Daily Archives: November 8, 2018

Le 16e salon mondial du voyage de Shanghai, une plateforme professionnelle dédiée au marché du tourisme émetteur chinois

SHANGHAI, 8 novembre 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Le salon mondial du voyage de Shanghai (Shanghai World Travel Fair, SWTF), organisé par Europe Asia Global Link Expositions & Shanghai International Convention & Exhibition Corp., Ltd et soutenu par VNU Exhibitions Asia, est

SA Filmmakers Optimistic Mission to Hollywood Will Yield Positive Results

The South African filmmakers who returned from the United States of America today are optimistic that their mission will yield positive results in the near future and see them working with the Hollywood companies.  The group, whose trip was funded

Joint Constitutional Review Committee Gives Members until Monday for Recommendations on Land

Parliament– The Joint Constitutional Review Committee (CRC) today resolved to give members of the committee until Monday to contribute to the recommendations and observations in its draft report on section 25 of the Constitution. Members of the committee have been given

Nehawu Blows Whistle on Irregularities, Maladministration and Victimisation of Employees at Khayelitsha Hospital

Parliament– The Khayelitsha District Hospital’s (KDH’s) branch of the National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union (Nehawu) today pleaded with the Select Committee on Petitions and Executive Undertakings for its urgent intervention in the crisis faced not only by staff

Special send-off for the late Sefotlhelo

The late Solomon Mosala Sefotlhelo is to receive a Special Provincial Official Funeral. Sefotlhelo, affectionately known as Andy, passed away on 1 November 2018. A statement by the Presidency on Thursday announced that President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared a Special

Rohde found guilty of wife’s murder

Jason Rohde, a former property mogul, has been found guilty of the murder of his wife Susan by the Western Cape High Court on Thursday. Rohde’s defence argued that his wife took her own life after a physical fight about

Tanzania Frees Detained CPJ Journalists

Two staff members of the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists were freed Thursday, a day after Tanzanian immigration authorities took the women from their Dar es Salaam hotel and held them at an unknown location. CPJ, in a statement