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GOTG return to assist refugees, as negotiations continue
By Tauhierah Salie As things reach a tipping point for the refugees in the Cape Town CBD, humanitarian organization Gift Read more.
SAHUC Hajj 1441 Road show
By Aneeqa du Plessis Hundreds of aspiring Hujjaj came out to Belgravia high school hall in Athlone on Saturday, where Read more.
MPlain school shutdown after toilets vandalized
By Aneeqa Du Plessis Appalled parents shut down Alpine Primary School in Mitchells Plain on Wednesday after 1300 children were Read more.
Discriminatory apartheid-era black marriage law reversed in High Court
A historic judgment condemning a discriminatory civil marriage law, passed in the 1980s that potentially marginalised 400 000 black women, Read more.
Meghan Cremer murder: Accused back in court on Monday
Three men arrested in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Cape Town horse rider Meghan Cremer will appear in Read more.
No cause for panic over coronavirus: NICD
The National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD), together with the Department of Health, has developed and distributed clinical guidelines for Read more.
Two CT gangster handed lengthy prison terms for murder and other crimes
Two gangsters from Manenberg in Cape Town have been sentenced in the Western Cape High Court to lengthy prison sentences Read more.
Anger as Ugandan activist cropped out of photo with white peers
Social media users have come out in support of Ugandan climate advocate Vanessa Nakate after she was cropped out of Read more.
Rockets ‘hit US embassy’ in Iraq capital amid anti-gov’t protests
The US embassy in Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone came under attack from rocket fire on Sunday evening. Five rockets Read more.
China virus death toll now at 80, more than 2,700 cases confirmed
China said on Monday that the death toll from a deadly outbreak of Coronavirus jumped to 80 as the hard-hit Read more.
Vision 2030 and poverty in Saudi Arabia
Growing up in Saudi Arabia in the 1990s, I was acutely aware that Saudi society was divided along class lines. Read more.
Myanmar: Defending genocide at the ICJ
On December 9, the world marked the anniversary of the adoption of the 1948 UN Genocide Convention: a covenant signed in the Read more.
Global War on Terror still determines agendas
The Global War on Terror (GWAT) was still determining US policies. This is the opinion of Washington-based activist and author, Read more.