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2013-11-27 23:01:21

Truth About Drugs Educational Materials Provided to Community and Civic Leaders Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 27, 2013 The Church of Scientology of Pretoria was invited to attend the Twshane City Hall Substance Abuse Summit November 14, which drew together civic and community leaders concerned with this important issue. September’s South African Police Service Crime Statistics Overview for 2012/2013 report found drug-related crime has increased in the country by 13.5 percent this...

2013-05-31 23:14:18

Introducing the Truth About Drugs to government, community, and religious leaders in South Africa´s capital Pretoria, South Africa (PRWEB) May 31, 2013 To make effective drug prevention broadly available in every sector of South African society, the Church of Scientology of Pretoria invited government, community and religious leaders to attend an open house and presentation April 13, 2013, on the Truth About Drugs, the drug prevention initiative the Church supports. Maurithus Meiring,...

2011-01-18 07:00:00

PRETORIA, South Africa, Jan. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A 66-year-old prostate cancer patient has become the first person in Africa to be treated using fast and efficient RapidArc® technology from Varian Medical Systems (NYSE: VAR). The man received his treatment at the Netcare Unitas Hospital in the Pretoria suburb of Centurion, the largest private hospital in sub-Saharan Africa. The advanced RapidArc system, which has been introduced clinically on the hospital's Varian...

2010-02-19 13:01:00

LENOIR CITY, Tenn., Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- EOD Technology, Inc. (EODT) has been awarded a contract by the High Commission of Canada to provide security services to the Canadian Embassy in Pretoria, South Africa. The one year contract has three option years and is valued at $650,000 USD. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20061218/EODTLOGO ) Under the contract, EODT will provide security and armed response services at the embassy to control access and deter criminal attacks...

2008-10-10 06:00:33

Text of report by official website of South African Department of Foreign Affairs on 9 October [OSC Transcribed Text] ["Statement on the Cabinet Meeting of 8 October 2008"] Statement on the Cabinet Meeting of 8 October 2008 Cabinet held its ordinary meeting in Pretoria yesterday, 8 October 2008. Cabinet received a detailed report on the limited outbreak of the suspected hemorrhagic fever in Gauteng which has claimed three lives. Firstly, Government wishes to convey condolences to...

2006-01-11 14:22:06

PRETORIA (Reuters) - Bolivia's President-elect Evo Morales forgave the United States for past humiliations on Wednesday and welcomed dialogue with Washington, which has criticized him for rejecting U.S. anti-drug policies. Morales, a former coca leaf farmer, told reporters during a two-day trip to South Africa he hoped dialogue with the United States would lead to peace and social justice. "I want to say here from South Africa to the state department of the U.S. ... any dialogue that...

2005-07-07 21:52:34

By Peter Murphy YAMOUSSOUKRO (Reuters) - Government and rebels in divided Ivory Coast failed on Thursday to thrash out a disarmament timetable but President Laurent Gbagbo pledged ensure the rapid passage of laws seen as key to peace. The world's top cocoa producer has been split in two since a failed coup in 2002 triggered civil war. Previous disarmament dates, the latest on June 27, have fallen through over political squabbling, sporadic violence and delays passing legal reforms. Peace...

2005-06-29 16:52:37

By Alain Ngono PRETORIA (Reuters) - Ivory Coast's civil war foes tried torevive a deadlocked peace process on Wednesday, sayingpro-government militias should start disarming immediately butsetting no date for rebel fighters to do the same. Ivory Coast's president, rebel chief and opposition leaderssaid in a statement after talks hosted by South Africa'spresident that it would be impossible to hold presidentialpolls as planned in October if no progress is made ondisarmament. The elections...

2005-06-28 19:40:33

By Alain Ngono PRETORIA (Reuters) - South Africa warned Ivory Coast'scivil war foes on Tuesday they risked sanctions if they blockedmoves toward peace, raising the stakes as the West Africannation's president and rebels met for talks. South African President Thabo Mbeki hopes to revive a dealhe brokered in April to end the conflict in the world's topcocoa grower. The so-called Pretoria accord has been paralyzedby political squabbling and rows about disarmament. Mbeki said the participants...


Word of the Day
endocarp
  • The hard inner (usually woody) layer of the pericarp of some fruits (as peaches or plums or cherries or olives) that contains the seed.
This word comes from the Greek 'endon,' in, within, plus the Greek 'kardia,' heart.
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