Two Men Busted Dagga

[SAPS] This morning at 08:00, Mkhuze police assisted by Road Traffic Inspectorate officers conducted an intelligence driven operation where they arrested two suspects for possession of dagga. Police received an intelligence about a vehicle with two occ…

[SAPS] This morning at 08:00, Mkhuze police assisted by Road Traffic Inspectorate officers conducted an intelligence driven operation where they arrested two suspects for possession of dagga. Police received an intelligence about a vehicle with two occupants, transporting a number of bags containing dagga. Whilst conducting an operation, a Toyota Avanza was spotted near the Nkonkoni turn off and it was stopped and searched. Twelve bags of dagga weighing more than 90 kilograms were recovered and two suspects aged

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Tokyo Sexwale’s Report Frustrates Palestinian Hopes

[GroundUp] On Friday 27 October the FIFA council announced its decision to take no action on the issue of Israeli settler football clubs playing in the occupied Palestinian territories. This follows the presentation of the final report of the FIFA Moni…

[GroundUp] On Friday 27 October the FIFA council announced its decision to take no action on the issue of Israeli settler football clubs playing in the occupied Palestinian territories. This follows the presentation of the final report of the FIFA Monitoring Committee, chaired by ANC veteran and former SA Cabinet minister Tokyo Sexwale.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Alert – Another Storm Heading for KZN

[News24Wire] KwaZulu-Natal residents should brace themselves for inclement weather as the weekend kicks off following a storm warning from the South African Weather Service (SAWS).

[News24Wire] KwaZulu-Natal residents should brace themselves for inclement weather as the weekend kicks off following a storm warning from the South African Weather Service (SAWS).

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

President João Lourenço in Huíla

[ANGOP] Lubango -President João Lourenço landed in Lubango city, the capital of southern Huíla province, where he will preside over the main event of the celebration of the 42nd anniversary of Angola’s independence, 11 November.

[ANGOP] Lubango -President João Lourenço landed in Lubango city, the capital of southern Huíla province, where he will preside over the main event of the celebration of the 42nd anniversary of Angola's independence, 11 November.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Northern Cape Arts and Culture Hosts Artist Summit, 23 to 25 Nov

[Govt of SA] The Northern Cape Department of Sport , Arts and Culture in conjunction with the Cultural Industries Federation of South Africa (CIFSA) will be hosting an Artist Summit in Upington from the 23- 25 November 2017.

[Govt of SA] The Northern Cape Department of Sport , Arts and Culture in conjunction with the Cultural Industries Federation of South Africa (CIFSA) will be hosting an Artist Summit in Upington from the 23- 25 November 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Eight Suspects Arrested for Transporting Dagga

[SAPS] Last night at 22:30, Himeville Vispol members assisted by Bulwer SAPS conducted a sting operation where they arrested eight suspects for possession of dagga. The members were on operation when they followed up information of a vehicle a White Ni…

[SAPS] Last night at 22:30, Himeville Vispol members assisted by Bulwer SAPS conducted a sting operation where they arrested eight suspects for possession of dagga. The members were on operation when they followed up information of a vehicle a White Nissan bakkie transporting dagga on the Drakensburg Road in Underberg. They spotted the vehicle on R617 approaching Underberg which fitting the same description, the members tried to stop the vehicle but it drove away. They gave chase to the said vehicle from Underber

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Mogadishu Blast Could Bring About Renewed Conflict Prevention

[ISS] The attack in central Mogadishu on 14 October that killed more than 350 people has not drawn much attention from traditional or social media. Despite being the largest terror attack in Somali history, the now-common supportive hashtags disseminat…

[ISS] The attack in central Mogadishu on 14 October that killed more than 350 people has not drawn much attention from traditional or social media. Despite being the largest terror attack in Somali history, the now-common supportive hashtags disseminated globally after such deadly incidents - such as #PrayforMogadishu - are still not trending.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia