Indonesia has announced its first two coronavirus cases as Iran reported 11 more deaths from the virus, bringing its death toll to 54 – the highest outside China. The number of people infected in Italy – the centre of the outbreak in Europe – jumped to 1,694, while the number[…]
Management at Robben Island Museum said the overwhelming response to their free trips on Heritage Day, to the world heritage site, has been a lesson learnt for organising future events. Scores of people from all over the country registered for the free event. Long queues of visitors were formed at[…]
Saudi Arabia’s king has rejected suggestions his country should give up its role as organiser of the Hajj pilgrimage, following last month’s deadly stampede. King Salman said he would not allow any “hidden hands” to politicise the tragedy and divide Muslims. An Iranian cleric had called for the Hajj to[…]
While protests are ongoing, media liaison at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT), Thami Nkwanyane claims that management are performing their duties by informing students and staff about the unrest at it’s Bellville campus. Students are reportedly demanding registration without the payment of tuition fees. “As a University we[…]
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