23.6.2019 10:08 am
A ‘hit squad’ led by Amhara’s security chief Asaminew Tsige burst into a meeting on Saturday, injuring regional president Ambachew Mekonnen and another top official, who both died of their wounds.
Ethiopia's army chief was shot dead by his bodyguard just hours after an attempted coup in Amhara state left the regional president and another top adviser dead, a spokesperson for the prime minister said on Sunday.
Sars boss urges registered taxpayers to use eFiling or the new Sars MobiApp to file their income tax returns from July 1.
The pupil was fatally stabbed after leaving the school after writing an exam.
The Conservative leader won praise for her determination and ability to survive what often felt like a three-year political crisis since the referendum vote.
It has also been reported that Baleka Mbete has withdrawn from the parliamentary list for the ANC.
The university said via e-mail that the discussion was postponed following a risk assessment.
Most SABC radio stations are running on auto-pilot as staff have had to evacuate the building following an alleged diesel spillage.
ER24 paramedics and authorities are on the scene in the Johannesburg CBD.
Schools across the south of Israel were cancelled and are expected to remain closed over the next few days.
The senior City Press reporter’s passing has been confirmed by a family member.
Koko Sarah Malema passed away on Saturday morning at her home in Seshego, Polokwane.
The former owners and management of the company are fighting to regain control of the business they built, but Pepkor says the shops will still operate.
The man was taken into custody with another alleged spy as authorities probed whether they were tied to the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi last October.
Gift of the Givers says the photojournalist’s family is full of hope that he will be returned to them.
Robert Kyagulanyi’s attempt to reach a concert venue on the shores of Lake Victoria was blocked by police, who fired tear gas and a water cannon at his convoy.