Daily Archives: July 17, 2013
Egypt: In an effort to join forces and align with the Egyptian Government’s master plan to enhance citizens’ public security and raise safety measures, Summit Technology Solutions (STS) has successfully completed the Hurghada City Wireless Surveillance project with the Red Sea governorate. [AMEInfo.com]
How and why a new dashboard shares the affordable housing market’s secrets.
Nelson Mandela has made “dramatic progress” and may be going home soon, his daughter Zindzi Mandela said yesterday – on the eve of his 95th birthday today.
The first thing Ina Bonnette, former wife and victim of the “Modimolle Monster”, Johan Kotze, planned to do after leaving court yesterday was to visit her son Conrad’s grave.
People across the world will today celebrate, through word and deed, the years Nelson Mandela spent in public service
The government is pushing to ensure a new multibillion-rand defence acquisition programme remains a secret.
A Gauteng doctor faces stiff penalties after allegedly being caught out in a medical aid scam.
Firm fails to address questions related to tobacco smuggling investigation.
Does not argue for higher fines.
Allegedly depriving them of a 12m benefit.
Big data and energy efficiency investor Highland Capital Partners has reportedly held a first close of its ninth early-stage fund on $300m.
The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change has today released statistics showing that greenhouse gas emissions are up 1.6 per cent for the first quarter of 2013.
The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change has unveiled its draft plans for its much-hyped Electricity Market Reform, offering further detail in five areas.