Category Archives: Human Rights

SOUTH AFRICA TO PHASE IN FREE HIGHER EDUCATION GRADUALLY

PRETORIA, Changes to a system of free tertiary education and training in South Africa will be undertaken in a fiscally sustainable manner, says Higher Education and Training Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize.Briefing the media

Zimbabwe Court Drops Subversion Case Against American

HARARE �A court in Zimbabwe set aside charges against a U.S. citizen accusing her of subversion and undermining the authority of former President Robert Mugabe. The court acted after prosecutors failed to

NHBRC dispatches inspectors to storm-hit Protea Glen

The National Home Builders' Registration Council (NHBRC) is conducting an assessment of the state of houses in Protea Glen, Soweto, following the devastating storm last week.On Saturday, a storm ripped through houses

Suspect held for alleged rape

Yesterday, 31 January 2017, the police in Khuma arrested a 25-year-old suspect for allegedly raping a 27-year-old woman in Khuma, Stilfontein.The suspect's arrest emanates from an incident in which the victim was

Police hosts passing out parades for newly trained police officials, ...

SAPS to host passing out parades for newly trained police officialsThe South African Police Service (SAPS) will be hosting passing out parades in various provinces for more than 3000 SAPS trainees who

SOUTH AFRICAN BUSINESS GROUPS WELCOME CYRIL RAMPHOSA’S ELECTION ...

JOHANNESBURG, Major business groups here have welcomed the election of South African Deputy President Cyrile Ramaphosa as the next president of the ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC) to succeed South

NEW TOP LEADERSHIP OF SOUTH AFRICAN RULING ANC PARTY TO BE ANNOUNCED ...

JOHANNESBURG, South African and African National Congress (ANC) Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and ANC Member of Parliament Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma have both been nominated for the party's presidency and South Africans will

Forum Builds Network to Fight Worldwide Corruption

WASHINGTON Despite ongoing efforts to curb corruption, billions of dollars continue to flow illicitly from countries around the world. That's led to a range of multinational efforts to stem corruption and

Forum Builds Network to Fight Worldwide Corruption

WASHINGTON Despite ongoing efforts to curb corruption, billions of dollars continue to flow illicitly from countries around the world. That's led to a range of multinational efforts to stem corruption and

Police officer and four others arrested for Glebelands murder

The Acting Provincial Commissioner of KwaZulu-Natal, Major General Bheki Langa welcomed the arrest of four men, one of whom is a policeman, following on-going probes into murders at the Glebelands Hostel. Our

Police officer and four others arrested for Glebelands murder

The Acting Provincial Commissioner of KwaZulu-Natal, Major General Bheki Langa welcomed the arrest of four men, one of whom is a policeman, following on-going probes into murders at the Glebelands Hostel. Our

Japan to support efforts targeting crop-destroying Fall armyworm in ...

Juba/Rome � Efforts in South Sudan to fight Fall armyworm, an insect that destroys crops, have received a boost thanks to the Government of Japan's decision to provide $3 million to support

Japan to support efforts targeting crop-destroying Fall armyworm in ...

Juba/Rome � Efforts in South Sudan to fight Fall armyworm, an insect that destroys crops, have received a boost thanks to the Government of Japan's decision to provide $3 million to support

Japan to support efforts targeting crop-destroying Fall armyworm in ...

Juba/Rome � Efforts in South Sudan to fight Fall armyworm, an insect that destroys crops, have received a boost thanks to the Government of Japan's decision to provide $3 million to support