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- We Are One+Together presents Mr. Gay Syria Campaign for Asylum & “War Within” Film by Zaher Saleh
- Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General
- UNDP committed to supporting Libya during “difficult juncture”
- Investing in Africa’s Future: Opportunities for Youth
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters says her department is in the process of finalising a new policy on scholar transport aimed at improving road safety for vulnerable pupils.
Speaking at the third Africa Road Safety Seminar in Cape Town on Tuesday,…
KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu will on Wednesday release the report of the Road Traffic Inspectorate (RTI). The RTI Commission of Inquiry was appointed to investigate and report on the recruitment process which resulted in the death of eight prospective candidates…
ZIMBABWEANS living and working in South Africa heaved a huge sigh of relief Tuesday after Pretoria extended by a further three years special permits issued in 2010.
The announcement put to an end the anxiety that had gripped thousands of…
Porn and who gets to screen and watch it has always been a controversial issue in South Africa. In fact, this week the Cape High Court is hearing an application by the Justice Alliance of South Africa and two other…
Eye-wateringly slow run-rates on a pitch that was as stodgy as stale pudding might not have won over fans in Zimbabwe, but South Africa’s means were justified in the end when they claimed a nine-wicket win in Harare.
The Congress of South African Trade Unions held a special meeting of its Central Executive Committee on Tuesday 12 August 2014, at COSATU House, Braamfontein, attended by the National Office Bearers, leaders of affiliated unions and provincial structures. Among the…
Elements of a Libyan militia last week attacked the military site of the joint Sudanese-Libyan forces in Kufra, near the border, and ordered the troops to vacate the base.Read more
The Sudanese government announced the attack on the Kufra base on …
More than 147,000 persons from 74 nationalities, including 12,300 Egyptians crossed the Ras Jedir border post since the outbreak of the crisis and violence in Libya, TAP news agency correspondent in the region noted, Monday.Read more
The flocking of persons, particularly …