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LAGARDE RESIGNS AS IMF CHIEF

17 July 2019
LAGARDE RESIGNS AS IMF CHIEF

  Christine Lagarde has formally handed-in her resignation as the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Lagarde’s eight-year tenure as IMF Chief was officially coming to an end on September 12th. Her resignation is a...

ETHIOPIAN PLANE CRASH HEARING BEGINS

17 July 2019
ETHIOPIAN PLANE CRASH HEARING BEGINS

  VICTIMS NEXT OF KIN TO TESTIFY THIS WEEK The father of victims who perished after Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashed on March 10this due to testify to a crowd of U.S. and international aviation experts and lawmakers this week. Paul Njoroge...

UNAIDS GLOBAL REPORT LAUNCH IN KZN

17 July 2019
UNAIDS GLOBAL REPORT LAUNCH IN KZN

  South Africa was chosen from 193 UN Member States to host the launch of the2019 UNAIDS Global Report. In his capacity as Chairperson of the South African National Aids Council (SANAC), Deputy President of South Africa, David Mabuza said stati...

ZUMA TESTIMONY ENTERS DAY THREE

17 July 2019
ZUMA TESTIMONY ENTERS DAY THREE

  Former president Jacob Zuma has defended the ANC's deployment committee, which recommends candidates for senior positions in government and state-owned entities. Former Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan’s testimony formulated th...

FREQUENT CONFLICT DERAIL YEMEN PEACE EFFORTS

17 July 2019
FREQUENT CONFLICT DERAIL YEMEN PEACE EFFORTS

  Saudi Arabia says it has managed to intercept and neutralize several drones being launched from Yemen in July causing loss of life and property. Although the drones have had nominal impact, Houthi fighters are reportedly stepping up missile a...

U.S. SANCTIONS MYANMAR ARMY CHIEF

17 July 2019
U.S. SANCTIONS MYANMAR ARMY CHIEF

  Myanmar’s military Commander-in-Chief and other military leaders responsible for the extrajudicial killings of Rohingya Muslims have been sanctioned by the United States. They have also been barred entry into the United States. This is...

RESCUE EFFORTS UNDERWAY TO SEARCH FOR SURVIVORS IN MUMBAI BUILDING COLLAPSE

17 July 2019
RESCUE EFFORTS UNDERWAY TO SEARCH FOR SURVIVORS IN MUMBAI BUILDING COLLAPSE

  Rescuers in the Indian city of Mumbai are racing against the clock to rescue people trapped under a building which collapsed late yesterday killing 10.Excavators and fire engines could not approach the site and most of the rescue operations h...

37 COUNTRIES SHOW SUPPORT TO CHINA

15 July 2019
37 COUNTRIES SHOW SUPPORT TO CHINA

  Ambassadors from 37 countries jointly sent a letter on Friday to the United Nations Human Rights Council, showing their support for China's achievements in protecting human rights in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.In the letter they sai...

INDIA CALLS OFF SPACE MISSION

15 July 2019
INDIA CALLS OFF SPACE MISSION

  India’s space agency has called off the launch of its second lunar mission less than an hour before the scheduled take off today after experiencing technical problems. The mission had always been considered the most complex India had ev...

SYRIAN REFUGEES FEEL THE HEAT IN LEBANON

15 July 2019
SYRIAN REFUGEES FEEL THE HEAT IN LEBANON

  Syrian refugees in Lebanon are having it tough, as heat conditions go as high as 40 degrees Celsius in the afternoon. According to reports, direct sunlight temperatures may be as high as 45 degrees Celsius. Lebanon started heating u...

U.N. WELCOMES COLUMBIAN PEACE PROSPECTS

15 July 2019
U.N. WELCOMES COLUMBIAN PEACE PROSPECTS

  The United Nations mission in Columbia has welcomed progress being made in peace efforts with FARC. The peace agreement with the Marxist FARC movement ended half-a-century conflict that killed some 260 000 people. Officials of the United...

PROTEST AGAINST EVICTIONS IN EAST JERUSALEM

15 July 2019
PROTEST AGAINST EVICTIONS IN EAST JERUSALEM

  Protesters gathered in an East Jerusalem neighborhood on Friday to protest against the eviction of a Palestinian family after Israeli police forced them out of their house in the neighborhood two days earlier. This came after an Israeli court...

FORMER PRESIDENT JACOB ZUMA AT STATE CAPTURE OF INQUIRY

15 July 2019
FORMER PRESIDENT JACOB ZUMA AT STATE CAPTURE OF INQUIRY

  Former president Jacob Zuma’s appearance at the judicial commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture has begun. The huge public interest in the hearing led to the Commission setting up large screens at the Pieter Roos P...

BABYLON NOW INSCRIBED AS WORLD HERITAGE SITE

10 July 2019
BABYLON NOW INSCRIBED AS WORLD HERITAGE SITE

  The successful inclusion of Babylon on the UNESCO’s World Heritage list has provided a good opportunity for many industries in Iraq. The World Heritage Committee recently announced that the ancient city of Babylon has been added to the...

AUSTRALIAN CONSTITUTION TO INCLUDE INDIGENOUS CULTURES

10 July 2019
AUSTRALIAN CONSTITUTION TO INCLUDE INDIGENOUS CULTURES

  The Australian government has announced possible constitutional amendments in the country’s supreme laws to cater for indigenous cultures. Australia has struggled for years to reconcile with descendants of Aboriginal Australians who inh...

INDIA DONATES 250 HOUSES FOR DISPLACED ROHINGYAS

10 July 2019
INDIA DONATES 250 HOUSES FOR DISPLACED ROHINGYAS

  India has delivered 250 houses to displaced people in Myanmar’s Rakhine state as efforts get underway to repatriate more than 750 000 Rohingya refugees from camps in Bangladesh. Thousands of Rohingya Muslims fled Myanmar in August...

NPA LOOKS AT UNSOLVED TRC CASES

10 July 2019
NPA LOOKS AT UNSOLVED TRC CASES

  The National Prosecuting Authority plans to investigate the prosecution of apartheid crimes, where alleged perpetrators were denied amnesty by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. National director of public prosecutions Shamila Bato...

TSHWANE ELECTRICITY INCREASE HALTS

10 July 2019
TSHWANE ELECTRICITY INCREASE HALTS

  Civil rights organisation AfriForum has confirmed they will meet with the City of Tshwane Municipality today following the agreement taken in the North Gauteng High court yesterday for the parties to have meetings over the structural change o...

: MAJOR ISAACS BACK IN SANDF COURT FOR DISOBEYING AN ORDER TO REMOVE HER SCARF

10 July 2019
: MAJOR ISAACS BACK IN SANDF COURT FOR DISOBEYING AN ORDER TO REMOVE HER SCARF

  Major Fatima Isaacs who has been charged for disobeying a direct order from one of her commanders appeared today for Preliminary Investigations at the SANDF’s Military court at the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town. Major Isaacs was char...

U.S. INCREASES PRESSURE ON IRAN TO ABANDON NUCLEAR PROGRAMME

09 July 2019
U.S. INCREASES PRESSURE ON IRAN TO ABANDON NUCLEAR PROGRAMME

  The United States National Security Advisor, John Bolton says the government will keep increasing pressure on Iran until it abandons its development of nuclear weapons and stop its violent activities in the Middle East. Bolton referred to the...

CLIMATE PROTESTERS ARRESTED OUTSIDE SWISS BANK

09 July 2019
CLIMATE PROTESTERS ARRESTED OUTSIDE SWISS BANK

  Climate change protesters blocked entrances to Credit Suisse in Zurich to pressure Swiss banks to stop the financing of fossil fuels, before being arrested by the police. Heatwaves and wildfires, as well as the call by the United Nations to r...

HONG KONG SACKS EXTRADITION BILL

09 July 2019
HONG KONG SACKS EXTRADITION BILL

  Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said the extradition bill that sparked the city's biggest political crisis in decades was dead and the government's work on the bill was a "total failure". The bill, if pursued would allowed for people in Hong Kong...

ZIMBABWE REQUESTS POWER FROM ESKOM

09 July 2019
ZIMBABWE REQUESTS POWER FROM ESKOM

  Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa met President Cyril Ramaphosa on the sidelines of the African Union extraordinary summit in Niger to request urgent power supplies from Eskom to the cash-strapped country.  Ramaphosa has repo...

AFRIFORUM TAKES ON TSWANE METRO FOR ELECTRICITY TARIFF INCREASES

09 July 2019
AFRIFORUM TAKES ON TSWANE METRO FOR ELECTRICITY TARIFF INCREASES

  Civil rights organisation AfriForum has taken Tshwane Metro to the North Gauteng High Court over the implementation of an electricity tariff increase. AfriForum served the Tshwane Metro and the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa...

CITY OF JO’BURG SUSPENDS PRE-PAID ELECTRICITY METRE INCREASE

09 July 2019
CITY OF JO’BURG SUSPENDS PRE-PAID ELECTRICITY METRE INCREASE

  The City of Johannesburg has announced it will not go ahead implementing a fixed monthly surcharge for pre-paid electricity users. The process has been suspended pending further engagement with all relevant stakeholders. This comes after the...

U.N. URGED TO INVESTIGATE PHILIPPINES DRUG WAR

08 July 2019
U.N. URGED TO INVESTIGATE PHILIPPINES DRUG WAR

  Amnesty International has released a critical report on the state of drugs and war in the Philippines, urging the United Nations to conduct an independent investigation. According to Amnesty, thousands of illegal prosecutions of suspected nar...

TRUMP WARNS IRAN TO BE CAREFUL

08 July 2019
TRUMP WARNS IRAN TO BE CAREFUL

  U.S. President Donald Trump has reiterated his warning to Iran over its decision to boost uranium enrichment levels to that of a nuclear bomb in response to renewed economic sanctions by the United States. In a statement Trump said Iran &ldqu...

ARRESTS MADE IN HONG KONG AFTER PROTESTORS MARCH THROUGH POPULAR TOURIST SITES

08 July 2019
ARRESTS MADE IN HONG KONG AFTER PROTESTORS MARCH THROUGH POPULAR TOURIST SITES

  Hong Kong’s Police made a number of arrests on Sunday after protesters marched through Hong Kong's most popular tourist areas. Protests against the now-suspended extradition bill have drawn millions of people to the streets in recent we...

29 KILLED IN INDIA BUS CRASH

08 July 2019
29 KILLED IN INDIA BUS CRASH

  At least 29 people were killed after a bus dashed off one of India's busiest roads this morning. The driver allegedly fell asleep before the bus crashed into a railing and fell into a drain between two flyovers on the Yamuna expressway which...

AFRICAN CONTINENTAL FREE-TRADE ZONE LAUNCHED

08 July 2019
AFRICAN CONTINENTAL FREE-TRADE ZONE LAUNCHED

  African leaders have launched the continental free-trade zone on Sunday. At an extraordinary summit in Niger's capital, it was also announced that Ghana would host the trade zone's future headquarters. It is hoped that the African Continental...

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Johannesburg residents are being urged to use water sparingly. Rand Water began the augmentation of a new pipeline at 5am this morning. The process is expected to take 54 hours. Rand water has indicated that although water pressure could reduce, they do not expect Johannesburg residents to be without water. The Vaal area is however expected to be affected the most. They have also warned citizens not to panic and drain the system. Listen to Itv News for an update on the water situation.

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