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COVID-19 DAILY CASES IN INDIA REACH 24 000

06 July 2020
COVID-19 DAILY CASES IN INDIA REACH 24 000

  India on Monday became the third-highest coronavirus caseload in the world. The Indian government -- like many around the world -- has gradually lifted virus restrictions to help the battered economy, but the number of cases has continued to...

HONG KONG’S DEMOCRACY ACTIVIST MAKES A CALL FOR THE WORLD TO STAND WITH THEM

06 July 2020
HONG KONG’S DEMOCRACY ACTIVIST MAKES A CALL FOR THE WORLD TO STAND WITH THEM

  Hong Kong’s prominent democracy activist Joshua Wong has made a global call for the world to stand in solidarity with Hong Kongers. This comes after Beijing imposed a sweeping national security law on the semi-autonomous city.

MORE RAIN HITS SOUTHERN JAPAN

06 July 2020
MORE RAIN HITS SOUTHERN JAPAN

  Water levels have increased along the Sendai river in southern Japan after more rain hit the region. Around 50 people are feared dead as the heavy rain caused rivers to burst their banks and flood low-lying regions. In a desperate search for...

SANDF MEDICAL TEAM DEPLOYED TO EASTERN CAPE TO ASSIST WITH ESCALATING NUMBER OF INFECTIONS

06 July 2020
SANDF MEDICAL TEAM DEPLOYED TO EASTERN CAPE TO ASSIST WITH ESCALATING NUMBER OF INFECTIONS

  In the Eastern Cape -- Forty-seven defence force medical personnel were deployed this weekend to help with the health service, which is buckling under the rising number of cases. Defence force spokesperson Thabo Sello says, "The province is n...

BLACK LIVES MATTER PROTEST IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL

06 July 2020
BLACK LIVES MATTER PROTEST IN SAO PAULO, BRAZIL

  A Black Lives Matter protest took place in Sao Paulo yesterday in remembrance of the unsolved killings of five teenagers in March. Demonstrators gathered to denounce racism and police violence in Brazil. The protest was held in Cidade Tiraden...

Nokia job cuts in France

06 July 2020
Nokia job cuts in France

  Thousands demonstrated in the French town of Lannion against the axing of 402 jobs by Finnish telecoms manufacturer Nokia. At least 1,200 Alcatel-Lucent jobs are planned to reportedly be cut in France. This will slash the workforce in the cou...

UNION CONCERNED WITH SAFETY OF HEALTH WORKERS AS CAPE TOWN HOSPITALS UNDER PRESSURE

06 July 2020
UNION CONCERNED WITH SAFETY OF HEALTH WORKERS AS CAPE TOWN HOSPITALS UNDER PRESSURE

  In Cape Town, the Health and Allied workers Union are concerned with the manner in which the country is handling the coronavirus pandemic with regard to the rights and safety of health workers. In the worst hit province in South Africa, hospi...

SOUTH AFRICA’S COVID-19 CASES CLIMB CLOSER TO R200 000

06 July 2020
SOUTH AFRICA’S COVID-19 CASES CLIMB CLOSER TO R200 000

South Africa’s Ministry of Health announced  8 773 new cases in a 24 hour cycle this takes the number of cases reported up to 196 750. The Western Cape has the highest confirmed cases with over 69 000 while Gauteng has sharply risen above...

ARCHEOLOGISTS DISCOVER ANCIENT SITE UNDERWATER IN AUSTRALIA

02 July 2020
ARCHEOLOGISTS DISCOVER ANCIENT SITE UNDERWATER IN AUSTRALIA

  Archeologists have for the first time found Aboriginal artefacts on the seabed off Australia, opening a door to the discovery of ancient settlements flooded since the last ice age. Hundreds of ancient stone tools made by Australia's Indigenou...

PALESTINE ANNOUNCES WEST BANK LOCKDOWN AS CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS SOAR

02 July 2020
PALESTINE ANNOUNCES WEST BANK LOCKDOWN AS CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS SOAR

  Palestinian government spokesman Ibrahim Melhem announced a five-day lockdown across the West Bank after confirmed coronavirus infections in the territory more than doubled following the easing of previous restrictions. The latest data shows...

SOUTH AFRICA REPORTS OVER 8 000 NEW CASES IN ONE DAY

02 July 2020
SOUTH AFRICA REPORTS OVER 8 000 NEW CASES IN ONE DAY

  South Africa’s Ministry of Health announced 8 124 new cases were reported in a 24 hour cycle this takes the number of cases reported up to 159 333. The Western Cape has the highest confirmed cases with 64 377 while Gauteng has risen to...

3T CRICKET MATCH WILL BE BROADCASTED ‘LIVE’ ON JULY 18

02 July 2020
3T CRICKET MATCH WILL BE BROADCASTED ‘LIVE’ ON JULY 18

  Organised cricket in South Africa will return on July 18th with a three-team event featuring 24 leading players. Cricket South Africa announced that the match was originally scheduled for June 27th but was postponed because gov...

PASSENGER TRAINS RESUME IN SOUTH AFRICA AS LOCKDOWN RESTRICTIONS EASE

02 July 2020
PASSENGER TRAINS RESUME IN SOUTH AFRICA AS LOCKDOWN RESTRICTIONS EASE

  After almost 100 days of closure the South African passenger rail service is operating again as the country's lockdown restrictions ease. Passenger numbers have been limited and masks are mandatory. The trains are reportedly being sanitised a...

RUSSIA’S CONSTITUTIONAL VOTE TO ALLOW PUTIN TO STAY IN POWER LONGER CONCLUDES TODAY

01 July 2020
RUSSIA’S CONSTITUTIONAL VOTE TO ALLOW PUTIN TO STAY IN POWER LONGER CONCLUDES TODAY

  Russians are set to approve constitutional reforms denounced by critics as a manoeuvre to allow President Vladimir Putin to stay in power longer. Putin pushed ahead with a nationwide vote that ends today to confer legitimacy on his plans. The...

MILLIONS AFFECTED BY FLOODS IN CHINA

01 July 2020
MILLIONS AFFECTED BY FLOODS IN CHINA

  Rainstorms and floods batter Southern China with at least 78 people killed since the start of June, according to the emergency management ministry. Another 12 million have been affected by property damage, road closures and other disruptions....

STATE CAPTURE ENQUIRY RESUMES WITH PRASA RELATED TESTIMONY

01 July 2020
STATE CAPTURE ENQUIRY RESUMES WITH PRASA RELATED TESTIMONY

  The hearings of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture, Corruption and Fraud in the Public Sector including Organs of State will continue today from 10am. The Commission will continue to hear PRASA – the Pa...

SOUTH AFRICA RANKS 17TH IN THE WORLD WITH COVID-19 CASES REPORTED

01 July 2020
SOUTH AFRICA RANKS 17TH IN THE WORLD WITH COVID-19 CASES REPORTED

  COVID-19 is affecting 213 countries and territories around the world. With 151 209 reported cases, South Africa currently ranks 17 in the list of countries on the worldometer website which keeps all the data received of cases a...

LIBERIA’S INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT RE-OPENS

30 June 2020
LIBERIA’S INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT RE-OPENS

  Liberia’s International Airport has re-opened for business again after it was closed due to the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Stringent testing of passengers have been put in place including mobile application tracing and monitori...

MORE AIRPORTS WILL OPEN IN SOUTH AFRICA

30 June 2020
MORE AIRPORTS WILL OPEN IN SOUTH AFRICA

  As South Africa relaxes its lockdown restrictions, seven more airports will resume operations from July 1st. This will be in addition to OR Tambo, Lanseria, Cape Town and King Shaka International airports that are currently operational. Inter...

PANDEMIC IMPACTS PROGRESS IN AFRICA

30 June 2020
PANDEMIC IMPACTS PROGRESS IN AFRICA

  The virus pandemic could set back income in sub-Saharan Africa by a decade as weak oil prices, and tourism is at a standstill. While businesses have been in lockdown this has also shrinked the region's economy by 3.2 percent in 2020. Activity...

CONCERN IN ZIMBABWE AFTER GOVERNMENT CLOSES ZIMBABWE’S STOCK EXCHANGE

30 June 2020
CONCERN IN ZIMBABWE AFTER GOVERNMENT CLOSES ZIMBABWE’S STOCK EXCHANGE

  Zimbabwe’s economy has been dealt a severe blow with the closure of the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) due to rampant black-market trading. The government blames mobile money platforms for causing a gap between the market exchange rate f...

CHINA WARNS OF VISA RESTRICTIONS FOR THE U.S

29 June 2020
CHINA WARNS OF  VISA RESTRICTIONS FOR THE U.S

  China has issued a warning to impose visa restrictions on US citizens who had "behaved egregiously" over Hong Kong. This comes ahead of expected approval from Beijing lawmakers for a controversial national security law in the city. China plan...

10 KILLED IN ATTACK AT PAKISTAN’S STOCK EXCHANGE

29 June 2020
10 KILLED IN ATTACK AT PAKISTAN’S STOCK EXCHANGE

  In Karachi, gunmen attacked the Pakistan Stock Exchange this morning. Karachi’s police chief Ghulam Nabi Memon said the attackers pulled up in a car outside the trading floor and threw a grenade at the building before opening fire. ...

COVID-19 IMPACT - OVER 10 MILLION CASES & HALF A MILLION DEATHS ACROSS THE GLOBE

29 June 2020
COVID-19 IMPACT - OVER 10 MILLION CASES & HALF A MILLION DEATHS ACROSS THE GLOBE

  More than half a million people have been killed by the novel coronavirus and nearly two thirds of were in the United States and Europe. Over 10 million cases have been recorded worldwide. The United States has the most number of reported cas...

GOVERNMENT RAISES CONCERN WITH TAXI INDUSTRY OPERATING AT 100% CAPACITY

29 June 2020
GOVERNMENT RAISES CONCERN WITH TAXI INDUSTRY OPERATING AT 100% CAPACITY

  Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has condemned the decision by Santaco - the South African National Taxi Association to allow taxis to operate at 100%. Mbalula has called on – Santaco’s leadership to reconsider their decision to...

LAWMAKERS IN MISSISSIPPI VOTE TO REMOVE CONTROVERSIAL EMBLEM FROM FLAG

29 June 2020
LAWMAKERS IN MISSISSIPPI VOTE TO REMOVE CONTROVERSIAL EMBLEM FROM FLAG

  Mississippi’s Senate has successfully passed a measure to remove the Confederate battle standard from the state flag, in a historic vote. This comes after Lawmakers in Mississippi voted on Sunday to remove the criss-cross diagonal stars...

RAINSTORMS & FLOODS IN SOUTHWEST CHINA

29 June 2020
RAINSTORMS & FLOODS IN SOUTHWEST CHINA

  Heavy rain during the weekend has killed at least 12 people in China's southwestern Sichuan province. State media reported this Monday that the country is grappling with record floodwaters and mass evacuations during its annual flood season s...

LAZARUS CHAKWERA GETS SWORN IN AS PRESIDENT OF MALAWI

29 June 2020
LAZARUS CHAKWERA GETS SWORN IN AS PRESIDENT OF MALAWI

  Malawi's new president Lazarus Chakwera has been sworn-in after winning last week's election re-rerun. Chakwera, a former evangelist preacher, was declared the winner of the election repeat held on Tuesday with almost 59 percent of the votes,...

A RAPID RISE OF COVID-19 CASES IS EXPECTED IN GAUTENG

29 June 2020
A RAPID RISE OF COVID-19 CASES IS EXPECTED IN GAUTENG

  South Africa’s Ministry of Health says they are seeing a rapid rise in the number of positive COVID-19 cases as expected and that we are approaching a surge during the latter winter months of July and August. It is anticipated that whil...

POLICE REFORM BILL IS PASSED IN US HOUSE

26 June 2020
POLICE REFORM BILL IS PASSED IN US HOUSE

  Democrats in the United States have pushed sweeping new police guidelines through the House of Representatives, after the killing of African-American George Floyd sparked nationwide protests and a controversial debate on race. The guidelines...

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