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ANC Youth Day meeting in Uniondale. George Municipality drama production to raise awareness about energy efficiency. Planned power outage in George South.
Chantel Nienaber finished second at Discovery MUT. The latest George, Fancourt & Knysna Golf Club Newsletters.
Trump talks tough with the S American countries. Zimbabwe at the edge of the abyss – again. Egypt’s Mohamed Mursi dies after collapsing in court.
The ANC is still faction-ridden. Cape Town prepares for SONA. Maimane states the facts. SABC trying to avoid total collapse.
Huawei is being hit hard by the American sanctions. SARB talks about lowering interest rates. SAA pilots threaten to strike. SA enjoys a surge in foreign investment, but an interest rate cut will dampen than. SAA Unions demand Jarana’s reinstatement.
Anderson survives a scare at Queen’s. Baby ‘Boks go down to France, but a top-4 finish is still credible. Kallis pleased with Amla’s knock but says we need to strike the first blow against New Zealand. Banyana out of their depth at the World Cup.
LATEST LOCAL NEWS
SPEAKING NOTES FOR THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY OF THE ANC IN THE WESTERN CAPE, CDE FAIEZ JACOBS, AT UNIONDALE YOUTH DAY, 16 JUNE 2019.
George Municipality has launched a “ World of Tomorrow Festival 2019” to help increase public awareness of the importance of energy efficiency and the participating schools will present a 15-minute drama production.
TUESDAY, 18 JUNE 2019 FROM 09:00 TOT 16:00
LATEST LOCAL SPORTS NEWS
Brendan Lombard run to a hard-fought Discovery George Mountain Ultra Trail victory over defending champion Roelof Mostert on Saturday the 15th of June 2019.
The State Department announced that foreign aid will be cut off from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador if they did not take direct action to curtail illegal immigration to the United States.
Zimbabwe on the brink as inflation nears 100% June 17, 2019
Unions and nongovernmental organisations warn of impending strikes and unrest
Egypt’s Mohamed Mursi dies after collapsing in court June 17, 2019
The first democratically elected president in Egypt’s modern history had been in jail since he was toppled by the military in 2013 after mass protests against his rule.
Following abortive move by the party secretary-general last week, the party will name its preferred candidates
Cape Town busy with preparations for President’s SONA June 17, 2019
Preparations for road closures and other logistical matters are forging ahead for President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address on Thursday evening.
Honesty, accountability and efficiency have resulted in job creation in the Western Cape and Johannesburg while Tshwane now has an operating surplus
SABC Chief Financial Officer, Yolande van Biljon, has warned of the possibility of a communication blackout amid the public broadcaster’s dire financial situation but says executives are doing their best to avoid a Day Zero scenario.
The United States has put Huawei on an export blacklist citing national security issues, barring US suppliers from selling to the world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker and No.2 maker of smartphones, without special approval.
The SA Reserve Bank has signalled its willingness to drop interest rates, saying inflation outcomes over the past 10 months mean policy has not been as accommodative as it could have been.
SAA faces more woes as pilots threaten strike June 17, 2019
Protest against poor management and the appointment of acting CEO
SA enjoys surge in foreign direct investment June 17, 2019
UN report says there was a turnaround in 2018, with FDI more than doubling to $5.3bn
SAA said that it was engaging with workers unions over their demands, but said that some of the union’s grievances should be addressed by government.
Anderson survives Norrie scare at Queen’s June 17, 2019
Kevin Anderson had to battle back from a set down to begin his 2019 grass court season with a victory over Cameron Norrie at Queen’s.
Junior Boks crash to France defeat in U20 semi-final June 17, 2019
The Junior Springboks have lost their World Rugby U20 Championship semi-final against defending champions, France at the Racecourse Stadium.
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