Day: March 13, 2023

PharmaLedger Association Launches Digital Trust Ecosystem in Healthcare

photo PharmaLedger video release link BASEL, Switzerland, March 13, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The PharmaLedger Association™ (PLA), a not-for-profit based in Switzerland, announces the endorsement of its 3-year strategic plan to implement and promote a Digital Trust Ecosystem in healthcare (DTE-H) at its Annual General Meeting held in Lucerne, Switzerland on 1 March 2023.

Home Affairs Minister welcomes arrest of corrupt official

Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has welcomed the arrest of an immigration official with his police accomplice at the OR Tambo International Airport on Wednesday. The immigration official had been under observation for some time due to his suspicious behaviour and suspicious lifestyle. The net closed in on him on

Western Cape Government on plans for nationwide shutdown

Western Cape Government will not tolerate threats of violence and intimidation as part of EFF protest Premier Alan Winde has expressed deep concern over a call for a nationwide shutdown by the Economic Freedom Fighters planned for next Monday, 20 March. The Premier stressed, “Threats of violence, looting of businesses,

Road Traffic Management Corporation on arrest of Tshwane Metro officer

City of Tshwane Metro officer arrested for allegedly soliciting R2000 bribe A Tshwane Metro Police Department constable has been released on bail following her arrest for allegedly soliciting a R2000 bribe from a motorist. The officer and her companion alleged stopped a driver of a vehicle with an unroadworthy trailer

Gauteng Community Safety briefs media on Gauteng third Quarter Crime Stats, 14 Mar

Gauteng Police Commissioner, Lieutenant-General Elias Mawela will on Tuesday, 14 March 2023 at 10h00 present the province’s 3rd Quarter Crime Statistics for the 2022/23 FY to the Legislature’s Portfolio Committee on Community Safety. The Provincial Police Commissioner will provide an account particularly focusing on the number of crimes committed in

Labour court upholds Nehawu strike interdict following appeal

The Department of Health says it welcomes the judgement that interdicts with immediate effect the strike action by the National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union (Nehawu) members and employees who are employed in an essential service. “We believe this judgement will bring some form of stability in health facilities

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