South Africa 4.6.2015 05:52 pm

Tomorrow’s news today: the aftermath in Alex and SA pollution some of the worst in the world

Smoke billows from a coal-fired power plant in Gelsenkirchen, western Germany, on January 16, 2012

Smoke billows from a coal-fired power plant in Gelsenkirchen, western Germany, on January 16, 2012

Alex shootout: We have the updates and aftermath of the horrific domestic violence related killing in Alex where five people lost their lives. Amanda Watson investigates the increasing inability of SAPS to deal with domestic abuse and violence. Human Rights and repatriation: Lawyers for Human Rights have encountered repatriation problems and butted heads with authorities […]

Alex shootout:

We have the updates and aftermath of the horrific domestic violence related killing in Alex where five people lost their lives. Amanda Watson investigates the increasing inability of SAPS to deal with domestic abuse and violence.

Human Rights and repatriation:

Lawyers for Human Rights have encountered repatriation problems and butted heads with authorities after some of their clients, detained under operation Fiela, were repatriated.

Polution in SA:

With South Africa having fallen to 56th in the world’s competitiveness index, areas of our capitalist economy are showing signs of strain. Add to this the fact that South Africa’s levels of pollution from industrial activity are near the worst in the world, and business fronts do not appear to have all the answers at present.

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