Newsflashes

3 May, 2018
Convicted murderer Sandile Mantsoe has been sentenced to a cumulative 32 years in prison after murdering his ex-girlfriend Karabo Mokoena. There were audible gasps in South Gauteng High Court on Thursday as acting judge Peet Johnson described Mantsoe as the devil in disguise.
3 May, 2018
You probably haven’t heard of Mokhele Likate‚ but the Lesotho businessman is the face of a court case that puts Gauteng’s water supply directly up against Basotho business interests.
3 May, 2018
Unjust‚ sexist and dehumanising. That is how Parliament’s presiding officers on Sunday described regulations passed by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) that will “stifle” Caster Semenya’s reign as a champion athlete.
3 May, 2018
The national bus strike could soon end as unions and employers are going back to the negotiation table.
2 May, 2018
Sandile Mantsoe was found guilty on Wednesday of murdering his girlfriend‚ Karabo Mokoena‚ and disposing of her body by burning it beyond recognition.
26 April, 2018
At least 13 children were killed and five critically injured Thursday after a train smashed into a small school bus in northern India, an official said.
26 April, 2018
Fuel prices will hit record highs above R15 a litre in May, according to the Automobile Association (AA) .
26 April, 2018
A Maine high school student who fled his native Zambia says the experience of participating in a national spoken poetry competition was "heaven" even though he didn't advance.
26 April, 2018
Inspired by South African data protests, Namibian mobile operator Paratus has cut its data prices by a massive 80%. The operator announced in a statement that it reduced the cost per gigabyte from N$85 (R85) to N$15 (R15).
26 April, 2018
Two social workers in Ghana are reportedly being investigated after they allegedly faked the death of a day-old baby and sold her for $3 600.
26 April, 2018
A South African Twitter account promises to "tell you the truth, no matter how hard it is to accept". But are the education claims @Sowellnomics recently tweeted to its over 10 000 followers the truth?
26 April, 2018
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande and Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant will meet on Thursday with bus operators and unions in another attempt to end the deadlocked pay and conditions talks.
24 April, 2018
Thousands of workers are expected to take to the streets on Wednesday for a one day strike as the South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) plans to make the country “ungovernable”.
19 April, 2018
Zimbabwe’s elections scheduled to take place this year will be the most important in a generation and critical to restoring democracy and economic growth in the southern African nation that has been dominated by one party since independence in 1980, said opposition politician Tendai Biti.
19 April, 2018
Officials say the next round of South Sudan peace talks has been delayed without explanation. The talks were meant to resume next week in neighbouring Ethiopia, mediated by a regional bloc. The discussions have sought an end to South Sudan's civil war, now well into its fifth year.

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