December 14, 2022

JETEX WELCOMES THE WORLD’S FIRST LOUIS VUITTON POP-UP AT A PRIVATE JET TERMINAL

Private jet flyers enjoy exclusive access to the most dazzling travel selection. Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Dec. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Jetex, an award-winning global leader in executive aviation, is proud to host the world’s first Louis Vuitton pop-up store at its flagship Jetex VIP Terminal in Dubai. Passengers

Correctional Services on fake jobs scam warning

The Department of Correctional Services (DCS) is urging all citizens to be aware of a scam doing rounds offering unsuspecting citizens jobs in the organisation. This trend is more prevalent during the festive season and the first quarter of the year where innocent people are desperately looking for employment and

Load-shedding: Use less water as supply operations are affected

Higher, prolonged stages of load-shedding are affecting Cape Town’s water supply operations due to factors beyond the City’s control, despite the City’s contingency measures. Using less water will help this situation. The City of Cape Town is calling on everyone – including residents and businesses- to temporarily reduce our collective

City gears up for first festive season long weekend

The coming days will be the first of at least three long weekends this month, with an expected surge in visitor numbers to shopping malls and other public attractions, most notably Cape Town’s recreational facilities. In line with the City’s Festive Season Preparedness Plan, enforcement staff will be deployed to

US Pledging Tens of Billions of Dollars for Africa

The United States plans to commit $55 billion to Africa over the next three years, according to White House officials. The announcement comes as the administration of President Joe Biden hosts a two-day meeting with African leaders. The U.S. three-year funding pledge contains $20 billion for health programs in Africa.

Will African Nations Get Debt Help from IMF and China?

Long-running tensions between the major international lenders and China were aired at a meeting in China’s Anhui province, where participants sought agreement on a way forward for some of the world’s most indebted countries, many of them in Africa. Representatives of the International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and Beijing’s finance

Woman shot and killed during robbery of stokvel, two suspects arrested

NELSPRUIT – Two suspects, both aged 23 years, were arrested in connection with an incident in which a group of women belonging to a stokvel group were robbed of their cash whilst busy sharing. Two armed suspects are said to have suddenly showed up in the house where they had

Police arrest a tavern owner and six accomplices for stock theft

FREE STATE – Two cases of stock theft were registered at Hennenman SAPS after 69 sheep were stolen from two separate farms (32 and 37 sheep, respectively). Kroonstad and Welkom K9 Units, Hennenman SAPS, and members from the Stock Theft and Endangered Species Unit followed every lead to apprehend suspects

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