Daily Archives: November 19, 2018

Le Forum collaboratif pour l’innovation et le développement de la nouvelle route de la soie et la cérémonie de clôture du programme de formation C Blue de China Merchants se sont déroulés au bâtiment de China Merchants Port dans la zone franche de Shekou

SHENZHEN, Chine, 19 novembre 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Dans l’après-midi du 15 novembre, la cérémonie de clôture du programme de formation intitulé Bâtir des rêves bleus – Programme de formation sur la Route de la soie maritime du XIXe siècle (appelée

The police launched the 2018/2019 Safer Festive Season Operations and opened the satellite police station

Zebediela- Following the launch of the annual national 2018/2019 Safer Festive Season operations on the 1st of November 2018 in the Eastern Cape Province, the Provincial Commissioner of the South African Police Service in Limpopo. Lieutenant General Nneke Jim Ledwaba

Arts and Culture Committee to Conduct PanSALB Interviews

Parliament– The Portfolio Committee on Arts and Culture will tomorrow commence with interviews for the Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB). The committee will this week interview 25 shortlisted candidates for the PanSALB languages board.     Source: Parliament of the

Committee to Be Briefed on National Sport and Recreation Amendment Bill [B43-2018]

Parliament– The Portfolio Committee on Sport and Recreation will tomorrow be briefed by the Department of Sport and Recreation on the National Sport and Recreation Amendment Bill [B43-2018]. Proposed amendments to the Bill seek, among other things, to provide for the

Cuts on rock lobster fishing in line with court judgment

Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) Minister Senzeni Zokwana says he is aware of the challenges that the current determined Total Allowable Catch and Effort (TAC/E) cuts will have on the industry, specifically the fishing communities. This follows the department’s announcement

US Targets South African Who Helped North Korea Skirt Oil Sanctions

  The U.S. Treasury Department sanctioned a Russian-born South African citizen Monday, alleging the man helped North Korea evade sanctions to purchase oil. Vladlen Amtchentsev, 49, purportedly helped North Korea obtain fuel oil and gas oil, and worked with Singapore