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US Announces Another $150 Million for Africa Food Crisis

ACCRA, GHANA — U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield on Friday announced a $150 million package for Africa to help address food and humanitarian crises.Speaking before a gathering of over 500 participants at the University of Ghana in Acc...

Transnet steadily improving performance: Operation Vulindlela report

State-owned enterprise (SOE) rail and port company, Transnet, is steadily improving its performance and has made progress in improving its financial position to enable greater investment, says Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana. The development is cont...

South Africa-Botswana roundtable cements bilateral relations

President Cyril Ramaphosa says government would like to see “far greater levels of trade and investment” between South Africa and Botswana.He was giving his closing remarks at the High Level South Africa-Botswana Business Roundtable held at the Gaboron...

SA-Botswana business roundtable kicks off

President Cyril Ramaphosa says the historical ties between South Africa and Botswana – spanning over “thousands of years” – can provide a solid foundation for the deepening of economic and bilateral relations between the two countries.The President was...

SA determined to build stronger trade relations with Botswana

International Relations and Cooperation Minister, Dr Naledi Pandor, has reaffirmed South Africa’s commitment to strengthen trade relations with Botswana after COVID-19 stalled economic growth in both countries.Speaking on Wednesday at a high-level Sout...

Support young people in business, urges Creecy

Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment, Barbara Creecy, has emphasised the importance of supporting young people with business ventures, as they are in a position to lead the search for sustainable solutions.“In this regard, we are mindful...

Invasive Reptiles, Amphibians Cost World $17 Billion

Two invasive species — the brown tree snake and the American bullfrog — cost the world more than $16 billion between 1986 and 2020, according to a study.Researchers say the already-hefty price tag should be seen as a lower limit on the true cost of inv...

President to lead talks at SA-Botswana Business Roundtable

President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Thursday, 4 August, embark on a working visit to Botswana to lead talks at the high-level South Africa-Botswana Business Roundtable.According to the President’s Office, the First Citizen will travel to Gaborone at the ...

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