Daily Archives: July 19, 2013
JOHANNESBURG: (By Staff Reporter)– Mostly people have not choice but to eat unwanted meat specially that does not suit to their taste and health as packed meat like dried strips of cured meat are marketed and sold which have nothing to do with ingredients claimed by companies. The scandal is not new to anyone since Europe has been battling its own food drama after horsemeat was found in so-called beef ready-made meals and burgers in several countries.
Julie Littlejohn Guest Writer. The importance of location in establishing a brand identity has been highlighted by the recent negotiations for the establishment of mutually recognized geographic indicators for products made in South Africa and the European Union. Businesses are finding success with branding initiatives that capitalize on this type of location based brand identity, […]
The dearest 2014 World Cup tickets for international fans will cost $990 and the cheapest $90, say officials.
"The People Want Mandela", a South African equivalent of Quincy Jones’s "We are the World", will finally be released after it was banned for 23 years.
The legal battle in the case that has pitted Mandela against Mandela seems to be far from over.
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has visited former president Nelson Mandela in the Mediclinic Heart Hospital in Pretoria.
Newly appointed Limpopo premier Stan Mathabatha has fired eight of the ten MECs in Cassel Mathale’s cabinet during a reshuffle today.
Thabazimbi – A national park in Limpopo has suffered its first rhino poaching incident in a period of two years. SANParks spokesperson Paul Daphne said a fresh rhino carcass, with its horn removed, was discovered in the northern section of the Marakele National Park near Thabazimbi. “We are distressed at the loss of this rhino, […]
South African mining group Exxaro Resources and French independent power producer GDF Suez have signed an agreement to develop a 600-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant outside Lephalale in Limpopo province. The proposed site is 17 kilometres northwest of Lephalale in the Waterberg region and adjacent to Exxaro’s Grootegeluk mine. Fuel for the plant will be […]
Newly appointed Limpopo premier Stan Mathabatha has fired the majority of the ten MECs in Cassel Mathale’s cabinet during a reshuffle today.
Anglo American’s recent production report was a mixed bag.
WITH reference to the report, “Nkanjeni ‘blocking’ Roland’s hearing” (July 17), senior metro audit official Bonnie Chan is not only procedurally wrong but also flouting the disciplinary code of the South African Local Government Bargaining Council as agreed by parties, labour and Salga.
LAUNCHING her DVD, An Intimate Night with Unathi, in Port Elizabeth just felt right, and tonight Metro FM DJ Unathi Msengana will use the launch as an opportunity to thank the place where she grew up.