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Landmark High Court judgment exposes an ANC that hinders Land Reform

The Democratic Alliance (DA) welcomes the landmark verdict by the North Gauteng High Court today, compelling the state to sell Nooitgedacht farm in Limpopo,...

South African firms suffer revenge attacks after xenophobia

MTN Nigeria from OKORO CHINEDU in Lagos / EMEKA OKONKWO in Abuja Nigeria BureauLAGOS, (CAJ News) – SOME South African multinational corporations in Nigeria have...

Cameroon English speakers appeal life sentences

Cameroon protesters from ROSY SADOU in Yaoundé, CameroonYAOUNDE, (CAJ News) – THERE are questions about the fairness of the trials that culminated in the military...

Nigeria bloodbath could spill into entire Africa

Boko Haram. File photo from EMEKA OKONKWO in Abuja, NigeriaABUJA, (CAJ News) – AN international envoy has warned of the impact of the deadly violence...

New reports focus on malaria eradication goal

23 August 2019, Geneva – The RBM Partnership to End Malaria welcomes two new forthcoming reports on the opportunity the world has to achieve the...

Top Ten News Items on Health, 23rd August 2019

Dr Osagie Ehanire: A new captain for Nigeria’s health sector. WHO, Heads of African countries glad as region reaches last mile of wild polio....

National Government stalling social housing development in Western Cape

The Democratic Alliance has taken note of National Government’s seeming refusal to release state-owned land to the Western Cape Provincial Government (WCPG) for housing...

drivers for execs but no drivers for economic activity

In Tuesday’s Portfolio Committee on Women, Youth and People with Disabilities, Members were informed that both the National Youth Development Agency’s (NYDA) CEO and...

Throwing billions at Denel won’t fix it

The Democratic Alliance (DA) notes that Government has extended a R1.8 billion bailout to the money pit that is Denel. We are of the...

Somalia stares worst hunger since 2011 – Radio Dalsan FM 91.5 MHz | Warar...

Late and erratic rains during Somalia’s 2019 Gu cropping season(April-June) coupled with low river levels have led to the poorest cereal harvest since the...

DA calls on Parliament to rollout nation-wide public hearings on the NHI Bill

The DA calls on National Assembly Chair of Chairs, Cedric Frolick, to budget and plan for an extensive public participation process for the National...
Apostle Felixosis in his office in Zimbabwe in 2019

Welcome to the Prophetic Gospel according to Apostle Felixosis, a Favored Spiritual Son of...

Some of the chapters and verses in the Bible were made available to us today because someone found them somewhere and then compiled them...

Let’s work together to create a prosperous economy for all

On Thursday this week, Parliament will hold an urgent debate of public importance on South Africa’s jobs crisis following my request. The DA will...

Heat stress: Heat stress mitigation plan

Aiming to raise awareness amongst workers of the risks of heat stress and employers on...

DA submits draft rules for the removal of the Public Protector

The Democratic Alliance (DA) has today written to the Speaker to submit a set of draft rules to guide the conduct of Parliament when...

38 peacekeepers, 24 soldiers killed in DRC

UN secretary general António Guterres from JEAN KASSONGO in Kinshasa, DRCKINSHASA, (CAJ News) – THE global community has paid tribute to the 38 peacekeepers and...
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Let’s beat heat stress together

Aiming to raise awareness amongst workers of the risks of heat stress and employers on...

Our nation is burning and bleeding. It’s time to come out of hiding and...

Fellow South Africans We are today a nation in mourning. The news yesterday of the brutal and calculated rape and murder of 19-year-old Uyinene Mrwetyana by...

AMISOM inducts military officers on mandate, transition plan

Mogadishu 26 August 2019 – Military officers from Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Uganda and Zimbabwe have been challenged to diligently perform their duties...

Masood: “I don’t have to worry for another year and a half about my...

Masood, a pseudonym, is among the 7,000 Syrian Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders in the United States today. Masood is an accountant living in...

DA fully supports Mboweni’s economic reform strategy

It seems the ANC has a DA finance minister! Tito Mboweni’s economic strategy paper released on Tuesday is a ray of light and hope...