Monthly Archives: May 2019

South Sudan Reacts Angrily to Renewed UNSC Sanctions

JUBA/WASHINGTON South Sudan’s government is reacting angrily to the United Nations Security Council’s move to renew sanctions on that country for another year, including an arms embargo. A South Sudan official warned

Sudanese Tea Seller Supports Protesters with Free Food, Drinks

KHARTOUM Protesters in Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, have been holding a sit-in since April 6, demanding the military hand power to civilians. The demonstrators have been sustained through lengthy negotiations and armed attacks

Excitement builds ahead of ABC Motsepe League Play Offs in CT

This year’s much anticipated ABC Motsepe League play offs will be taking place next week from the 4-9 June in Cape Town. The playoffs will see the winners from each province going

The nerves are there, but it’s good nerves – Kaylin Swart

Banyana Banyana are currently in the final stretch of their preparations for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup scheduled for France from 7 June to 7 July.

The South Africans are in Group

Gauteng Health launches Zakithi Nkosi Clinical Haematology Centre of Excellence at Bara Hospital, 1 Jun

Zakithi Nkosi Clinical Haematology Centre of Excellence to be launched at Bara Hospital

The Stanley and Daphne Nkosi Foundation (SDNF) in conjunction with the Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital (CHBAH) will tomorrow,

Conference to pave the way for recognition of traditional birth attendants

Following a call from traditional birth attendants (TBAs) for the government to recognise them, the Department of Science and Technology (DST) in partnership with the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) will host a