According to a report Limpopo Education MEC Dickson Masemola contributed to his bankrupt department’s “pathetic” state of affairs – and an unauthorised expenditure bill of R2.2 billion last year, and R25 million a year on phone bills.
The Al Quds Foundation SA are set to launch a health training facility at the Al Quds University in Gaza, as one of the many offshoot projects created after the opening of its new branch in Malaysia. The new offices aim to create awareness programmes around the Palestinian struggle and the challenges faced by the city of Al Quds.
Syria’s ambassador to Iraq, Nawah Al-Fares, defected on Wednesday in protest over President Bashar Assad’s violent suppression of a 16-month uprising as the UN Security Council remained deadlocked over the next steps in the crisis.
Seven years after the Palestinian civil society call for boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel was launched, the global BDS campaign has become stronger, more widespread, more effective and certainly more diverse than ever
SA healthcare activists have warned that the result of the court battle in question, between pharmaceuticals giant Novartis and the Indian government, could set a dangerous precedent that will impede local access to affordable drugs.
The Democratic Alliance has uncovered yet another dumping site for school textbooks that were meant for Limpopo students - seven months ago - spokesperson Desiree van der Walt said on Tuesday.
Thousands of driving licences could be deemed invalid if proposed amendments to the National Road Traffic Act become law.
LONDON: Two respected British media outlets on Tuesday turned attention towards the forgotten conflict of occupied Kashmir and the issue of mass graves in the valley, beset by separatist violence.
On the 17th anniversary of Europe's worst massacre since World War II, Muslims in Bosnia are heading to Srebrenica to attend a funeral for 520 newly identified victims.