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Environmental Affairs on Avian Influenza outbreak affecting several seabird species

Avian Influenza outbreak on seabirds

The Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA), together with all relevant management authorities, is managing seabird colonies and stringent biosecurity measures are being implemented at the various seabird rehabilitation centres, captive institutions and known breeding localities …

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SA, Norway to strengthen relations

South Africa and Norway will meet today to discuss ways to strengthen their bilateral relations.

International Relations and Cooperation Deputy Minister Luwellyn Landers and his Norwegian counterpart, Secretary-General Marienne Hagen, will meet in Tshwane.

The High Level Committee will give …

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Posted in Food and Beverages

Gauteng Provincial Commissioner welcomes the sentencing of killers of two Sandringham police officers

The Gauteng Provincial Commissioner Lieutenant General Deliwe de Lange has welcomed the sentencing of the two accused, Sandile Nyathikazi and Nhlanhleni Nzama, who murdered two Sandringham Police officers on the N3 South Highway, on Sunday 26 March 2015 at about …

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CGE Briefs Committee on Its Submission on Traditional Courts Bill

Parliament�The Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) briefed the Portfolio Committee on Women in the Presidency on its written submission regarding the Traditional Courts Bill.

The committee noted the following:

Having a core mandate that pertains directly to women, the committee …

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CAPE TOWN–The Directorate of Priority Crime Investigation of the South African police, better known as the Hawks, in Western Cape province has welcomed the hefty sentences imposed on five suspects who operated an illegal abalone enterprise.

The members of the …

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