Category Archives: Legal and Judicial

2019 : Elections – Notice to all South African Citizens in Japan

South African citizens in Japan are hereby informed that voter registration will be opened at the Embassy of the Republic of South Africa during Consular Hours (Mondays � 10:00 � 12:30, Wednesdays � 10:00 � 12:30, and Thursdays � 10:00

2019 : Elections – Notice to all South African Citizens in Japan

South African citizens in Japan are hereby informed that voter registration will be opened at the Embassy of the Republic of South Africa during Consular Hours (Mondays � 10:00 � 12:30, Wednesdays � 10:00 � 12:30, and Thursdays � 10:00

Official End to Congo Ebola Outbreak Set for Wednesday

Officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo are expected to declare the country Ebola-free this Wednesday.A recent outbreak first detected in April in the northwestern part of the DRC killed 32 people; another 21 people were infected, but survived. H...

Official End to Congo Ebola Outbreak Set for Wednesday

Officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo are expected to declare the country Ebola-free this Wednesday.A recent outbreak first detected in April in the northwestern part of the DRC killed 32 people; another 21 people were infected, but survived. H...

UNHCR welcomes deal to end latest migrant stand-off in Mediterranean Sea

The development comes after the Governments of France, Germany, Italy, Malta, Spain and Portugal ended a disembarkation stand-off involving the migrants - who had set out from the Libya coast - by agreeing to take them in and process any

Address by Deputy President, Mr David Mabuza at the Tata Nelson Mandela centenary celebrations, Gert Sibande District, Mpumalanga Province

Program Director; Premier of Mpumalanga, Ms Refilwe Mtsweni; Executive Mayor of Gert Sibande District, Cllr Muzi Chirwa; Leadership of political parties and civil society; Traditional Leadership; Distinguished guests; Ladies and gentlemen Today is a ...

Briefing Security Council on West Africa, Sahel, Special Representative Warns Volatility Could Reverse Democratic Gains in Region

Recent developments in West Africa and the Sahel have been characterized by both volatility and democratic gains, the top United Nations official in the region told the Security Council today, warning that the latter are not immune from reversal and

Study: Leptospirosis Spread by Cattle, Not Just Rats

Fever, chills, and muscle pain aren't the symptoms just of malaria. They could be signs of leptospirosis, which infects millions of people each year � primarily in tropical regions. The under-reported disease is usually spread though contact with roden...