Monthly Archives: December 2018

News: Suspects arrested following discovery of clandistine laboratory

On Friday night, 28 February 2018 at 21.00 a joint Festive Season Operation was conducted by various units at Durban North which yielded positive results. The police officers followed up information about a drug laboratory at a flat at uMhlanga

Journalist Group: 94 Slayings of Media Staff in 2018

BRUSSELS An international trade association says on-the-job slayings of journalists and news media staff rose again in 2018 following an overall decline during the past half-dozen years. The International Federation of Journalists said in an annual report set for release

French, Niger Troops Kill Islamist Insurgents in Joint Operation

PARIS French and Nigerien troops killed around 15 Islamist militants in a joint air and ground operation in south west Niger on Dec. 27, France’s armed forces and Defense Ministry said on Sunday. The air raid and ground assault took

Final salute for Constable Setloboko

Football fraternity and Eastern Cape SAPS senior management represented by DPCs Major General Kunene, Major General Dladla, Brigadier Majikijela and Brigadier Mavuka joined Setloboko family and mourners to give fitting farewell to a fallen hero, Constable Eketsang Setloboko at Mt

Umalusi on approval of 2018 national examinations results

Umalusi approves the 2018 national examinations results Umalusi, the Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training, has approved the release of the 2018 national examinations results after successfully conducting the quality assurance of the management and

Minister Zweli Mkhize meets with Eastern Cape traditional leadership on initiates deaths

Traditional leaders, Cogta Minister commit to intensify fight against the deaths of initiates The Minister for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Dr Zwelini Mkhize met the Eastern Cape traditional leadership yesterday 27 December 2018, to discuss ways of curbing further

At Least 8 Government Soldiers, 14 Militants Killed in Fighting

Fighting between Somali regional troops and al-Shabab militants Saturday left at least 22 people dead, witnesses and officials said. The fighting in South Western Somalia started after heavily armed al-Shabab militants tried to overrun a military base in the Bay

Fraudsters nabbed in Williston

The police in Williston have arrested three suspects after they were found in possession of bank and SASSA cards. The suspects were arrested this morning at about 00:30 during police operation in Williston. In total 22 cards were confiscated, that


PRETORIA, South Africa has successfully launched into space the continent’s most advanced nanosatellite to date – the ZACube-2. The ZACube-2 will provide cutting edge remote sensing and communication services to South Africa and the region. “This satellite will help us

Relief at the pumps for motorists in January

Motorists will usher in the New Year with more a little more in their pockets with the petrol price set to come down in January. The Department of Energy on Friday announced that both grades of petrol 93 (ULP and