SA condemns military take-over in Lesotho

Pretoria - The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) has warned the military in Lesotho that South Africa, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the African Union (AU) will not tolerate the unconstitutional take-over of the neighbouring mountain kingdom. On Saturday, the Lesotho…

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Ebola now in Senegal

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Senegal became the fifth West African country affected by what the World Health Organisation calls the Ebola world war. The Senegalese Minister of Health and Social Action, Awa Marie Coll Seck said:  'The results of tests conducted by the Pasteur Institute of Dakar proved positive…

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Petrol price drop on 3 September

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Pretoria – The prices of petrol, diesel, illuminating paraffin and Liquefied Petroleum Gas will decrease next Wednesday, providing much-needed relief for motorists. According to the Department of Energy, both grades of petrol will decrease by 67 cents/litre, diesel will decrease by 25.38 cents/litre, the Single…

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R1,7 Billion Rand Hospital the future of Gauteng Health

Johannesburg – The new Natalspruit Hospital, which recently opened its doors, is set to be the future of Gauteng health. The hospital, which cost R1.7 billion to construct in a period of eight years, is furnished with 821 beds and spans an area of over…

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SA fosters closer trade relations with Mozambique

Pretoria - South Africa is fostering closer trade relations with Mozambique, which is one of the seven fastest growing economies in sub-Saharan Africa, says the Department of Trade and Industry (dti). “Mozambique is amongst the seven fastest growing economies in sub-Saharan Africa and we cannot…

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Ebola Response Roadmap Situation Report

This is the first in a series of regular updates on the Ebola Response Roadmap. The update contains a review of the epidemiological situation and response monitoring. This first update provides a baseline against which progress on the full implementation of the roadmap can be…

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Procedures for travel to Ebola countries from SA

Pretoria - South African Airways (SAA) has introduced new procedures for travel to and from Ebola virus high risk areas with passengers required to seek permission to travel from the national Department of Health. “All travellers between South Africa and the Ebola high-risk areas in…

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Gauteng women unite for empowerment

Johannesburg – Women from around Gauteng on Wednesday gathered in Newtown to share their hopes with the province’s first citizen on how government can improve their lives and strengthen gender equality. The session was not only a chance for women’s organisations to interact with Gauteng…

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VF Plus sal toesien dat wit en bruin deel vorm van bestekopname oor armes in SA

Die VF Plus verwelkom Statistiek Suid-Afrika (SSA) se onderneming om ʼn landwye peiling te doen om die vlakke van armoede en ongelykheid in die land te meet, maar sal toesien dat wit, bruin en Khoisan ook hierby ingereken word, sê adv. Anton Alberts, die VF…

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SCA dismisses President Zuma appeal over tapes

Bloemfontein - Justice Mahomed Solomon Navsa of the Supreme Court of Appeal dismissed President Jacob Zuma's application to prevent the release of taped recordings with costs.  The recordings will now be handed over to the Democratic Alliance. In response to the ruling the National Prosecuting…

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