SouthAfrica_RingtheBell: Two musicians are joined
onstage by the Keynote Speaker, Public Protector of South Africa Advocate Thuli Madonsela;
Zeona Jacobs, Director of Corporate and Marketing Affairs for the JSE;
JSE Chairperson Nonkululeko Nyembezi-Heita and UN Women SAMCO Representative Anne Githuku-Shongwe (Left to right)
who together sounded the instruments to open the Johannesburg Stock Exchange as part of ‘Ring the Bell’ events around the world.
Photo Credit: UN Women/Helen Sullivan
UN Women South Africa Multi-Country Office’s International Women’s Day Programme started a day early, on February 7th.In partnership with UNFPA, The Swedish Embassy and the Commission for Gender Equality, UN Women SAMCO hosted a panel discussion entitled: “The Elimination of Violence Against Women in South Africa: Moving the Agenda Forward”.
Heads of UN Agencies and Programme Managers
The United Nations Country Team recently held a three day retreat in the south of Johannesburg at which they focused on two key objectives: to assess the UN’s “fitness for purpose” in the South African context and in view of current work structures, as well as to build on existing cooperation and better engage with the Government on the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. More »
Media trainer Koffi Kouakou at the UNCT training
UNIC Pretoria held a one-day Public Speaking and Handling the Media Skills course for UN heads and other members the country team outside Pretoria. More »
Dignitaries from various African countries
13 years ago, on the 9th of March 2003, the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), a self-monitoring instrument of governance, was established by participating member states of the African Union (AU) in the framework of the implementation of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD). More »
GENEVA – South Africa’s human rights record will be reviewed for the first time by the UN Human Rights Committee on 7 and 8 March in Geneva. More »