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SYRIAN ARMY DEPLOYED INTO NORTH EAST

14 October 2019
SYRIAN ARMY DEPLOYED INTO NORTH EAST

  Hundreds of Syrian troops have been deployed in some parts of the north East following Turkey’s military incursion after the United States announced a withdrawal of its troops, giving Turkey a green light to launch its long-awaited mili...

NEW ZEALAND’S PRIME MINISTER PURSUES ONLINE EXTREMISM

14 October 2019
NEW ZEALAND’S PRIME MINISTER PURSUES ONLINE EXTREMISM

  New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Arden has unveiled more funding and support to the country’s efforts to stamp out online extremism following the killing in March of Muslim worshippers, at two separate mosques while the massacre was...

TUNISIANS CELEBRATE KAIS SAIED’S PROJECTED VICTORY

14 October 2019
TUNISIANS CELEBRATE KAIS SAIED’S PROJECTED VICTORY

Thousands of Tunisians took to the streets of the capital celebrating presidential candidate Kais Saied’s victory. An exit poll conducted by Sigma consulting, projected a landslide win for Saied, indicating that he had taken 76.9% of the votes...

TYPHOON HAGIBIS CAUSES FLOODS IN JAPAN KILLING OVER 30

14 October 2019
TYPHOON HAGIBIS CAUSES FLOODS IN JAPAN KILLING OVER 30

  Japanese rescue workers accompanied by thousands of troops continue to save stranded residents in the fight against typhoon Hagibis that has caused havoc across the country. At least 31 people were killed and vast sections of towns in central...

PROTEST ACTION IN RANDBURG CLEARED

14 October 2019
PROTEST ACTION IN RANDBURG CLEARED

  Motorists were advised to be cautious on Malibongwe Drive, the N14 and R114 this morning due to protest action. Protestors had blocked Malibongwe Drive in Randburg, north of Johannesburg with burning tyres and rubble. The Johannesburg Metro P...

FORMER PRESIDENT JACOB ZUMA GOES ON TRIAL TOMORROW FOR CORRUPTION CHARGES

14 October 2019
FORMER PRESIDENT JACOB ZUMA GOES ON TRIAL TOMORROW FOR CORRUPTION CHARGES

  South Africa’s former president, Jacob Zuma’s trial is expected to start tomorrow in Pietermaritzburg. Zuma, who was in office from 2009-2018, had applied for a permanent stay of prosecution on 18 charges of fraud, racketeering an...

WTO: SERVICES - A DYNAMIC COMPONENT OF TRADE

10 October 2019
WTO: SERVICES - A DYNAMIC COMPONENT OF TRADE

  The World Trade Organization’s (WTO) recently released report says services have become the most dynamic component of international trade and will continue to expand in the coming decades, if international cooperation is enhanced to sup...

U.S. SAYS TARIFFS ON CHINA ARE WORKING DESPITE WARNINGS TO DE-ESCALATE

10 October 2019
U.S. SAYS TARIFFS ON CHINA ARE WORKING DESPITE WARNINGS TO DE-ESCALATE

  The United States and China have become embroiled in a war of words on the impact of the trade tensions between them. Despite warnings that the trade war has weighed on global growth and shaken financial markets, the United States believes it...

CALM AT TURKISH-SYRIAN BORDER AS TURKISH MILITARY BEGIN OPERATIONS IN NORTHERN SYRIA

10 October 2019
CALM AT TURKISH-SYRIAN BORDER  AS TURKISH MILITARY BEGIN OPERATIONS IN NORTHERN SYRIA

  Turkey’s border with Syria was calm this morning (Oct. 10), a day after Turkey began its long-awaited military action into northern Syria under the pretext to close down what Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has called a "terror corrido...

SYRIAN OPPOSITION REJECTS TURKISH INVASION

10 October 2019
SYRIAN OPPOSITION REJECTS TURKISH INVASION

  Syrian Opposition Groups meeting under the Syria Opposition Negotiation Commission in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, have condemned Turkey’s military incursion into northeastern Syria, saying that any military existence by external forces on Syr...

THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED TODAY IN PARTS OF TSHWANE, JOHANNESBURG & EKURHULENI

10 October 2019
THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED TODAY IN PARTS OF TSHWANE, JOHANNESBURG & EKURHULENI

  As we enter a change of season during this part of the year, the SA weather service has sent a warning for severe thunderstorms with possible large hail and strong gusty winds expected between 2pm and 8pm today in places over the City of Tshw...

HAWKS RAID FORMER DURBAN MAYOR ZANDILE GUMEDE’S HOUSE

10 October 2019
HAWKS RAID FORMER DURBAN MAYOR ZANDILE GUMEDE’S HOUSE

  The Hawks and Asset Forfeiture Unit swooped on several properties, including the home of former eThekwini mayor Zandile Gumede, this morning. The unit, together with the Hawks and SAPS, obtained a court order for Gumede’s belonging...

2019 NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS GOES TO 3 SCIENTISTS

09 October 2019
2019 NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS GOES TO 3 SCIENTISTS

  This year’s Nobel Prize in Physics is shared by three scientists and rewards new understanding of the universe’s structure and history, as well as the first discovery of a planet orbiting the solar-type star outside our solar syst...

HUAWEI TESTS 5G IN MALAYSIA

09 October 2019
HUAWEI TESTS 5G IN MALAYSIA

  Huawei, the Chinese technology giant has joined Malaysia’s nationwide 5G testing in a show of determination despite U.S. blacklisting. Washington accuses Huawei of being a front for the Chinese government and for using its technology to...

A PROFESSOR AND A MEDIA MOGUL COMPETE IN TUNISIA’S PRESIDENTIAL RUN-OFF

09 October 2019
A PROFESSOR AND A MEDIA MOGUL COMPETE IN TUNISIA’S PRESIDENTIAL RUN-OFF

  Two of Tunisia’s political outsiders have been chosen to contest the country’s presidential run-off on Sunday (Oct. 13th ). Nabil Karoui, a media mogul who was arrested in August on charges of money-laundering and tax fraud, conte...

SAPS EMBARKS ON NATIONWIDE RECRUITMENT

09 October 2019
SAPS EMBARKS ON NATIONWIDE RECRUITMENT

  The South African Police Service (SAPS) has embarked on a nationwide recruitment process to attract youth, between the ages of 18 and 30, to join the Service as police trainees for the 2019/2020 Basic Police Learning Development Programm...

WATER RESTRICTIONS TO REMAIN IN SEVERAL OF SA’S PROVINCES AS TEMPERATURES SOAR

09 October 2019
WATER RESTRICTIONS TO REMAIN IN SEVERAL OF SA’S PROVINCES AS TEMPERATURES SOAR

  With temperatures beginning to soar, the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has warned that water restrictions will remain in place in several of the country’s provinces. With persisting drought conditions, the department...

15-YEAR-OLD LEARNER ARRESTED IN DURBAN FOR ALLEGEDLY STABBING A FELLOW LEARNER

09 October 2019
15-YEAR-OLD LEARNER ARRESTED IN DURBAN FOR ALLEGEDLY STABBING A FELLOW LEARNER

  A-15-year old grade 9 learner has been arrested for stabbing a fellow learner in Durban. KZN’s Department of Education Spokesperson, Muzi Mahlambi says the incident took place on Monday at the Reunion secondary schoolin Isipingo, South...

DEATH TOLL INCREASES IN IRAQ UNREST

08 October 2019
DEATH TOLL INCREASES IN IRAQ UNREST

  Iraq’s federal police have deployed armoured vehicles in Baghdad after days of violent protests saw 110 killed and more than 6,000 injured across Iraq. In Baghdad's Sadr City district at least 15 people were also reportedly killed in cl...

NEW ZEALAND & NETHERLANDS SPEAK CLIMATE CHANGE

08 October 2019
NEW ZEALAND & NETHERLANDS SPEAK CLIMATE CHANGE

  As police in London, Berlin, Sydney, and other cities grapple with massive climate change activists who are demanding immediate action to curb global warming; New Zealand Prime Minister and Dutch Prime Minister say they are encouraged by the...

TURKISH MILITARY BEGIN SHELLING OF NORTHEAST SYRIA

08 October 2019
TURKISH MILITARY BEGIN SHELLING OF NORTHEAST SYRIA

  The Turkish military launched its long-awaited offensive in northeast Syria Monday night, near the country’s border with Iraq. The offensive follows the withdrawal of U.S. troops from the northeast Syrian border on Monday, effectively g...

AFRICA HALAAL WEEK KICKS OFF AT CAPE TOWN’S ICC

08 October 2019
AFRICA HALAAL WEEK KICKS OFF AT CAPE TOWN’S ICC

  The Africa Halal Week has kicked off at Cape Town’s International Convention Centre with more than 60 exhibitors showcasing a range of services from Islamic banking, investment and trade, modest fashion as well as cuisine. At least 25 i...

DUDUZANE ZUMA TELLS COMMISSION PP DID NOT GET HIS SIDE OF THE STORY

08 October 2019
DUDUZANE ZUMA TELLS COMMISSION PP DID NOT GET HIS SIDE OF THE STORY

  Duduzane Zuma, business man and son of former president Jacob Zuma, took the stand for a second day today at the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture. Yesterday Zuma confirmed that he drove Former Deputy Finance Minister, Mcebisi...

TUNISIANS VOTE IN PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION

07 October 2019
TUNISIANS VOTE IN PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION

  Tunisians took to the polls on Sunday (October 6) for a parliament to address chronic economic problems, at a moment when political newcomers are mounting a challenge to the established parties. Voters queued outside polling stations in the c...

CLIMATE CHANGE ACTIVISTS ARRESTED IN SYDNEY

07 October 2019
CLIMATE CHANGE ACTIVISTS ARRESTED IN SYDNEY

  Several climate change activists were arrested in Sydney following an attempt to block access to the central business district. The protesters were demanding an immediate move away from fossil fuels and drastic steps taken to reduce Australia...

PROTESTS IN HK RESULT IN SOME SUBWAY STATIONS & SHOPS TO CLOSE

07 October 2019
PROTESTS IN HK RESULT IN SOME SUBWAY STATIONS & SHOPS TO CLOSE

Hong Kong struggled to recover today with its metro only partially functioning and some shops still closed, after scores of protesters were arrested in violent clashes overnight that drew the first warning from the Chinese military. Hong Kong's rail...

HONG KONG PROTESTORS DEFY NEW ANTI-MASK LAW

07 October 2019
HONG KONG PROTESTORS DEFY NEW ANTI-MASK LAW

  Hong Kong Protesters took to the streets again during the weekend to protest and concealed their faces in defiance of the emergency law invoked by authorities on Friday, which banned face masks. Police made their first arrests under the new r...

PILOT KILLED IN PLANE CRASH NEAR VRYBURG IN THE NORTH WEST

07 October 2019
PILOT KILLED IN PLANE CRASH NEAR VRYBURG IN THE NORTH WEST

  Police in Vryburg are investigating a case of culpable homicide after a light aircraft crashed between two houses after hitting the garage wall of one of the houses at Isaac Peloeng Street in Huhudi, near Vryburg late yesterday afternoon. The...

DUDUZANE ZUMA TAKES THE STAND AT THE STATE CAPTURE INQUIRY

07 October 2019
DUDUZANE ZUMA TAKES THE STAND AT THE STATE CAPTURE INQUIRY

  Duduzane Zuma, son of former president Jacob Zuma, is giving testimony today at the hearing of the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture. Zuma has confirmed that a meeting at the Gupta residence did take place on October 23rd 2015...

INDIA MARKS 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF MAHATMA GHANDHI

02 October 2019
INDIA MARKS 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF MAHATMA GHANDHI

  India’s Prime Minister and the general public paid their respects to the icon of peaceful struggle, Mahatma Ghandhi today (Oct. 2) on his 150th anniversary. India observes October 2 as not only Ghandhi’s birth-date but also as int...

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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang held talks with recently appointed World Bank President David Malpass in Beijing yesterday. Prior to taking up the top job at the World Bank Malpass worked at the U.S. Treasury. Whilst in that role he took part in trade negotiations with China and was critical of the World Bank's continued lending to China, arguing that the world's second-largest economy was too wealthy for such aid while it was loading up some countries with unsustainable debt from its Belt and Road infrastructure program. Malpass and Li's meeting came as the U.S. and China remain in the midst of a bitter trade war. On Monday US President Donald Trump said he was ready to impose another round of punitive tariffs on Chinese imports if he cannot make progress in trade talks with China's President at a Group of 20 summit later this month.

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