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  • Russia lays wreath at Wall of Names

    Russia lays wreath at Wall of Names 13 December 2019 The inscriptions with the names of 67 Soviet military specialists who sacrificed their lives to assist the liberation struggle in Southern Africa were unveiled last year at Freedom Park. Speaking a...
  • South Africans and Ethiopians - a kindred relation

    South Africans and Ethiopians - a kindred relation 23 January 2020 Looking back on Ethiopia’s rich history, and its relations with South Africa, it is surprising that Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Dr Abiy Ahmed Ali’s visit to South Africa is the first...
  • UNDP: Influencing the Global Development Agenda

    UNDP: Influencing the Global Development Agenda By Srimal Fernando 23 January 2020 The establishment of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) ushered a new era during the course of United Nations (UNs) exemplary journey.   In September ...
  • Kazakh President Tokaev introduces reforms

    Kazakh President Tokaev introduces reforms 2 January 2020 Political transformation will make Kazakhstan a success story. Political reforms will ignite progress in economic reforms this, according to President Tokaev as he met with the National Council o...
  • Vladimir Putin on the Priorities of Russia’s Presidency in BRICS

    Vladimir Putin on the Priorities of Russia’s Presidency in BRICS 2 January 2020 'BRICS Partnership for Global Stability, Common Security and Innovative Growth' Over the past 10 years, BRICS has achieved serious results and has gained a reputation as ...
  • New Foreign Policy Agenda: Resetting the Aid policy beyond 21st Century

    New Foreign Policy Agenda:  Resetting the Aid policy beyond 21st Century By Srimal Fernando and  Saber Salem 1 January 2020 Recognising the new global realities in a changing landscape in the international arena, global superpowers and emer...
  • Foreign Policy: “Revitalized Africa” to reset Africa and Sri Lanka diplomacy

    Foreign Policy: “Revitalized Africa” to reset Africa and Sri Lanka diplomacy By Srimal Fernando 24 December 2019 The next great change in Sri Lanka’s relations with African nations is within sight. The new foreign policy Revitalized Africa seeks ...
  • Kazakhstan Independence Day December 16

    Kazakhstan Independence Day December 16 15 December 2019 In Kazakhstan, like in many other nations around the globe, Independence Day is commemorated by conferring awards, national orders and medals on those that have made exemplary contributions to sta...
  • France invites 1,000 African entrepreneurs to 2020 Africa-France Summit in Bordeaux

    France invites 1,000 African entrepreneurs to 2020 Africa-France Summit in Bordeaux On 18 November 2019, Secretary General of the Africa-France 2020 Summit H.E. Ambassador Stéphanie Rivoal, announced in Pretoria that France, with Digital Africa, will be...
  • Dinesh Gunawardena takes over as Sri Lanka’s new Minister of Foreign Relations

    Dinesh Gunawardena takes over as Sri Lanka’s new Minister of Foreign Relations By Srimal Fernando 9 December 2019 The newly-elected Sri Lankan President, Gotabaya Rajapaksa appointed Dinesh Gunawardena as the Minister of Foreign Relations after his ...
  • Making Swedish slow fashion and sustainability envogue

    Making Swedish slow fashion and sustainability envogue   4 December 2019 Celebrated Swedish Costume designer Nina Sandström showcased new work at the ground-breaking arts and fashion festival Arte Botanica at Nirox Sculpture Park this past Novembe...
  • Riedel wine glasses, Schlumberger and Cape Wines

    Riedel wine glasses, Schlumberger and Cape Wines On November 19 Dr Johann Brieger, Ambassador of Austria and Roswitha Brieger hosted a wine tasting and food pairing event to showcase Austrian heritage. Schlumberger, the world renowned Austrian sparkling ...
  • Return on Investment (ROI)

    Return on Investment (ROI) 1 December 2019 South Africa has the most diversified economy on the African Continent, the most industrialised, and a highly developed infrastructure which supports not only primary manufacturing and services sectors, but is ...
  • Clairwood Secondary School makes history

    Clairwood Secondary School makes history 6 December 2019 Clairwood Secondary School has been very fortunate in that it received a tremendous boost in its recent relationship with the Chinese Government through the perseverance and ongoing liaisons of Mr...
  • Chancellor of Germany visits the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp

    Chancellor of Germany visits the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp On Friday, 6 December, the Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel will pay a historic visit to the German Nazi concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. It will be Angela Merkel’s fir...
  • The innovative modernization of Kazakhstan

    The innovative modernization of Kazakhstan 3 December 2019 The course towards the innovative modernization of Kazakhstan and the noble initiatives of the country’s leadership in world politics aimed at ensuring global and regional security and stabi...
  • Rest in peace

    Rest in peace 2 December 2019 Mr. Radhi-Sghaiar Bachir, Ambassador of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic to SA passed away following a short illness on 27 November 2019 whilst in hospital in Spain. A memorial service was held at the Department of Inte...
  • Solidarity with the Palestine

    Solidarity with the Palestine 28 November 2019 This year marks 42 years since the United Nations (UN) General Assembly established the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People. The commemoration of this day seeks to galvanise global a...
  • Hard Hitting Message Movies at European Film Festival

    Hard Hitting Message Movies at European Film Festival 2 December 2019 It’s the last week of the European Film Festival with issue-driven possible Oscar contending films from France, (Les Misérables), Italy, (Vice of Hope),  Ireland (Rosie) and t...
  • Lesotho at the crossroads: New engines are needed to drive growth

    Lesotho at the crossroads: New engines are needed to drive growth By Marie-Noelle Nwokolo, Emily van der Merwe and Greg Mills• 26 November 2019Lesotho is a garment manufacturing hub in southern Africa, and has attracted manufacturing firms from SA ...


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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