Daily Archives: November 14, 2018

Police seek assistance

Police are seeking the assistance of the public in identifying the body of an African female in her thirties. The body was found at No 54 Reserve Road in King Williams Town on 05th November 2018 at about 14h05. By

Boyfriend nabbed after body of a missing woman found in shallow grave

A 38-year-old man was taken into police custody after he led police to a shallow grave in Winkelhaak Farm in Kareedouw where the decomposed body of an alleged missing woman was discovered. At about 14:00 today, 14 November 2018, the

Police warn public about buying stolen property: Port Elizabeth

Police in Port Elizabeth is sending out a stern warning to the public that buying  suspected stolen property is an offence and they may be arrested and charged if found in possession of such property. This alert is issued after

Africa can learn from EU: President Ramaphosa

Africa can draw lessons from the European Union’s path to integration, economic and political union, and achieving social progress, says President Cyril Ramaphosa. In his address on Wednesday, the President said the European Union (EU) was born out of the

President on a working visit to Belgium

President Cyril Ramaphosa is in Brussels, Belgium, as the second leg of his two-day working visit to the European Union (EU) kicks off. “Bilateral relations between South Africa and Belgium are underpinned by shared values of freedom and democracy and

Sudan Diplomat: Talks to Remove Sudan From US Terror List to Begin

The process of removing Sudan from the U.S. list of states sponsoring terrorism will start soon, Sudan’s top diplomat told VOA in an exclusive interview. El-Dardiri Mohamed Ahmed said his meetings with U.S. officials were effective in convincing Washington that