Daily Archives: April 6, 2019

Libyan PM Condemns Rival’s Move on Tripoli

CAIRO Libya’s U.N. backed prime minister, Fayez Sarraj, says his government’s troops are prepared to confront the forces loyal to eastern Libyan military commander Gen. Khalifa Haftar, which appear to have gained ground along the outskirts of the Libyan capital, …

UNICEF reaffirms support for South Africa to end child abuse

CAPE TOWN, The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has reaffirmed its support for South Africa to end child abuse in the country that has been plagued by the scourge for long.

UNICEF’s core focus in South Africa is on ending …

Cholera vaccinations launched in post-cyclone Mozambique

Some 900,000 doses of oral cholera vaccine arrived on Tuesday in Mozambique, where Cyclone Idai last month flattened homes and unleashed widespread flooding.

The vaccination campaign is currently planned to last six days and aims to immunize 900,000 people across …

G-7 Ministers Hope to Seal Commitments on Global Challenges

DINARD, FRANCE Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven advanced economies were wrapping up a two-day meeting in the French seaside resort of Dinard on Saturday where they hope to seal joint commitments on a range of global challenges and …

Trade agreement bolsters South Africa exports into Brazil

BRASILIA, The preferential trade agreement between the Southern African Customs Unions (SACU) and the Southern Common Market (Mercosur) trade blocs has led to a steady increase of South African exports into Brazil.

This is according to the South African Foreign …

Trade agreement bolsters South Africa exports into Brazil

BRASILIA, The preferential trade agreement between the Southern African Customs Unions (SACU) and the Southern Common Market (Mercosur) trade blocs has led to a steady increase of South African exports into Brazil.

This is according to the South African Foreign …