EIS Joint Operation Seize Drugs to the Value of R5000

[SAPS] On Friday, 16 June 2017, at approximately 21:00, an Ethekwini Inner South Cluster Task Team joint operation, together with Durban Metro and Shongweni K9, apprehended a 34 year-old drug dealer at his home in Bayview, after he was found in possess…

[SAPS] On Friday, 16 June 2017, at approximately 21:00, an Ethekwini Inner South Cluster Task Team joint operation, together with Durban Metro and Shongweni K9, apprehended a 34 year-old drug dealer at his home in Bayview, after he was found in possession of a variety of drugs to the value of R5000. The dealer was arrested by members after he was found in possession of 5 pieces of rock cocaine, 13 heroin capsules and 220 grams of dagga, the team also seized over R3000 of cash. The suspect was charged for being in

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Basson, Du Plessis Boost for WP

[News24Wire] Western Province have been boosted by the inclusion of backline stars Dan du Plessis and Bjorn Basson for their SuperSport Rugby Challenge encounter with Eagles in Oudtshoorn on Sunday.

[News24Wire] Western Province have been boosted by the inclusion of backline stars Dan du Plessis and Bjorn Basson for their SuperSport Rugby Challenge encounter with Eagles in Oudtshoorn on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

A Public Protector’s Job Is to Make Sure People Stick to the Law – Not to Change It

[The Conversation Africa] South Africa’s Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has directed a parliamentary portfolio committee to initiate proceedings to amend a clause in the country’s Constitution that sets out the primary aim of the country’s Reserve…

[The Conversation Africa] South Africa's Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has directed a parliamentary portfolio committee to initiate proceedings to amend a clause in the country's Constitution that sets out the primary aim of the country's Reserve Bank.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Overwhelming Workloads Leading to Unsupervised Post-Mortems

[News24Wire] Untrained forensic officers with only matric qualifications and driver’s licences have been dissecting organs from corpses at the Tygerberg mortuary without supervision for well over 10 years, a forensic officer has claimed.

[News24Wire] Untrained forensic officers with only matric qualifications and driver's licences have been dissecting organs from corpses at the Tygerberg mortuary without supervision for well over 10 years, a forensic officer has claimed.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Kwese Clinches Exclusive UEFA Deal

[Lesotho Times] FOOTBALL lovers in Lesotho and other African nations are set for a feast of Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) action on the Kwesé Sports television channel after Econet Media signed a four-year deal with UEFA to broadcast the UEFA EURO 2020 finals as well as the preceding qualifiers in all Sub-Saharan African countries excluding South Africa.

[Lesotho Times] FOOTBALL lovers in Lesotho and other African nations are set for a feast of Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) action on the Kwesé Sports television channel after Econet Media signed a four-year deal with UEFA to broadcast the UEFA EURO 2020 finals as well as the preceding qualifiers in all Sub-Saharan African countries excluding South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Govt Must Swiftly Act On Killings

[Lesotho Times] THERE is certainly no honeymoon period for the new Thomas Thabane-led four parties’ coalition government in the aftermath of his inauguration as Prime Minister last Friday.

[Lesotho Times] THERE is certainly no honeymoon period for the new Thomas Thabane-led four parties' coalition government in the aftermath of his inauguration as Prime Minister last Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Ethiopian Airlines Signs U.S.$1.5 Billion Deal With Engine Maker Rolls-Royce

[Nation] Ethiopian Airlines has signed a $1.5 billion dollar (Sh150 billion) deal with British engine maker Rolls-Royce as it continues to upgrade and expand its fleet to realise the ambition of dominating Africa’s skies.

[Nation] Ethiopian Airlines has signed a $1.5 billion dollar (Sh150 billion) deal with British engine maker Rolls-Royce as it continues to upgrade and expand its fleet to realise the ambition of dominating Africa's skies.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia