The United Nations has expressed its grave concern over allegations against four SANDF peacekeepers that stand accused of sexual exploitation and abuse in addition to a separate case of physical violence perpetrated against a 17-year old boy in the DRC.
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has vowed to root out a deeply-entrenched and complicated syndicate that operates along South Africa’s borderline.
Deputy Minister of Public Enterprises Ben Martins says suspended Eskom Head of Legal Services Susan Daniels’ version of events related to the meeting with the Ajay Gupta are not consistent.
Illegal goods worth nearly R500 000 have been seized at a roadblock in Komartipoort, Mpumalanga. National Police Commissioner, General Khehla Sitole, joined Saps, traffic officers and members of the SANDF, as part of the festive season clampdown operation.
The South African National Defence Union (SANDU) has condemned the illegal evictions of residents from the abandoned Marivale military base in Nigel, east of Johannesburg.
Various opposition parties in the South African Parliament say Zimbabweans have to hold both President Robert Mugabe and the entire Zimbabwe African People’s Union party accountable.
President Robert Mugabe is reportedly digging in, saying he is the only legitimate ruler and wants to finish his term as head of state, this as negotiations are currently underway in Zimbabwe for a possible way out of the crisis after the military took charge of the country this week. South African President Jacob Zuma […]
Nobody is safe from the rages of Zimbabwe’s First Lady, “Dr. Amai” Grace Mugabe.
Army tanks have reportedly been seen heading towards Zimbabwe’s capital city, Harare, heightening fears of a possible army take over.
Cameroon has launched a probe into recent deadly violence linked to a symbolic declaration of independence in the west African nation’s English-speaking region, the defence minister said Friday.