Archives for August 2011

Witness Hilton Arts Festival

One of the country’s most established and respected arts festivals: the annual Witness Hilton Arts Festival, which is now in its 19th year, will take place on the beautiful grounds of the Hilton College from 16 – 18 September … [Read more...]

SA keen to boost exports to India

Pretoria - Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies has urged the private sector to come up with projects that will enhance South African exports to India. “The minister has urged the private sector to explore opportunities presented by … [Read more...]

DTI promotes intra-Africa trade

Pretoria – Supporting intra-Africa trade should be a matter of urgency, says Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Elizabeth Thabethe. “The recently launched agreement for the establishment of the Tripartite Free Trade Area has made it more … [Read more...]

Noko Matlou – Sportswoman of the Year

  Rustenburg - Banyana Banyana red hot striker, Noko Matlou, scooped the Sportswoman of the Year accolade during the 2011 SA Sports Awards ceremony at Sun City. However, the Limpopo-born Banyana prolific striker, who became … [Read more...]

Carnival to bring Soweto to a standstill

Pretoria - Preparations for the seventh edition of the Gauteng Pale Ya Rona (our story) Carnival are well underway. Floats and costumes are being made at different base-camps around the province. The main base camp is in Cleveland and … [Read more...]

Safa promotes women referees

Pretoria - The South African Football Association (Safa) has included two more women referees in its National Panel of Referees (NPR). The two new referees introduced to the panel are Sebabatso Malope and Noeleen Daniels and this brings … [Read more...]

Seeker 400 plans for 2012

Pretoria - The Seeker 400 prototype, which is an unmanned air vehicle, is due to make its maiden flight early 2012, Denel Dynamics said on Wednesday. “The prototype of Denel Dynamics’ latest Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV), the Seeker 400, … [Read more...]