October 11, 2022

Le salon littéraire « Le Monde lit Beijing »– L’enfants de Beijing tenu en Tunisie

TUNIS,Tunisia, Oct. 11, 2022/PRNewswire/ — Le 29 septembre 2022, le salon littéraire « Le Monde lit Beijing » (Tunisie) – L’enfants de Beijing, parrainé par la Fédération des Cercles Littéraires et Artistiques de Pékin et organisé conjointement par la China National Publications Import and Export (Group) Co., Ltd. et le Collège de Littérature

“World Reading Beijing”- Beijing Kid Literature Salon was successfully held in Tunis

TUNIS,Tunisia, Oct. 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — On September 29, 2022, the “World Reading Beijing” (Tunisia) – Beijing Kid Literature Salon, sponsored by Beijing Federation of Literary and Art Circles and co-hosted by China National Publications Import and Export (Group) Ltd. and Beijing Lao She Academy of Literature, was successfully held in

Omdia: No dominant chatbot players on the horizon

LONDON, Oct. 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The world’s most lucrative AI business – Chatbots/Virtual Digital Assistants — will remain a market served by a robust, diverse ecosystem of vendors. In a new report, Omdia suggests that contrary to a wide range of vendor assessments and traditional technology market trends, Chatbot/VDA solutions

Hawks net illegal miners, firearms, explosives

National Hawks Head Lieutenant General Godfrey Lebeya has lauded the seizure of a firearms cache and arrest of 20 suspects linked to illegal mining during an operation at a mine shaft in Stilfontein in the North West. Lebeya on Monday hailed the operation, warning that these measures were “only just

Government consults Mpumalanga communities on just transition programmes

The Presidential Climate Commission (PCC) will hold community consultations towards the implementation of a just transition framework for South Africa in Mpumalanga this week. The consultations are intended to mitigate the social and economic impacts of the climate transition and to improve the livelihoods of those most vulnerable to the

Chinese human trafficking and child labour trial postponed

The trial of seven Chinese nationals arrested for alleged human trafficking and child labour was postponed in the South Gauteng High Court on Monday to Friday next week as the court tries to secure a Mandarin interpreter. “It emerged in court today that the previous interpreter spoke Cantonese and the

Mabuza to engage Northern Cape traditional and Khoi-San leaders

Deputy President David Mabuza will again engage with traditional and Khoi-San leaders in Khathu, the Northern Cape on Wednesday. “The ongoing engagements with traditional and Khoi-San leaders by the Deputy President seek to strengthen the role of government and the institution of traditional leadership to represent communities, preserve cultural heritage

Ministers and Deputy Ministers pay for electricity, water at private residences

Government says Ministers and Deputy Ministers pay for the usage of electricity and water at their private residences, while the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure pays for the usage of water and electricity of state-owned buildings, such as official residences. This comes after government noted an article published in

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