Nigeria’s Chevron unit said it plans to cut 25% of its workforce to become more efficient and reduce operating costs, the latest sign demand for global oil is wobbling under coronavirus and new restrictions to contain it.» Read more
According to a publication by Bloomberg, JPMorgan has issued a $42.5 million loan on a New York penthouse owned by a Russian billionaire’s family. Analyst, say that the penthouse at 15 Central Park West has everything you’d expect for an $88 million property: 6,744-square-feet of space, a wraparound terrace and killer views of Manhattan. Since June, the apartment owned by […]» Read more
According to a statement released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s, the next big Hollywood movie release-James Bond flick “No Time to Die,” is being delayed until next year, a result of the woeful economics that studios are facing because of the pandemic. “No Time to Die,” starring Daniel Craig, will now be released on April 2, the studio said. It had already been […]» Read more
Covid-19 Alert Level 1 Update: South Africa Restores Free Visa for Countries Including High Covid-19 Rated U.S.
The South African government has reinstated free visas for travelers from countries including Covid-19 high risk countries such as the U.S following the visa suspension since March 2020 as part of a strict lockdown to curb the coronavirus. According to a statement by the government, visas will again be available to visitors from France, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Italy, South Korea, […]» Read more
Pretoria, October 4th 2020, the president of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa, unveiled the first phase of a development that is pushing back the frontiers of human settlements in the country, by way of design, planning and construction. According to the president, the launch of the Mooikloof development is the outcome of a successful public-private partnership. He congratulated the developers Balwin […]» Read more
President Cyril Ramaphosa: United Nations General Assembly High-level Meeting on the 25th Anniversary of the 4th World Conference on Woman
Excellencies,Distinguished Guests, As we mark the 25th anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women, we can say that we have come a long way. The material conditions of the world’s women have vastly improved, as has access to education for women, their role in public life, their representation in the political sphere and participation in the economy. Despite this […]» Read more