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Hanover Park CPF calls for safety plan after man killed in shooting
The Hanover Park community policing forum wants government to relook at its safety plan in gang-ridden areas. The call comes Read more.
Burger King changes halal status
A decision to add pork to Burger King’s menu has been met with upset by Muslim consumers, who have raised Read more.
Bo-Kaap protests against Pick n Pay today, demands issued
Bo Kaap residents are up in arms over the newly unveiled Pick n Pay De Waterkant store, located at 117 Read more.
GOOD treasurer-general quits, raises questions about party’s finances
Another GOOD Party leader, treasurer-general Masego Kwenamore, has tendered her resignation saying she has been kept in the dark about party Read more.
‘What if I didn’t need saving?’ Zephany opens up on life after kidnapping revelation
Zephany Nurse, who was taken from her biological mother when she was three days old, told eNCA she just wanted Read more.
Access to South African national parks to be free for a week in September
South African National Parks (SANParks) has extended their free access to state parks during SA National Parks week to include the weekend after Read more.
Nearly 600,000 advised to evacuate as storm makes landfall on Japan
Heavy rains lashed parts of western Japan on Thursday as tropical storm Krosa made landfall, forcing the cancellation of hundreds Read more.
Four killed in blast at Pakistan mosque
A blast at a mosque in southwest Pakistan killed four people on Friday and wounded more than 20, police said, 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.
Saudi Arabia executions: A cruel travesty of justice
On Tuesday, Saudi official sources announced the mass execution of 37 prisoners, including one rather abhorrent crucifixion, carried out after Read more.