LAST Tuesday night, in response to Kim Jong Un’s claim to have a nuclear button on his desk, President Trump tweeted, “I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works!”
By Moses Magadza Members of Parliament from the SADC Region attending the just ended 42nd Plenary Assembly Session of the SADC Parliamentary Forum have unanimously adopted a motion strongly condemning the reported slave trade of asylum seekers and migrants in Libya.
Femi Fani-Kayode, former Aviation Minister, has reacted to the emergence of George Weah as the President of Liberia. The ex-minister while congratulating the former world footballer of the year, said Weah’s victory was well deserved.
Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi has called for calm and patience among Mozambicans, while they wait for results from the dialogue under way between himself and Afonso Dhlakama, leader of the Renamo rebels, intended to establish a definitive peace.
CAPE Town. – ANC Western Cape secretary Faiez Jacobs has referred to Cyril Ramaphosa, the man former president Nelson Mandela said was his preferred successor, as the new
Hundreds of African refugees are being bought and sold in “slave markets” across Libya every week, a human trafficker has told Al Jazeera, with many of them held for ransom or forced into prostitution and sexual exploitation to pay their captors and smugglers.
A girl in a striking turquoise dress flies past the boys. The football, almost flat, never leaves her bare toes. A stream of sandy dirt puffs into the air as a boy crashes to the ground trying to tackle her. After she scores, the kids crumble to the ground laughing, dizzy in the heat. Girls […]
Leonardo da Vinci’s portrait of Christ, “Salvator Mundi”, sold for a record-smashing $450,3 million on Wednesday at Christie’s, more than double the old price for any work of art at auction. The painting, only recently rediscovered, was the last da Vinci left in private hands and fetched more than four times Christie’s pre-sale estimate of […]
President Filipe Nyusi on 6 November demanded of the bodies of the administration of justice that they carry out to the full their responsibility to detect and to punish, in exemplary fashion, corrupt officials.