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Africa · South Africa
Correctional services applies for leave to appeal SCA ruling on Zuma's medical parole
The Department of Correctional Services says it will appeal the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) ruling that former president Jacob Zuma's release on medical parole was unlawful. On Wednesday, the department said it had studied the judgment and believed a different court could come to a different conclusion. The former president had served less than two months of his 15-month sentence.See the Story
75% Right coverage: 4 sources
'Ramaphosa can’t be told by criminals to leave' - ANC criticises James Motlatsi for Phala Phala remarks
James Motlatsi said Ramaphosa told him he was going to resign and fight from the outside. The ANC has taken offence to the remarks made by Motlatsti. The party has called on him to withdraw his remarks which are harmful and hurting to our movement. Ramaphoso was conspicuously absent at the ANC's special national executive committee meeting.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
BUSA: Urgent and decisive action required on Phala Phala report
BUSA says Parliament must act decisively to process the Phala Phala report to prevent both the public and investors from losing confidence in government.See the Story
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WATCH | Mantashe trashes Phala Phala report
ANC National Chairperson Gwede Mantashe says the report into the Phala Phala farm theft saga is badly written.See the Story
WATCH | President must step down
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse says the President is compromised.See the Story
ANC · South Africa
DA's Tania Campbell re-elected as City of Ekurhuleni mayor
The City of Ekurhuleni held its extraordinary council meeting on Tuesday. The metro had been without a leader for over two weeks following Campbell's removal through an ANC-sponsored motion of no-confidence on 26 October. Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Gauteng chairperson and caucus leader Nkululeko Dunga withdrew from the mayoral race.See the Story
100% Right coverage: 2 sources
Crime · Stockton
Police arrest suspected Stockton serial killer ‘out looking to kill’
An arrest has been made in a series of killings that occurred in Stockton, California, authorities announced Saturday. Acting on tips, police followed and arrested Wesley Brownlee, 43, who was taken into custody early Saturday, Stockton Police Department Chief Stanley McFadden said at a news conference. "Our surveillance team followed this person while he was driving," he said. "He was on a mission to kill. He was out hunting."See the Story
49% Center coverage: 114 sources
Power Outages · Durban
WATCH | Explosion at major substation leaves large parts of Durban without power
The eThekwini municipality says around 50% of the households in Durban are without power following an explosion at a major substation in Klaarwater on Tuesday evening. Spokesperson Musawenkosi Mayisela said the municipality was investigating the cause of the "trip" The substation was a crucial supply point to the city from Eskom.See the Story
75% Right coverage: 4 sources
Europe · Geneva
Health groups calls for fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty
Around 200 health organisations and more than 1,400 health professionals on Wednesday called for governments to establish a binding international treaty on phasing out fossil fuels, which they said pose…See the Story
64% Center coverage: 11 sources
WION Dispatch: UK unveils austerity budget with major tax hikes, spending cuts
British finance minister Jeremy Hunt announces a string of tax increases and tighter public spending. Hunt says the economy was already in recession and set to shrink next year as it struggles with inflation. Britain's budget watchdog said rising prices would further erode people's wages and reduce living standards by 7% by 2024.See the Story
75% Center coverage: 4 sources