29 March 2020   3. Sha'aban 1441
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Sheikh Sudais encourages Ladies to pray at homeSheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, head of the Presidency for Two Holy Mosques, has called on all pilgrims and worshippers to uphold the sanctity of the two holy mosques. He reminded women worshippers at the mosque that it is better for them to stay in their homes.

Johannesburg - Several ambulances and paramedic cars were snowed in at Nottingham Road on the N3 on Wednesday morning, after responding to an accident, KwaZulu-Natal paramedics said.

SA freezes in blanket snow On Tuesday morning there were reports of snow falling in Vereeniging, Carltonville and other areas in the Vaal region came in
Mountains in the Western Cape were covered in snow on Monday and temperatures were extremely low across the country.

More textbooks found dumped in LimpopoAmid the on-going textbook debacle, Limpopo police have discovered more than 5 000 school books in good condition dumped in the veld in Majeje.

Syria: Prime Minister ‘defects’ in new blow to AssadDAMASCUS: Syrian Prime Minister Riad Hijab has defected to the opposition, a monitoring group said on Monday, as state media announced the premier’s abrupt dismissal just two months after his appointment.

Philippines school bans hijabA Catholic-run school in the southern Philippines has caused controversy by banning Muslim students from wearing the hijab headscarf.

More cold weather heading for South AfricaThe SA Weather Service warned that parts of the country would experience some wintry weather on Monday and Tuesday with a maximum temperature of 8°C forecast for Johannesburg, reported Beeld.

ILO: SA labour laws not too rigidJohannesburg - The International Labour Organisation (ILO) believes labour market regulations are not too rigid in South Africa and cannot be blamed for high unemployment, it was reported on Monday.

‘ANC rejects blanket nationalism’Johannesburg - The ANC has rejected blanket nationalisation, President Jacob Zuma told Heads of Missions in Pretoria on Friday.

Education MECs back MotshekgaJohannesburg - Education MECs on Thursday reiterated their support for Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga amid calls for her resignation over the Limpopo textbook saga.

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