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WHO APPEALS FOR $675 MILLION

06 February 2020
WHO APPEALS FOR $675 MILLION

  The World Health Organisation (WHO) has launched an appeal for $675 million in donations to be invested in countries at risk of the deadly coronavirus. In a statement the WHO said an international team of experts was on its way to China in a...

KENYA URGES U.S. TO EMBRACE AFRICAN SOLUTIONS

06 February 2020
KENYA URGES U.S. TO EMBRACE AFRICAN SOLUTIONS

  Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged the United States to embrace African solutions, in order to solve the continent’s struggling economies. He said although Kenya wanted the best deal for its citizens, the solution is to arrive at...

ARMED CONFLICT CONTINUES ON OUTSKIRTS OF TRIPOLI

06 February 2020
ARMED CONFLICT CONTINUES ON OUTSKIRTS OF TRIPOLI

  Libyans have become more pessimistic following 10 months of fighting between two opposition groups one based in Tripoli and the other bases in eastern Libya in Benghazi. Libya was mired in chaos following 2011 NATO-backed uprising that killed...

PLANE CRASH LANDS IN ISTANBUL

06 February 2020
PLANE CRASH LANDS IN ISTANBUL

  A Turkish plane operated by Pegasus Airlines carrier, skidded off the runway at Istanbul Airport, caught fire and split into three after landing in rough weather. The Boeing 737 was carrying 177 passengers, 157 people were injured with one de...

SAA STEPS UP PLANS TO SPEED UP JOB CUTS

06 February 2020
SAA STEPS UP PLANS TO SPEED UP JOB CUTS

  South African Airways is accelerating plans to reduce its wage bill and intends to implement deeper jobs cuts than previously announced. The state-owned carrier said in November it may fire about 944 workers in a bid to turn itself around aft...

ESKOM POWER CUTS TO CONTINUE INTO THE WEEKEND

06 February 2020
ESKOM POWER CUTS TO CONTINUE INTO THE WEEKEND

  Eskom says Stage 2 load shedding is highly likely to still continue over the weekend. The struggling power utility said its plans to halt loadshedding today were off the table because of a shortage of capacity and an increased demand of about...

CLASSES ARE SUSPENDED AT UNIVERSITY OF KZN UNTIL MONDAY

06 February 2020
CLASSES ARE SUSPENDED AT UNIVERSITY OF KZN UNTIL MONDAY

  The University of KwaZulu-Natal has suspended its academic programme at all campuses until Monday. This comes after protests turned violent and buildings at several campuses were set alight.  This week’s academic programme was susp...

STUDENTS RALLY IN PAKISTAN TO MARK KASHMIR SOLIDARITY DAY

05 February 2020
STUDENTS RALLY IN PAKISTAN TO MARK KASHMIR SOLIDARITY DAY

  Students took to the streets in Islamabad today, to mark Kashmir’s Solidarity Day which is observed every year on February 5th. The day is globally observed to show solidarity with those in Kashmir. This year, is observed as Kashmir sti...

WHO CALLS FOR MORE INFORMATION SHARING TO MONITOR THE CORONAVIRUS

05 February 2020
WHO CALLS FOR MORE INFORMATION SHARING TO MONITOR THE CORONAVIRUS

  The World Health Organisation (WHO) has called for more cooperation and sharing of data to monitor the deadly coronavirus outbreak. More than 20 400 cases of the virus have been confirmed in China since the virus was detected on December...

SOUTH AFRICA SAYS NO CORONAVIRUS IN WESTERN CAPE

05 February 2020
SOUTH AFRICA SAYS NO CORONAVIRUS IN WESTERN CAPE

  The Department of Health says there is no coronavirus in the Western Cape. The Health department says this is the second time such allegations surfaced and confirmed to date, there is no case of the Coronavirus in the country. The department...

NIGERIA OPTIMISTIC U.S. WILL RESOLVE VISA ROW

05 February 2020
NIGERIA OPTIMISTIC U.S. WILL RESOLVE VISA ROW

  Nigeria and the United States have agreed to remove visa restrictions announced last Friday by President Donald Trump, citing Boko Haram as the reason for the ban. In addition, the United States, announced the return of $308 million seized fr...

MALAWI WELCOMES DECISION TO CANCEL ELECTION RESULTS

05 February 2020
MALAWI WELCOMES DECISION TO CANCEL ELECTION RESULTS

  In a landmark court decision and the first in Malawi, the Supreme Court on Monday nullified the country’s May 31st presidential elections in 2019, citing widespread irregularities, including the use of correction fluid on ballot papers....

MINISTER GORDHAN OPEN TO PENSION BAILOUT FOR ESKOM

05 February 2020
MINISTER GORDHAN OPEN TO PENSION BAILOUT FOR ESKOM

  Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan has given a clear indication that Cosatu’s proposal to use money managed by the Public Investment Corporation to support Eskom is being taken seriously. Speaking at a lunch hosted by law fir...

FORMER YOUTH LEADER MBALI NTULI AIMS FOR DA LEADERSHIP

05 February 2020
FORMER YOUTH LEADER MBALI NTULI AIMS FOR DA LEADERSHIP

  Former Democratic Alliance youth leader Mbali Ntuli has thrown her hat in the ring to become the party’s next national leader, saying the party is in a deep crisis. Ntuli announced her intention to contest the position of fede...

ANC FILES URGENT APPLICATION TO DISCIPLINE TSHWANE SPEAKER

05 February 2020
ANC FILES URGENT APPLICATION TO DISCIPLINE TSHWANE SPEAKER

  The ANC in Pretoria has approached the courts seeking an order to force the Tshwane council to convene an urgent disciplinary hearing against speaker Katlego Mathebe.The ANC filed an urgent application in the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, a...

HUNDREDS OF MIGRANTS DISEMBARK IN ITALY

30 January 2020
HUNDREDS OF MIGRANTS DISEMBARK IN ITALY

  More than 400 migrants disembarked in Italy, after being rescued in five separate rescue missions during the past four days. Intense fighting in Libya has been cited as the main cause forcing the migrants to risk their lives to reach Europe....

APPLE TO PAY $837 MILLION FOR PATENT INFRINGEMENT

30 January 2020
APPLE TO PAY $837 MILLION FOR PATENT INFRINGEMENT

  A Los Angeles jury on Wednesday ordered Apple and Broadcom to pay $1.1 billion to a university in California for infringing on four Wi-Fi technology patents. Apple was ordered to pay $837 million and Broadcom must pay $270 million to the Cali...

BREXIT COULD BE COSTLY

30 January 2020
BREXIT COULD BE COSTLY

  As Britain prepares to leave the European Union (EU) by midnight tomorrow (Jan. 31), British people remain unsure about the future. Although Britain will, for the first time since joining the EU in 1973, negotiate its own trade agreements, th...

PALESTINIANS PROTEST IN GAZA AGAINST CONTROVERSIAL PEACE PLAN

30 January 2020
PALESTINIANS PROTEST IN GAZA AGAINST CONTROVERSIAL PEACE PLAN

  Palestinian-Israeli tensions remain very high as thousands of protesters took to the streets of Rafa, in Gaza to express their anger at the controversial peace plan proposed by U.S. President Donald Trump, that gives Israel a U.S. greenlight...

WHO CALLS FOR GLOBAL VIGILANCE AGAINST CORONAVIRUS

30 January 2020
WHO CALLS FOR GLOBAL VIGILANCE AGAINST CORONAVIRUS

  The World Health Organisation (WHO) has called for global vigilance, including those countries not yet affected by the Coronavirus outbreak to remain alert and take action to prevent the spread of the deadly virus. The WHO is still not yet de...

ESKOM WARNS OF A POWER CUT THIS EVENING

30 January 2020
ESKOM WARNS OF A POWER CUT THIS EVENING

  South Africa’s power system was under stress this morning. Eskom says they had to use diesel generators to meet the demand. The units that were expected to come back from maintenance were delayed, which led to diesel generators being us...

NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT BANS MOTORBIKE TAXIS

29 January 2020
NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT BANS MOTORBIKE TAXIS

  The Nigerian government has announced a sweeping ban on all motorbike taxis operating in Lagos city as the roads can-no longer cope with the amount of motorbike taxis plying their trade on its perilous streets. The ban which comes into effect...

MALAWIANS DEMAND FRESH POLLS AMID CLAIMS OF ELECTION RIGGING

29 January 2020
MALAWIANS DEMAND FRESH POLLS AMID CLAIMS OF ELECTION RIGGING

  Malawi’s opposition leaders have united in their call for the May 21 elections to be scrapped after ALLEGATIONS of massive rigging surfaced. Current President Peter Mutharika won the elections by the narrowest of margins, prompting call...

PALESTINIANS REJECT PLAN THAT ENDORSES JERUSALEM AS THE CAPITAL OF ISRAEL

29 January 2020
PALESTINIANS REJECT PLAN THAT ENDORSES JERUSALEM AS THE CAPITAL OF ISRAEL

  Palestinians have condemned U.S. President Donald Trump’s peace plan. The plan includes recognizing Jerusalem as the “undivided capital” of the Jewish state, while Palestinians want Jerusalem as the capital of Palestine. Pal...

TRUMP UNVEILS MIDEAST PLAN

29 January 2020
TRUMP UNVEILS MIDEAST PLAN

  The long-awaited details of a US plan for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been revealed.President Donald Trump has called the plan a "historic opportunity" for Palestinians to achieve an independent state. Trump said he wrote on Tuesday...

KZN EDUCATION INVESTIGATES INCIDENT OF GRADE R LEARNER BURNT ON SCHOOL PREMISES

29 January 2020
KZN EDUCATION INVESTIGATES INCIDENT OF GRADE R LEARNER BURNT ON SCHOOL PREMISES

  KwaZulu-Natal’s Education department has launched an investigation into a fire incident where a grade R learner was burnt on school premises last week in Illovo, south of Durban. The department was told that educators heard screams from...

SA’S HEALTH MINISTER ASSURES PUBLIC THE COUNTRY IS PREPARED FOR THE CORONAVIRUS

29 January 2020
SA’S HEALTH MINISTER ASSURES PUBLIC THE COUNTRY IS PREPARED FOR THE CORONAVIRUS

  South Africa’s Department of Health has re-assured the public that South Africa is adequately prepared for the Coronavirus infection. To date, South Africa has no reported or suspected cases. Health Minister Zweli Mkhize briefed media t...

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...

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Yousuf Deedat, the son of the late Shaykh Ahmed Deedat was reportedly shot outside the Verulam Family Court this morning (Wednesday). He had sustained a single gunshot wound to his head. According to reports received, Deedat was walking towards the court when he was shot by an unidentified male. Due to his critical condition Deedat was airlifted to hospital. Authorities say the circumstances leading up to the shooting will be investigated.

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