Warning After Few Drowning Incidents Were Noted On Eastern Cape Beaches

[SAPS] While the Eastern Cape Province is in a festive mood and police are doing their utmost best to keep crime and criminals at bay, we have noted with great concern an increase of drowning incidents on some of our beaches in the province. The warm w…

[SAPS] While the Eastern Cape Province is in a festive mood and police are doing their utmost best to keep crime and criminals at bay, we have noted with great concern an increase of drowning incidents on some of our beaches in the province. The warm weather and the recent rains have made swimming one of the alternative ways of enjoying summer by swimming in dams, lakes, rivers and beaches throughout the province. While swimming is enjoyable, caution should be exercise as it is dangerous and can often result in d

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

French President Emmanuel Macron Visits Counterterrorism Troops in Niger

[Deutsche Welle] President Emmanuel Macron has visited French counterterrorism troops based in Niger who are tackling extremists in the Sahel. He stressed the need for development programs to tackle the root causes of extremism.

[Deutsche Welle] President Emmanuel Macron has visited French counterterrorism troops based in Niger who are tackling extremists in the Sahel. He stressed the need for development programs to tackle the root causes of extremism.

source: AllAfrica News: Niger

Bumper Zimbabwe Harvest Prompts Bigger Bet On ‘Command Agriculture’

[IRIN] Zimbabwe is expected to harvest 2.1 million metric tonnes of maize this year after good rains followed successive El Niño-induced droughts. For the first time in many seasons the country will be able to feed itself and not require commercial imports or food aid. But is this the result of good fortune or good policy?

[IRIN] Zimbabwe is expected to harvest 2.1 million metric tonnes of maize this year after good rains followed successive El Niño-induced droughts. For the first time in many seasons the country will be able to feed itself and not require commercial imports or food aid. But is this the result of good fortune or good policy?

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

South Korea Urges Seychelles to Support Disarmament Push in Face of Nuclear Threats

[Seychelles News Agency] South Korea is urging Seychelles to support its cause for peaceful disarmament in the face of the nuclear threat from North Korea during an end-of-the-year visit to the island nation.

[Seychelles News Agency] South Korea is urging Seychelles to support its cause for peaceful disarmament in the face of the nuclear threat from North Korea during an end-of-the-year visit to the island nation.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

Emerging Artists Showcase Their Work in Cape Town Gallery

[SAnews.gov.za] The Summer Show Exhibition for emerging artists, currently on at the Art.b Gallery inside the Bellville Library in the City of Cape Town, is an opportunity to showcase works by new and often under-resourced artists.

[SAnews.gov.za] The Summer Show Exhibition for emerging artists, currently on at the Art.b Gallery inside the Bellville Library in the City of Cape Town, is an opportunity to showcase works by new and often under-resourced artists.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

New Police Constables Maintain High Visibility At Shopping Malls in the Zf Mcgau Cluster

[SAPS] The Cluster Commander of ZF Mcgau, Major General Kolie Matthys has welcomed the new Constables who recently completed their basic police training at the Police Training Academy. He indicated that the Constable’s foot patrols have impacted positi…

[SAPS] The Cluster Commander of ZF Mcgau, Major General Kolie Matthys has welcomed the new Constables who recently completed their basic police training at the Police Training Academy. He indicated that the Constable's foot patrols have impacted positively with regard to fighting property crimes at business premises.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

169 Suspects Held Through Safer Festive Season Operations

[SAPS] Potchefstroom -The police in the province were hard at work through Safer Festive Season operations to ensure that members of the community are and feel safe. This was evident when 169 suspects were arrested between Friday, 22 and Monday, 26 Dec…

[SAPS] Potchefstroom -The police in the province were hard at work through Safer Festive Season operations to ensure that members of the community are and feel safe. This was evident when 169 suspects were arrested between Friday, 22 and Monday, 26 December 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Safer Festive Season Operations Continues in Eastern Cape

[SAPS] On 2017-12-25 members from the Crime Prevention Unit were busy with their daily high visibility patrols and focused at Nquba locality. The members then followed up positive information and on further investigation arrested a 34- year-old suspect…

[SAPS] On 2017-12-25 members from the Crime Prevention Unit were busy with their daily high visibility patrols and focused at Nquba locality. The members then followed up positive information and on further investigation arrested a 34- year-old suspect for the unlawful possession of dagga plants. All the other stations in the Cluster is still daily continuing with "Operation Safer Festive Season" that include enhanced police visibility, traffic related offences and the policing of illegal liquor outlets. The Clus

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