World

2 months ago | January 18, 2019

African leaders to meet over DRC vote dispute

Continental leaders will gather at the African Union this week to discuss the disputed election in the Democratic ...

Drought threats in southern Moza

The Mozambican National Meteorological Institute (INAM) has warned that the “ElNino” weather phenomenon is recurring ...

3 months ago | December 28, 2018

Palestinian prisoners smuggle sperm out of jail

Five-year-old Amir’s life began inside a foil bag of hazelnut wafer biscuits.  The boy’s father, Ashraf, is one of ...

Earthquake strike destroys houses in Mozambique’s Manica Province

An earthquake measuring 5.5 on the Richter scale struck Mossurize district, in the central Mozambican province of ...

Apartheid Christmas party letter found

Retired Capetonian Ebrahim Ahmed has unearthed a letter about a 1980 Christmas party and it shows how the apartheid ...

3 months ago | December 14, 2018

Mozambique: Corruption boosts price of liquid fuels

Mozambicans are paying more than they should for liquid fuels, because of corruption, particularly in the form of ...

Mozambique discovers 30K ghost workers

The government of Mozambique has discovered some 30 000 workers on the government payroll were either dead or ...

5 months ago | October 12, 2018

11 nabbed for producing fake documents in SA

At least 11 people have been arrested in Rustenburg for allegedly producing fake documents, the municipality said this week.

Trial of terrorist suspects begins

The Cabo Delgado provincial court recently began the trial of 189 people suspected of involvement in terrorist

Federer needs to play more or consider retirement

Roger Federer needs to play more tournaments following his shock US Open exit or consider retirement, says former ...

‘Premier League title battle is still a two-horse race’

The top of the Premier League could not be much tighter, with only two points separating the top five teams, but I still ...

8 months ago | July 20, 2018

SA commemorates Mandela’s 100th anniversary

Wednesday (July 18) would have been a former president and anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday, and to ...

Egypt blocks social media accounts

Egypt’s parliament has passed a bill targeting popular social media accounts that authorities accuse of publishing “fake ...

Moza bars public from watching vote count

Mozambique’s 1st Commission has rejected a CM proposal to allow more public monitoring of counting of votes at polling ...

9 months ago | June 29, 2018

Kenyan court upholds plastic bags ban

The ban on plastic bags is here to stay, the Environment and Lands Court has ruled.