Daily Archives: September 18, 2018

Gates Foundation Report Says Demographic Trends Threaten Global ...

Bill and Melinda Gates say investing in young people could unlock productivity and innovation

SEATTLE, Sept. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation today launched its second annual Goalkeepers Data

Free State hosts Lilizela Tourism Awards 2018, 21 Sept

Free State Provincial Lilizela Tourism Awards 2018: Honouring the best of the best

The Free State tourism product owners who have worked hard to perfect their products and provide travelers with unique experience

Economic Development Committee Deliberates on Competition Amendment ...

Parliament� The Portfolio Committee on Economic Development will tomorrow continue with deliberations on the Competition Amendment Bill [B23 - 2018]. The Bill seeks to clearly define market enquiry, abuse of dominance and

Three suspects arrested for double murder

Western Cape: The swift response by members of the Bellville Vehicle Crime Investigation Unit resulted in the arrest of three suspects for double murder and the possession of unlicensed firearms and ammunition.

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SA argues for safe use of nuclear

Efforts to strengthen nuclear security should not hamper the right to use nuclear technology for peaceful means, says Energy Deputy Minister Thembi Majola.

While we continue to intensify our efforts to strengthen nuclear

SOUTH AFRICAN EDUCATION DEPT CALLS FOR SYMPOSIUM ON SAFETY IN SCHOOLS

PRETORIA-- Following reports of a number of child abductions and violent incidents taking place inside and outside the grounds of schools in South Africa, the Department of Basic Education (DBE) has called

Dludlu fired up for Spain tour

Head of the South African U17 Women's National Team, Simphiwe Dludlu, believes that her squad's tour of Spain will play a key role in measuring how far they are in getting ready