Daily Archives: June 22, 2018

Most Countries Aren’t Prepared for the Next Epidemic

PreventEpidemics.org Highlights Gaps in Preparedness and Encourages Action to Save Lives ASPEN, Colorado, June 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The world will face another unpredictable epidemic, but most countries are not ready to find, stop, and prevent its spread. A new website, PreventEpidemics.org, spotlights gaps in preparedness and highlights actions countries, donors, activists, and organizations can take […]

Six arrested with suspected stolen copper in Upington

Northern Cape: Police in Pabalello are investigating a case of possession of suspected stolen copper. On Wednesday, 20 June 2018 at about 09:00, police followed up on information regarding the bakkie full of copper offloading at a house in Bellona Stre...

2008 murder lead to arrest of seven suspects for fraud, corruption and murder

PRETORIA � The execution of KwaZulu-Natal Social Development official Thembinkosi Dlamini, 37, who was shot dead in his office in 2008, has led to the arrest of seven (7) suspects for fraud, corruption and murder.Dlamini was a branch manager at the Wel...

SOUTH AFRICA: CABINET WELCOMES GOVERNMENT’S INTERVENTION ON ESKOM-LABOUR CRISIS

PRETORIA-- The south Africa Cabinet has welcomed the intervention made by Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan in the wage negotiations dispute between the Eskom management and labour.Last Friday, Gordhan convened a meeting with the Eskom board a...

CWP being up-scaled for bigger impact

Deputy President David Mabuza says government is working towards reconfiguring the Community Works Programme (CWP) to ensure that it has a bigger impact on reducing poverty.The Deputy President said this when he fielded oral questions in the National C...