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If Coronavirus Hits Libyan Detention Centers It Would be a ‘Massacre’

WASHINGTON – While much of the world is under orders to practice social distancing to slow the spread of coronavirus, there are certain places where such distance is impossible.

Overcrowded migrant detention centers, particularly those in Libya, are among the …

Media Invitation: Minister of Police Deputy Minister of Police, National Commissioner of Police and SAPS Management visit COVID-19 Lockdown Operations in the North West

NORTH WEST – Police Minister, General Bheki Cele, together with Police Deputy Minister, Cassel Mathale, National Commissioner, General Kehla Sitole and SAPS Management will visit a number of COVID-19 Lockdown Joint Operations in the North West, to aasess adherence to

Mpumalanga Provincial Commissioner condemns the killing of two women, police launch a manhunt

Nelspruit – The Provincial Commissioner of the South African Police Service in Mpumalanga, Lieutenant General Mondli Zuma has in the strongest possible terms condemned the killing of two women in Kwaggafontein and in Kwamhlanga. The words of the General were

Murder suspects nabbed by Mayville Police


DURBAN- It is alleged that  at 03:35, Menzi Ngubelanga (26) visited friends in Hoffman Place in Springfield when an argument broke out between him and the suspects.

He was assaulted with a knobkerrie and was stabbed on the head. …

Three uncles in court for murder

DURBAN- Three males aged 25 and 26 are appearing today in the Greytown Magistrates Court for a charge of murder of their niece. It is alleged that on 24 March 2020, a 20-year-old female left her home at Eshane Reserve

Mpumalanga Provincial Commissioner reassures the public that all police stations in the Province will remain open

NELSPRUIT – The Provincial Commissioner of the South African Police Service in Mpumalanga, Lieutenant General Mondli Zuma has reassured the public that all police stations in the province will remain open during the nationwide lockdown. The Provincial Commissioner’s assurance comes

Quarantine Challenges Leave Sudan Vulnerable Amid COVID Spread

KHARTOUM – Sudan has seen a small handful of coronavirus cases so far, and only one death. But health authorities are concerned because large numbers of people have either escaped quarantine or are refusing to quarantine altogether.

Two weeks have …

African Artists Raise Coronavirus Awareness Through Song

Music is often called the universal language. African artists are finding that, when trying to spread lifesaving information about the coronavirus pandemic, it helps to have a catchy beat.

Across the continent, musicians are recording songs about social distancing, spotting …

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