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2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

The Health Department has announced that the number of COVID-19 infections in South Africa has risen to 18,003 This is an increase of 803 from Tuesday’s announcement. The number of deaths has also increased by 27 bring the total to 339 The Western Cape has the most...

COVID-19 Deaths Spike by 30 to 369, Infections Jump to 19.137

COVID-19 Deaths Spike by 30 to 369, Infections Jump to 19.137

The Health Department has announced that the number of COVID-19 infections in South Africa has risen to 19,137 This is an increase of 1,134 from Wednesday’s announcement. The number of deaths has also increased by 30 bringing the total to 369. The Western Cape has the...

40 000 to 45 000 South Africans Could Die from Covid-19 by November

40 000 to 45 000 South Africans Could Die from Covid-19 by November

Projections during an extensive briefing with Health Minister Zweli Mkhize have been released. Modelling by a conglomerate of some of the country's leading authorities, on Tuesday night, shows between 40 000 and 45 000 South Africans could die from Covid-19 by...

2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

The Health Department has announced that the number of COVID-19 infections in South Africa has risen to 18,003 This is an increase of 803 from Tuesday’s announcement. The number of deaths has also increased by 27 bring the total to 339 The Western Cape has the most...

COVID-19 Deaths Spike by 30 to 369, Infections Jump to 19.137

COVID-19 Deaths Spike by 30 to 369, Infections Jump to 19.137

The Health Department has announced that the number of COVID-19 infections in South Africa has risen to 19,137 This is an increase of 1,134 from Wednesday’s announcement. The number of deaths has also increased by 30 bringing the total to 369. The Western Cape has the...

40 000 to 45 000 South Africans Could Die from Covid-19 by November

40 000 to 45 000 South Africans Could Die from Covid-19 by November

Projections during an extensive briefing with Health Minister Zweli Mkhize have been released. Modelling by a conglomerate of some of the country's leading authorities, on Tuesday night, shows between 40 000 and 45 000 South Africans could die from Covid-19 by...

2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

The Health Department has announced that the number of COVID-19 infections in South Africa has risen to 18,003 This is an increase of 803 from Tuesday’s announcement. The number of deaths has also increased by 27 bring the total to 339 The Western Cape has the most...

COVID-19 Deaths Spike by 30 to 369, Infections Jump to 19.137

COVID-19 Deaths Spike by 30 to 369, Infections Jump to 19.137

The Health Department has announced that the number of COVID-19 infections in South Africa has risen to 19,137 This is an increase of 1,134 from Wednesday’s announcement. The number of deaths has also increased by 30 bringing the total to 369. The Western Cape has the...

40 000 to 45 000 South Africans Could Die from Covid-19 by November

40 000 to 45 000 South Africans Could Die from Covid-19 by November

Projections during an extensive briefing with Health Minister Zweli Mkhize have been released. Modelling by a conglomerate of some of the country's leading authorities, on Tuesday night, shows between 40 000 and 45 000 South Africans could die from Covid-19 by...

UUCSA & Religious Leaders Appeal to Ramaphosa to Open Places of Worship

UUCSA & Religious Leaders Appeal to Ramaphosa to Open Places of Worship

The United Ulama Council of South Africa (UUCSA) says the Presidency has undertaken to study submissions made by several faith-based organizations who have appealed to Government to open places of worship under regulated protocols. President Cyril Ramaphosa on...

Islamic Affairs Ministry in Saudi Arabia Denies Reports on Eid Takbeeraat

Islamic Affairs Ministry in Saudi Arabia Denies Reports on Eid Takbeeraat

Saudi Arabia’s Islamic Affairs has refuted reports claiming that muezzins in masaajid across the Kingdom have been instructed to pronounce the Eid takbeeraat. The Saudi Gazette reports that the ministry on its official Twitter account says the reports are fake and...

2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

The Health Department has announced that the number of COVID-19 infections in South Africa has risen to 18,003 This is an increase of 803 from Tuesday’s announcement. The number of deaths has also increased by 27 bring the total to 339 The Western Cape has the most...

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve people have been found dead in their cells in Burkina Faso. All had been detained on alleged ‘terror’ charges. 25 people had been detained overnight on Monday. The prosecutor for the town of Fada N'Gourma said, "……..unfortunately, 12 of them have died during...

Botswana MP’s Under Supervision after Flouting Isolation

Botswana’s Director of Health Services Dr Malaki Tshipayagae, on Thursday placed all sixty-nine of the country’s lawmakers, including the country’s president and speaker, under compulsory quarantine. This followed a nurse on duty at Wednesday’s Parliament session...

Face of Nigeria’s Lockdown Campaign Arrested for Hosting Party

Face of Nigeria’s Lockdown Campaign Arrested for Hosting Party

A Nigerian actress was arrested after violating lockdown regulations by hosting a birthday party for her husband, Abdul Rasheed Bello, at her home. Ironically, Funke Akindele Bello is the star of Nigeria's 'Stay Home' campaign, which encourages people to respect the...

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve people have been found dead in their cells in Burkina Faso. All had been detained on alleged ‘terror’ charges. 25 people had been detained overnight on Monday. The prosecutor for the town of Fada N'Gourma said, "……..unfortunately, 12 of them have died during...

Work on Third Saudi Expansion of Haram Resumes in Makkah

Work on Third Saudi Expansion of Haram Resumes in Makkah

The Projects and Engineering Agency at the General Presidency for the Affairs of Haram in Makkah and Masjid-un-Nabawi in Medina, Saudi Arabia has issued licenses for the remaining works of the third Saudi expansion of the Haram. Saudi Press Agency reports the...

Ecuador Mortuary System Collapses

Ecuador Mortuary System Collapses

 In Ecuador, mortuary workers in the Pacific port city of Guayaquil have been unable to cope. Grief stricken Guayaquil residents posted videos on social media of bodies abandoned in the streets, along with messages asking for help to bury their family members. Police...

Work on Third Saudi Expansion of Haram Resumes in Makkah

Work on Third Saudi Expansion of Haram Resumes in Makkah

The Projects and Engineering Agency at the General Presidency for the Affairs of Haram in Makkah and Masjid-un-Nabawi in Medina, Saudi Arabia has issued licenses for the remaining works of the third Saudi expansion of the Haram. Saudi Press Agency reports the...

Work on Third Saudi Expansion of Haram Resumes in Makkah

Work on Third Saudi Expansion of Haram Resumes in Makkah

The Projects and Engineering Agency at the General Presidency for the Affairs of Haram in Makkah and Masjid-un-Nabawi in Medina, Saudi Arabia has issued licenses for the remaining works of the third Saudi expansion of the Haram. Saudi Press Agency reports the...

UUCSA & Religious Leaders Appeal to Ramaphosa to Open Places of Worship

UUCSA & Religious Leaders Appeal to Ramaphosa to Open Places of Worship

The United Ulama Council of South Africa (UUCSA) says the Presidency has undertaken to study submissions made by several faith-based organizations who have appealed to Government to open places of worship under regulated protocols. President Cyril Ramaphosa on...

Islamic Affairs Ministry in Saudi Arabia Denies Reports on Eid Takbeeraat

Islamic Affairs Ministry in Saudi Arabia Denies Reports on Eid Takbeeraat

Saudi Arabia’s Islamic Affairs has refuted reports claiming that muezzins in masaajid across the Kingdom have been instructed to pronounce the Eid takbeeraat. The Saudi Gazette reports that the ministry on its official Twitter account says the reports are fake and...

2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

The Health Department has announced that the number of COVID-19 infections in South Africa has risen to 18,003 This is an increase of 803 from Tuesday’s announcement. The number of deaths has also increased by 27 bring the total to 339 The Western Cape has the most...

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve people have been found dead in their cells in Burkina Faso. All had been detained on alleged ‘terror’ charges. 25 people had been detained overnight on Monday. The prosecutor for the town of Fada N'Gourma said, "……..unfortunately, 12 of them have died during...

Botswana MP’s Under Supervision after Flouting Isolation

Botswana’s Director of Health Services Dr Malaki Tshipayagae, on Thursday placed all sixty-nine of the country’s lawmakers, including the country’s president and speaker, under compulsory quarantine. This followed a nurse on duty at Wednesday’s Parliament session...

Face of Nigeria’s Lockdown Campaign Arrested for Hosting Party

Face of Nigeria’s Lockdown Campaign Arrested for Hosting Party

A Nigerian actress was arrested after violating lockdown regulations by hosting a birthday party for her husband, Abdul Rasheed Bello, at her home. Ironically, Funke Akindele Bello is the star of Nigeria's 'Stay Home' campaign, which encourages people to respect the...

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve people have been found dead in their cells in Burkina Faso. All had been detained on alleged ‘terror’ charges. 25 people had been detained overnight on Monday. The prosecutor for the town of Fada N'Gourma said, "……..unfortunately, 12 of them have died during...

UUCSA & Religious Leaders Appeal to Ramaphosa to Open Places of Worship

UUCSA & Religious Leaders Appeal to Ramaphosa to Open Places of Worship

The United Ulama Council of South Africa (UUCSA) says the Presidency has undertaken to study submissions made by several faith-based organizations who have appealed to Government to open places of worship under regulated protocols. President Cyril Ramaphosa on...

Islamic Affairs Ministry in Saudi Arabia Denies Reports on Eid Takbeeraat

Islamic Affairs Ministry in Saudi Arabia Denies Reports on Eid Takbeeraat

Saudi Arabia’s Islamic Affairs has refuted reports claiming that muezzins in masaajid across the Kingdom have been instructed to pronounce the Eid takbeeraat. The Saudi Gazette reports that the ministry on its official Twitter account says the reports are fake and...

2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

The Health Department has announced that the number of COVID-19 infections in South Africa has risen to 18,003 This is an increase of 803 from Tuesday’s announcement. The number of deaths has also increased by 27 bring the total to 339 The Western Cape has the most...

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve people have been found dead in their cells in Burkina Faso. All had been detained on alleged ‘terror’ charges. 25 people had been detained overnight on Monday. The prosecutor for the town of Fada N'Gourma said, "……..unfortunately, 12 of them have died during...

Botswana MP’s Under Supervision after Flouting Isolation

Botswana’s Director of Health Services Dr Malaki Tshipayagae, on Thursday placed all sixty-nine of the country’s lawmakers, including the country’s president and speaker, under compulsory quarantine. This followed a nurse on duty at Wednesday’s Parliament session...

Face of Nigeria’s Lockdown Campaign Arrested for Hosting Party

Face of Nigeria’s Lockdown Campaign Arrested for Hosting Party

A Nigerian actress was arrested after violating lockdown regulations by hosting a birthday party for her husband, Abdul Rasheed Bello, at her home. Ironically, Funke Akindele Bello is the star of Nigeria's 'Stay Home' campaign, which encourages people to respect the...

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve people have been found dead in their cells in Burkina Faso. All had been detained on alleged ‘terror’ charges. 25 people had been detained overnight on Monday. The prosecutor for the town of Fada N'Gourma said, "……..unfortunately, 12 of them have died during...

OPINION

Madagascar ‘Covid-Organics’ questioned

Madagascar ‘Covid-Organics’ questioned

Madagascar’s president, Rajoelina claims that the island nation has found a cure for Covid-19. He launched the tonic last month, claiming it had cured several people and so far urged his fellow African heads of state to embrace the herbal remedy. This is despite...

Are you part of the “Acceptable Theft”?

Are you part of the “Acceptable Theft”?

In recent weeks since the lockdown, there has been much talk from different quarters regarding several issues ranging from conspiracy theories to corruption. At first, my natural curiosity drove me to follow some conversation threads which sometimes gave an...

Rise in the illicit trade of cigarettes during lockdown ban

Rise in the illicit trade of cigarettes during lockdown ban

By Mumtaz Moosa Saley As we enter 50 days since the start of lockdown many cigarettes smokers have become innovative in finding their nicotine fix. Most store owners will tell you how they're asked "make a plan, while some foreign store owners have put up posters...

UUCSA & Religious Leaders Appeal to Ramaphosa to Open Places of Worship

UUCSA & Religious Leaders Appeal to Ramaphosa to Open Places of Worship

The United Ulama Council of South Africa (UUCSA) says the Presidency has undertaken to study submissions made by several faith-based organizations who have appealed to Government to open places of worship under regulated protocols. President Cyril Ramaphosa on...

Islamic Affairs Ministry in Saudi Arabia Denies Reports on Eid Takbeeraat

Islamic Affairs Ministry in Saudi Arabia Denies Reports on Eid Takbeeraat

Saudi Arabia’s Islamic Affairs has refuted reports claiming that muezzins in masaajid across the Kingdom have been instructed to pronounce the Eid takbeeraat. The Saudi Gazette reports that the ministry on its official Twitter account says the reports are fake and...

2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

2-Day-Old Baby Among 339 COVID-19 Deaths While Infections Hit 18,000 Mark

The Health Department has announced that the number of COVID-19 infections in South Africa has risen to 18,003 This is an increase of 803 from Tuesday’s announcement. The number of deaths has also increased by 27 bring the total to 339 The Western Cape has the most...

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve people have been found dead in their cells in Burkina Faso. All had been detained on alleged ‘terror’ charges. 25 people had been detained overnight on Monday. The prosecutor for the town of Fada N'Gourma said, "……..unfortunately, 12 of them have died during...

Botswana MP’s Under Supervision after Flouting Isolation

Botswana’s Director of Health Services Dr Malaki Tshipayagae, on Thursday placed all sixty-nine of the country’s lawmakers, including the country’s president and speaker, under compulsory quarantine. This followed a nurse on duty at Wednesday’s Parliament session...

Face of Nigeria’s Lockdown Campaign Arrested for Hosting Party

Face of Nigeria’s Lockdown Campaign Arrested for Hosting Party

A Nigerian actress was arrested after violating lockdown regulations by hosting a birthday party for her husband, Abdul Rasheed Bello, at her home. Ironically, Funke Akindele Bello is the star of Nigeria's 'Stay Home' campaign, which encourages people to respect the...

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve ‘Terror’ Suspects ‘Found Dead in Cells’

Twelve people have been found dead in their cells in Burkina Faso. All had been detained on alleged ‘terror’ charges. 25 people had been detained overnight on Monday. The prosecutor for the town of Fada N'Gourma said, "……..unfortunately, 12 of them have died during...

Work on Third Saudi Expansion of Haram Resumes in Makkah

Work on Third Saudi Expansion of Haram Resumes in Makkah

The Projects and Engineering Agency at the General Presidency for the Affairs of Haram in Makkah and Masjid-un-Nabawi in Medina, Saudi Arabia has issued licenses for the remaining works of the third Saudi expansion of the Haram. Saudi Press Agency reports the...

Ecuador Mortuary System Collapses

Ecuador Mortuary System Collapses

 In Ecuador, mortuary workers in the Pacific port city of Guayaquil have been unable to cope. Grief stricken Guayaquil residents posted videos on social media of bodies abandoned in the streets, along with messages asking for help to bury their family members. Police...

Work on Third Saudi Expansion of Haram Resumes in Makkah

Work on Third Saudi Expansion of Haram Resumes in Makkah

The Projects and Engineering Agency at the General Presidency for the Affairs of Haram in Makkah and Masjid-un-Nabawi in Medina, Saudi Arabia has issued licenses for the remaining works of the third Saudi expansion of the Haram. Saudi Press Agency reports the...

Work on Third Saudi Expansion of Haram Resumes in Makkah

Work on Third Saudi Expansion of Haram Resumes in Makkah

The Projects and Engineering Agency at the General Presidency for the Affairs of Haram in Makkah and Masjid-un-Nabawi in Medina, Saudi Arabia has issued licenses for the remaining works of the third Saudi expansion of the Haram. Saudi Press Agency reports the...

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Ingredients 3 cups milk 2 cups finely grated carrots ½ cup klim/milk powder ¼ cup water 125g butter ¼ cup semolina 1/4 cup sugar ¼ cup coconut 1 tsp...

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Red Butter Sauce • 1 medium (250g) red pepper • 2 tsp olive oil • 1 clove garlic, peeled • 125g unsalted butter • 1/2 tsp paprika • 1/2 tsp pepper •...

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Par boil 2 ½ cups rice.. Marinate 1 chicken in the following: 2 tsp fine red chillies 1 tsp whole jeero 3 tsp red masala 2 tblsp lemon juice 1 tsp...

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