

Le Dr Sanusi Umar annonce la sortie de Dr.UPunch Curl 2.0 LOS ANGELES, 28 septembre 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Le Dr Sanusi Umar, chirurgien dermatologique de Los Angeles, a annoncé le lancement de deux nouveaux outils de greffe de cheveux distincts

Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon Solves African Hair Transplantation ...

Dr. Sanusi Umar Announces The Release Of Dr.UPunch Curl 2.0 LOS ANGELES, Sept. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Dr. Sanusi Umar, a Los Angeles dermatologic surgeon, has announced the release of two new, separate hair transplant tools to solve a matter

Suspects busted with Khat

Uitenhage: By participating in efforts to address the root causes of crime, alert members from SAPS Uitenhage followed their instincts, when they noticed this morning, 28 September 2018, how a person off-loaded suspicious looking bags. Members on patrol stopped next

The official memorial service for Environmental Affairs Minister Edna ...

Parliament– The Portfolio Committee on Police has noted with huge concern and disappointment the Audit Report of the South African Police Service (SAPS) which indicates that the police service has received a second qualified audit opinion from the Auditor-General (AG),

Preparations underway for Molewa’s send off

The official memorial service for Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa will take place at the Tshwane Events Centre, Hall J, on 3 October 2018, at 10h00. The Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC) on State Funerals, led by Minister in the Presidency, Nkosazana

MINISTER: SOUTH AFRICA’S NEW MINING CHARTER BRINGS POLICY ...

PRETORIA– The gazetting of the Mining Charter 2018 is a step towards creating regulatory and policy certainty in South Africa’s mining industry, says Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe. The gazetting of the Charter on Thursday brings to culmination a seven-month

UN: South Sudan Faces Catastrophic Food Shortages

More than 6 million people in South Sudan — or nearly 60 percent of the population — face desperate food shortages, with many on the brink of famine, warns a joint report by three leading United Nations agencies. Particular emphasis