Daily Archives: October 2, 2018

Forbes Africa Magazine Honors Benedict Peters With Prestigious Oil & Gas Leader 2018 Award Recognizing His Entrepreneurial And Philanthropic Efforts

NEW YORK, Oct. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Benedict Peters, CEO and Founder of Aiteo Group was bestowed the accolade of Oil & Gas Leader 2018 by Forbes Africa Magazine at a VIP reception in New York September 27, 2018. The

Report by Public Health Experts Laments “Missed Opportunity” as World Health Organization Debates Global Tobacco Policy

Knowledge Action Change criticizes the World Health Organization for endorsing countries that ban e-cigarettes; says organization is ignoring international treaty that approves these lower- harm alternatives to smoking GENEVA, Oct. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — As delegates gather for the World

Parliament Donates ICT Equipment to 3 Safe Homes for Abused Women and Children

As part of the centenary celebrations of the births of liberation icons Nelson Mandela and Albertina Sisulu, and in response to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s “Thuma Mina” call for South Africans to lend a hand in helping the needy, Parliament today

Two firearms recovered, suspects remanded in custody

The Sundumbili SAPS members acted on an intelligence driven information about the suspects on the way to commit a robbery in the Sundumbili area. The team proceeded to Masomonco area in Sundumbili, where a suspicious vehicle was spotted. A search

North West invests in the environment

The North West provincial government is set to launch its first state owned waste buy-back centre in Mahikeng, as part of a waste management plan. MEC for Rural, Environment and Agricultural Development, Manketsi Tlhape, is expected to launch the initiative


WASHINGTON DC– Morocco has overtaken South Africa as the continent’s automotive hub and is soon expected to produce more cars a year than Italy, according to an article in the Wall Street Journal published here Sunday. The kingdom has also

Ethnic Clashes Kill 44 in Restive Western Ethiopia

Weekend fighting between rival ethnic groups in western Ethiopia killed at least 44 people, state affiliated media reported Tuesday. The clashes occurred on the border between the central Oromia and western Benishangul-Gumuz regions. Violence began when officials from Benishangul-Gumuz were

Report: African Countries Struggle to Contain Terror Groups

Amid a decline in terror incidents worldwide in 2017, African countries struggled to prevent the expansion of terror groups in parts of the continent, according to a U.S. State Department report on terrorism. “African countries expanded their efforts to develop