Businessperson Andre Hanekom was diagnosed with pneumonia, but his wife says there was blood in his urine and his vocal cords were destroyed.
Poison is the cause of South African businessperson Andre Hanekom’s death yesterday in police custody in Mozambique, his wife Francis claimed, saying he was bleeding under his skin.
The man sustained severe burns to his face, chest and leg.
Project Halo is the preferred bidder but two late entrants have thrown their hats in the ring.
Library and Archives Canada announced Wednesday it had acquired a rare 1944 book that once belonged to Adolf Hitler.
Acting Judge Anthony Millar referred the complaint against retired Judge Ferdi Preller back to the Judicial Conduct Committee for reconsideration.
It should serve as a warning to other men who abused and killed their partners that severe sentences would be meted out, the judge said.
Phetole Mampeule, who is also spokesperson for the Modjadji royal family, was allegedly speeding at the time of the accident.
In the race to find an Australian role model that has demonstrated hard work, grit and honesty in the last year, one Aussie paper has decided the only one in the running is a horse.
Japanese noodle firm Nissin announced Thursday it was scrapping an “anime” advert featuring tennis star Naomi Osaka, after portraying the half-Haitian player with pale skin, sparking accusations of “whitewashing.”
There has never been a better time to indulge your inner green-eyed monster.
Properly fermented kombucha aids digestion, assists with cognitive function and boosts immunity.
Chemical peels are a popular way to shed the signs of December decadence and have become more affordable.
Choosing the best on show is a popular pastime, but the worst gadgets also deserve their moment of infamy.