Archive for the ‘Entertainment’ Category

Egyptian Billionaire Denounces Saudi Corruption Crackdown

ROME Egyptian billionaire businessman Naguib Sawiris condemned on Friday a crackdown on graft in Saudi Arabia, saying the purge had undermined the rule of law in the Kingdom and would … Read More

UN WORKING TO ADDRESS SLAVERY, ABUSES AGAINST AFRICAN MIGRANTS, SECURITY COUNCIL TOLD

UNITED NATIONS, The United Nations is stepping up its work to stop the grave abuses perpetrated against refugees and migrants along the Central Mediterranean routes, including alleged slave trade in … Read More

SA economy tops agenda at Budget Council Lekgotla

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba on Monday convened a Budget Council Lekgotla, where South Africa’s economic developments were discussed at length.

Some of the issues discussed at the meeting include the … Read More

SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT TO ATTEND AU-EU SUMMIT IN ABIDJAN

PRETORIA, South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma leaves for Cote d’Ivoire Tuesday to attend the 5th African Union-European Union (AU-EU_ Summit to be held in Abidjan on Wednesday and Thursday under … Read More

MECs Debbie SchA�fer and Donald Grant encourage learners to celebrate responsibly

Joint statement by Minister of Education, Debbie SchA�fer and Minister of Transport and Public Works, Donald Grant

Tomorrow, Tuesday 28th November 2017, National Senior Certificate (NSC) Candidates will write their … Read More

Most Ocean Plastic Pollution Carried by 10 Rivers

LONDON The equivalent of one garbage truck full of plastic waste is dumped into the world’s oceans every minute, equal to 8 million tons a year. New research suggests that … Read More

Pope Prays for ‘Seeds of Peace’ for South Sudan, DRC

VATICAN CITY Pope Francis on Thursday evening led a special prayer service in St. Peter’s Basilica for peace in South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Earlier this … Read More

Study: Earth’s Night Skies Getting Brighter

Goodbye, Moon. We don’t need you anymore.

The Earth’s night skies are getting brighter. A study published Wednesday in the journal Science Advances, finds the Earth’s artificially lit outdoor areas … Read More

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