Monthly Archives: February 2018

Prophet RAEL in support of President Ramaphosa’s policy of land redistribution in South Africa

ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast, Feb. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Rael, spiritual leader of the International Raelian Movement (IRM), has expressed his full support to the President of the Republic of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa,

Gauteng Legislature hosts debate on State of the Province Address and reply to State of the Province Address, 1 and 2 Mar

Debate on the State of the Province Address and reply to the State of the Province Address house sittings

The Gauteng Provincial Legislature will be hosting a Special House Sitting where Gauteng Premier

SA Referees to officiate CAF Champions League matches

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has once again entrusted SAFA to send their most trusted referees to officiate at the CAF Champions League matches in two weeks' time.

A total of eight

UN Needs $278M to Fight Violence, Rights Abuses Worldwide

GENEVA

The U.N. Human Rights Office is appealing for $278.3 million in voluntary contributions to monitor human rights abuse worldwide and help prevent violence.

The U.N. Human Rights Office warns of a global

No right hands for wrong weapons

South Africa has called on the international community to make a reinvigorated push to rid the world of nuclear weapons as they pose catastrophic risks.

Pretoria is convinced that neither the possession nor

LABOUR ACTIVATION PROGRAMME SHOULD BE SPREAD TO ALL PROVINCES

The Portfolio Committee on Labour on Wednesday questioned why the Labour Activation Programme is only active in two provinces and said it could perform even better on creating employment opportunities.

The Labour Activation