An Iraqi Justice Ministry official has said that the closure of the infamous Abu Ghraib prison west of Baghdad is temporary and that it will be reopened.
Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced plans to spend $50m this year on the fight to tighten gun control laws and counter America’s powerful gun lobby.
Islamist rebels have duped dozens of Nigerian schoolgirls into thinking they were soldiers come to evacuate them before abducting over 100 in their latest anti-government raid.
Alleged payments by the Trifecta company to Northern Cape politicians generated a sense of obligation, the Northern Cape High Court has heard.
An amputee convicted of killing his wife has admitted to the crime in the Nelspruit Circuit of the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria.
The Ekurhuleni metro has welcomed a probe by the public protector into alleged tender irregularities allegedly involving a city manager.
SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande has referred to former party members who were part of the Vote No campaign as “factory faults”.
A hearing by the Complaints and Compliance Committee on the DA’s advertisement complaint case against the SABC has been postponed indefinitely.
DA’s SABC ad case postponed A hearing by the Complaints and Compliance Committee (CCC) on the DA’s advertisement complaint case against the SABC was postponed
President Jacob Zuma has been booed while on stage during the ANC’s election rally at Malamulele, Limpopo, according to reports.