Daily Archives: May 22, 2018

SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE LAUNCH MANHUNT AFTER KIDNAP OF THREE CHILDREN

DURBAN — South African police have launched a huge search for three children who were in a car which was hijacked at Madadeni outside Newcastle in northern part of KwaZulu-Natal Province on Monday.

The children, …

RAMAPHOSA’S FIRST 100 DAYS IN OFFICE DESCRIBED BY OPPOSITION PARTY AS HYPE WITHOUT ACTION

JOHANNESBURG– South Africa’s main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance (DA), described President Cyril Ramaphosa’s swearing-in on Feb 15 as bringing new hope after the misrule of former President Jacob Zuma, who almost brought the country’s …

TRADE BARRIERS TOPPED AGENDA AT KENYA-SOUTH AFRICA BUSINESS SUMMIT IN NAIROBI

NAIROBI– Weaknesses in the two countries’ value addition chains as well non-tariff barriers have emerged as the main hindrances in bilateral trade when business people from Kenya and South Africa held a joint summit in …

SOUTH AFRICA’S GAUTENG PROVINCE USING DRONES TO MONITOR INFRASTRUCUTRE PROJECTS

JOHANNESBURG– The government of South Africa’s Gauteng Province has decided to deploy unmanned aerial vehicles or drones to infrastructure sites to monitor delivery, safety compliance and identify blockages.

It is hoped that this will help …

SOUTH AFRICA FINDS PLACES FOR 1,500 MEDICAL INTERNS, 1,300 COMMUNITY SERVICE DOCTORS

PRETORIA– The Department of Health has placed more than 1,500 medical interns who have graudated from South African universities and 1,300 community service doctors for the 2018 and 2019 annual cycles.

The department said here …