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BHUTTO ACCUSE PAKISTANI GOVERNMENT OF “POLITICS OF REVENGE”

22 March 2019
BHUTTO ACCUSE PAKISTANI GOVERNMENT OF “POLITICS OF REVENGE”

Son of former Pakistani Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto, Bilawal has accused the government of deliberately targeting political opponents after the anti-graft agency summoned him and his father for questioning. Bilawal Butto is the leader of Pakistan...

ZIMBABWE’S CYCLONE DEVASTATED AREAS RECEIVE RELIEF

22 March 2019
ZIMBABWE’S CYCLONE DEVASTATED AREAS RECEIVE RELIEF

Meanwhile, Cyclone Idai crossed into Zimbabwe from neighbouring Mozambique causing untold damage in Manicaland, Masvingo and Mashonaland East Provinces. Rescue efforts are still currently underway. According to reports at least 500 people are missin...

WFP BEGINS FIRST AIRLIFTS TO FLOODED PARTS IN MOZAMBIQUE

22 March 2019
WFP BEGINS FIRST AIRLIFTS TO FLOODED PARTS IN MOZAMBIQUE

The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) has started air-lifting food and other essentials including medical supplies to stranded people in Mozambique after the country was hit by severe flooding. According to the WFP as many as 1.7 million peopl...

SHARPEVILLE MASSACRE COMMEMORATED ON HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

22 March 2019
SHARPEVILLE MASSACRE COMMEMORATED ON HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

President Cyril Ramaphosa reflected on the Sharpeville Massacre yesterday when he addressed a crowd at the Sharpeville Human Rights Precinct in Gauteng. 21 March is celebrated in South Africa, as a public holiday in honour of human rights and to com...

NEW ZEALAND BANS VARIOUS TYPES OF AUTOMATIC RIFLES

22 March 2019
NEW ZEALAND BANS VARIOUS TYPES OF AUTOMATIC RIFLES

Meanwhile, New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Arden has moved swiftly to ban some automatic rifles in the aftermath of last week’s fatal shooting of 50 worshippers at two mosques in Christchurch. Arden says it was in the national interest to...

MUSLIMS GATHER FOR PRAYERS IN CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND

22 March 2019
MUSLIMS GATHER FOR PRAYERS IN CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND

Exactly one week ago, the world was shaken when Muslims were attacked by a lone gunman just before Jumma prayers. Brendon Tarrant a self-confessed white supremacist opened fire inside the AL Noor Mosque mercilessly killing 50 worshippers. Today Musl...

U.N. ENVOY CALLS FOR PEACE IN SYRIA

18 March 2019
U.N. ENVOY CALLS FOR PEACE IN SYRIA

  New United Nations Envoy for Syria, Geir Pedersen says he will place all his effort on moving forward with the implementation of the U.N. Security Council Resolution number 2254 that calls for a political settlement for Syria. The resolution...

SDF CONFIRMS SURRENDER OF 5 000 ISLAMIC STATE FIGHTERS

18 March 2019
SDF CONFIRMS SURRENDER OF 5 000 ISLAMIC STATE FIGHTERS

  The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have confirmed that over 5 000 ISLAMIC STATE fighters have surrendered themselves out of Baghouz, the last stronghold of the Islamic State inside Syria. More than 60 000 people have fled from Baghouz in the...

NEW ZEALAND DEEMS SHARING OF MOSQUE MASSACRE VIDEO AN 'OFFENSE'

18 March 2019
NEW ZEALAND DEEMS SHARING OF MOSQUE MASSACRE VIDEO AN 'OFFENSE'

  New Zealand has deemed the sharing of the mosque massacre video an 'offense'. An 18-year-old male who was arrested on Friday was denied bail today in New Zealand after he was charged with distributing a live stream of the mass shooting last w...

MUSLIM LEADERS CONDEMN SHOOTING

18 March 2019
MUSLIM LEADERS CONDEMN SHOOTING

  Muslim leaders in New Zealand and around the world have strongly condemned the shootout at the mosques in Christchurch. President of the Federation of Islamic Association of New Zealand, Mustafa Farouk says, reckless politicians and groups ca...

NEW ZEALAND MOSQUE ATTACKER CHARGED WITH MURDER

18 March 2019
NEW ZEALAND MOSQUE ATTACKER CHARGED WITH MURDER

  Emotional tributes from around the world continue to pour in for the victims of Friday’s New Zealand Mosque massacre. 50 people were killed while dozens were injured. As families waited for authorities to formally identify victims and r...

U.N. RAISES 7 BILLION DOLLARS FOR SYRIA

15 March 2019
U.N. RAISES 7 BILLION DOLLARS FOR SYRIA

  The United Nations has finally raised close to 7 billion U.S. dollars in pledges for Syria, as donor countries and organisations respond to calls to help the Syrian people while efforts to find a political solution to the eight-year-old war c...

ISRAEL OPENS BOMB SHELTERS AS PRECAUTION

15 March 2019
ISRAEL OPENS BOMB SHELTERS AS PRECAUTION

  According to reports, Israeli military aircrafts bombed Hamas facilities in Gaza this morning just hours after the two rockets fell in the outskirts of Tel Aviv. No casualties have been reported although the Israeli air raid targeted Hamas&rs...

AUSTRALIAN PM CALLS GUNMAN “EXTREMIST, RIGHT-WING, VIOLENT TERRORIST”

15 March 2019
AUSTRALIAN PM CALLS GUNMAN “EXTREMIST, RIGHT-WING, VIOLENT TERRORIST”

  Australia’s Prime Minister, Scott Morrison has condemned the Mosque attack and called the Australian born citizen an extremist, right-wing, violent terrorist. Morrison passed on  “sincere prayers and thoughts for those N...

NEW ZEALAND PRIME MINISTER SAYS ATTACK APPEARS TO BE PLANNED

15 March 2019
NEW ZEALAND PRIME MINISTER SAYS ATTACK APPEARS TO BE PLANNED

  It is yet unclear as to how many more attackers were involved. New Zealand’s Police Commissioner Mike Bush, did not want to identify at the time of his interview, if the attack was an act of terrorism. The Improvised Explosive Devices I...

FATAL SHOOTING AT TWO NEW ZEALAND MOSQUES FORCES CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH INTO LOCKDOWN

15 March 2019
FATAL SHOOTING AT TWO NEW ZEALAND MOSQUES FORCES CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH INTO LOCKDOWN

  New Zealand police have detained four people involved in mass shootings at two mosques in the city of Christchurch today. A gunman streamed live online and opened fire during the Friday prayers, killing dozens of worshippers inside the mosque...

LONDON SHOP OWNERS WORRIED ABOUT BUSINESS AS BREXIT LINGERS ON

14 March 2019
LONDON SHOP OWNERS WORRIED ABOUT BUSINESS AS BREXIT LINGERS ON

  Business owners in Britain have expressed concerns about the crises brought about by the British government’s failure to agree an orderly exit for Britain from the European Union. Members of parliament on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted to...

U.S. ISSUES EMERGENCY LAW TO GROUND ALL 737 MAX 8 & 9 PLANES

14 March 2019
U.S. ISSUES EMERGENCY LAW TO GROUND ALL 737 MAX 8 & 9 PLANES

  The United States joined Europe, China, South Africa, Singapore, and other countries in grounding Boeing Co's 737 MAX jets, because of safety concerns. This comes after two deadly plane crashes involved the 737 Max in less than five months. U...

WORLD'S BIGGEST PLANE MAKER FACES CRISIS AS BOEING 737 MAX JETS GET GROUNDED

14 March 2019
WORLD'S BIGGEST PLANE MAKER FACES CRISIS AS BOEING 737 MAX JETS GET GROUNDED

  The world's biggest planemaker is facing its most serious crisis in years, as the decades-old 737 program, one of its most reliable sources of cash and profits, takes a severe blow to its prestige. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration --...

NIGERIA BUILDING COLLAPSE KILLS 10, SCORES TRAPPED

14 March 2019
NIGERIA BUILDING COLLAPSE KILLS 10, SCORES TRAPPED

  Rescue workers in the Nigerian city of Lagos have their hands full trying to search for survivors following the collapse of a three-storey building housing a school and apartments. The school had 172 registered pupils and Lagos building offic...

CYCLONE IDAI CAUSES HAVOC IN MALAWI

14 March 2019
CYCLONE IDAI CAUSES HAVOC IN MALAWI

  Malawi has been put on alert for more rain and flooding as Tropical Cyclone Idai is expected to make landfall through Beira, in neighbouring Mozambique today. Almost 83 000 people have been displaced since storms began more than a week ago ca...

BRITISH PM’S DEFEAT DEEPENS DIVISIONS AS BREXIT DEAL IS REJECTED BY PARLIAMENT

13 March 2019
BRITISH PM’S DEFEAT DEEPENS DIVISIONS AS BREXIT DEAL IS REJECTED BY PARLIAMENT

  British parliamentarians dealt Prime Minister Theresa May’s political future a severe blow as her Brexit strategy was rejected last night. British lawmakers rejected May’s deal to quit the EU, pushing Brexit into further turmoil,...

CHINA TAKES LEADERSHIP ROLE IN WORLD AFFAIRS

13 March 2019
CHINA TAKES LEADERSHIP ROLE IN WORLD AFFAIRS

  Foreign experts attending China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) have hailed Chinese reform agenda and that other nations could learn from the Chinese experience. In the last 40 years, China has reformed its banking system, open...

YOUNG ALGERIANS CALL ON POLITICAL ELDERS TO STEP ASIDE

13 March 2019
YOUNG ALGERIANS CALL ON POLITICAL ELDERS TO STEP ASIDE

  Thousands of Algerians took to the streets of major towns and cities to demand immediate political changes a day after ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika abandoned his bid for a fifth term in April but has not yet stepped down. Bouteflika,...

RELATIVES, FRIENDS OF VICTIMS OF ADDIS PLANE TRAGEDY ARRIVE

13 March 2019
RELATIVES, FRIENDS OF VICTIMS OF ADDIS PLANE TRAGEDY ARRIVE

  Grieving relatives and friends of the victims killed in Sunday’s tragic air disaster in Ethiopia continue to arrive in Addis Ababa as the investigation into the accident continues. Several aviation authorities and airlines around the wo...

FRANCE AND ETHIOPIA SIGN FIRST MILITARY COOPERATION ACCORD

13 March 2019
FRANCE AND ETHIOPIA SIGN FIRST MILITARY COOPERATION ACCORD

  As France seeks to boost economic ties in Africa’s second-most populous country, Ethiopia. The two countries have agreed to their first military co-operation which includes Paris helping Ethiopia build a navy. While signing the accord,...

SA DR FEROZ GANCHI PRESUMED DEAD DURING AIR STRIKES IN SYRIA

13 March 2019
SA DR FEROZ GANCHI PRESUMED DEAD DURING AIR STRIKES IN SYRIA

  South African Doctor, Feroz Ganchi is presumed dead and believed to have been killed during an airstrike in Syria. Ganchi who was in Syria at the time assisting with humanitarian work was accompanied by his wife and two children. Ganchi&rsquo...

D-DAY LOOMS FOR BRITAIN TO LEAVE EU - MARCH 29 SET FOR EU EXIT

12 March 2019
D-DAY LOOMS FOR BRITAIN TO LEAVE EU - MARCH 29 SET FOR EU EXIT

  British and European lawmakers are still scrambling to plot an orderly path out of the Brexit saga that has divided not only the British, but European lawmakers as well. The United Kingdom voted in a referendum in 2016 to leave the European U...

UNHCR PAY TRIBUTE TO STAFF ON BOARD ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES FLIGHT WHICH CRASHED

12 March 2019
UNHCR PAY TRIBUTE TO STAFF ON BOARD ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES FLIGHT WHICH CRASHED

  The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo GRANDI has paid tribute to U.N. colleagues killed in the Ethiopian Airlines crash shortly after take-off on Sunday morning. Flight ET 302, left Bole Airport in Addis Ababa at 8:38 a.m...

UN FEARS ROHINGYA MOVE TO BANGLADESH ISLAND IS RISKY

12 March 2019
UN FEARS ROHINGYA MOVE TO BANGLADESH ISLAND IS RISKY

  UN’s human rights investigator has voiced deep concern with  Bangladesh's plan to relocate 23,000 Rohingya refugees to a remote island in April, saying that it may not be fit to live in, and can potentially create a "new crisis". S...

 

More than 2,000 SA union members marched in a nationwide protest against the proposed national minimum wage. The 20 rand an hour minimum wage, noted as an important step to tackle labour instability and wage inequality, was approved by the cabinet in November and meant to be introduced on May 1. But dissatisfaction over the minimum wage bill could delay implementation.

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