Tag: Pretoria

From miner to first black robotic surgeon: Dr Kabo Ijane takes us through his life journey

Robotic surgery has successfully been applied to almost 2 000 major urological procedures at The Urology Hospital, Pretoria and is considered the future for medicine. Dr Kabo Ijane, who is Africa’s first black robotic surgeon, encourages his peers to embrace robotic surgery. He joins CNBC Africa for more.

OpEd: Is the coalition experiment over in South Africa’s municipal governments?

The ANC has spent the past two years attempting to reverse its electoral losses in the NMB Metro as well as in the Tshwane (Pretoria) and Johannesburg Metros.

African Development Bank assesses Africa’s economies, this is how they fair…

African Development Bank's economic outlook shows decline in regional economies.

Policy implementation will be biggest headache for new ANC President – Maluleke

Policy implementation will be biggest headache for new ANC President - Maluleke

Statistician-General unveils higher education statistics

SA is producing low numbers of university graduates - Pali Lehohla

South African tourism: Negative effects of marches and protests

While President Jacob Zuma celebrated his birthday on 12 April, opposition parties led a march from Church Square to the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

Gauteng Health MEC Qedani Mahlangu resigns following report

Of the 94 deaths, only one died because of a mentally related problem.

Police fire rubber bullets at anti-Kabila protestors in SA

Police in SA fired rubber bullets on Tuesday at scores of protesters outside the DRC embassy in Pretoria
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