Some British nationals such as Claire Alexander have been stuck in South Africa for over a year because of the costly restrictions.
Algeria said it has closed its airspace to all Moroccan planes due to “provocations and hostile practices” by its neighbour.
Let’s hope Mogoeng Mogoeng’s next career move isn’t into the field of epidemiology – because his views on the vaccine are… unconventional.
The Taliban themselves were surprised at their swift victory and key central functions of the Afghan state have still not been restored.
Unemployed caregivers without an SA ID are now eligible for the R350 SASSA grant. Applicants must use the ‘7777’ they were assigned by SASSA to apply.
Tunisia media has speculated that Saied could propose a new constitution and electoral law for referendum, followed by new elections.
After years of erratic attendance and no staff for the past two months, nurses at the Lurwayizo clinic in Willowvale have now returned.
South Sudan has struggled to emerge from five years of civil war, and is battling chronic instability, economic chaos and a hunger crisis.
“We regret that the UK will take this position, and we really will call on them to review this,” John Nkengasong of the Africa CDC said.
If the EFF break the legal gathering limit at their planned rally on Sunday, the DA’s Natasha Mazzone won’t hesitate to ‘talk with the manager’…
Police in Gauteng arrested four suspects after a shootout with about 20 men in Soweto. Firearm ammunition and a rituals monkey was found.
The Hawks have arrested four government officials on suspicion of theft after diamonds went missing from the Kimberley jewellery academy.
The Supreme Court has ruled that the race based criteria requisite for Tourism Equity Fund relief to be provided to businesses is unlawful.
SA medical experts have dismissed claims that vaccines cause infertility and erectile dysfunction, and say efficacy has been proven overseas.
We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on Thursday 23 September 2021.
The South African Weather Service said the Heritage Day long weekend would be hot one. Several cities are expected to hit 30 degrees or warmer.
Regional government officials have also asked for South Africa to scrap its State of Disaster laws, once ‘a fast move to Level 1’ has been confirmed.
Although her name has come up on wish lists for key EU or United Nations posts, Merkel has said she will leave politics altogether.
After rising to prominence since her father’s arrest, Jacob Zuma’s daughter Duduzile is stirring controversy via her online platform once more.
Six suspects were arrested after they were caught with PRASA railway tracks. The police said the suspects also sold train lines to a scrapyard dealer
The call was the first between Biden and Macron since France recalled its ambassador over the surprise US-Australia submarine deal.
The NGO got a call from a dad living in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley who was feeling suicidal because he had four kids he could not afford to feed.
Lauren Dickason is believed to have killed her three children ‘using cable ties’ last week – but heartbroken dad Graham wants the public to forgive her.
Urban settlements are in life-threatening danger due to heatwaves in South Africa which are likely to increase in frequency and magnitude.
‘Facebook Rapist’ Thokozane Jiyane was sentenced to eight life terms imprisonment for raping 10 victims between October 2019 and February 2020.