Daily Archives: June 19, 2017

Western Cape Education on estimated costs of damage to schools

Estimated costs of damage to schools reaches R124 million

The storm that hit the Western Cape on Wednesday, 7 June, damaged 170 schools, according to the latest report compiled by the Western Cape Education Department (WCED). In addition, two were …

Government allowed to recover R1.125bn from Absa

Pretoria – Government is allowed to recover R1.125 billion in misappropriated public funds from Absa Bank and its predecessor Bankorp.

This follows a proclamation by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane on Monday when she released a report into misappropriate use of …

Cameroon Detains 30 of Its Soldiers Fighting Boko Haram

YAOUNDE � Cameroon has detained 30 of its soldiers fighting Boko Haram in the northern part of the country. The Defense Ministry says the soldiers abandoned their positions in a protest over pay and working conditions.

Military officials in Cameroon …

Arts and Culture hosts Anti-femicide Imbizo in Soweto, 23 Jun

MRM, Arts and Culture hosts imbizo on anti femicide in Soweto

The Moral Regeneration Movement (MRM) in partnership with the Department of Arts and Culture will host an imbizo on Anti Femicide to confront the callous murder of women and …

DESPARATE FAMILIES SEEK COURT ORDERS TO COMPEL AUTOPSIES TO BE CARRIED OUT

JOHANNESBURG, Desperate families have approached the courts to compel forensic officers who are striking illegally in South Africa’s Gauteng Province to return to their jobs so that autopsies can be carried out and they can retrieve the bodies of their …