Friedrich Claassens

SA National Defence Force giving graduates a chance

South Africa: It is that time of the year when unemployed South African graduates pack their bags and relocate to different big cities seeking a fruitful life with infinite opportunities.

Mauritius press hold meeting with U.S. expert journalist Nicholas Kralev

Mauritius: Effective diplomacy was at the fore of discussions this morning at a meeting between the United States (U.S.) expert journalist Nicholas Kralev and members of the Mauritian press at the Media Trust in Port-Louis.

Saint Lucia: Dy PM Ernest Hilaire hosts community meeting with residents of Tunnel Road

Castries, Saint Lucia: Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia and Parliamentary Representative of Castries South, Ernest Hilaire, has recently shared a glimpse from the recent community meeting held on February 1, 2023. During the meeting, Hilaire interacted with the citizens and residents of the Tunnel Road constituency.

15 South African Infantry Battalion were on Observation Post on Jan 28

South Africa: On 28 January 2023 at about 10h30, members of the 15 South African Infantry Battalion were on Observation Post along the Republic of South Africa/Mozambique border in the Bravo Company Area of responsibility when they spotted three vehicles coming from the Northern direction driving Southerly towards the general direction of their Observation Post at the vicinity of Steenbok Trust outside Komatipoort Mpumalanga Province.
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