Daily Archives: April 13, 2019

Ministers discuss operating hours at Oshoek/Ngwenya Border Post

Extending the operating hours of the Oshoek/Ngwenya Border Post to 24 hours has been discussed by the Ministers of Home Affairs from South Africa and the Kingdom of Eswatini.

This follows a meeting

Politics Aside, Algeria Faces Huge Economic Challenge

PARIS The tens of thousands of protesters who have taken to the streets for an eighth straight week aren’t the only crisis roiling Algeria. Helping to drive the unrest in Africa’s largest

President Ramaphosa to hand over schools in KZN

President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Wednesday officiate the handover of three primary schools at Enhlanhleni, Lembe and Ingweni Phaphama primary schools situated in Dannhauser, Newcastle, Utrecht and Vryheid respectively.

A single handover ceremony

Deadly Protests Erupt in Mogadishu Over Killing of Rickshaw Driver

At least five people were killed Saturday in Mogadishu during violent demonstrations staged by hundreds of drivers, who took to the streets of the Somali capital to protest the killing of a

We can do the Nation proud

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter wants proper AFCON preparations following the draw on Friday night in which South Africa were drawn in Group D together with Morocco, Ivory Coast and neighbours Namibia.

Briefing