Daily Archives: October 16, 2018

Groundbreaking data project to support smallholder farmers and end hunger

Ceres2030 will help donors prioritize investments by evaluating agricultural interventions and investment costs to achieve the U.N.’s sustainable development goal of zero hunger by 2030 Rome, Oct. 15, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — How can donors best invest their money to

Swift response by police lead to the arrest of three suspects

Three suspects aged 28 and 40 are due to appear in the Port Shepstone Magistrate’s Court today facing robbery charges. They were arrested yesterday immediately after they allegedly robbed a woman of an undisclosed amount of cash at Oribi Plaza.

Albertina Sisulu honoured

There are many remarkable men and women upon whose shoulders our nation has been built. Their powerful contributions to our struggle for freedom charted the way for a country that belongs to all South Africans. Among these revolutionary giants was

President studying SARS commission report

President Cyril Ramaphosa has received an interim report of the Commission of Inquiry into Tax Administration and Governance by the South African Revenue Service (SARS). “The President is applying his mind to the contents of the interim report and the


PRETORIA– President Cyril Ramaphosa will lead the South African government delegation to the two-day Presidential Health Summit that will be convened on Friday and Saturday in Boksburg, Gauteng. The President is scheduled to address the summit plenary at 11 on

Ethiopia’s New Cabinet 50 Percent Women, Including Defense

Ethiopia’s new Cabinet is now a record 50 percent female, including the country’s first woman defense minister, after lawmakers on Tuesday unanimously approved the nominations put forward by reformist Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. “Our women ministers will disprove the old

US Imposes Sanctions on Iran Business Said to Support Child Soldiers

The U.S. imposed sanctions Tuesday on a network of businesses that is said to support an Iranian paramilitary force that allegedly trains and deploys child soldiers to fight with Iran’s powerful Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. The network of at least