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Belhar residents vow to protect sand dunes
By Shakirah Thebus Sand remains an invaluable resource with the demand for it within the manufacturing industry ever increasing due Read more.
Abalone smuggling from SA remains a complex (and expensive) crime to bust
The illegal trade and smuggling of South African abalone, or Perlemoen, has been described as an industry “probably worth close Read more.
MJC investigates ‘Islamophobic undertones’ in local hit TV show
A recent hit TV show called Trackers based on the novel by Deon Meyer has come under the spotlight of the Read more.
SANDF scarf case postponed to 2020, Major Isaacs’ legal team remains firm
The headscarf dispute between Major Fatima Isaacs and the SANDF has been postponed to 22 January 2020, following a brief Read more.
Bodies wash up on Cape beach
The extended search for two missing people who were presumed to have drowned may finally be at an end after Read more.
Road closures ahead of Festive Lights Switch-On
Cape Town is gearing up for one of the biggest events in the CBD, the annual Festive Lights Switch-On at Read more.
Numsa to announce possible wage agreement with SAA
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) is expected to hold a media briefing in Johannesburg on Friday. This follows Read more.
Cape Town looks at regulating Uber and food delivery services as traffic grows
The City of Cape Town will look at new regulations for e-hailing services and food delivery scooters as traffic congestion Read more.
Israeli PM Netanyahu defiant after being charged with corruption
A defiant Benjamin Netanyahu rejected all allegations of fraud on Thursday, vowing to stay on as the leader in Israel despite being indicted on a series Read more.
Bolivian coup was all about the lithium & OAS had a hand in it, ousted president Morales tells RT
Bolivia’s ousted president, Evo Morales, has told RT that the Organization of American States played a key role in deposing Read more.
Hammered & beheaded: Investigative paper wants atrocities of alleged Russian mercenaries in Syria probed after graphic VIDEO
A disturbing clip of an execution in Syria has prompted a Russian newspaper to investigate links between the torturers and Read more.
‘Delete WhatsApp unless you’re OK with surveillance,’ founder of rival Telegram messenger warns
WhatsApp is a “Trojan horse” exploited to snoop on millions of users naive enough to believe that the Facebook-owned messenger Read more.
Scholars for dollars sell out Palestine and its people
By Yvonne Ridley Palestine polarises people, of that there is no doubt. Those condemning Palestinians usually do so out of Read more.
Western media portrays Hong Kong hooligans as heroes. But are they?
Andre Vltchek is a philosopher, novelist, filmmaker and investigative journalist. He has covered wars and conflicts in dozens of countries. Read more.
Trump-Khan meeting: What does US want from Pakistan & will Islamabad kowtow to pressure?
Author: Darius Shahtahmasebi is a New Zealand-based legal and political analyst who focuses on US foreign policy in the Middle Read more.
Israel’s scramble for Africa: Selling water, weapons and lies
By Ramzy Baroud For years, Kenya has served as Israel’s gateway to Africa. Israel has been using the strong political, economic and security relations Read more.