Monthly Archives: June 2016

South Africa Rocked By Fresh Protests

South Africa has been rocked by fresh protests with Cape Town residents torching two Golden Arrow buses on the N2 highway on Wednesday night.

Residents of Barcelona informal settlements took …

South Africa: Late Musician Mgqumeni’s Impersonator Jailed for Rape

Sibusiso Gcabashe has been sentenced to 22 years in prison for impersonating late Maskandi musician Khulekani ‘Mgqumeni’ Khumalo.

The Maskandi muso impersonator made headlines in 2012 after claiming to be …

South Africa: DJ Black Coffee to Work with U.S. Singer Alicia Keys

Nkosinathi Maphumulo, popularly known as DJ Black Coffee, is set to collaborate with award-winning singer-songwriter, Alicia Keys.

According to Sunday Times, DJ Black Coffee confirmed that the pair are working …

South Africa: Grahamstown Comes Alive With Arts

The university town of Grahamstown will once again play host to the National Arts Festival.

This spectacular is one of the biggest highlights on South Africa’s cultural calendar. Over 50 …

EU Contributes Euros 15M to PA Salaries and Pensions

The European Union announced on Sunday a contribution of Euros 15.0 million to the payment of May salaries and pensions of over 66,000 Palestinian civil servants and pensioners in the …

Weather Forecast: Mainly Sunny, Clear Skies to Prevail

Weather on Thursday is sunny and clear and temperatures are expected to slightly rise, approaching three Celsius degrees above the seasonal average, said Palestine Meteorological Department.

Wind is northwesterly to …

South Africa: Seven Obstacles to Ending Rape Culture

The Soul City Institute held a panel discussion on sexual violence and women’s voices on Wednesday morning at their offices in Johannesburg. The four panellists who took part were Unathi …