Daily Archives: January 2, 2019

Media Invitation: Minister of Police to visit East London to monitor ...

National Police Minister, Mr Bheki Cele is visiting Eastern Cape to monitor the implementation of Safer Festive SeasonOperation as well as to visit beaches and malls to interact with people tomorrow, 03 January 2019. Safer Festive Season Operation was officially

India’s Hidden Years of Nuns Abused by Priests

KURAVILANGAD, INDIA The stories spill out in the sitting rooms of Catholic convents, where portraits of Jesus keep watch and fans spin quietly overhead. They spill out in church meeting halls bathed in fluorescent lights, and over cups of cheap

Algeria Shuts Southern Borders to Syrians Over Security Fears

ALGIERS Algeria has barred all Syrians from entering the country via its southern border with Mali and Niger to keep out members of defeated rebel groups from Syria deemed to pose a security risk, a senior official said on Wednesday.

Sebokeng residents offered temporary shelter

With about 70 houses flooded in Sebokeng, south of Johannesburg, following heavy rain in Gauteng, the Emfuleni Local Municipality has provided affected residents temporary shelter. Affected residents have been provided with shelter at the nearby Tshepo-Themba Secondary School where blankets

SAA announces extra flights between Ghana and the US

Due to increased demand, South African Airways (SAA) has expanded its non-stop service between Ghana and the US. In a statement on Wednesday, the national carrier announced that it will increase its frequency on nonstop flights between the Ghanaian capital

News: Suspected gang affiliates speedily arrested

Immediate follow up investigation resulted in the arrest of two suspected gang affiliates in two separate cases of shooting incidents which allegedly took place on 1 January 2019. In the first incident, it is alleged that on 1 January 2019

Gauteng Premier to visit Mosunkutu family

Gauteng Premier David Makhura is this afternoon scheduled to visit the family of former Gauteng Member of the Executive Council, Khabisi Mosunkutu. The Premier is expected to visit the Mosunkutu home in Kibler Park at 4pm. Mosunkutu passed away on