Daily Archives: November 22, 2018

Five arrested for fatal mob attack

Today, five suspects aged between 18 and 39 years, appeared at Nsuze Magistrate’s Court facing charges of murder and attempted murder. This is as a result of an incident which occurred on 11 November 2018, at Mkhomazi area in Bhamshela,

Mount Road Station management’s community engagement session

Eastern Cape: Mount Road Station Management held a community engagement on Wednesday, 21 November 2018. Various community members representing the different sectors within the station attended. The newly appointed Station Commander, Brig Marius Groenewald was introduced to members of the

IEC has year to address voters roll – Constitutional Court

The Electoral Commission (IEC) has welcomed a ruling by the Constitutional Court granting an extension for the Electoral Commission to update the voters’ roll with addresses for all voters to November 2019. In a statement released on Thursday, the IEC

Land reform must benefit emerging farmers: Mabuza

Deputy President David Mabuza says a well-managed land reform process can and should be used to promote the entry of new players into the agricultural sector without materially disrupting existing production capabilities in the country. While the reform process will

NCOP Delegation Visits Healthcare Facilities and a Farm School in Tshwane

A delegation of the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) led by the House Chairperson for International Relations, Ms Masefako Dikgale, visited healthcare facilities and a farm school in the Tshwane region to assess the impact of migration on the delivery

Deputy Speaker Welcomes a Palestinian Child Victim of Violence of Israel’s Government

The Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, Mr Lechesa Tsenoli, welcomed a 15-year-old victim of the violence of Israel’s soldiers in Palestine, Mr Mohammed Tammi, with his father and other family members at Parliament earlier this week. In welcoming Mohammed,

President’s Address Brings to a Close NCOP Taking Parliament to the People

“Seizing the moment to chart a new course of action against poverty, unemployment, inequality and underdevelopment” was a theme of the debate that brought to a close the week-long Taking Parliament to the People Programme in Ekurhuleni. The debate was

Haitians Hailed as Success Story in Mexican Border City

A few blocks from a shelter housing members of a Central American migrant caravan sits the first Haitian restaurant to open in Tijuana, a bustling eatery that has come to symbolize an immigrant success story in this Mexican border city

KT Partners with Ghana Gov’t for Epidemic Preparedness

KT Signs Agreement with Ghana Health Service for Disease Prevention Korean Telecom Leader Brings Technology to Help People Around World SEOUL, South Korea, Nov. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — KT Corporation (KRX: 030200; NYSE: KT), South Korea’s largest telecommunications company, reached a