Monthly Archives: November 2020

La Chine se rapproche de l’autonomie dans la production de puces de 7 nm

BEIJING, 30 novembre 2020 /PRNewswire/ — a publié un article intitulé « La Chine se rapproche de l’autonomie dans la production de puces de 7 nm ». La Chine a récemment réalisé de nouvelles percées dans son processus de fabrication de puces de 7 nm,

HIV Policies In Most African Countries Are Not Fully Aligned With International Standards, Undermining Progress Against AIDS, New Report Shows

WASHINGTON, Nov. 30, 2020  With the global AIDS response off track and COVID-19 derailing progress, a new report shows many countries have not adopted key policies aligned with scientific breakthroughs in HIV. Ahead of World AIDS Day, the 2020 Global

Two men to appear in the Mitchell’s Plain court

WESTERN CAPE – Police members attached to Mitchell’s Plain participating in efforts to ensure a safer festive season, on Friday 27 November 2020 were doing crime prevention patrols in Morgenster Road, Beacon Valley when they spotted a group of suspicious

Police require public assistance to find a missing woman

POLOKWANE – The South African Police Service in Mahwelereng had launched a search operation for a missing woman, Lerato Agnes Ledwaba aged 22 from Gamadiba Village Block 3 in Mahwelereng. She is allegedly mentally challenged.   It is alleged that,

Police Minister hails arrest of a suspect in the Eastern Cape axe murders

EASTERN CAPE – Police Minister General Bheki Cele has lauded the arrest of a man, believed to have hacked his wife and five children to death in the Eastern Cape.   In what has been described as a bloody start

Elderly man appears in court for illegal firearms

DURBAN – Police officers from the Durban Public Order Police and King Cetshwayo Crime Intelligence conducted an intelligence driven operation at Ntambanana yesterday.   The team was following up information about a suspect in possession of illegal firearms. They went

Cousin killed following Road Accident Fund claim

DURBAN – Xolani Mchunu (41) appeared in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on 24 November 2020, for kidnapping and killing his cousin Lerato Malembe (35) and was sentenced to 25 years imprisonment.   It is alleged that on 28 December 2018,

Police launched Safer Festive Season operations

NELSPRUIT – The South African Police Service in Mpumalanga has launched the Safer Festive Season Operations yesterday, Friday 27 November 2020 at Volksrust as directed by the Minister of Police, General Bheki Cele.   The event which was attended by

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