Monthly Archives: July 2018

SA honours its rangers

The men and women who defend the country’s wildlife, sometimes paying with their very lives, have been honoured as South Africa observes World Ranger Day.

Environmental Affairs Deputy Minister Barbara Thomson on Tuesday led country celebrations at Addo Elephant National …

SA honours its rangers

The men and women who defend the country’s wildlife, sometimes paying with their very lives, have been honoured as South Africa observes World Ranger Day.

Environmental Affairs Deputy Minister Barbara Thomson on Tuesday led country celebrations at Addo Elephant National …

DIRCO studying Grace Mugabe’s ruling

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) on Monday noted the judgement setting aside the decision to grant diplomatic immunity to the former First Lady of Zimbabwe, Grace Mugabe.

The International Relations and Cooperation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu noted the …

Minister Zweli Mkhize invites candidates to apply for appointment to Municipal Demarcation Board

Minister Mkhize invites suitable candidates to apply for appointment to the Municipal Demarcation Board

The Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA), Dr Zweli Mkhize, invites applications from suitably qualified and experienced persons for the appointment as members of …

Treasury receives draft Tegeta forensic report

National Treasury has received the draft forensic report on alleged irregularities in the awarding by Eskom of a coal contract to Tegeta.

Further to the announcement of 4 August 2017, National Treasury has received the draft forensic report on the …