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The application claims that the closing of churches has left “spiritual workers (pastors) in hunger, together with their families”.
Machine-gun wielding fighters from Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) attacked the base in the town of Marte in the Lake Chad area overnight Friday into Saturday, two sources said.
Hundreds of people were queuing at the offices to renew their temporary disability grants. Around 200 000 people countrywide have had to reapply for these grants.
Hoedspruit resident, David de Beer recently found a pride of lions on his front porch and shared the videos on social media.
Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas’s decree followed renewed unity talks between his secular Fatah party and its longtime rivals, the militant Islamist organisation Hamas.

Eish! Secret Service agents not allowed to use Ivanka and Jared’s 6.5 bathrooms

Our weekly roundup of offbeat stories from around the world.

Covid-19 Here’s how South Africa failed to get its act together on vaccines

The elephant in the room is that the government has set a target of immunising two thirds of the population but it hasn’t as yet secured the 80 million doses this would require.

World Hunt for buried survivors after Indonesia quake

At least 46 people died after the 6.2-magnitude quake struck in the early hours of Friday, triggering panic among residents of the island, which was hit by a 2018 quake-tsunami disaster that killed thousands.

Crime Gang members arrested after gang rape, murder of Port Elizabeth teen

The first five suspects had gang affiliations and were aged between 18 and 33.

Environment Kataza the baboon to be moved… again

Kataza is expected to be captured on Sunday and will undergo tests before being transported to Limpopo.

Environment WATCH: Military helicopter rescues Lochvaal family from flood

Residents around the Rietspruit in Lochvaal have been urged to head to higher ground as more severe flooding is expected.

Africa Wine under ‘house arrest’ as Uganda’s Museveni extends rule with disputed election win

The election took place after one of the most violent campaigns in years, with harassment and arrests of the opposition, attacks on the media and the deaths of at least 54 people.

Africa Who is Uganda’s Yoweri Museveni, one of Africa’s longest serving leaders?

Shortly after Museveni took power in 1986, ending years of bloodshed and chaos under murderous tyrants, the young president mused that leaders overstaying their welcome lay at the heart of Africa’s problems.

Society Social grant queuers: R50 to get your R350

Sometimes knives are drawn as “agents” fight for their place in the Covid-19 grant queue.

Africa Uganda’s Museveni on track for sixth term as president

The country’s election commission announced that with 91.1 percent of polling stations reporting results, Museveni had 58.8 percent of votes, while former popstar Bobi Wine had 34.5 percent.

South Africa Ramaphosa to deliver Bapedi king Victor Thulare’s eulogy

King Thulare has been designated a Special Official Funeral Category 1 funeral.

South Africa Alleged hijacker shot dead in Pretoria

The shooting took place on the R101 near Monument Park on Thursday evening.

World Everything you need to know about India’s mega vaccine drive

Over the coming months, India aims to inoculate around a quarter of the population, or 300 million people.

Education Independent schools turn to online learning as govt delays opening schools

Some independent schools opened this week, but the majority are due to reopen on 18 January.




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