Daily Archives: May 16, 2017

Treasury on technical difficulties affecting RSA Retail Savings Bonds

Communication on technical difficulties affecting RSA Retail Savings Bonds

National Treasury would like to assure RSA Retail Savings Bonds investors that technical difficulties that are currently affecting Retail Savings Bonds, including the helpline, queries, emails and website, are urgently receiving …

One in four children in North Africa, Middle East live in poverty – UNICEF study

Poverty continues to impact the lives of Middle Eastern and Northern African children, according to new analysis from the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), which highlights that millions of the region’s young people live without quality health care or decent …

Minister Blade Nzimande: Higher Education and Training Budget Vote 2017/18

Minister of Higher Education and Training, Budget Vote Speech, National Assembly

Advancing Higher Education and Training in the year of OR Tambo

Honourable Speaker

Cabinet Colleagues and Deputy Ministers

Deputy Minister of Higher Education & Training, Mr. Mduduzi Manana

Chairperson …

French President Pushes Paris Olympic Bid, Forms Government

PARIS � French President Emmanuel Macron is building a new government with a fresh face – lean, half-female and tasked with carrying out his plans to rethink labor laws and overhaul politics.

The government will be formally presented on Wednesday. …

JUDGMENT RESERVES IN SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTITUTIONAL COURT’S SECRET BALLOT CASE

JOHANNESBURG, May 16 (NNN-SABC) — The Constitutional Court has reserved judgment in an application brought by opposition party United Democratic Movement (UDM) whether Members of Parliament (MPs) can cast secret ballots in a no-confidence vote against President Jacob Zuma.

Opposition …