SAPA

Closing of SAPA ‘a sad day’

The imminent closure of the South African Press Association (Sapa) was a sad day for the media industry, the National Press Club said on Thursday. “The club joins the South African media fraternity in mourning the sad demise of Sapa,” chairman Jos Charle said in a statement. “For many decades[…]

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SA bans poultry imports

Imports of poultry products from countries infected with the avian influenza virus have been banned, the SA Poultry Association (Sapa) said on Wednesday. “Importers, as well as the poultry industry, must immediately stop importing live poultry, poultry meat and processed poultry products from affected countries as well as those that[…]

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Sanral says media reports wrong

Inaccurate reporting by the media fed misperceptions about the e-tolls system, Sanral CEO Nazir Alli complained on Thursday. Before continuing the SA National Road Agency Limited’s (Sanral) presentation to the e-tolls review panel in Pretoria, Alli said he was disappointed when he saw a newspaper story indicating that Sanral was[…]

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