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TRUMP ORG. URGED TO DISCLOSE FINANCIALS WITH SAUDI

18 October 2018
TRUMP ORG. URGED TO DISCLOSE FINANCIALS WITH SAUDI

  Meanwhile US senators have urged Donald Trump and his company to publicly disclose any financial ties to Saudi Arabia, as speculation grows over possible conflicts of interest. According to reports, open letters signed by 11 Democratic Senato...

U.N. PEACE ENVOY FOR SYRIA STAFFAN DE MISTURA STEPS DOWN

18 October 2018
U.N. PEACE ENVOY FOR SYRIA STAFFAN DE MISTURA STEPS DOWN

The United Nations Peace Envoy for Syria, has announced he would step down at the end of November for family reasons, quitting as the Syrian government, backed by Iran and Russia has retaken most of the country, while a political deal remains elusiv...

TURKISH INVESTIGATORS LEAVE SAUDI EMBASSY IN ISTANBUL

18 October 2018
TURKISH INVESTIGATORS LEAVE SAUDI EMBASSY IN ISTANBUL

Turkish crime investigators left the Saudi consulate in Istanbul after searching the premises and consular vehicles as part of an investigation into missing journalist, Jamal Khashoggi. The search was the second there this week, after investigators...

US NEWSPAPER PUBLISHES KHASHOGGI’S ‘LAST’ OPINION PIECE

18 October 2018
US NEWSPAPER PUBLISHES KHASHOGGI’S ‘LAST’ OPINION PIECE

The Washington Post has published an article written by Jamal Khashoggi two weeks after he disappeared. Khashoggi, a U.S. resident, and columnist for the Washington Post vanished after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul where he went to o...

10 PERCENT OF THE WORLD REMAINS IN EXTREME POVERTY

18 October 2018
10 PERCENT OF THE WORLD REMAINS IN EXTREME POVERTY

The United Nations Secretary General, Antonnio Guterres has urged the international community to act swiftly to save those unfortunate, out of poverty. Guterres said 10 percent of the world’s population remains in extreme poverty and more than...

WHO CONCERNED WITH EBOLA IN CONGO

18 October 2018
WHO CONCERNED WITH EBOLA IN CONGO

The World Health Organisation (WHO), says the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) was a source of concern for the region but not a global threat.  However, the WHO warned that it could spread any time to neighbourin...

CHINA DEFENDS "RE-EDUCATION CENTRES" FOR XINJIANG IMPRISONMENT CAMPS

18 October 2018
CHINA DEFENDS "RE-EDUCATION CENTRES" FOR XINJIANG IMPRISONMENT CAMPS

China has come out in strong defence of its alleged mass imprisonment of minorities in the far west Xinjiang region. International criticism mounts as China introduced controversial "reeducation centres" at the detention centres where one milli...

SAUDI SHARES IN DECLINE AMID TENSIONS OVER DISAPPEARANCE OF JOURNALIST

16 October 2018
SAUDI SHARES IN DECLINE AMID TENSIONS OVER DISAPPEARANCE OF JOURNALIST

Softbank Group Corp shares have fallen dramatically since the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi. The Japanese conglomerate whose nearly 100 billion dollar assets is financed by Saudi Arabia under the Vision Fund went down by almost 8 percent at the c...

TURKISH PROSECUTORS ENTER SAUDI CONSULATE

16 October 2018
TURKISH PROSECUTORS ENTER SAUDI CONSULATE

Turkish prosecutors entered the Saudi Arabian embassy in Istanbul in a bid to establish the reasons for the disappearance of Saudi dissident journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, who was last seen entering the embassy on October the 2nd. Turkish officials ha...

AFGHANISTAN GETS READY FOR ELECTIONS ON OCTOBER 20TH

16 October 2018
AFGHANISTAN GETS READY FOR ELECTIONS ON OCTOBER 20TH

Afghans are planning to vote in the October 20 parliamentary elections. Afghans across the war-torn country explain why their vote matters. Nearly nine million people have registered to vote in Afghanistan’s upcoming elections. Many say they a...

PALESTINIANS CONCERNED ABOUT AUSTRALIA’S ANNOUNCEMENT

16 October 2018
PALESTINIANS CONCERNED ABOUT AUSTRALIA’S ANNOUNCEMENT

Palestine’s Foreign Minister, Riyad Al-Maliki has cautioned against Australia’s announcement that it may consider recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. In a statement Al-Maliki said Australia’s decision just like that of...

SYRIAN FLAGS FLY IN GOLAN HEIGHTS AS BORDER CROSSING BETWEEN SYRIA AND ISRAEL REOPENS

16 October 2018
SYRIAN FLAGS FLY IN GOLAN HEIGHTS AS BORDER CROSSING BETWEEN SYRIA AND ISRAEL REOPENS

Syrian flags fluttered in Quneitra and the Israeli occupied Golan Heights as the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force returned after leaving in 2014. The Quneitra crossing is the only cr...

GAMBIA LAUNCHES TRUTH COMMISSION

16 October 2018
GAMBIA LAUNCHES TRUTH COMMISSION

Inspired by South Africa’s investigation into the apartheid era, Gambia has launched its own truth commission to investigate crime under ousted dictator Yahya Jammeh. The tiny West African state has sworn in an 11-member commission, taske...

PRESIDENT RAMAPHOSA DENIES BEING FOREWARNED OF VBS FRAUD

16 October 2018
PRESIDENT RAMAPHOSA DENIES BEING FOREWARNED OF VBS FRAUD

South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has denied prior knowledge of financial misconduct at the VBS Mutual Bank. Ramaphosa dismissed reports that he failed to act and was forewarned about massive fraud at VBS months before it collapsed earl...

SUNDAY TIMES NEWSPAPER APOLOGISES FOR ‘TAINTED’ SCOOPS

15 October 2018
 SUNDAY TIMES NEWSPAPER APOLOGISES FOR ‘TAINTED’ SCOOPS

South Africa’s Sunday Times newspaper has admitted to publishing "tainted" scoops during Jacob Zuma’s presidency, which turned out to be largely false, but insisted it was the victim of political manipulation. Sunday Times editor Bongani...

PRESIDENT RAMAPHOSA HANDS OVER LAND TO THE KWAMKWANAZI COMMUNITY

15 October 2018
PRESIDENT RAMAPHOSA HANDS OVER LAND TO THE KWAMKWANAZI COMMUNITY

President Cyril Ramaphosa has handed over land back to the Mkhwanazi community in KwaZulu Natal. At the ceremony held yesterday, Ramaphosa announced that the 4,500 hectare land handover, would be the first of a number of land claims that they aim to...

U.S. STUDENT APPEALS ISRAELI VISA REFUSAL

15 October 2018
U.S. STUDENT APPEALS ISRAELI VISA REFUSAL

Lara Alqasem, 22, who flew into Israel on Oct. 22nd on a study visa but refused entry has filed an appeal with Israel’s top court to challenge the order. Israel barred Alqasem’s entry under a law against pro-Palestinian activists who cal...

U.S. MEDIATION HAS LIMITED INFLUENCE ON AFGHANISTAN AS TALIBAN AND AFGHAN GOVERNMENT SEEK TO FIND PEACE

15 October 2018
U.S. MEDIATION HAS LIMITED INFLUENCE ON AFGHANISTAN AS TALIBAN AND AFGHAN GOVERNMENT SEEK TO FIND PEACE

The United States’ efforts at mediation talks between leaders of the Taliban and the Afghanistan government to negotiate a peaceful solution to the 17-year civil war will have limited results on the perceived peace process as the two sides say...

SAUDI ARABIA VOWS TO RETALIATE AGAINST ANY SANCTIONS

15 October 2018
SAUDI ARABIA VOWS TO RETALIATE AGAINST ANY SANCTIONS

Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia has warned it would retaliate against any sanctions imposed on the kingdom, as the Riyadh stock market plunged.US President Donald Trump has threatened the kingdom with "severe punishment" if Khashoggi, who has been critical...

SAUDI ARABIA CALLED UPON TO CLEAR ITS NAME

15 October 2018
SAUDI ARABIA CALLED UPON TO CLEAR ITS NAME

Britain’s Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has called on Saudi Arabia to “cooperate fully” with investigations surrounding the disappearance of journalist, Jamal Khashoggi who disappeared on Oct. 2nd after he was seen entering the Sau...

TURKEY UNDER PRESSURE AS SOCHI AGREEMENT DEMANDS EVACUATION OF FIGHTERS FROM IDLIB

15 October 2018
TURKEY UNDER PRESSURE AS SOCHI AGREEMENT DEMANDS EVACUATION OF FIGHTERS FROM IDLIB

Turkey has come under enormous pressure to ensure that all Syrian armed opposition forces evacuate from the demilitarized zone in the province of Idlib as per agreement reached between Ankara and Moscow last month. According to statistics, there are...

U.S. AND IRAN IN UN’S TOP COURT FOR $2 BIL. REIMBURSEMENT OF TERROR VICTIMS

08 October 2018
U.S. AND IRAN IN UN’S TOP COURT FOR $2 BIL. REIMBURSEMENT OF TERROR VICTIMS

The United States will confront Tehran at the UN's top court today over billions in frozen assets. Iran had hauled Washington before the International Court of Justice to oppose a US Supreme Court ruling that two billion dollars should go to vi...

GLOBAL CLIMATE CHAOS POSSIBLE AS EARTH’S SURFACE WARMS

08 October 2018
GLOBAL CLIMATE CHAOS POSSIBLE AS EARTH’S SURFACE WARMS

The United Nations has warned that transformation of society and the world economy, is essential to avoid global climate chaos, as time is running out to avert disaster. The Earth's surface has warmed one degree Celsius. This is enough to lift ocean...

SOUTH AFRICANS ASSIST TSUNAMI-QUAKE HIT INDONESIA WITH SEARCH AND RESCUE

08 October 2018
SOUTH AFRICANS ASSIST TSUNAMI-QUAKE HIT INDONESIA WITH SEARCH AND RESCUE

South African members of the NGO Gift of the Givers, have arrived in the disaster-struck Palu in Indonesia to assist. The number of people believed missing from the quake and tsunami has soared to 5,000. Indonesia's disaster agency says they recover...

KING ZWELITHINI URGES SA GOVERNMENT TO PROTECT ALBINOS

08 October 2018
KING ZWELITHINI URGES SA GOVERNMENT TO PROTECT ALBINOS

Politicians, kings and religious leaders gathered at the Moses Mabhida stadium to commemorate the annual Umkhosi weLembe event, which is also known as the Imbizo on land in Durban, KwaZulu Natal. Watch ITV News at 8pm & 10pm for the full story.

KZN SHACK DWELLERS DEMAND LAND AND BASIC NECESSITIES

08 October 2018
KZN SHACK DWELLERS DEMAND LAND AND BASIC NECESSITIES

Residents of informal settlements in KwaZulu Natal had gathered in Meyville to hand over a memorandum of grievances, to the office of the MED for human settlements and public works, Ravi Pillay. Watch ITV News at 8pm and 10pm for the rest of the sto...

POLICE ARREST EIGHT IN WESTBURY FOR MURDER AND DRUG DEALING

08 October 2018
POLICE ARREST EIGHT IN WESTBURY FOR MURDER AND DRUG DEALING

Eight suspects have been arrested in Westbury for murder and dealing in drugs. The arrests follow the Minister of Police deployment of the TRT and NIU in Westbury to stabilize the area for as long as the community wants them. The suspects appeared i...

MODI: INTERNATIONAL SOLAR ALLIANCE (ISA) PLANS TO REPLACE OPEC

04 October 2018
MODI: INTERNATIONAL SOLAR ALLIANCE (ISA) PLANS TO REPLACE OPEC

The International Solar Alliance Summit (ISA) –  to harness solar energy has begun in India. The ISA, launched by Modi and then French president Francois Hollande in 2015 and based in India, is an alliance of countries that receive plenti...

600 000 CHILDREN AFFECTED BY INDONESIA’S QUAKE-TSUNAMI

04 October 2018
600 000 CHILDREN AFFECTED BY INDONESIA’S QUAKE-TSUNAMI

Indonesia’s quake-tsunami, has shocked and traumatized many children. As supplies trickle into shattered communities, many children have been separated from their families with at least 600,000 children affected by the quake. Save the Children...

CLIMATE CHANGE - SCIENTISTS EXPECT MORE WILDFIRES, DROUGHT, SUPER STORMS AND FLOODING

04 October 2018
CLIMATE CHANGE - SCIENTISTS EXPECT MORE WILDFIRES, DROUGHT, SUPER STORMS AND FLOODING

Climate change is being felt in certain parts of the world with increased flooding, rapid erosion impacting millions of lives. Bangladeshis are finding ways to adapt - including creating "floating schools" so children are still able to get an educat...

FORMER MALAYSIAN PRIME MINISTER RAZAK’S WIFE IN COURT

04 October 2018
FORMER MALAYSIAN PRIME MINISTER RAZAK’S WIFE IN COURT

\ Malaysia's former prime minister’s wife, Rosmah Mansor, has been charged with money laundering and tax evasion linked to a multi-billion-dollar scandal that helped bring down his government. The 66 year old has pleaded not guilty, at the same...

MINISTER BHEKI CELE LAUNCHES TACTICAL RESPONSE TEAMS IN WESTBURY

04 October 2018
MINISTER BHEKI CELE LAUNCHES TACTICAL RESPONSE TEAMS IN WESTBURY

Police Minister Bheki Cele has returned to Westbury to address its community and has deployed over one hundred officers from the Tactical Response Team and National Intervention Unit. Cele has challenged gangsters in Westbury saying that they will c...

JAPAN LAUNCHES NEW ROBOT ONTO ASTEROID

03 October 2018
JAPAN LAUNCHES NEW ROBOT ONTO ASTEROID

Japan has launched a new observation robot towards an asteroid to pursue more information about the origins of the solar system. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) could not confirm as to how long it would take for the robot's safe landin...

INDONESIA MILITARY DELIVERS AID TO QUAKE VICTIMS

03 October 2018
INDONESIA MILITARY DELIVERS AID TO QUAKE VICTIMS

Indonesia’s military are racing against time to deliver aid packages to residents of Sulawesi island after the devastating earthquake and tsunami five days ago. As five days come to pass after the 7.4 magnitude quake and subsequent tsunami str...

NAMIBIAN PRESIDENT LOOKS INTO LAND EXPROPRIATION

03 October 2018
NAMIBIAN PRESIDENT LOOKS INTO LAND EXPROPRIATION

Namibia’s President Hage Geingob has vowed to push ahead with land redistribution. At a national conference in Windhoek to discuss new land policy, President Geingob said many Namibians were driven off their land and that "careful conside...

CAMEROONIANS READY TO VOTE ON OCTOBER 7TH

03 October 2018
CAMEROONIANS READY TO VOTE ON OCTOBER 7TH

Candidates for Cameroon’s long awaited elections are ready to-do battle on October the 7th,  amid tensions between the English and French speaking provinces. The election is made much more complex by the country’s falling exports of...

ETHIOPIANS READY TO SERVE COFFEE TO CHINA AMID U.S. TRADE WAR

03 October 2018
ETHIOPIANS READY TO SERVE COFFEE TO CHINA AMID U.S. TRADE WAR

Ethiopia is looking to play an active role in the first China International Import Expo, in Shanghai where buyers and investors are expected to converge. The leading African airliner, the Ethiopian Airlines, and a series of agricultural products inc...

AFRICAN TRADE HUB ENCOURAGES EXPORTATION

03 October 2018
AFRICAN TRADE HUB ENCOURAGES EXPORTATION

Export week has been launched in KZN. This well-known KZN export event has in the past seven years been hailed as a crucial platform to grow trade and export. Watch ITV News at 8pm and 10pm for more information about this story.

WILLIAM NICOL DRIVE TO BE RENAMED WINNIE MADIKIZELA-MANDELA

03 October 2018
WILLIAM NICOL DRIVE TO BE RENAMED WINNIE MADIKIZELA-MANDELA

Johannesburg’s William Nicol Drive will be renamed after struggle icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. At the launch of Transport Month, Gauteng’s Transport MEC Ismail Vadi said that up to 10 roads in Gauteng will be renamed. October is...

GRAHAMSTOWN TO BE RENAMED MAKHANDA

03 October 2018
GRAHAMSTOWN TO BE RENAMED MAKHANDA

The Department of Arts and Culture has announced that the name Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape, will soon change to Makhanda. The university town will be renamed after a Xhosa warrior and philosopher Makhanda, who fought against colonialism. Accordi...

MIGRANT RESCUE SHIP DOCKS IN MALTA

01 October 2018
MIGRANT RESCUE SHIP DOCKS IN MALTA

A ship carrying migrants from Libya, Syria, Palestine and Pakistan, docked in Malta after spending several days on sea. France, Portugal, Spain and Germany struck a deal on last week to take in the migrants. The coast of Libya and the Mediterranean...

UNILATERALISM CAN LEAD TO DISARRAY IN U.N.

01 October 2018
UNILATERALISM CAN LEAD TO DISARRAY IN U.N.

U.S. attitude on multilateralism may create problems for U.N. resolutions in the near future. The United States administration has in recent months by-passed the United Nations in taking decisions that may undermine its authority. It has for example...

INDONESIA COUNTING THE COSTS AFTER TSUNAMI

01 October 2018
INDONESIA COUNTING THE COSTS AFTER TSUNAMI

Meanwhile Indonesian authorities are scrambling to get aid and rescue equipment to Sulawesi following the earthquake and subsequent tsunami which caused waves as high as six meters. Neighbours including Australia, Thailand and China have offered hel...

MASS BURIALS IN INDONESIA AFTER TSUNAMI-QUAKE

01 October 2018
MASS BURIALS IN INDONESIA AFTER TSUNAMI-QUAKE

Mass graves are being readied today for hundreds of victims of the strong 7.5-magnitude Tsunami-quake which hit Palu in Indonesia on Friday. With the death toll already at over 830 and expected to rise further, authorities’ battle to avoid dis...

FUEL PRICE INCREASE KICKS IN ON OCTOBER 3

01 October 2018
FUEL PRICE INCREASE KICKS IN ON OCTOBER 3

The Minister of Energy, Jeff Radebe has announced that the adjustment of fuel prices from October 3rd is based on current international factors. The main reasons for the fuel price adjustments is due to the Rand depreciation against the US Dollar. T...

CLASHES CONTINUE BETWEEN WESTBURY RESIDENTS AND POLICE

01 October 2018
CLASHES CONTINUE BETWEEN WESTBURY RESIDENTS AND POLICE

Chaos has hit the streets of Sophiatown in Johannesburg. Residents are protesting against crime and gangsterism in Westbury. According to reports police have been shooting rubber bullets at protestors. Motorists have been warned to avoid Westbury at...

TURKISH PRESIDENT VISITS GERMANY AFTER TENSIONS

28 September 2018
TURKISH PRESIDENT VISITS GERMANY AFTER TENSIONS

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan visited Germany yesterday, in what is being seen as an attempt by both Turkey and Germany to improve relations after a series of diplomatic spats. Relations between Turkey and Germany hit rock bottom, over the past t...

ARCHBISHOP DESMOND TUTU HOSPITALISED

28 September 2018
ARCHBISHOP DESMOND TUTU HOSPITALISED

South Africa’s retired archbishop Desmond Tutu was hospitalised in Cape Town yesterday for "a series of tests." The Nobel Peace laureate who turns 87 in October, was last admitted to hospital in September 2016 when he underwent minor surgery....

IRAN DENIES ACCUSATIONS OF ‘SECRET ATOMIC WAREHOUSE’

28 September 2018
IRAN DENIES ACCUSATIONS OF ‘SECRET ATOMIC WAREHOUSE’

Iran has denied accusations by Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu that it was concealing a ‘secret atomic warehouse’ in an effort to develop nuclear weapons. In a statement Tehran’s representative to the U.N. General Assemb...

FUEL HIKE INCREASE CATASTROPHIC FOR SOUTH AFRICANS

28 September 2018
FUEL HIKE INCREASE CATASTROPHIC FOR SOUTH AFRICANS

The unprecedented fuel price increase is expected to be catastrophic for South African road users’ budgets. According to the Automobile Association, petrol is expected to be up by about R1.01 per litre, with diesel spiking by a massive R1....

CAPE TOWN RELAXES WATER RESTRICTIONS FROM OCTOBER 1

28 September 2018
CAPE TOWN RELAXES WATER RESTRICTIONS FROM OCTOBER 1

Cape Town is expected to relax its restrictions on water use further for local residents. Restrictions became tighter in the following two years, until recently water saving and plentiful rains made local dams' water storage rise significantly....

JHB STUDENTS PROTEST AGAINST 10% RESIDENCE INCREASE

28 September 2018
JHB STUDENTS PROTEST AGAINST 10% RESIDENCE INCREASE

Students from WITS University, University of Johannesburg and the Central Johannesburg College, marched to the offices of Herman Mashaba, the mayor of Johannesburg, to hand over a memorandum. The demonstrators, led by the Wits Student Representative...

SA MINING BILL CHANGES TO BOOST BLACK OWNERSHIP

28 September 2018
SA MINING BILL CHANGES TO BOOST BLACK OWNERSHIP

Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has revealed a number of changes to South Africa’s mining charter. The bill will raise black ownership of mining companies from 26 percent to 30 percent. On employment, the Charter states that 50% of b...

AFGHANISTAN HAS “TURNED A PAGE”

27 September 2018
AFGHANISTAN HAS “TURNED A PAGE”

Afghanistan’s Chief Executive, Abdullah Abdullah has expressed his country and government’s optimism to achieve stability, as well as expressed satisfaction in the country’s ability to deal with challenges. Peace talks to end the 1...

IRAN SAYS IT DOES NOT WANT WAR WITH U.S.

27 September 2018
IRAN SAYS IT DOES NOT WANT WAR WITH U.S.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has told the United Nations General Assembly that Tehran had no intention to go to war with U.S. forces in the Middle East, where Iran is alleged to be involved in proxy wars with Saudi Arabia. Rouhani added that Ira...

PALESTINIANS NOT LOOKING FOR CONFRONTATION

27 September 2018
PALESTINIANS NOT LOOKING FOR CONFRONTATION

Meanwhile a Palestinian delegation to the United Nations has reiterated international opinion on the future of the two-States solution for Palestinians and Israelis. Palestine’s Foreign Minister, Riyad al-Maliki told reporters that internation...

TRUMP TO PROPOSE TWO-STATE PEACE PLAN FOR ISRAEL AND PALESTINE

27 September 2018
TRUMP TO PROPOSE TWO-STATE PEACE PLAN FOR ISRAEL AND PALESTINE

US President Donald Trump says he would present a two-state peace plan for the Middle East in the coming months. Speaking in New York, Trump says it’s a "dream" of his to bring about a peaceful solution to a conflict that has eluded several of...

PALESTINIAN STUDENTS PROTESTS AT JALAZOUN REFUGEE CAMP

27 September 2018
PALESTINIAN STUDENTS PROTESTS AT JALAZOUN REFUGEE CAMP

Palestinian school-children took to the streets yesterday in the Jalazoun refugee camp, near the West Bank city of Ramallah. The demonstrations took place in response to the ongoing cuts by the UN agency for Palestinian refugees (UNRWA) and the U.S....

ANC KZN GIVES INPUT ON MOERENA COMMISSION REPORT

27 September 2018
ANC KZN GIVES INPUT ON MOERENA COMMISSION REPORT

The African National Congress in KwaZulu Natal called a media briefing to reflect on the recommendations of the Moerena commission, that was set up by the KZN Premier Willies Mchunu. The briefing was held at the ANC Provincial offices yesterday.

SOUTH AFRICA AND UNITED ARAB EMIRATES SIGN EXTRADITION TREATY

27 September 2018
SOUTH AFRICA AND UNITED ARAB EMIRATES SIGN EXTRADITION TREATY

South Africa and the United Arab Emirates have signed a treaty of "extradition and mutual legal assistance in criminal matters in Abu Dhabi”. The treaties will enable the two countries to assist each other in the investigation and prosecu...

 

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