Elderly Couple Hacked to Death With Axe in Port Elizabeth

[News24Wire] An elderly couple believed to be in their seventies were hacked to death with an axe in their Summerstrand home in Port Elizabeth sometime between Sunday evening and Monday morning.

[News24Wire] An elderly couple believed to be in their seventies were hacked to death with an axe in their Summerstrand home in Port Elizabeth sometime between Sunday evening and Monday morning.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Elderly Couple Hacked to Death With Axe in Port Elizabeth

[News24Wire] An elderly couple believed to be in their seventies were hacked to death with an axe in their Summerstrand home in Port Elizabeth sometime between Sunday evening and Monday morning.

[News24Wire] An elderly couple believed to be in their seventies were hacked to death with an axe in their Summerstrand home in Port Elizabeth sometime between Sunday evening and Monday morning.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Genital Mutilator Convicted of Numerous Crimes

[News24Wire] Danish citizen and former Bloemfontein gun dealer Peter Frederiksen was on Monday found guilty on most of the 38 charges he faced in the Bloemfontein High Court. Judge Johann Daffue found Frederiksen guilty on a charge of rape, possession …

[News24Wire] Danish citizen and former Bloemfontein gun dealer Peter Frederiksen was on Monday found guilty on most of the 38 charges he faced in the Bloemfontein High Court. Judge Johann Daffue found Frederiksen guilty on a charge of rape, possession and production of child pornography, assault and fraud.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Harare Mayor, Councillors Clash

[The Herald] Harare Mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni has clashed with councillors over his decision to reject the city’s $328,2 million 2018 budget over hidden costs and expenditure contained in the financial plan.

[The Herald] Harare Mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni has clashed with councillors over his decision to reject the city's $328,2 million 2018 budget over hidden costs and expenditure contained in the financial plan.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ex-Guards Nabbed for Theft of Solar Panels

[New Era] Windhoek -Two former security guards at Woermann Brock were arrested for allegedly stealing six large solar panels from the supermarket in Katutura over the weekend. It is claimed that the suspects, aged 19, 20 and 22, have been stealing sola…

[New Era] Windhoek -Two former security guards at Woermann Brock were arrested for allegedly stealing six large solar panels from the supermarket in Katutura over the weekend. It is claimed that the suspects, aged 19, 20 and 22, have been stealing solar panels from the same supermarket since April.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Western Cape Agriculture Announces 2017 Top Agricultural Employee

[Govt of SA] The 2017 winner of the Western Cape Prestige Agri Awards, Hermanus Bienas, wants to improve the lives of residents working in the agriculture sector.

[Govt of SA] The 2017 winner of the Western Cape Prestige Agri Awards, Hermanus Bienas, wants to improve the lives of residents working in the agriculture sector.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

President Calls for ‘Hands-On’ Technical Skills

[The Herald] President Mugabe has challenged tertiary institutions to focus more on training graduates, who can practically apply their technical knowledge in various fields that help to develop the economy.

[The Herald] President Mugabe has challenged tertiary institutions to focus more on training graduates, who can practically apply their technical knowledge in various fields that help to develop the economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

World of Investigative Journalists Descends On Johannesburg

[Daily Maverick] It could not be better timing: 1,100 of the world’s most troublesome journalists will roll into Johannesburg in two weeks from 130 countries for the Global Investigative Journalism Conference. It is enough to keep the Zuptas awake at n…

[Daily Maverick] It could not be better timing: 1,100 of the world's most troublesome journalists will roll into Johannesburg in two weeks from 130 countries for the Global Investigative Journalism Conference. It is enough to keep the Zuptas awake at night - perhaps even during Budget speeches. By ANTON HARBER.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa