Outpouring support from the global community was felt by a nation that has been gripped with fear after Friday’s events.
Over 40 people are dead with one man in custody after a horrific attack on two mosques in New Zealand on Friday.
The Bangladesh cricket team arrived at the New Zealand mosque, where a deadly shooting took place on Friday, just after the chaos unfolded.
Sonny Bill williams wiped away tears several times in the brief footage which he filmed sitting in a car.
Local media said there were multiple casualties at one mosque and said another had been evacuated.
Luke Potter, aged 40, was killed when terrorists stormed the DusitD2 complex during the Nairobi attacks. He was the only South African national involved.
The identities and nationalities of the victims will be revealed soon.
The 60-year-old Andre Hanekom runs a maritime business in the northern town of Palma and was arrested in August.
Andre Hanekom faces charges of terrorism after he was reportedly linked to extremist jihadist activities in the northern part of Mozambique, resulting in the deaths of more than 100 people.
Barcelona was on alert on Monday after the US State Department warned of the risk of a terrorist attack in Spain’s second-largest city during the Christmas holidays.
After spending time in Isis strongholds, a large group of South Africans have been allowed to return back to Mzansi. Should we be concerned?
A South African mercenary who fought Boko Haram jihadists in Nigeria spoke out against the country’s president.
Police officers who apprehended the suspect are being treated for cuts and scrapes and are not thought to be in a serious condition.
A group of men – suspected of being involved in terrorist activity within South Africa – are back in court for the “ISIS trial” this Tuesday in Durban.
The 11 men have had their bail bid postponed after a brief appearance before the court on Thursday afternoon.
It’s the eight such devices to have been sent to a prominent Democrat or an openly anti-Trump public figure since Wednesday.
Evidence brought before the Verulam Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday has blown the case involving the infamous Durban bomb plot wide open.
Nicholas Rowe and Craig Neil Gibson were both in the North Tower when the first plane collided with the buildings on 9/11.
In your South African news today wrap, we’re looking at the release of crime stats, the dollar to rand value, and much more.
According to the Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub, the SA government can snoop on who they want. So behave yourself, everybody.
The social media platform has intensified its efforts to discourage violent posts.
New Yorkers have woken up to a nightmare scenario: A likely targetted attack on one of City’s the busiest transport hubs.
Oh man, we really do hope he was into crocheting.
Authorities are treating an incident in lower Manhattan where a truck ploughed into people on a bike path as an ‘act of terror’