The Sunday World is facing pressure to fire one of its reporters and publish a front-page apology. This is a demand from the “I Believe Her” organisation in response to a recent article published this past weekend over rape allegations against media personalities DJ Fresh and Euphonik.
Police management in the Western Cape says it will intensify efforts to deal with illegal firearms. This follows the fatal shooting of two police officers in Kraaifontein on Sunday and a number of other fatal shootings in Mitchells Plain in the past few days.
The fire in the valley below Jonkershoek at Stellenbosch in the Cape Winelands District is proving challenging.
Myanmar’s UN Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun has been fired, state television said on Saturday, a day after he urged the United Nations to use “any means necessary” to reverse the February 1 military coup.
Officials say the wildfire at the Jonkershoel Valley in the Winelands District continues to spread along the mountain peaks in the Blaauwklippen area.
Mpumalanga Premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane has made four changes to her cabinet.
Six people were killed in a fire at a gold mine in eastern China’s Shandong province, state media reported on Wednesday, with the local government announcing anew campaign to shut down unsafe facilities following recent accidents.
The fire has been burning in the mountains between Grootvadersbos and Barrydale for about a week now.
An investigation is under way into the cause of a fire at one of the buildings at the Carletonville hospital west of Johannesburg in which Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), linen and other health items were burnt.
A suspected suicide car bomb exploded on Sunday in Somalia’s capital and was followed by a shootout between militants and security forces at a hotel, causing an unknown number of casualties, witnesses and authorities said.