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20 March 2018 12:21 PM 20 dead as powerful storm hits Madagascar

Antananarivo - A powerful tropical storm that lashed the island of Madagascar has left 20 people dead and affected 19 000 more, according to an official toll. The storm also closed several national highways that were flooded by the heavy rain, the country's disaster management office said late Monday. In a previous toll late Sunday it said 17 people 18

16 March 2018 5:01 PM #News24 ICYMI: NPA to prosecute Zuma; Rainbow polony cleared of listeria – RCL Foods; and 20-year-old smashes Wayde's 200m SA record

Cape Town – The National Prosecuting Authority boss Shaun Abrahams has no choice but to charge Jacob Zuma, writes Adriaan Basson, the "world's most comfortable shoe" is now made from South African trees and an emirates hostess who "fell off" a plane bound for Dubai dies. The NPA will prosecute former president Jacob Zuma on 16 charges of corruption 30

16 March 2018 6:19 AM Australian minister Dutton is 'an out-and-out racist'

Cape Town - A political storm has erupted in Australia over comments by home affairs minister Peter Dutton that the country would welcome white South African farmers. Dutton recently said white farmers are facing "horrific circumstances" of land seizures and violence in South Africa and wanted his department to investigate bringing them to Australia 19

16 March 2018 4:49 AM Three major mistakes Tiger Brands made in response to the listeriosis crisis

TIGER BRANDS, the South African food giant at the centre of the listeriosis storm engulfing the country, is facing serious brand erosion as a result of the way it handled the unfolding crisis. Tiger Brands was thrown into the centre of the listeriosis storm after South Africa’s National Institute for Communicable Diseases announced that its investigation 24

13 March 2018 5:35 AM WATCH: Varsity Cup fan protest turns ugly

Cape Town - Chaotic scenes blighted Monday night’s Varsity Cup match between the NMMU Madibaz and Maties in Port Elizabeth. The game was halted eight minutes into the second half due to a pitch invasion. Maties were leading 19-0 at the time and were awarded the victory when the match was officially called off. According to the HeraldLIVE website, members 24

19 February 2018 6:44 PM City of Cape Town welcomes 'major court victory for preservation of water sources'

Cape Town – A ruling by the Western Cape High Court has been described as "a watershed ruling" for the preservation of Cape Town's rivers, floodplains, and wetlands. The judgment refers to a case in which the City approached the courts to order Really Useful Investments, a developer of the Hout Bay Beach Club, to remove infilling material from the floodplain 38

16 February 2018 9:00 AM PICS: An inside look at the $24m mansion a coffee company heir built

After graduating from the University of Miami in 1965, he worked in other industries and then rejoined the business, Rowland Coffee Roasters, in 1973. Over the years, Souto, his father, and two brothers grew the company, which included the brands Cafe Bustelo and Cafe Pilon, into a company whose sales surpassed $110m in 2010. In 2011, Souto and his siblings 110

14 February 2018 4:50 PM Philippines storm death roll rises to 9

Manila - The death toll from a tropical storm that struck the Philippines has risen to nine, officials said on Wednesday, as some of the thousands of displaced residents returned home with floods receding. Landslides and flash floods brought by Tropical Storm Sanba struck the main southern island of Mindanao on Tuesday and killed eight people, the civil 36

12 February 2018 7:21 AM Blackout hits northern Puerto Rico following fire, explosion

San Juan — An explosion and fire at an electric substation threw much of northern Puerto Rico into darkness late on Sunday in a setback for the US territory's efforts to fully restore power more than five months after Hurricane Maria started the longest blackout in US history. The island's Electric Power Authority said several municipalities were without 36

11 February 2018 8:04 AM Indiana county records 4 deaths in 48 hours from moving snow

Indianapolis - A county near Chicago has recorded four deaths related to moving snow in the 48 hours following a major winter storm. Lake County, Indiana, Coroner Merrilee Frey, said on Saturday that the deaths were related to shoveling or snowblowing. She issued an urgent message asking residents to be careful while moving snow. The Chicago Tribune 32