Category Archives: Aviation

Police nab suspects for smuggling illicit creams

The South African Police Service in Limpopo have arrested two (02) suspects aged 37 and 44 for smuggling illicit creams at the Groblesburg Port of Entry in the Tom Burke Policing precinct

WFP: Climate Change to Accelerate World Hunger

The World Food Program warns climate change will have a devastating impact on agriculture and the ability of people to feed themselves. The WFP forecasts a huge increase in worldwide hunger unless

Portfolio committee welcomes developments in sugar industry

Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry has welcomed the gazetting of the Sugar Industry Regulations.The Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry welcomes the gazetting of the Sugar Industry Regulations on transitional

Turnaround strategy to help reposition SABC

Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says the SABC remains committed to implementing its turnaround strategy in order to turn the corner and stabilise.The Minister said this when the SABC appeared before the Portfolio

Employment equity hearings head to Kimberley

The Department of Labour is set to unpack the Employment Equity (EE) Amendment Bill & Regulations to the labour market community of Kimberley this Friday.Held under the theme 'Real transformation makes business

Medupi Unit 2 synchronised to the grid

Unit 2 of Eskom's Medupi power station has been synchronised to the electricity grid, eight months ahead of schedule.Eskom is pleased to announce that Unit 2 at Medupi Power Station produced first

High-level meeting over DRC

Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula is in Kampala, Uganda, for a meeting aimed at discussing the peace and security situation in the DRC.The 9th High-Level Meeting of the Regional Oversight

Banyana Banyana go down to Chile in friendly international

Sasol-sponsored Banyana Banyana went down 2-1 to Chile in an international friendly match played on Saturday, 6 October at Estadio Sausalito in Vina del Mar, Chile.The South Africans had to play with

Train ride a reality check for Nzimande

Transport Minister Blade Nzimande kick-started the 2018 Transport Month by joining thousands of commuters who use Metrorail trains to get to work.The Minister ditched the comfort of his car to catch a

SOUTH AFRICAN PROVINCE LAUNCHES WASTE BUY-BACK CENTRE

MAHIKENG, SOUTH AFRICA-- The government of South Africa's North West Province is set to launch its first State-owned waste buy-back centre in the capital, Mahikeng, as part of a waste management plan.The

Tips for motorists ahead of fuel price hike

Rushing to fill your tank ahead of the midnight fuel price increase? The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA) has some sage advice for you.The association on Tuesday said

Progress in recognition of indigenous people

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA) Minister ZweliMkhize has revealed that the department has made significant progress in the legal recognition of indigenous people.The milestone was achieved with the finalization of the

FORMER SOUTH AFRICAN MINISTER ORDERED TO PAY PART OF LEGAL COSTS

JOHANNESBURG-- The Constitutional Court, South Africa's highest judicial authority, has ruled that former social development minister Bathabile Dlamini should be held personally liable for 20 per cent of the legal costs incurred

SA commended for tackling sanitation challenges

The African Ministers Council on Water (AMCOW) has commended the South African government for establishing a department that focuses on sanitation issues.AMCOW Sanitation Project Manager Kitchinme Bawa said South Africa is amongst