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19 October 2017 7:07 AM South Africans In Tanzania Arrested For 'Promoting Homosexuality'

They could face 30 years to life imprisonment. Tanzanian police said on Wednesday they had arrested 12 men, including two South Africans and a Ugandan, for presumed homosexuality as part of an ongoing crackdown on gay people. "We arrested the criminals at (the hotel) Peacock — they were promoting homosexuality. Two are South Africans, one Ugandan and nine Tanzanians 17

19 October 2017 3:45 AM Zuma to unveil life-size OR Tambo statue

Johannesburg - President Jacob Zuma is expected to unveil a life-size statue of Oliver Reginald Tambo at the OR Tambo International Airport in Ekurhuleni, east of Johannesburg, on Thursday. The Presidency said in a statement released this week that the ceremony forms part of the OR Tambo centenary celebrations that are being held across the country under 12

18 October 2017 5:54 PM Tanzania arrests 12 for 'homosexuality' in Dar es Salaam

Nairobi - Tanzanian police said on Wednesday they had arrested 12 men, including two South Africans and a Ugandan, for presumed homosexuality as part of an ongoing crackdown against gays. "We arrested the criminals at (the hotel) Peacock - they were promoting homosexuality. Two are South Africans, one Ugandan and nine Tanzanians," Dar es Salaam police 17

18 October 2017 8:52 AM Cabinet reshuffle: Zuma overestimates his own power

Jacob Zuma is an incapable and undeserving president of a complex constitutional democracy. He liked the system for allowing him to rise to the top. But he neither understands nor likes how it operates. Zuma enjoys the trappings of the office of the Presidency. But he hates the constraints that come with it. He loves power, but he is irritated by the systems 17

18 October 2017 7:32 AM PICS: President Xi outlines plans for 'great modern socialist China'

Beijing - The heavens opened here as Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered his opening address as the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) officially got underway today. In Chinese culture rain is seen as a good omen and is associated with its national symbol the dragon. Tiananmen Square became a giant parking lot for business 20

14 October 2017 6:09 AM Vodacom will support eSIM in new Apple Watch

Vodacom is ready to support devices with embedded SIMs in South Africa, the company told MyBroadband. eSIMs let users easily switch between operators without needing to swap physical SIM cards. While the Pixel 2 is not currently expected to launch in South Africa, the Apple Watch Series 3 GPS is confirmed for SA – however, this model does not feature 28

12 October 2017 2:30 PM Springbok No 8 headache continues as Whiteley out of Euro tour

CAPE TOWN – The ongoing conjecture at No 8 will continue for Springbok coach Allister Coetzee on the end-of-year tour after regular captain Warren Whiteley was officially ruled out of the November trip on Thursday. Coetzee was still hopeful that his first-choice No 8 would be able to travel next month for Tests against Ireland (November 11), France (November 30

12 October 2017 11:25 AM KZN storm declared a provincial disaster

Durban - The KwaZulu-Natal provincial cabinet has officially declared Tuesday's storm a provincial disaster, following the devastating impact the heavy rains had on several districts across the province. "We met this morning as provincial cabinet and officially declared it a provincial disaster. We will be going to national to see how we have funding 46

08 October 2017 11:51 PM Swiss aid worker abducted in Darfur

The kidnapping, the first such reported incident since the UN began to reduce its troop numbers in Darfur, comes just days after Washington lifted a 20-year-old trade embargo on Khartoum. The Swiss foreign ministry told AFP in Geneva in an email that it was “aware of the case of a Swiss woman kidnapped in Sudan (Darfur)”. “Our local representatives are in contact 36

07 October 2017 7:40 PM Internal competition over, says new DA WC leader Madikizela

Bonginkosi Madikizela was officially announced as the new DA leader in the province on Saturday, after acting in the position since January. CAPE TOWN – Western Cape Human Settlements MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela says internal contestation in the party is over, now that the provincial leadership race has been concluded. The party held its Provincial Elective 61