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02 August 2018 4:10 AM US man says 'voices' made him kill New York date, admits LA attack

A man accused of killing a New York City woman he met on a dating app says voices in his head made him do it. Danueal Drayton spoke to a reporter with New York's Daily News who visited him at a Los Angeles jail. In an interview published on Tuesday, Drayton says he remembers strangling Queens nurse Samantha Stewart two weeks ago. Drayton was arrested 26

28 July 2018 6:35 AM Kanye West reveals suicidal thoughts in series of tweets

Cape Town – Rapper Kanye West said that he was inspired to tweet about having suicidal thoughts after watching late fashion designer Alexander McQueen’s documentary, McQueen. In a series of tweets on Friday West said: “I saw the Alexander McQueen documentary and I connected with his journey. I know how it feels to want to take your life back into your own hands 58

21 July 2018 5:22 AM Top Africa stories: Beauty queen sentenced to death, Mnangagwa's medication at rally

A Kenyan court has sentenced a 24-year-old beauty queen to death for murdering her boyfriend by stabbing him 25 times, drawing criticism from rights groups who called the punishment "inhumane". Ruth Kamande, who won a prison beauty pageant while awaiting trial, slashed her partner Farid Mohammed, 24, to death in 2015 and was convicted in May. "I want young 59

20 July 2018 12:20 PM Burkina Faso captures 60 extremists near Mali, Niger border

Burkina Faso's army says its counter-terror forces have captured at least 60 extremists along the border with Mali and Niger during operations conducted since July 8. The military said on Thursday its forces also dismantled several extremist bases and seized explosives. The border with Mali and Niger is home to jihadists who kidnap and kill officials 25

11 July 2018 11:32 AM Criticise us, but give us a chance, SAA CEO implores South Africans

It is very important that South Africans give the new board and management at South African Airways (SAA) the opportunity to turn the national airline around financially, CEO Vuyani Jarana told Fin24 on Wednesday. "South Africans must support the airline. I can only shape its future, since I was not involved with what happened at the airline in the past. Yet there 25

28 June 2018 12:04 PM Egypt police kill 4 suspected militants, official says

An Egyptian security official says police have killed four suspected militants in a shootout with forces in a southern province. He says the militants were killed in an exchange of fire as security forces raided their hideout in the town al-Ghanaim in Assiut province, some 40km south of the capital Cairo. The official spoke on Wednesday on condition 20

27 June 2018 5:10 AM Peter-Paul Ngwenya returns to court after contravening Fani Titi’s protection order

Businessman Peter-Paul Ngwenya will appear in the Randburg Magistrate's Court on Wednesday after he contravened a protection order obtained by Investec chairperson Fani Titi. Ngwenya, who spent almost five years on Robben Island during apartheid, faces a charge of crimen injuria after he called Titi a k****r in an SMS meant for Titi's business partner 26

25 June 2018 2:39 PM Henri van Breda's appeal application delayed

Henri van Breda's application for leave to appeal his triple murder conviction has been delayed as his defence and the State need time to prepare, the Western Cape National Prosecuting Authority confirmed on Monday. Originally set to be heard on Wednesday, the matter will now be on the Western Cape High Court roll on August 14, spokesperson Eric Ntabazalila 23

21 June 2018 2:37 PM Potch woman and alleged lover in court after death threats

A married woman from Potchefstroom has been refused bail on charges of conspiracy to commit murder, while one of her co-accused, allegedly her lover, was let go with a warning. The woman, her alleged lover and a third suspect were arrested on 4 June after a charge of conspiracy to commit rape and murder had been laid against them at the Potchefstroom 25

20 June 2018 5:14 PM Study: Airstrikes kill 240 Libyan civilians since uprising

A new report says airstrikes have killed at least 242 civilians in Libya since the 2011 uprising that toppled and later killed dictator Moammar Gaddafi. Airwars, a London-based watchdog group, and New America, a Washington-based think tank, say they have documented more than 2 000 airstrikes reportedly conducted between September 2012 and June 2018 in Libya 22