Daily Archives: November 21, 2017

IGAD MEMBER COUNTRIES ESTABLISH THE HORN OF AFRICA WILDLIFE LAW ...

The member countries of IGAD established a new regional network to expand and strengthen their fight against illegal wildlife trade in the Horn of Africa at a November 15 ceremony at African

New fish smoking ovens launched in Asia

Rome/Unnichchai SRI LANKA - The traditional method of fish-smoking in this small fishing community in eastern Sri Lanka sees women spending many hours tending to fish laid out on mesh over

Third Committee Approves 14 Draft Resolutions on Human Rights ...

In a day filled with voting and contentious debate, the Third Committee (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural) today expressed itself on human rights defenders, migrants and the safety of journalists by approving 14

Man (28) and girlfriend (26) to appear in Strand Court on drug ...

Vigilant members attached to Lwandle SAPS Crime Prevention acted on information received on Friday, 2017-11-17, and went to a house in Lwandle where drugs were allegedly being stored. They arrested a 28-year-old

DNA kit set to boost fight against wildlife crime

The Department of Environmental Affairs has launched a DNA barcoding kit on Monday to help officials to combat wildlife crime.The kit was produced in partnership with the International Barcode of Life Project

MEC Ismail Vadi: Anti-Corruption Indaba

Anti-Corruption Indaba, Birchwood Conference Centre, 21 November 2017

Honourable Premier

Members of the Executive Council

The Chairperson and Members of the GPG Ethics Advisory Council

Members of the Gauteng Provincial Legislature

Executive Mayors and Members of

US Seeks ‘Genuine Transition’ in Zimbabwe

STATE DEPARTMENT The United States is urging Zimbabwean leaders to move the country towards a genuine transition and allow political space for the country's opposition and its people to determine their