Chaos at EFF’s Union Buildings march


Within minutes of arriving at the Union Buildings to demand President Zuma's resignation, EFF supporters clashed with police.

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The United States will bar Americans from travelling to North Korea in the coming weeks, two travel agencies said Friday, a month after US student Otto Warmbier died following his imprisonment by the
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Johnson, a leading campaigner for Britain to quit the European Union, also pledged London will "build a fantastic relationship with our friends and partners in the EU" after talks with his Japanese c
The head of the Tawak-Chalco drug cartel, was killed in a shootout last night in a major riot in the Mexican capital, the Financiero portal reported. A group of motorcycle drivers linked to the cartel
A Nigerian pastor charged with human trafficking, sexual assault and the rape of young girls is suffering from "ill health and anxiety", his interim lawyer said.
Israeli police have banned Muslim men under the age of 50 from a contested shrine in Jerusalem, according to the Independent. The ban comes ahead of feared mass protests over the installation of metal
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SHANGHAI/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Up to 50 investors have intruded into the central Shanghai offices of an Australian currency brokerage and are holding some of its staff against their will, in protest agai
A 43-year-old woman was arrested at the Cape Town International Airport for the possession of 180 bundles of Khat, police said
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The R10m spent by the Human Settlements department on “flowers" had in fact been cash for prizes, said Minister Lindiwe Sisulu's spokesperson.
Project Isizwe, the company contracted to the City of Tshwane to provide free wi-fi, had not made any profit out of R320 million spent on the service.
The three-member bench headed by Justice Ejaz Afzal and comprising Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed and Justice Ijazul Ahsan did not immediately give any date to give its judgement.
Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini may have wrapped herself in another controversy following the appointment of Pearl Bhengu at Sassa.
A powerful earthquake shook the Greek resort island of Kos early Friday morning, damaging older and historic buildings and the main port. Authorities say at least two people are dead, and dozens injur
A Chinese school is being criticised by parents and social media users for making children bring an iPad.
The first of eight new Type 26 frigates being built for the Royal Navy has been named HMS Glasgow. The name was revealed by Defense Secretary Sir Michael Fallon as he cut the f
The free movement of European Union citizens to Britain will continue for at least two years after Brexit as part of a transitional deal, British media reported Friday
The free movement of European Union citizens to Britain will continue for at least two years after Brexit as part of a transitional deal, British media reported Friday
A Cape Flats community is begging authorities for help after their quiet neighbourhood was hit 20 times by crowbar gangs in just one month.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The former assistant chairman of China's securities regulator, Zhang Yujun, will be prosecuted for serious violations of discipline, the country's graft watchdog said on Friday.
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A federal judge in San Francisco on Thursday refused to reinstate President Donald Trump's executive order to cut funding from cities that limit cooperation with U.S. immigration authorities
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