Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in the Republic of South Africa
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Ambassador A.Sidoruk meets Ambassador of the Republic of Botswana

The sides discussed possible directions for expanding the Belarusian-Botswanan trade and economic cooperation

On 16 September 2021 by the initiative of the Belarusian side, a working meeting between Ambassador Alexander Sidoruk and Tshenolo Modise, Ambassador of the Republic of Botswana to the Republic of South Africa, took place. During the meeting, the sides discussed possible directions for expanding the Belarusian-Botswanan trade and economic…

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Successful Conferences in Angola, Nigeria, South Sudan, and South Africa Demonstrate that Africa is not Closed for Business

With the first day of the SAOGA-hosted Southern Africa Oil & Gas Exploration conference underway, the African Energy Chamber is reiterating that any discussion on Africa’s energy future must take place in Africa

The Southern African Oil & Gas Alliance (SAOGA), and the Petroleum Agency of South Africa (PASA) are hosting the Southern Africa Oil & Gas Exploration conference on the 15th & 16th of September in Cape Town, South Africa. SAOGA and PASA’s success in doing this challenges the ongoing anti-African dialogue…

Source: South African Government |

Coronavirus – South Africa: Over 217, 000 COVID-19 Shots Given on Monday

The Department of Health said there are 7, 330, 517 people who have been vaccinated in South Africa

Of the 14, 922, 954 million COVID-19 doses given so far in South Africa, 217, 752 were administered in the past 24 hours. This means there are now 10, 860, 605 citizens who have received a jab in the country out of the 39, 789, 201 adults government is targeting.…

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Kaspersky Records Over 2 Million Phishing Attacks in South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria in H1 2021 and Spam Email Still a Threat

Phishing attacks across the continent have baited unsuspecting victims into handing over bank information, ID numbers, and more

There was a reduction in the number of phishing attacks recorded and blocked by Kaspersky (www.Africa.Kaspersky.com)in South Africa (17% decline), Kenya (48% decline), and Nigeria (13% decline) for the first half of this year when compared to the same period in 2020. While the decline does suggest and support research…

Source: Steinhoff International Holdings N.V. |

Notices in Terms of Section 155 of the Companies Act 71 of 2008 Relating to Steinhoff International Holdings Proprietary Limited ("The Company")

100% in number of the Financial Creditors present and voting (all by proxy) voted in favour of the Proposal

Capitalised terms used herein and not otherwise defined shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in the compromise that has been proposed by the Company to Scheme Creditors (the "Proposal") in accordance with section 155 of the Companies Act 71 of 2008, as amended ("Companies Act"), available at www.SteinhoffSettlement.com. Part A -…

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Countries of Origin seek ways to improve the welfare of their migrant workers

Pilot countries include Ethiopia, Kenya, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Mauritius and South Africa

60 participants drawn from African Union Member States and Regional Economic Communities (RECs) gathered virtually to validate the Guidelines on Migrant Welfare Programme. The validation workshop was preceded by the presentation of the Report of the status of migrant welfare in selected countries of origin in the East African Community…

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African Energy Week in Cape Town Maintains a Strong Position on the Role of Women in Africa’s Energy Transformation

Africa’s energy sector transformation and success hinges on women taking a leading role in the sectors development, and African Energy Week will ensure women take up their rightful seat at the global energy table

Africa’s energy success will be determined by the role women play in the continent’s development, not just as participants but as notable leaders and contributors. For decades, women have played a disengaged role, with inequality, barriers to entry and lack of inclusion across levels of the professional ladder hindering effective…

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DLA Piper Appoints Two New Directors to Johannesburg Office

Sibonelo’s addition bolsters the firms existing corporate capability, adding further weight in particular to its capital markets offering

DLA Piper (www.DLAPiper.com) announced the appointment of two Directors to its Johannesburg office, Tumisang Mongae, who joins our Litigation & Regulatory practice from 1 September 2021 and Sibonelo Mdluli, who joined our Corporate practice on 1 August. Tumisang joins the firm from Bowmans where he has been a partner since…

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South Africa records 5, 372 New COVID-19 Cases

According to the National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD), this brings the total number of laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases to 2, 829, 435

South Africa has recorded at least 5, 372 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24-hour reporting cycle, with a further 282 COVID-19 related deaths recorded. According to the National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD), this brings the total number of laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases to 2, 829, 435, with 83,…

Source: Embassy of Morocco in South Africa |

South African Editor in Favor of Rapprochement between South Africa and Morocco

During talks with MAP's Editorial Committee members, Mr. Mahlangu stressed that media can contribute effectively to strengthening relations between Morocco and South Africa

Media plays a vital role in the rapprochement between South Africa and Morocco, said Sifiso Mahlangu, editor of the South African newspaper "The Star", who was on Friday on a visit to the headquarters of the Moroccan News Agency (MAP) in Rabat. During talks with MAP's Editorial Committee members, Mr.…