South Africa’s infrastructure is being stolen. The latest casualty is mobile-phone company MTH, which has announced that it has lost 53 cellphone towers in Gauteng, the country’s industrial heartland and had to shut them down.
The company said it was … Read the rest
A group of young Jewish settlers suspected of torching the Catholic Church of the Multiplication, on the spot where Jesus is believed to have performed a Biblical miracle, have been released without charge.
The church, located on the banks of … Read the rest
The High Court in Pretoria granted an urgent application on Tuesday interdicting the EFF or any other members of the public to deface monuments and statues across the country.
Neither the EFF nor its leader filed papers to oppose the … Read the rest
Education facilities in Limpopo – including four schools – built at a cost of R143-million are standing empty and being vandalised despite a desperate need for proper infrastructure in the province.
The provincial department of education allocated R106-million for the … Read the rest
Monday night on MSNBC’s “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell,” Missouri State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadali (D) said of the riots after the grand jury announcement that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson will not face charges for fatally shooting Michael Brown, … Read the rest
There is no logic in destroying one service in the course of demanding another, Minister in the Presidency Collins Chabane said on Thursday.
Briefing the media following Cabinet’s fortnightly meeting on Wednesday, he said the destruction of private and public … Read the rest
The Dimitrovs are the first nuisance neighbours to be moved forcibly to police-supervised accommodation as crowded Amsterdam steps up measures against anti-social behaviour.
Eberhard van der Laan, Amsterdam’s mayor, admitted that the removal of the family was a draconian measure … Read the rest