Monthly Archives: January 2018

Radiant.Earth and OpenAQ Partner to Fight Air Pollution in Africa

WASHINGTON, Jan. 31, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Radiant.Earth today announced its partnership with OpenAQ to bring together a diverse group of individuals in Ghana and Kenya who are deeply concerned about poor air quality in their community and are looking for solutions. Radiant.Earth, a non-profit advocating for open geospatial data for positive impact and improved decision-making, will provide OpenAQ […]

Madikizela Mandela discharged from hospital

Anti-apartheid activist Winnie Madikizela Mandela been discharged from hospital, the Mandela family said on Tuesday afternoon.I'm pleased to be going back home where I'll be able to rest and fully recuperate from the short illness. The doctors and nurs...

Committee on Labour Briefed on National Minimum Wage, after NEDLAC Process

The Portfolio Committee on Labour has said it will welcome public comment on the National Minimum Wage bill in the next three weeks, when the Committee is expected to start deliberating on the Bill. The Department of Labour today tabled the National Mi...

Eleven Limpopo traffic officers in court for corruption

The 11 traffic officers arrested in Mokopane, Limpopo, for bribery and corruption are due to appear in the court this morning.The officers, aged between 32 and 54, were arrested by the Road Traffic Management Corporation's National Traffic Anti-Corrupt...

New Day Zero date announced

Day Zero, when household taps run dry in the City of Cape Town, has been moved back four days to April 16, the city announced on Tuesday.According to the latest data, dam levels for Cape Town have dropped by 0.9% to 26.3%.The average daily water produc...