Daily Archives: January 8, 2019

Police are looking for the parents of a week old baby

The Pinetown Family Violence Child Protection and Sexual Offences Unit appeals to the community of Hillcrest and surrounding areas for assistance in locating the parents of a one-week-old baby boy who was

SOUTH AFRICA IMPROVES 2018 INDEX OF ECONOMIC FREEDOM

PRETORIA, Brand South Africa has welcomed South Africa's improvement in the 2018 Index of Economic Freedom.

This comes after the Heritage Foundation has ranked South African 77th out of 100 world countries in

Police looking for assistance in locating missing mother and son

NELSPRUIT � Police in Mpumalanga are looking for assistance in locating a 48 year old woman and her 07 year old son, who were reported as missing yesterday, 07 January 2018, at

Five suspects arrested for cable theft, possession of dangerous ...

Patrolling of known cable theft and robbery hot spots by members of Rondebosch SAPS led to the arrest of five male suspects aged between 18 and 38 on charges of possession of

Darkening Prospects: Global Economy to Slow to 2.9 percent in 2019 as ...

Global economic growth is projected to soften from a downwardly revised 3 percent in 2018 to 2.9 percent in 2019 amid rising downside risks to the outlook, the World Bank said on

Mankweng SAPS conducts crime awareness campaign with Radio Turf

The South African Police Service in Mankweng outside Polokwane through the Station Communication Officer, Captain Mohlaka Mashiane have today on 2019-01-08 conducted a live interview on crime awareness campaign with Radio Turf.

The

Congo Opposition Campaign Says It Is Talking With Kabila Camp on ...

KINSHASA A Congolese presidential candidate's representatives have met with outgoing President Joseph Kabila's camp to ensure a peaceful transfer of power, they said on Tuesday.

Kabila's camp denied any such meetings had occurred

Global Campaign Urges People to Run in Refugees’ Shoes

GENEVA A new global campaign aims to sensitize the world to the plight of refugees by urging people to step into their shoes and clock the number of kilometers they need to