Daily Archives: January 11, 2018

Western Cape Tourism on international and domestic tourists

December 2017 ‘peak season’: 11.5% increase in international arrivals; regional trips on the rise

Initial reports on the December 2017 peak tourism month show high growth in international arrivals, and an increase in visitors to …

WHEN HUMANS WAGE WAR, ANIMALS SUFFER TOO: STUDY OF AFRICA’S CONFLICTS

PARIS, When humans wage war, they harm more than just one another. Wild animals suffer too, and some have verged on annihilation in Africa’s many anti-colonial and civil conflicts, researchers said.

More than 70 per …

RAMAPHOSA TO LEAD SOUTH AFRICAN TEAM TO WEF ANNUAL MEETING IN DAVOS

PRETORIA, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will lead the South African delegation to the 48th World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting to be held in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, fom Jan 23 to 26, it was announced here.…

Protests Continue in Tunisia, Army Deploys, Hundreds Arrested

TUNIS, TUNISIA More than 300 protesters were arrested overnight, and the army was deployed in several Tunisian cities to quell violent demonstrations over prices, taxes and unemployment that have swept the country.

In Thala, near …

National Student Financial Aid Scheme welcomes pronouncement on free education

Statement regarding the pronouncement on free education

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) welcomes the President of the Republic of South Africa’s pronouncement on free Higher Education and Training for deserving poor and working-class …