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Report finds India responsible for human rights crisis in Kashmir
By Anees Teladia For decades the Kashmir region has existed under a state of disputed control. This disputed control of Read more.
Al Jama-ah President makes pledge on Holy Quran at first masjid in SA
Ahead of the swearing in of members in the National Assembly on Wednesday, the President of the first Muslim party Read more.
“Schools are no longer safe,” says Cape Flats parents
What was supposed to be a safe space and site of learning has turned into a site of tragedy as Read more.
S. Africans to perform I’tikaaf at al-Aqsa, Palestinians rejoice
By Anees Teladia Some lucky South Africans have been blessed with the opportunity to perform I’tikaaf in Masjid al-Aqsa – Read more.
One step closer to a children’s commissioner in Western Cape
By Anees Teladia The Western Cape could soon see the appointment of a long-awaited children’s commissioner if all goes according Read more.
MPlain haafith bags third position at international Qur’an event
South African huffath continue to dominate the world stage and this time, a Mitchell’s Plain reciter has bagged third position Read more.
CoCT to conduct site inspection of PHA amid court battle
The City of Cape Town is expected to give agricultural experts a hearing as it inspects land this week, while Read more.
Parow gas leak leaves four dead, two others in hospital
A deadly gas leak at a plastic recycling factory in Parow, in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town, claimed the Read more.
South Africa boots former Mozambique finance minister Manuel Chang
South Africa said Tuesday it would send home former Mozambique finance minister Manuel Chang, who has been held since December Read more.
Six things you can expect from South Africa’s sixth Parliament
South Africa’s major political parties have reconvened ahead of the official first session of our sixth Parliament. The dust has Read more.
The purpose and function of South Africa’s National Assembly
The dust has settled after a contentious political battle for power in the recent general elections. Now, the 12 political Read more.
Cape Town street artist fuses graffiti and cartoon-style art at live installation
Chad Hanning did a live art installation of a Jurassic Park-themed mural in Braamfontein on 2 May for the 8th Read more.
Magashule not implicated in report: Mkhwebane
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says her report on the Estina Dairy Farm Project at Vrede in the Free State doesn’t Read more.
Anglo American fires 643 workers for staging illegal strike
South Africa’s platinum giant Anglo American Platinum said Monday it had sacked more than 600 workers at its mine in northern Read more.
Missiles fired at Russian Khmeimim airbase in Syria amid massive militant offensive – MoD
Al-Nusra terrorists on Wednesday fired 17 missiles at Russian Khmeimim airbase in Syria, all of which were either intercepted or Read more.
In Sri Lanka, Muslims say Sinhala neighbours turned against them
Kottaramulla, Sri Lanka – The stench of turpentine overpowered Jiffriya Ameer as she cradled her husband’s head on her lap on Read more.
UN disarmament chief says risks of nuclear weapons use higher than ever since WWII
The director of the UN disarmament think tank has said that the risks of a nuclear strike are now higher Read more.
Immunity bill submitted to Knesset with Netanyahu indictment pending
The Israeli Knesset is considering legislation that would grant government officials immunity from criminal prosecution, and just so happen to Read more.