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FOREIGN EXPERTS IN SUDAN TO EXAMINE SICK LIONS

28 January 2020
FOREIGN EXPERTS IN SUDAN TO EXAMINE SICK LIONS

  In Sudan…. several foreign international conservationists have arrived in Khartoum to examine four starving and sick lions at the Al-Qurashi Park where a lioness died last week. According to reports, the plight of the animals became wo...

AFRICAN PENGUINS THREATENED BY TOURISM

28 January 2020
AFRICAN PENGUINS THREATENED BY TOURISM

  The rise in tourism along the Southern African coastline has put the plight of Africa’s endangered penguins at risk. According to Conservationists, interaction with tourists during the peak summer season has accelerated the risks as the...

R1.2 MILLION OF COUNTERFEIT GOODS SEIZED IN KZN

28 January 2020
R1.2 MILLION OF COUNTERFEIT GOODS SEIZED IN KZN

  Two suspects were caught red-handed by police for possession of suspected stolen property and possession of counterfeit goods. During an operation in Emanguzi, situated near Kosi Bay in KZN, a white Toyota Hilux was pulled over with two...

EU WARNS OF INEVITABLE BREXIT 'DAMAGE'

28 January 2020
EU WARNS OF INEVITABLE BREXIT 'DAMAGE'

  The European Union’s (EU) Chief Negotiator, Michel Barnier has warned that the departure of Britain from the EU this week would have “negative consequences”.  Britain will become the first country to leave the bloc at 2...

INVESTIGATORS PROBE HELICOPTER CRASH THAT KILLED KOBE BRYANT

28 January 2020
INVESTIGATORS PROBE HELICOPTER CRASH THAT KILLED KOBE BRYANT

  Federal investigators are sifting through the wreckage of the helicopter crash that killed basketball legend Kobe Bryant and eight other people, hoping to find clues to what caused the accident that stunned the world. 41-year-old Bryant, was...

CORONAVIRUS: MILLIONS QUARANTINED AS CHINA SCRAMBLES TO HALT SPREAD OF THE VIRUS

28 January 2020
CORONAVIRUS: MILLIONS QUARANTINED AS CHINA SCRAMBLES TO HALT SPREAD OF THE VIRUS

  China has quarantined millions of people and urged its citizens to delay overseas travel as it scrambles to stop the deadly coronavirus epidemic from spreading further. Authorities have also ordered schools and universities to remain closed a...

LIBERIA TO RESUME OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION

28 January 2020
LIBERIA TO RESUME OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION

  In Liberia, President George Weah announced the West African country will launch a call in April for bids to resume offshore oil and gas exploration after years of stagnation. Competent and reputable international oil and gas companies will b...

MILLIONS JOIN PROTEST IN INDIA AGAINST CITIZENSHIP LAW SEEN AS ANTI-MUSLIM

27 January 2020
MILLIONS JOIN PROTEST IN INDIA AGAINST CITIZENSHIP LAW SEEN AS ANTI-MUSLIM

  About seven million people lined the streets of Kerala in southern India to form a 620-kilometre-long human chain in protest over the new citizenship law that critics say is unconstitutional and discriminatory towards Muslims. The new law see...

TURKEY’S PRESIDENT TO HOLD TALKS ON LIBYA

27 January 2020
TURKEY’S PRESIDENT TO HOLD TALKS ON LIBYA

  Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan is in the Algerian capital, Algiers on the first leg of his Africa tour to hold talks on the conflict in Libya and what arrangements could be put in place for a permanent ceasefire. Erdogan said the Lib...

Rescuers search for survivors in TURKEY AFTER 6.8-magnitude quake

27 January 2020
Rescuers search for survivors in TURKEY AFTER 6.8-magnitude quake

  In Turkey, Nearly 4,000 rescue workers continue to search for survivors under debris with the help of cranes and excavators. On Friday a 6.8-magnitude quake struck eastern turkey and at least 948 aftershocks were reportedly felt. According to...

EGYPTIANS COMMEMORATE 2011 Egyptian revolution in SA & abroad

27 January 2020
EGYPTIANS COMMEMORATE 2011 Egyptian revolution in SA & abroad

  This weekend Egyptians in Egypt and from around the world commemorated the2011 Egyptian revolution. The revolution saw the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak and his regime, as well as paved the way for the first democratic elections in Egypt. The Eg...

Alleged 'drug kingpin' arrested in Durban

27 January 2020
Alleged 'drug kingpin' arrested in Durban

  Three suspects have been arrested for dealing with drugs in Phoenix, in the North of Durban. An estimated R430 000.00 of items were confiscated during the raid. KZN’s police commissioner says the suspects would soon appear in the Verula...

POLICE SLAM MISLEADING REPORTS OF ‘DIEPSLOOT SHUTDOWN’

27 January 2020
POLICE SLAM MISLEADING REPORTS OF ‘DIEPSLOOT SHUTDOWN’

  The South African Police says recent reports circulating on social media called "Diepsloot Shutdown" must be condemned as the contents of that report is misleading. Following the visit of the area by The Minister of Police, and Home Affairs M...

SA PHOTOGRAPHER SHIRAAZ MOHAMED SPEAKS OUT FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE RETURNING TO SA

27 January 2020
SA PHOTOGRAPHER SHIRAAZ MOHAMED SPEAKS OUT FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE RETURNING TO SA

  Photographer Shiraz Mohamed has spoken out for the first time since his return to South Africa earlier this month. Mohamed has spoken out briefly as he regains his strength after being held captive in Syria for almost three yea...

AFGHANISTAN DROUGHT THREATENS LIVELIHOODS

23 January 2020
AFGHANISTAN DROUGHT THREATENS LIVELIHOODS

  In Afghanistan, Hundreds of sheep, goat farmers and weavers say their livelihoods are in danger as changing weather patterns bring untold suffering to communities. According to climate experts, although Afghanistan was producing only 0.1 perc...

IRAQ CALLS FOR CAUTION IN GULF REGION

23 January 2020
IRAQ CALLS FOR CAUTION IN GULF REGION

  Iraq’s President Barham Saleh has described the escalating tensions between Iran, the United States and regional allies as a source of concern for Iraq’s transformation. Saleh said it was not in the interest of Iraq to choose to a...

WHO WELCOMES CHINA’S RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS

23 January 2020
WHO WELCOMES CHINA’S RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS

  The World Health Organisation (WHO) says it is satisfied with steps taken by China to minimize the risks of the coronavirus spreading outside its borders. In a statement, WHO said the primary aim of prevention must be to limit human to human...

WUHAN SHUTS DOWN PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO CONTAIN THE CONTAGIOUS CORONAVIRUS

23 January 2020
WUHAN SHUTS DOWN PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO CONTAIN THE CONTAGIOUS CORONAVIRUS

  China has banned trains and planes from leaving Wuhan, the city at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak. Planning to seal off its 11 million people to contain the contagious disease that has claimed 17 lives, infected hundreds and spread to...

SA’S POWER SYSTEM IS CONSTRAINED AS ESKOM USED EMERGENCY RESOURCES THIS MORNING

23 January 2020
SA’S POWER SYSTEM IS CONSTRAINED AS ESKOM USED EMERGENCY RESOURCES THIS MORNING

  Eskom says they are using emergency resources this morning to meet demands as the power system is constrained. Unplanned outages have been rising over the past few days. The power utility is requesting customers to work with them by reducing...

SANDF HIJAB POLICY GOES TO EQUALITY COURT

23 January 2020
SANDF HIJAB POLICY GOES TO EQUALITY COURT

  Although the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) has dropped its case against Major Fatima Isaacs and is allowing Isaacs to wear a small scarf under her beret with  certain terms on the texture and colour, her legal team has dec...

BURGLARIES AT CT SCHOOL KEEPS LEARNERS AWAY

23 January 2020
BURGLARIES AT CT SCHOOL KEEPS LEARNERS AWAY

  Parents of learners at Alpine primary in Cape Town’s Beacon Valley have refused to let their children go to school. This comes after the school had 20 burglaries in the past 12 months effecting the primary school’s ablution and to...

“BILLIONAIRE BOOM” NOT FAVOURING THE POOR

21 January 2020
“BILLIONAIRE BOOM” NOT FAVOURING THE POOR

  Oxfam’s representative at Davos, has called on the world’s Billionaires to join in the fight against poverty, inequality and climate change. Amithab Behar has criticized the “Billionaire boom” as anti-human and called...

HK ESTIMATES 1,300+ CASES IN WUHAN - THE EPICENTRE OF THE OUTBREAK

21 January 2020
HK ESTIMATES 1,300+ CASES IN WUHAN - THE EPICENTRE OF THE OUTBREAK

  Doctors at the University of Hong Kong released a study of the spread of the new SARS-like virus, estimating that there have been over 1,300 cases in Wuhan, the epicentre of the outbreak. 

CHINA CONFIRMS NEW CORONAVIRUS CAN BE SPREAD VIA HUMANS

21 January 2020
CHINA CONFIRMS  NEW CORONAVIRUS CAN BE SPREAD VIA HUMANS

  China has confirmed the outbreak of the new coronavirus is contagious among humans, as the number of cases increase and authorities announced a fourth person has died. The coronavirus, which has spread to three other Asian countries and infec...

CLASHES IN IRAQ

21 January 2020
CLASHES IN IRAQ

  In Iraq, three protesters were killed and more than 50 others were wounded as anti-government demonstrators took to the streets. Protesters last Monday gave the government one week to meet their demands or they would escalate their demonstrat...

WOMEN PROTEST IN INDIA AGAINST CONTROVERSIAL CITIZENSHIP LAW

21 January 2020
WOMEN PROTEST IN INDIA AGAINST CONTROVERSIAL CITIZENSHIP LAW

  In India, women have been blocking a New Delhi highway for more than four weeks in protest against the controversial citizenship law.  Protests are being held in cities across the country of 1.3 billion people to demand the repeal of the...

AFRICAN LEADERS WELCOME TRADE PROSPECTS WITH UK

21 January 2020
AFRICAN LEADERS WELCOME TRADE PROSPECTS WITH UK

  African leaders attending the first UK-Africa trade summit in London are upbeat about improved trade relations with Britain following Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s promise to introduce a more “fairer and more equal” immigra...

SA OPENS NEILL AGGETT PROBE - 38 YEARS AFTER HIS DEATH

21 January 2020
SA OPENS NEILL AGGETT PROBE - 38 YEARS AFTER HIS DEATH

  Family and friends of Dr Neil Aggett who died in police custody on February 5th, 1982 have welcomed the probe into his death. Then aged 28 years old, doctor and trade unionist, Aggett was detained by the apartheid police security branch in 19...

INDONESIA’S CENSUS REGISTERS 554,152 MOSQUES

15 January 2020
INDONESIA’S CENSUS REGISTERS 554,152 MOSQUES

  An interesting census is currently underway in Indonia – At least one-thousand Mosque hunters in Indonesia have spent years since 2013 visiting every corner of the 5 000 kilometres long archipelago of Indonesia to answer one questi...

HRW ACCUSES CHINA OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS

15 January 2020
HRW ACCUSES CHINA OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS

  U.S. based NGO, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has released a damning report on China’s human rights record, saying Beijing was conducting the “most intense attack” ever on the global system for protecting human rights. HRW in its...

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President Cyril Ramaphosa is working on improving bilateral relations between South Africa and three West African countries. President Cyril Ramaphosa is currently in Accra, Ghana. After concluding talks with Guinea’s President Alpha Conde yesterday on issues of mutual interest, President Ramaphosa says he hopes more South Africans companies invest in Guinea. Following the conclusion of the Ghana visit, the President will head to Togo where he will wrap up his three nation West African working visits. 

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