Home Affairs on live-capture system upgrade

Update on Live-Capture system upgradeAs announced on Wednesday, 11 July, the Department of Home Affairs started upgrading its live-capture system last Friday, 13 July 2018, to enable automation of birth registration and

Humansdorp Police seek public’s assistance in identifying two ...

Police seek assistance of the public in locating the family relatives of a homeless man whose body was found lying in Caravan Park, Park Street in Humansdorp yesterday.On Sunday, 15 July 2018

Minister Edna Molewa establishes lion bone export quota for 2018

In accordance with advice provided by the Scientific Authority, the Department of Environmental Affairs has determined the 2018 lion bone export quota.The approved quota of 1500 skeletons (with or without the head)

Local steel, aluminium no threat to US security

South Africa has re-emphasised that its steel and aluminium products does not pose any threat to US national security.It is clear that SA does not pose a threat to US national security

NEWLY LAUNCHED MEERKAT TELESCOPE SPURS DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH AFRICAN ...

CARNARVON, SOUTH AFRICA-- The newly-launched MeerKAT radio telescope, the gem of the Karoo and the precursor of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA), an international effort to build the world's most powerful tool

Western Cape Social Development launches innovative Child Play ...

Mandela Month: Child Play Therapy Room launched in Mitchells Plain Local OfficeAs part of our Mandela Month commemorations and in the run-up to Mandela Day, the Western Cape Department of Social Development

19-year-old man arrested hiding in ceiling

Eagle eyed Dutywa Police arrested a 19-year-old man hiding in the ceiling of local high school at Dutywa town. Police were alerted about burglary business that took at a high school at

Masutha inspects justice system

Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha has used Imbizo Focus Week to visit various courts where issues around the provision of justice services were under the spotlight.Putting his own recent health

Environmental Affairs hosts stakeholder engagement workshop on ...

Department of Environmental Affairs hosts a stakeholder engagement workshop on National Climate Change BillThe Department of Environmental Affairs will host the Gauteng provincial stakeholder engagement workshop on the National Climate Change Bill

Varsity course to help transform SA’s urban landscape

In an effort to realise spatial transformation, plans are underway to include the Integrated Urban Development Framework (IUDF) into the curricula of institutions of higher learning.The IUDF seeks to foster a shared

Dludlu relishes challenge against USA Select side

South Africa's u17 Women's National team coach Simphiwe Dludlu said the practice match Bantwana will play against the visiting USA side Goal For Girls at UJ in Auckland Park on Saturday, 14

NEW REPORT PROJECTS AFRICA’S FOOD AND BEVERAGE MARKET TO REACH ...

NAIROBI, A new report showcasing evidence to guide African governments in successfully mechanizing Africa's agribusiness value chains has been launched here by the Malabo Montpellier Panel, a group of 17 African and

Kenya Looks to Boost Black Rhino Population

Wildlife authorities in Kenya have opened a new sanctuary for black rhinos in Tsavo East National Park. Black rhinos have fared better than other rhino species in recent years, but remain threatened

Kenya Looks to Boost Black Rhino Population

Wildlife authorities in Kenya have opened a new sanctuary for black rhinos in Tsavo East National Park. Black rhinos have fared better than other rhino species in recent years, but remain threatened