Daily Archives: September 14, 2017

Press Availability With U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson

FOREIGN SECRETARY JOHNSON: Good afternoon, everybody. I am delighted to welcome Secretary Tillerson to London. We’ve had an excellent series of meetings, including, of course, about the appalling damage wrought by Hurricane Irma. I returned this morning myself from Anguilla …

SOUTH AFRICA: ESKOM POSTPONES POWER CUTS TO DEBT RIDDEN MUNICIPALITIES

PRETORIA, — State-owned power utility company Eskom has rescheduled electricity interruptions to three Eastern Cape municipalities following non-payment of their bills.

The power utility had planned the pending interruptions of bulk electricity to the municipalities of Raymond Mhlaba, Walter Sisulu …

Africa’s liberation history to be documented

We are a force. That’s the declaration the late African National Congress leader, Oliver Tambo, made on 2 May 1984 while delivering a speech in Mazimbu, Tanzania.

The longest serving ANC President, whose contribution to South Africa’s liberation is being …

Deputy Minister Sfiso Buthelezi responds to media reports about Public Investment Corporation CEO

The Deputy Minister of Finance, Mr Sfiso Buthelezi, as Chairman of the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), notes media reports that there is a campaign to remove PIC Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr Dan Matjila.

The Deputy Minister would like to …

At Least 32 Killed in Ethiopia’s Oromia, Somali Regions

WASHINGTON � At least 32 people have been killed in clashes across Ethiopia’s Oromia and Somali regions following clashes between rival ethnic Somali and Oromo forces, a former Ethiopian lawmaker said.

Speaking to VOA Somali Service, Boqor Ali Omar Allale …