Tagged: South Africa

State visit from South Africa: the king's speech

Speech given by His Majesty The King during a gala dinner at the Royal Palace during the state visit from South Africa, 31 August 2011. Mr. President and Mrs. Zuma, Ladies and Gentlemen, It...

Norwegian Snow on Tour in New York

Siri Nilsen, Arne Hiorth, Helge Nysted, John Børge Askeland, and Thomas Hvale will be touring New York in December 2009. They will give concerts and be promoting the critically acclaimed CD “Snow”, as well...

Norway’s royal couple to visit South Africa

Norway’s royal couple to tour Green Point stadium as part of SA visit “I think it will be absolutely fabulous,” said King Harald V of Norway, with regard to the 2010 FIFA World Cup,...

Soccer: Norway – South Africa 1-0

Egil “Drillo” Olsen’s men won 1-0 in a friendly against South Africa in Oslo Saturday evening, reports Norway Post. Kjetil Wæhler scored for Norway at the beginning of the second half. Norway put on pressure from...

Norway finds new UN Gaza report serious

Norway’s Foreign Minister considers the allegations made in the UN report released yesterday concerning violations of human rights and international humanitarian law during the Gaza conflict to be very serious. He said that Norway...

SINTEF signs agreement in South Africa

SINTEF has signed a memorandum of understanding with Stellenbosch University, which is recognised as one of the four best research-driven universities in South Africa. The two partners to the agreement have already joined forces...

Soccer: South Africa beats Norway 2-1

    RUSTENBURG, South Africa (AP) — South Africa beat Norway 2-1 to win the Nelson Mandela Challenge trophy courtesy of a 30-metre strike from substitute Siphiwe Tshabalala in stoppage time at the Royal Bafokeng...

Peace Conference in South Africa canceled

  The peace conference scheduled to begin in Johannesburg, South Africa on March 27 has been postponed indefinitely, following the controversy after the Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama was barred from entering the country. The Dalai...