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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 the South African Hajj and Umrah Council (SAHUC) hosted their annual Hajj roadshow. The roadshow is an expo that travels from province to province which aims to inform prospective pilgrims[…]

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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 the Athlone Magistrate’s Court on Monday. The case against Shiraaz Jaftha, Jeremy Sias and Charles Daniels was postponed for further investigation in October last year and they have been in[…]

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China increases measures against coronavirus

China is ramping up containment measures as the spread of a new coronavirus that has killed 56 people and infected at least 1,975 more in the country accelerates. More than 56 million people in almost 20 cities are affected by travel restrictions, which have been introduced amid fears the transmission[…]

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Several countries breach arms embargo

Several countries, backing rival factions in Libya, have violated an arms embargo which they had agreed to uphold a week ago at a summit in Berlin, the United Nations (UN) said on Saturday. Last Sunday, foreign powers backing opposing camps fighting over Libya’s capital Tripoli agreed at a summit hosted[…]

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