CAPW TOWN, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says it is critical that a Judicial Commission of Inquiry into State capture be established without any delay, referring to the exercise of undue … Read More

Safer Festive Season Operations: criminals feeling the heat

Over thirty laptops, tablets and fraudulent documents possibly belonging to banks, medical institutes and a security company, are among items recovered yesterday by the Ekurhuleni Central Tactical Team when they … Read More

UN and Africa: MINUSMA, climate-ready communities and the Nepalese Formed Police Unit in South Sudan

“We will succeed” pledges force commander of deadly Mali mission

The man in charge of blue helmets serving at the United Nation’s deadliest peacekeeping mission, which is facing serious shortfalls … Read More

Minister Michael Masutha: Parole decision on offender Janus Walus

Parole decision on offender Janus Walus

Members of the media

Today I announce my decision on the parole application of Janus Walus, an offender incarcerated in our correctional centre who … Read More

2 Shot Dead in Somaliland as Opposition Party Calls Voting Rigged

At least two people were killed in post-election violence Thursday in the breakaway republic of Somaliland, after one of the two opposition parties claimed “massive” polling irregularities.

Hundreds of angry … Read More


PRETORIA, The Hero of the Republic of Cuba Antonio Guerrero is one a visit to Namibia, leading a delegation that reviews with authorities the cooperation in the construction sector provided … Read More

S. Sudan President Reconciles With Former Army Chief

WASHINGTON / JUBA South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir and his former army chief of staff apparently have reconciled, a week after a tense standoff in Juba threatened to escalate into … Read More

Cabinet welcomes SKA achievements

Cabinet has welcomed the economic spin-offs resulting from the focused investment in social development in the region of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA).

Communities neighbouring the SKA in the Northern … Read More