International Radio station whose mandate is to support South Africa’s Foreign Policy enshrined in the Department of International Relations and Cooperation’s – Vision and Mission and contribute to the development of Africa, support peace, democracy and good Governance through the production and broadcast of innovative, dynamic and stimulating news, current affairs and informal knowledge building content in English and other major African languages.CII fills that gap, providing high quality Islamic content to more a million listeners worldwide.Through this system, young healthy members are being inducted into the regular and reserve forces every year.After the Union of South Africa was formed in 1910, General Jan Smuts, the Union's first Minister of Defence, placed a high priority on creating a unified military out of the separate armies of the union's four provinces. 13) of 1912 established a Union Defence Force (UDF) that included a Permanent Force (or standing army) of career soldiers, an Active Citizen Force of temporary conscripts and volunteers as well as a Cadet organisation.
A combination of exemplary personal service and investment expertise, with a personal touch, serves our clients as well today as it did more than 120 years ago.A South Afrcican FM radio station that follows a Top 40 music format and is owned by SABC, South Africa's public broadcaster. It's payoff line is "The Power of 5" Capricorn FM is an urban commercial radio station situated in Limpopo boasting 1.4 million weekly listeners and the best talent the province has to offer.This dynamic brand dominates the regional landscape as it is the only regional radio station covering the five districts of the province, as well as spilling over into Mpumalanga and Gauteng.Touching down in Johannesburg in South Africa, we have the chance to learn about the region's colourful, and at times dubious, history, and find out for ourselves how the city came to be at the forefront of the gold-mining industry. I enjoy my time on their tours immensely Today we arrive in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya.We cross into Zimbabwe to feast our eyes on one of the most spectacular natural phenomena in the world at Victoria Falls, and into Botswana and Swaziland, where we take a boat ride to see a diverse array of water creatures (like hippos and large crocodiles) and spend time in traditional rural farming settlements respectively. Part of Maasai land when the British arrived, this modern capital grew with the development of the railway.Broadcasting on 1422 medium wave, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week from Johannesburg.