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REVEALED| Ramaphosa always spotted with this lady. Who is she?

Ramaphosa is always surrounded by an entourage of people at all times. There's a certain lady who always takes a step ahead of the President especially in foreign countries. She is Nonceba Losi-Tutu. We stumbled on her social media accounts and got to understand who Nonceba is.

  3 months ago ago
REVEALED| Ramaphosa always spotted with this lady. Who is she?

POLITICS

Ramaphosa always spotted with this lady. Who is she?

Ramaphosa is constantly encircled by a company of individuals consistently. There's a sure woman who consistently makes a stride in front of the President particularly in outside nations. She is Nonceba Losi-Tutu. We staggered on her web-based media accounts and had the opportunity to comprehend who Nonceba is.

  3 months ago ago
Ramaphosa always spotted with this lady. Who is she?

TRAVEL

Here Is Why The SA Government Is Furious With The Developed Countries

https://ewn.co.za/2021/11/27/sa-govt-slams-world-s-knee-jerk-reaction-to-omicron-variant-travellers-in-limbo?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - The South African government says it has started drawing in with nations that have reimposed COVID-19 travel limitations on the country. The Department of International Relations said the most recent round of movement boycotts was rebuffing South Africa for its capacity to identify another COVID variation.

  6 days ago ago
Here Is Why The SA Government Is Furious With The Developed Countries

TRAVEL

Flights from South Africa to UK to resume next week

There is an update that is reported to have been confirmed by the South African Department of International Relations . This was after it was confirmed that the flights to UK would resume next week . Clayson Monyela , who is the spokesperson in the Department of International Relations revealed that the United Kingdom High Commission had made a confirmation that British Airways would be resuming to South Africa .

  6 days ago ago
Flights from South Africa to UK to resume next week

POLITICS

The Department of International Relations Just Dropped A Bombshell On The Corrupt Officials

JOHANNESBURG - The Department of International Relations has requested a few ambassadors to leave South Africa inside 72 hours for ridiculing their discretionary advantages. This follows a concentrated examination that saw them as liable of taking part in illegal exchange obligation free liquor. Observer News last year uncovered an obligation free liquor ring run by Lesotho representatives.

  5 months ago ago
The Department of International Relations Just Dropped A Bombshell On The Corrupt Officials

JUSTICE

SA Students Allegedly Beaten by Cuban Police

A concerning video whereby South African students studying in Cuba were allegedly beaten and abused by the Cuban police officials, in a video that has been widely circulated on social media it can be seen a number of Cuban police men in uniform beating up male students. One of the students can be visibly seen that his hands were tied on his back and defenceless yet he was still beaten by the police.

  26 days ago ago
SA Students Allegedly Beaten by Cuban Police

POLITICS

Opinion || Ramaphosa always spotted with this lady. Who is she?

Ramaphosa is continually encompassed by an organization of people reliably. There's a certain lady who reliably makes a step before the President especially in external countries. She is Nonceba Losi-Tutu. We stumbled on her online media accounts and had the chance to appreciate who Nonceba is.

  3 months ago ago
Opinion || Ramaphosa always spotted with this lady. Who is she?

SOCIETY

People flee war torn nation and South Africa says no to host Afghan refugees.

Tensions have remained tense in Afghanistan since the collapse of the Afghan government and takeover of the country by the Taliban is stirring concern in foreign capitals that chaos and instability engulfing the country could spill over to its neighbors and possibly drive a tide of refugees as far as Europe.

  3 months ago ago
People flee war torn nation and South Africa says no to host Afghan refugees.

POLITICS

BREAKING NEWS: South Africa loses a prominent figure

Reports have come out in the early hours of this morning that daughter of former President Nelson Mandela, Zindzi Mandela has died.  South Africa's ambassador to Denmark Zindzi Mandela allegedly past away in the early hours of this morning According to Eye Witness News, the 59 year old was a political activist in her own right and she formed part of the people who were committed to riding off the apartheid regime.  More details surrounding the sudden death of the daughter of former President Nelson Mandela

  1 year ago ago
BREAKING NEWS: South Africa loses a prominent figure

TRAVEL

Efforts to assist stranded South Africans abroad ongoing

South Africans stranded at airports across the globe over lockdown measures will be prioritised for repatriation, government said on Tuesday. The Department of International Relations said the elderly, sick and citizens running out of accommodation are among their priorities. 1148 stranded South Africans have reached out to embassies in various countries. “Our missions where possible will continue to render consular services, including negotiating with the governments where there are lockdowns in order to

  1 year ago ago
Efforts to assist stranded South Africans abroad ongoing

HEALTH

Dirco: UK's Beta variant excuse for SA's red listing 'defies logic' ...

https://ewn.co.za/2021/09/21/dirco-uk-s-beta-variant-excuse-for-sa-s-red-listing-defies-logic?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter CAPE TOWN - The Department of International Relations and Cooperation on Tuesday said the United Kingdom's (UK) reason for saving South Africa on its red rundown for movement had neither rhyme nor reason. The UK said that the nation was as yet in the red box since it was worried about the proceeded with presence of the COVID-19 Beta variation.

  2 months ago ago
Dirco: UK's Beta variant excuse for SA's red listing 'defies logic' ...

POLITICS

Diplomats caught in booze selling scandal given 72 hours to leave SA

The Department of International Relations has requested a few ambassadors to leave South Africa ,inside 72 hours for mocking their discretionary advantages. This follows a concentrated examination that saw them as liable of taking part in illegal exchange obligation free liquor. Observer News last year revealed an obligation free liquor ring run by Lesotho negotiators.

  5 months ago ago
Diplomats caught in booze selling scandal given 72 hours to leave SA

POLITICS

International travel approved for some South African's

The National Coronavirus Command Council has announced that they will be approving international travel for South Africans.  During the nation wide lockdown, South African borders were closed with no allowance of air travel in order to avoid a high infection rate but this has changed to accommodate certain South African's.  The Department of Home affairs requested that South African's who needed to travel for work and study purposes, perminent residency, family reunion or seek medical treatment were allow

  1 year ago ago
International travel approved for some South African's