Lebanon minister calls to end Israel’s siege on Gaza

Lebanese Minister of Culture, Judge Muhammad Wissam Al-Murtada, on Friday called to lift the Israeli siege imposed on the Gaza Strip, Quds Press reported. This came during a visit by a delegation of the Popular Conference for Palestinians Abroad (PCPA) to the Lebanese minister at his office in Beirut. According to Quds Press, PCPA’s delegation consisted of[…]

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Basic Education confident all learners will be accommodated

The Department of Education says it’s confident that all learners who have not been placed, will be accommodated in Gauteng schools soon. Schools in the inland provinces re-opened on Wednesday, with some children still not enrolled. Parents visited district offices hoping to find suitable schools for their children. The education department[…]

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‘I have no plans to give up fighting’: De Lille

Good party leader and former Cape Town mayor, Patricia de Lille, says she is “deeply honoured and humbled to have received the call to serve as a minister in South Africa’s new Cabinet” and that it is time South Africans demonstrate their ability to “rise above party political differences”. President[…]

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Still no clarity on the D6 construction delays

By Wardah Wilkinson The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform appeared in front of the Western Cape Standing Committee on Human Settlements on Wednesday to answer questions relating to current status of Phase 3 of the District Six restitution process, which has reached a standstill. Since the sod-turning for[…]

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