France avoided a mass jail break thanks to dedicated prison staff as it was attacked during protests over the police killing of a teenager.
The DRC lamented that the United Nations humanitarian appeal contributed over 20 percent in aid funded, whereas the main focus is Ukraine.
Found in a UN report, Mali’s military junta likely executed more than 500 people in a 2022 operation, US points blame at Russian mercenaries.
The gang violence ravaging Haiti has led to a 30 percent increase in severe acute malnutrition in children this year, with more young people at risk.
Ghana has sent 1,000 troops and police to the northern area of Bawku to reinforce security after gunmen killed an immigration officer.
Sri Lanka’s government said Tuesday it was banning strikes in several key sectors, a day ahead of a planned one-day national stoppage.
The US ambassador to Sudan has called on ex-rebels who were not part of an initial post-coup deal to join the talks aimed at restoring a transition to civilian rule.
Twenty-eight bodies were found in northwest Burkina Faso over the weekend, the government said, noting an investigation was underway.
Nine out of the 10 alleged July unrest instigators were released on bail of R3 000 following their court appearance yesterday.
Ten alleged July 2021 unrest instigators are expected to appear before the Durban Magistrate’s Court today.
All 20 suspects will appear before the Durban Central Magistrate’s Court on Friday on incitement of violence and arson charges, said the Hawks.
The suspects are believed to be on the list of more than 80 alleged instigators being monitored by the State. Meanwhile, two men were sentenced to jail by the Durban court on Thursday for public violence during last year’s unrest.
An organisation in Tembisa has launched a clean-up campaign following the extreme Tembisa protest last week
A year on from the July Riots, the threat of unrest is still present in South Africa – and global bodies are worried about future protests.
Bheki Cele said the State is monitoring 86 more people who allegedly incited public violence during the July Unrest in 2021.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to give his testimony to the SAHRC regarding the July unrest in his capacity as Head of State.
‘In his plea, Majola said, he knew of some people that participated in the looting spree, and one of them had given him the vehicle,’ said the NPA.