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  • Morocco National Day

    Morocco National Day 23 August 2018 To celebrate the nineteenth Anniversary of the Accession to the Throne of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, the Chargé d’Affaires of the Kingdom of Morocco in South Africa Mr Abdelkader NAJI hosted a reception. Photo:...
  • Agriculture bodies support efforts on land reform

    Agriculture bodies support efforts on land reform 23 August 2018 Organised agriculture will soon sign a declaration of intent on land reform that will help government to transform the sector, AgriSA said on Thursday. “We are extending a hand of frien...
  • Pakistan Independence Day Celebrated in South Africa

    Pakistan Independence Day Celebrated in South Africa 23 August 2018 Pakistan Independence Day was celebrated in a simple but dignified Flag-Hoisting Ceremony held at the High Commission for Pakistan, Pretoria on the morning of August 14, 2018. Photo: ...
  • Women of the World – The Rise of the Female Diplomat

    Women of the World – The Rise of the Female Diplomat 21 August 2018 “A husband would be useful, but I suspect that a bachelor ambassador would miss a wife more” said Her Excellency Anne Warburton, Britain’s first woman ambassador. She was posted...
  • In memory of Hannah Yilma

    In memory of Hannah Yilma 21 August 2018 Escaping assassins while resisting the brutal dictatorship in her country Ethiopia, fleeing from an idyllic upbringing, Hannah Mariam Yilma (31 May 1943 – 13 August 2018) had to rebuild her life as a refugee. ...
  • Union of Local Employees of Missions Accredited to South Africa - ULEMASA

    Union of Local Employees of Missions Accredited to South Africa - ULEMASA 20 August 2018 ULEMASA is an independent organization formed in terms of section 4(1) of the Labour Relations Act, 1995 by the local employees who are working in foreign missions ...
  • Fisheries cooperation in the EEZ is an economic advantage for India, Sri Lanka and Maldives

    Fisheries cooperation in the EEZ is an economic advantage for India, Sri Lanka and Maldives By Srimal Fernando and Mizly Nizar   16 August 2018 The ocean has long been a source of economic livelihood for billions of people worldwide. According to ...
  • 66th Anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution

    66th Anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution 16 August 2018 The Egyptian Revolution that took place on the 23rd of July 1952 paved the way for the adoption of a set of comprehensive reforms that resulted in fundamental changes in Egypt’s political, eco...
  • Switzerland celebrates 727

    Switzerland celebrates 727 16 August 2018 Switzerland was founded in 1291 and turned 727 this year.  Ambassador of Switzerland to South Africa, Helene Budliger Artieda hosted a reception on 1 August to celebrate this milestone. Innovation was this...
  • The Indian Ocean Rim Association’s First Woman Secretary General

    The Indian Ocean Rim Association’s First Woman Secretary General 14 August 2018 21 March 1990 is a day that made an indelible mark and became a precious memory for the Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) Secretary General Dr Nomvuyo Nontsikelelo Nokwe...
  • The Brenthurst Foundation Appoints Three New Advisory Board Members

    The Brenthurst Foundation Appoints Three New Advisory Board Members 14 August 2018 The Brenthurst Foundation has appointed three new members to their Advisory Board: former President of Liberia (and Nobel laureate) Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, former Defence ...
  • 197th Independence of the Republic of Peru

    197th Independence of the Republic of Peru Mr. Oscar Roca Ferrand, Charge D’ Affaires A.I of the Republic of Peru held a reception on 27 July 2018 on the occasion of the 197th Independence of the Republic of Peru. Addressing guests Mr Ferrand said tha...
  • Culture Connected – Korea and South Africa

    Culture Connected – Korea and South Africa 13 August 2018 In celebration of the 26th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between the Republic of Korea and the Republic of South Africa, the Korea Foundation for International Culture Exchange (KOFICE) i...
  • El Salvador: Tips on Managing Crime and Avoiding Populism – or is it the other way round?

    El Salvador: Tips on Managing Crime and Avoiding Populism – or is it the other way round? by Greg Mills 6 August 2018 El Salvador is adjudged the world’s most violent country, with a rate of 81 murders per 100,000 people in 2016 – more than three...
  • Polish tall ship “Dar Młodzieży” sets sail on Independence Cruise and docks in Cape Town on 15 August 2018

    Polish tall ship “Dar Młodzieży” sets sail on Independence Cruise and docks in Cape Town on 15 August 2018 The year 2018 is a very special and important date for Poland.  One hundred years ago in November 1918, after 123 years of foreign rule,...
  • Celebrating Cultural Diversity during the Mpondo Culture and Heritage Festival 14-16 September 2018

    Celebrating Cultural Diversity during the Mpondo Culture and Heritage Festival 14-16 September 2018 By Stella Sigcau People from various walks of life and from various parts of the world including Switzerland and the Republic of Botswana are expected to...
  • BRICS holding hands

    BRICS holding hands 31 July 2018 Hand holding is the provision of careful support or guidance to someone during a learning process or period of change. How apt was it that leaders elected to the high office of China, India, Russia, Brazil and South Afri...
  • MeerKAT radio telescope inaugurated in SA

    MeerKAT radio telescope inaugurated in SA – reveals clearest view yet of centre of the Milky Way 13 July 2018 Deputy President of the Republic of South Africa, Mr David Mabuza, today officially inaugurated the MeerKAT radio telescope. After a decade i...
  • China commits to invest $14.7bn in SA

    China commits to invest $14.7bn in SA 25 July 2018 The South African government has signed several agreements with China, including an investment commitment from China of $14.7 billion. This was announced after the State visit by Chinese President Xi J...
  • President Ramaphosa calls for balanced trade with Saudi Arabia

    President Ramaphosa calls for balanced trade with Saudi Arabia 13 July 2018 In a State visit seeking to strengthen bilateral and economic relations with Saudi Arabia, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has called for mutually beneficial trading bet...


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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