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18 January 2017
                       
 
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18 Jan 2017
 
 
Ethiopian government appeals for humanitarian aid
AID
On the heels of failed rains and a calamitous El Niño in Ethiopia, the country’s government has launched an appeal for $948-million to urgently address food and non-food needs, while the United...
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17 Jan 2017
 
DA NW: Tutu Faleni says shortage of teachers, no transport and lack of resources a norm in NW schools
STATEMENT
During an oversight visit to review school readiness in the province, the DA found that the schools were underdeveloped, had a shortage of teachers and limited resources. The DA will write to the...
 
 
The African towns falling into decline and poverty after mining companies use resources then exit
THE COVERSATION
The town of Fria in Guinea was built around bauxite mining in 1957. It used to have good facilities: water, electricity, schools, housing and hospitals. But since the last company mining there...
 
 
15 Jan 2017
 
CC: Latest decisions by the Competition Commission
STATEMENT
1.  Key decisions on Mergers and Acquisitions 1.1 Proposed merger between Vardospan (Pty) Ltd v Habib Overseas Bank Ltd The Commission has approved, without conditions, the intermediate merger...
 
 
13 Jan 2017
 
Zimbabwe typhoid outbreak cause for caution
HEALTH
A recent outbreak of typhoid fever in neighbouring Zimbabwe was cause for vigilance but not alarm, Dr Pete Vincent of Netcare Travel Clinics and Tokai Medicross said. “In southern Africa, a spike...
 
 
11 Jan 2017
 
How bucking climate change accord would hinder fight against HIV/AIDS
THE CONVERSATION
The potential withdrawal of the United States from the Paris climate agreement has broad implications for society and the environment. While much attention has concentrated upon melting glaciers,...
 
 
06 Jan 2017
 
Time for SA to evaluate its relations with Al-Bashir, says SACP
News
SA Communist Party (SACP) deputy secretary Solly Mapaila on Friday, accused Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir of committing atrocities against his fellow countrymen, and urged the South African...
 
 
06 Dec 2016
 
Gauteng: David Makhura: Address by Gauteng Premier, during the third political report, Gauteng Provincial Legislature (06/12/2016)
Topics
I would like to express my sincere gratitude to this House for granting me this opportunity to table the Third Political Report of the ANC-led fifth provincial administration, which I have the...
 
 
2nd World Breastfeeding Conference put the spotlight on exclusive and quality Breastfeeding
What's On
The Department of Health in partnership with International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) and other partners will host the 2nd World Breastfeeding Conference.  The goal of the Conference is to...
 
 
01 Dec 2016
 
TVET students will show 'true colours' in 2017 - EFF MP
EDUCATION
Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college students might follow the example of their university peers and protest in 2017, an Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) MP hinted on...
 
 
30 Nov 2016
 
DEPUTY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA TO ADDRESS WORLD AIDS DAY COMMEMORATION
What's On
Daveyton- Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will tomorrow, Thursday 01 December 2016 address the World Aids Day Commemoration at Sinaba Stadium in Daveyton, Gauteng Province. Deputy President...
 
 
Land privatisation and climate change are costing rural Kenyans
INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES
Eddah Senetoi lives with her son in the small pastoralist community of Elangata Waus. They keep cows, goats, sheep and donkeys to buy food and pay school fees. For her and other pastoralists living...
 
 
28 Nov 2016
 
WC: WC Government joins climate change action group
STATEMENT
The Western Cape Government has been accepted to join ‘The Climate Group – States & Regions Alliance’, an international group of provincial, state and regional governments that are actively...
 
 
UNTU: Government must intervene to help PRASA to fight vandalism and crime on trains
STATEMENT
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) needs to declare war on criminals to combat the war on its trains, platforms, employees and commuters. “It is time that all stakeholders,...
 
 
 
                       
 
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