Daily Archives: May 4, 2019

Lawsuits Filed Against Boeing on Behalf of Humanitarian Leaders in Africa In Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 Fatal 737-8 MAX Crash

Physician Carlo Spini, President of Africa Tremila, and his wife Gabriella Viciani, were killed en route to a mission in Kenya to administer healthcare programs  

NEW YORK, May 4, 2019 …

Four Hurt as Protesters, Army Clash in Darfur

KHARTOUM, SUDAN Violence erupted Saturday when crowds of protesters from a camp for displaced people in Darfur clashed with soldiers and paramilitary forces, wounding four security personnel, state media reported. …

News: Tshwane Police arrest more than ninety wanted suspects during Operation O Kae Molao

PARKTOWN – Tshwane Police led by District Commissioner, Major General Daniel Mthombeni continued with operation O Kae Molao on the streets of Tshwane by tracing and raiding wanted suspects last …

48 Parties Aiming for Parliament in South Africa Poll

JOHANNESBURG It’s going to be a colorful election in the Rainbow Nation.

Whether you’re a Leninite, a free-market capitalist, a right-winger, an outspoken lefty, a Shariah-law fundamentalist or just a …

48 Parties Aiming for Parliament in South Africa Poll

JOHANNESBURG It’s going to be a colorful election in the Rainbow Nation.

Whether you’re a Leninite, a free-market capitalist, a right-winger, an outspoken lefty, a Shariah-law fundamentalist or just a …

Mpumalanga Provincial Commissioner urges community not to take law into their own hands

NELSPRUIT – The Provincial Commissioner of the South African Police Service in Mpumalanga, Lieutenant General Mondli Zuma hereby urges members of the community not to take the law into their …

News: Provincial suspects raid nets close to 300 suspects

POTCHEFSTROOM – Detectives in the province arrested 283 suspects for various offences during suspect raiding between Tuesday, 30 April and Wednesday, 1 May 2019.

The suspects included 108 held for …