Newsflashes

7 June, 2018
Kenya’s aviation regulator says an airplane carrying 10 passengers that was scheduled to arrive in Nairobi has been missing for seven hours, AP reported.
7 June, 2018
Four of South Africa's airports will be undergoing a name change - but the renaming of Cape Town International has caused the most heated debate.  
7 June, 2018
South Africa's first black Test rugby captain, Siya Kolisi, had a tough childhood much like the millions of poor black children in the Eastern Cape.  And his astonishing rise to the top will inspire millions of young aspiring players for years to come, rugby analysts say. 
7 June, 2018
Another safety incident has shaken the Pelindaba nuclear facility outside Johannesburg, resulting in the total shutdown of the NTP Radioisotopes plant which produces vital supplies of nuclear medicine and radiation-based products.
6 June, 2018
A disgruntled former prison employee lifts the lid on alleged money-wasting, sex between staff and inmates, and female staff watching porn with convicts at Modderbee prison in Springs.
6 June, 2018
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) announced on Tuesday that Sibusiso Sithole has been appointed as its group CEO. He has been appointed for a period of 12 months effective from June 1, 2018.
6 June, 2018
Rescuers pulled 23 workers out of a mine in northeast China on Wednesday, hours after they were trapped underground by an explosion that killed 11 and left two others missing, state media reported.
6 June, 2018
Four people were arrested on Tuesday for an armed robbery of a cash-in-transit vehicle in Limpopo.
6 June, 2018
Three suicide bombers killed at least nine people in separate attacks in the southeastern Niger city of Diffa near the border with Nigeria, shattering several months of calm in the troubled region.
31 May, 2018
Poland's police say they have arrested a Nigerian man who is wanted in the United States for alleged cyberfraud and extortion done over the internet totaling an estimated $7m.
31 May, 2018
At least 20 civilians have been kidnapped since the weekend in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, a stronghold of multiple armed groups, officials said on Wednesday. The kidnappings are understood to have begun on Friday, some 75km north of Goma, the capital of North Kivu province.
31 May, 2018
A 26-year-old woman was among those arrested for a cash-in-transit heist in Polokwane this week‚ the Hawks said on Wednesday.
31 May, 2018
The Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training has called on all stakeholders in the higher education sector to work collectively to ensure that the funding disbursement systems for student funding are improved and developed.
30 May, 2018
Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita will run for re-election in July, his office said on its Twitter account Monday. The 73-year-old leader had been widely expected to seek a second five-year term in the troubled Sahel nation.
30 May, 2018
The European Union will deploy observers to Zimbabwe's general election expected in July, the first time in 16 years the bloc will monitor polls in the southern African country. The EU and Zimbabwe's government signed a memorandum on Monday outlining guidelines for election monitors.

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