Statements, Topnews

22. September 2014

OPENING STATEMENT BY AMBASSADOR TEBOGO SEOKOLO, PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SOUTH AFRICA ON THE OCCASION OF THE 58TH SESSION OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE IAEA, VIENNA, AUSTRIA, 22 SEPTEMBER 2014

Distinguished...

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19. September 2014

STATEMENT BY AMBASSADOR TEBOGO SEOKOLO, PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SOUTH AFRICA ON THE OCCASION OF THE IAEA BOARD OF GOVERNORS, 19 SEPTEMBER 2014, VIENNA, AUSTRIA

THE CONCEPTUALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SAFEGUARDS IMPLEMENTATION AT...

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18. September 2014

STATEMENT BY AMBASSADOR TEBOGO SEOKOLO, PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SOUTH AFRICA ON THE OCCASION OF THE IAEA BOARD OF GOVERNORS, VIENNA, AUSTRIA FROM 15 TO 19 SEPTEMBER 2014

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NPT SAFEGUARDS AGREEMENT IN THE...

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Topnews, Statements, International relations

17. September 2014

STATEMENT BY AMBASSADOR TEBOGO SEOKOLO, RESIDENT REPRESENTATIVE AND GOVERNOR OF THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA TO THE IAEA BOARD OF GOVERNORS, 17 SEPTEMBER 2014, VIENNA, AUSTRIA

 

STRENGTHENING THE AGENCY’S ACTIVITIES...

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Topnews, International relations, South Africa

21. August 2014

PRESIDENT ZUMA ATTENDS 34TH ORDINARY SADC SUMMIT OF HEADS OF STATE AND GOVERNMENT

The theme of the 2014 Summit was: “SADC Strategy for Economic Transformation: Leveraging the Region’s Diverse Resources for Sustainable Economic and Social Development through Beneficiation and Value Addition”.

President Jacob Zuma led the South African...

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15. August 2014

Update on 2014 Ebola Outbreak from the: Cluster Manager: Communicable Diseases - National Department of Health

With regard to the 2014 Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak, please kindly be informed that the outbreak is currently limited to 4 countries (Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria).  Suspected cases have been reported by many countries in East and Southern Africa, and...

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14. August 2014

BIG STRIDES MADE TO IMPROVE WOMEN’S LIVES: PRESIDENT ZUMA

This year’s Women’s Month is significant in that South Africa marks 60 years since the signing of the Women’s Charter on 17 April 1954 in Johannesburg. Furthermore, it is 20 years since the adoption of the 1994 Women’s Charter for Effective Equality.

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