University study to probe child killings in WCape

Premier Helen Zille has decided that a university-led study will probe the spate of child murders in the Western Cape. Zille met with child protection NGOs and the Human Rights Commission to discuss the way forward regarding child murders in the province. Close to 40 children have been murdered in[…]

Read »

Cox’s Bazar: Chaos all around at Rohingya camps

Hundreds of Rohingya, including children, were jostling to get hold of aid packages being thrown from trucks at Balukhali in the Bangladeshi city of Cox’s Bazar bordering Myanmar. Women, many with babies on their shoulders, stood in torrential rain in the hope of getting food, tarpaulin and clothes distributed by[…]

Read »

Millions handed over to SA NGOS for Syria

Almost R10-million was presented to seven charities today by #OperationSA for the #SAveSyria humanitarian efforts. The money was raised following an urgent call for donations over the past ten days. R14 110 668.00 was pledged as at 8am today. Speaking at a cheque handing over ceremony in Houghton Johannesburg today, #OperationSA’s[…]

Read »

Muslim charities prep for cold Ramadan

With four out of 10 households in Cape Town’s poor areas without food at least once a week, it’s almost certain that Ramadan will be an added burden for Muslim families this year. The ever-increasing cost of food means that impoverished Muslims will have less to break their fast, only[…]

Read »
WhatsApp WhatsApp us
Wait a sec, saving restore vars.