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Mr Magwanishe said the Office of the Public Protector is a state institution supporting constitutional democracy, established in terms of Chapter 9 of the Constitution, 1996.
Wing Commander Graham: "Protector will be certified for use in unsegregated airspace, meaning it can be used in the UK for training and for operational purposes such as supporting the civilian authorities, if required.
In her remedial action, the Public Protector stated that President Cyril Ramaphosa should discipline Gordhan within 30 days of her report.
GA-ASI and Cobham Aviation Services have had a long-lasting relationship and are well-suited to provide world-class sustainment to the UK Protector programme.
DARAG will provide Protector with reinsurance cover for liabilities arising out of "Change of Ownership" business underwritten between June 1, 2004 and March 31, 2019.
An acoustic test fixture ("artificial head") was used for conducting noise reduction tests by means of level-dependent hearing protectors at the shooting range, establishing the values of noise parameters potentially reaching the hearing protector user.
The trust, in this case, said that the trust protector may unilaterally resolve any dispute, claim or conflict between beneficiaries.
The internationally-acclaimed, ISO-certified product is the result of research and dedication of Paul Butterworth, CEO of Tyre Protector.
One more thing that the company didn't reveal was that the Galaxy S10 and S10+ smartphones will come equipped with the company's screen protector. Doesn't seem like a really big deal, right?
Executive Director Protector Health Hygiene Muhammad Amir Younas added toothbrush is daily usage in our life with full of bacteria and such brush will give care against diseases as well, adding that this technology has also other uses.
The principle message of "The Protector Ethic" is that martial arts are so much more than just technical combat exercises.
Some jockeys already use the Level 2 protector, and Ruby Walsh said: "I think there's a huge improvement between the Level 1 and Level 2 back protectors.