"We share a common fate," declared German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the second of the Petersberg Climate Dialogue. Representatives of 35 states were in Berlin from May 22 - 23 to discuss how the Paris Agreement on climate change can be effectively implemented.
Petersberg Climate Dialogue 2017
Football ambassadors shape Germany’s image all over the world. German footballers and trainers actively bridge borders. On May 18, there was an award ceremony for the winners of the “German Football Ambassador." Horst Kriete, who was a technical advisor to the South African Football Association SAFA from 1997-2002, won this prestigious award.
Award ceremony: German Football Ambassador 2017
Grain SA’s NAMPO Harvest Day is one of the largest agricultural exhibitions in the southern hemisphere. A delegation of the German Embassy Pretoria led by the head of the department of the Food and Agriculture, Erik Schneider, visited the annual show mid-May outside Bothaville in South Africa. German manufacturers exhibited their high-end products, these range from tractors and agricultural equipment, chemicals, fertilizers to extension services.
German agricultural technology at NAMPO
Recently appointed German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has called on German Ambassador to South Africa Walter J. Lindner to become State Secretary of the Foreign Office. The function of State Secretary is the highest rank in the civil service of the German government. At the request of the Minister, Lindner left the country on on short notice to take up his new duties on February 14.
Ambassador Lindner bids farewell
Tesla has acquired a small German engineering firm and aims to build the “world’s most advanced factory” with its help. On closer examination, what sounds like an ordinary news items from the M&A market kindles a great deal of imagination. After all, Tesla CEO, South-African born, Elon Musk is one of the most inspiring figures in Silicon Valley at the present time.
Tesla looks to Europe
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Short guide to studying in Germany
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