Monthly Archives: July 2018

Ammbr Reveals Technology For Long-Range Wireless Connectivity Up To 8 km

SINGAPORE, July 31, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Ammbr Foundation released details on the long-range wireless technology that will make the Ammbr mesh router capable of picking up signals from up to eight

Japanese Gov’t, Japan World Expo 2025 Committee Beefing Up Bidding Activities to Host World Expo 2025

– Bringing Public-Private Sectors and Pokemon Together Ahead of Decision on Host Country in November –

TOKYO, July 31, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Government of Japan and the Japan World Expo 2025 Committee

MEC Debbie SchA�fer on gang violence

Bring in the specialised gang units and the army to protect our communities now.

Recently there has been a flare up of gang violence in communities within Cape Town as a result of

Gender Commission welcomes Grace Mugabe’s ruling

The Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) has welcomed the judgment by the South Gauteng High Court, which sets aside the decision to grant Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity.

The judgment signifies that gender based

Nine suspects due in court for operating illegal taverns in Lwandle

Western Cape: In continuing with our efforts to bring a stop to the illegal sale of alcohol, Lwandle police recently closed down nine illegal taverns, confiscated large volumes of alcohol and arrested

LEADERS OF SOUTH AFRICAN RULING PARTY HOLDING FINAL LEKGOTLA

PRETORIA-- The African National Congress (ANC) National Executive Committee is holding its last Lekgotla (meeting of leaders) for 2018 at the St Georges Hotel in Irene, outside Pretoria, on Monday and Tuesday.

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