Archive for June 1st, 2017

Undocumented children share stories of strife

Johannesburg � Janet* was born at home to a foreign mother, who passed away before her birth was registered.

After her mother’s death, she was placed in a children’s home. … Read More

CAPE TOWN’S WATER CRISIS OF CATASTROPHIC PROPORTIONS, SAYS MAYOR

CAPE TOWN, Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille has described the scenario of the city running out of usable water as a “crisis of catastrophic proportions” and warned that water … Read More

President Jacob Zuma holds Presidential Youth Working Group meeting in Pretoria, 2 Jun

President Jacob Zuma will tomorrow, 2 June 2017, kick-start National Youth Month with a meeting of the Presidential Youth Working Group at the Sefako Makgatho Presidential Guesthouse in Pretoria.

The … Read More

SOUTH AFRICAN POWER UTILITY ESKOM ORDERED TO RESCIND RE-APPOINTMENT OF ITS CEO

CAPE TOWN, South African Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has directed the board of power utility Eskom to to rescind the re-appointment of its group chief executive officer, Brian Molefe, … Read More

Attacked for Body Parts, Tanzanian Albino Children Get New Limbs in US

PHILADELPHIA � Emmanuel Rutema couldn’t keep the smile off his face as he tested out his new prosthetic arm and promptly knocked himself on the nose.

“Be careful with your … Read More

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