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HEALTH

On Sunday, November 28, a family meeting will be held to hear what is in store for the festive.

A lot can happen in an instant, but we'll keep you up to date on the latest news items and headlines in South Africa on Sunday, November 28, 2021. Since the NICD confirmed the new COVID-19 strain, Omicron, found in South Africa, the previous few days have been a roller coaster ride.

  5 days ago ago
On Sunday, November 28, a family meeting will be held to hear what is in store for the festive.

HEALTH

DIRCO says SA is being punished.check why

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) said the authorities stands with the World Health Organization (WHO) and pleads with international leaders to no longer put in force “knee-jerk” coverage choices in reaction to the detection of the Omicron version, in a announcement on Saturday, 27 November.

  6 days ago ago
DIRCO says SA is being punished.check why

SCIENCE-HIGHTECH

Omicron Variant : Dirco Says South Africa Is Being Punished For Transparency

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) has released a statement to respond to the drastic actions which have been taken by international countries ever since it was announced that a new variant was detected in South Africa. Most of the countries rushed to close of their flights in order to prevent the variant from breaking out to their shores.

  6 days ago ago
Omicron Variant : Dirco Says South Africa Is Being Punished For Transparency

POLITICS

Breaking News| TWO South African Students Beaten To Death By Foreign National In Mzansi

DIRCO said it is exploring a video that purportedly shows South African understudies in Cuba being attacked by the police. The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) said it knows about a video that purportedly shows South African understudies in Cuba being attacked. The matter is being scrutinized.

  24 days ago ago
Breaking News| TWO South African Students Beaten To Death By Foreign National In Mzansi

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Another problem for illegal foreign nationals in South Africa

Dirco Minister Naledi Pandor has hammered the venture as an 'humiliation', after R118 million was paid for land that doesn't exist. The Department of International Relations and Cooperation has fired its work relationship with Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Caiphus Ramashau. This follows the finish of the disciplinary argument established against him identified with sporadic use brought about by the division on a fruitless task to buy a real estate parcel in New York (USA) to oblige South Africa's Permanent Mission to the United Nations and New York Consulate, said the office in an assertion.

  1 month ago ago
Another problem for illegal foreign nationals in South Africa

SOCIETY

Heartless | Magashule Leaves Students In Turkey Stranded Without Food

Letters submitted to suspended ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule's foundation regarding the students trapped in Turkey went unanswered, leaving embassy staff to assist them, according to the Department of International Relations and Cooperation. On Sunday, department spokesperson Lunga Ngqengelele said, "Letters were issued to the foundation and all other parties, but nothing has been forthcoming from the foundation to date."

  2 months ago ago
Heartless | Magashule Leaves Students In Turkey Stranded Without Food

POLITICS

Another problem for illegal foreign nationals in South Africa. (See Why)

Dirco Minister Naledi Pandor has pounded the endeavor as an 'embarrassment', after R118 million was paid for land that doesn't exist. The Department of International Relations and Cooperation has terminated its work relationship with Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Caiphus Ramashau. This follows the completion of the disciplinary contention set up against him related to irregular utilize achieved by the division on an unprofitable errand to purchase a land bundle in New York (USA) to oblige South Africa's Permanent Mission to the United Nations and New York Consulate, said the workplace in an attestation.

  1 month ago ago
Another problem for illegal foreign nationals in South Africa. (See Why)

HEALTH

DIRCO says SA is being punished for its excellent science

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) said the public authority remains with the World Health Organization (WHO) and begs world pioneers to not carry out "automatic" approach choices in light of the location of the Omicron variation, in an assertion on Saturday, 27 November.

  6 days ago ago
DIRCO says SA is being punished for its excellent science

SOCIETY

Video: Emerges of Cuban police beating and arresting South African medical students

Cuban police allegedly mistreated South African students, according to the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO). South Africans appear to be fighting with security officers in the Caribbean nation in a video that has gone viral on social media. In response to a question, DIRCO confirmed that the Embassy is investigating the matter.

  25 days ago ago
Video: Emerges of Cuban police beating and arresting South African medical students

SOCIETY

SA students reportedly beaten by Cuba police

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) said it knows about a video that supposedly shows South African understudies in Cuba being attacked. The matter is being scrutinized. DIRCO INVESTIGATING VIDEO INCIDENT At the point when the video cut surfaced online on Sunday, 7 November, it was asserted that the formally dressed men that can be seen attacking the understudies were Cuban cops.

  23 days ago ago
SA students reportedly beaten by Cuba police

SOCIETY

Watch: SA students reportedly beaten by Cuba police

DIRCO stated that it is reviewing a video purporting to show South African students being abused by police in Cuba. The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) has confirmed that it is aware of a video purportedly depicting South African students being abused in Cuba. The matter is now being investigated.

  24 days ago ago
Watch: SA students reportedly beaten by Cuba police

SOCIETY

Watch Video As SA Students Get Assaulted By Police In Cuba

The national health department said on Tuesday that it will look into the circumstances surrounding a video showing South African students reportedly being attacked by Cuban police. According to department spokeswoman Foster Mohale, the persons in the video were South African medical students. "The department, in collaboration with the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) and other competent authorities, has launched an investigation into the circumstances that led to this sad tragedy.

  24 days ago ago
Watch Video As SA Students Get Assaulted By Police In Cuba

SOCIETY

SA students reportedly beaten by Cuba police

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) said it knows about a video that supposedly shows South African understudies in Cuba being attacked. The matter is being scrutinized. DIRCO INVESTIGATING VIDEO INCIDENT At the point when the video cut surfaced online on Sunday, 7 November, it was asserted that the formally dressed men that can be seen attacking the understudies were Cuban cops.

  23 days ago ago
SA students reportedly beaten by Cuba police

SOCIETY

Breaking News| Afghan Refugees Arrives South Africa Today. See Their Population.

A huge number of Afghans have escaped the country, out of dread of the Taliban, which held onto control before in August South Africa's Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) has said the nation selected to dismiss a solicitation to take in outcasts from Afghanistan, who had looked for asylum in Pakistan, in the wake of the Taliban takeover.

  3 months ago ago
Breaking News| Afghan Refugees Arrives South Africa Today. See Their Population.

POLITICS

Unexpected| 2 Strong Things Ace Magashule Did Which Could Make Him SA’s Next President.

Suspended ANC Secretary-General Ace Magashule's establishment has been lethargic as the public authority tries to help understudies the establishment supported to examine in Turkey. The understudies who have been in Turkey on a review award since 2017 were removed from the Bogazici understudy home after the establishment neglected to pay lease.

  2 months ago ago
Unexpected| 2 Strong Things Ace Magashule Did Which Could Make Him SA’s Next President.

JUSTICE

Director-general found guilty of gross negligence over R118m

Suspended chief general of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation Kgabo Mahoai saw as blameworthy of gross carelessness, the net forsakenness of obligation and break of legitimate commitment, and horribly sporadic, inefficient, and vain use. The suspended chief general of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco), Kgabo Mahoai, has been seen as liable on disciplinary charges identified with burning through R118-million on a haggard structure in New York which was rarely purchased.

  3 months ago ago
Director-general found guilty of gross negligence over R118m

POLITICS

Problem? South African government is unable to accept this request from Pakistan refugees

South African government is unable to accept this request from Pakistan refugees. SOUTH AFRICA is unable to accept any Afghan migrants fleeing their country and making their way to Pakistan. “The South African government takes note of the country's invitation to consider accepting a number of Afghan refugees who sought asylum in Pakistan.

  3 months ago ago
Problem? South African government is unable to accept this request from Pakistan refugees

MILITARY

Dirco: SA not in a position to take in Afghan refugees fleeing Taliban

https://ewn.co.za/2021/09/02/dirco-sa-not-in-a-position-to-take-in-afghan-refugees-fleeing-taliban?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Government said that South Africa couldn't take in any Afghan outcasts who had escaped the Taliban. In an explanation, the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) said that the nation was not in a situation to oblige Afghan evacuees.

  3 months ago ago
Dirco: SA not in a position to take in Afghan refugees fleeing Taliban

JUSTICE

Director-general found guilty of gross negligence over R118m

Suspended chief general of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation Kgabo Mahoai saw as liable for gross carelessness, net desolation of obligation and break of legitimate commitment, and horribly sporadic, inefficient, and unproductive use. The suspended chief general of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco), Kgabo Mahoai, has been seen as blameworthy on disciplinary charges identified with burning through R118-million on a bedraggled structure in New York which was rarely purchased.

  3 months ago ago
Director-general found guilty of gross negligence over R118m

POLITICS

Crucial Information Linked To The Trade Union Has Been Revealed To The Public

Pretoria – The South African government said on Wednesday it is "shocked" at the African Union Commission's choice which conceded Israel an authority eyewitness status at the African Union. "The public authority of South Africa is horrified at the out of line and unjustifiable choice of the AU Commission to concede Israel onlooker status in the African Union.

  4 months ago ago
Crucial Information Linked To The Trade Union Has Been Revealed To The Public