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The inter-governmental agreement regarding nuclear energy signed between South Africa and Russia is one of over 60 different energy related co-operation agreements signed by the Department of Energy on behalf of government. The agreements address different aspects of energy and the usage of different energy sources. “The Intergovernmental Agreement on […]Read more
The prices of petrol 95 octane, diesel and illuminating paraffin will decrease with effect from 1 October 2014, the Department of Energy says. However, the price of petrol 93 octane and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) will increase. Petrol 95 octane will…Read more
HARARE, Sept 26 – South African development finance institutions are targeting multi-million dollar investments in infrastructure projects in Zimbabwe, says South African Ambassador to Zimbabwe Vusi Mavimbela. The institutions, which include the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC), the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), Public Investment Commission and logistics services group […]Read more
The Department of Health has made an urgent call to the country’s private sector to donate to the Ebola Response Fund to assist the countries affected by the virus. The department, which created the Ebola Response Fund, has set a goal of raising R250 million to coordinate and manage relief […]Read more
– Innovator Capital announces CleanEquity Monaco – 5th & 6th March LONDON, Sept. 25, 2014 / PRNewswire / Asianet-Pakistan – CleanEquity Monaco’s eighth annual conference will continue its mission to enable and accelerate world relevant, best in class, disruptive clean technology companies. Photo – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140924/148221 Executives will be provided with an intimate and collegiate setting to […]Read more
لندن المملكة المتحدة ( التاريخ) – تعلن أنوفيتر كابيتل عن كلين اكويتي موناكو في 5 و 6 من أذار. لندن،25 ستمبر 2014ء/ پی آرنیوزوائر/ ایشیانیٹ باکستان — سوف يستمر المؤتمر السنوي الثامن لكلين أكويتي موناكو بمهمته لتعزيز و دعم أفضل شركات التكنولوجيا النظيفة عالميا. Photo – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140924/148221 سوف يتم توفير المدراء التنفيذيين بجو تعليمي و […]Read more
24 September 2014 – Highlighting her own country’s success in slashing extreme poverty, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff today used her role as first national leader to address the annual General Debate of the United Nations General Assembly to stress the urgent need to revive the global economy.
“It is vital and urgent to restore the dynamism of the global economy, which should work towards fostering investment, international trade and the reduction of inequalities among countries,” she told the leaders of 193 nations gathered here on the first day of the Debate, where Brazil has traditionally been called as the first national speaker.
“Regarding international trade, there must be a unanimous commitment to a work program that leads to the conclusion of the Doha Round (of international talks on eliminating tariffs and other barriers to global trade),” she said.
She called for an end to the insufficient representation and participation of developing countries in decision-making at international financial institutions, such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, as well as on the 15-member UN Security Council, a decades-old demand by Brazil and many other regional power-houses.
On the Israeli-Palestinian crisis Ms. Rousseff deplored the recent “tragic events” in Gaza and the disproportionate use of force that affected civilians, especially women and children, and reiterated her country’s support for a two-State solution, with Palestine and Israel living side by side in security and within internationally recognized borders.
She also condemned “the systematic massacre of the Syrian people; the tragic national destruction of Iraq; the serious insecurity in Libya; the conflicts in the Sahel; and the clashes in Ukraine.”
Ms. Rousseff is among the many leaders who will address the general debate of 69th General Assembly, which is meeting through 1 October on the theme, “Delivering on and Implementing a Transformative Post-2015 Development Agenda.” Made up of all the 193 Member States of the United Nations, the Assembly provides a forum for multilateral discussion of international issues covered by the UN Charter.Read more
By Sherwin Bryce-Pease UNITED NATIONS, Sept 24 — South African President Jacob Zuma has urged delegations attending the United Nations Climate Change Summit here not to undermine the multilateral process of negotiations as he warned that climate change threatens development gains. Speaking at a preparatory session of African Governments here […]Read more