The global landscape is fastpaced and constantly changing, presenting humanity with both opportunities and challenges. At the International Meeting of Highlevel officials responsible for Security Matters, South Africa’s Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni shared her observations on international security matters. ### Climate Change and its Impact on Africa
The 76th World Health Assembly is a significant event for the global health community. The Assembly provides member states with an opportunity to come together and discuss healthcare delivery, public health, and the challenges faced by countries worldwide, especially those related to the COVID19 pandemic.
In recent years, the connection between mental health and nature has been gaining recognition. Integrative medical practitioner Dr. Ledivia Strauss, the owner of Revitahealth in the Western Cape, highlights the significant role that green and blue spaces play in our wellbeing and the potential they hold for future development projects in South Africa.
Cape Town is a city known for its beauty and culture that attracts visitors from around the world. However, the city is not without its challenges. Crime, water scarcity, and power outages are just a few of the issues that Cape Town faces. In this article, we will delve into the vision of Mayor Geordin HillLewis and the strategies being implemented by the City of Cape Town (CoCT) to overcome these obstacles.
South Africa’s Minister of Social Development, Ms. Lindiwe Zulu, accepted the International Social Security Association (ISSA) Good Practice Award for Social Security in Africa on May 17, 2023, on behalf of the department. The award recognizes the country’s commitment to providing social security protection for vulnerable children, specifically the Child Support Grant (CSG) initiative.
The Western Cape has launched the #BackOnTrack campaign, a massive R1.2 billion educational program aimed at addressing the significant decline in learning outcomes due to the Covid19 pandemic. The campaign aims to improve learning outcomes in the region over the next three years and secure a brighter future for children.
The annual Africa’s Travel Indaba, a prominent tourism marketing event in Africa, is happening on May 10 and 11, 2023, in Durban, KwaZuluNatal. The event brings together international buyers and media to showcase the best tourism products in Southern Africa.
As South Africa marks 29 years since the inauguration of Nelson Mandela, the nation has made great strides in building a more inclusive and equitable society. One essential element in this journey is the role of the National Statistical System (NSS) in driving development planning and monitoring.
The Africa’s Travel Indaba, held on May 10th, 2023, in Durban, provided an exceptional platform for stakeholders in the tourism industry to collaborate and establish meaningful connections. The Deputy Minister of Tourism, Mr. Fish Mahlalela, addressed the gathering, emphasizing the importance of networking and addressing skills shortages in the hospitality and tourism services sector.
The Comrades Marathon is a renowned longdistance race that has evolved into a cultural phenomenon and international event, symbolizing South African identity, unity, and perseverance. With its grueling course and challenging terrain, it has gained a reputation as one of the most rewarding experiences in the world of running.
The COVID19 pandemic has severely impacted the tourism industry in South Africa, with many businesses struggling to stay open. As a result, the Green Tourism Incentive Programme (GTIP) has been established to support small and mediumsized tourism enterprises to promote sustainable tourism practices.
Siya Kolisi, the captain of South Africa’s national rugby team, the Springboks, is recovering from knee surgery just four months before the 2023 Rugby World Cup kickoff. Although there is hope that he will recover in time to lead the team in the tournament, fans are concerned about the impact of his injury on the team’s chances of success.
Cape Town has emerged as a leading global tourist destination, known for its stunning natural beauty, rich culture, and vibrant atmosphere. The city has been nominated across nine categories for the World Travel Awards Africa Region 2023, which are considered the gold standard for the travel and tourism industry. These nominations bring global attention to the local destinations, attractions, and operators, and winning these accolades will attract more tourists to Cape Town, ultimately contributing to the economic growth of the region.
In just a few weeks, King Charles III and his wife, Camilla, will be crowned at Westminster Abbey in London, marking the transition to a new era in the British monarchy. The event promises to celebrate tradition and modernity, with a guest list including members of the Royal Family, politicians, world leaders, celebrities, and community representatives. In this article, we will provide an overview of the coronation, highlighting some of the notable guests and reflecting on what this event means for the monarchy and the country.
The world has seen a resurgence of drivein cinemas in recent years, providing an escape from the fastpaced digital world we live in. With the pandemic forcing us to keep a safe distance from one another, drivein cinemas have become an excellent alternative to traditional movie theatres. The GoDriveIn Movie and Roadhouse in Salt River is one such venue that has successfully captured the essence of this trend, offering a unique and memorable night out for all ages.
Residents of Bishop Lavis in Cape Town have taken the initiative to establish a health forum to address the substandard healthcare services at the Bishop Lavis Community Health Centre. The community has faced numerous challenges, such as poor staff behavior, long wait times, and medication shortages, significantly affecting their health and daily life.