Category Archives: Aviation

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

U.S. Department of State and espnW Join Forces for the Seventh Annual ...

From September 24 to October 31, international sports leaders and American mentors in the sports sector across the country will take part in the annual U.S. Department of State and espnW Global

Condolences for Zulu royal family

KwaZulu-Natal Premier Willies Mchunu and his executive council have expressed condolences to the Zulu royal household following the passing of Prince Butholesizwe. The monarchy at the weekend announced that Prince Butholesizwe, 31,

COMMUNICATIONS MINISTER URGES SOUTH AFRICANS TO CONDEMN RACISM IN ALL ...

PRETORIA-- With just days to go before South Africa commemorates Heritage Day, Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has called on South Africans to frown upon racism.This is an ongoing thing that all of

FPB guidelines to protect artists, public

Communications Deputy Minister Pinky Kekana says the draft Film and Publication Board's (FPB) Classification Guidelines seek to determine the extent to which media content is reflective of the public's values and expectations.The

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

Security officers to get salary increase

The long-awaited new private security prescribed minimum wages will kick-in on 01 October 2018, the Department of Labour announced on Monday.The current prescribed minimum wages in the sector expired on 31 August

Suspected gang affiliates arrested with firearms: Port Elizabeth

The establishment of task teams to address serious crimes in hotspot areas is paying off when three firearms and suspects were arrested in separate incidents in the Northern areas of Port Elizabeth

Police seek assistance in murder incident: Zwide, Port Elizabeth

Four males were killed in a shooting incident in Kuvo Street, Zwide last night around 22:45.This followed after a 38-year-old female heard a loud quarrel erupting from a neighbouring shack. When she

Angolan General’s remains return home

A coffin bearing the remains of General Arlindo Chenda Pena made its exit out of South Africa to his home country of Angola for his final burial.Nicknamed Ben-Ben, Pena served as a

SOUTH AFRICA’S BAOBAB TREES DYING OUT

MANKWENG, SOUTH AFRICA-- A bio prospector specialising in the Baobab tree at the University of Limpopo's Agro Food Technology unit, Patric Daswa, says Baobab trees in South Africa which can survive for

RECESSION MAY HIT SOUTH AFRICA’S TAX COLLECTION, SAYS FINANCE ...

JOHANNESBURG-- The recent announcement by Statistics South Africa that the country is in a technical recession may affect tax collection by the Revenue Service, says Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene.There is now an

SOUTH AFRICA DRAW WITH LIBYA 0-0 IN AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS GROUP E ...

DURBAN-- Bafana Bafana failed to exploit home ground advantage as they drew 0-0 with in their Group E qualifier for the 2019 African Cup of Nations here over the weekend.South Africa could