“Our hearts are shattered” – the family of MP Sir David Amess calls on people to “set aside hatred and work towards togetherness”.
CEMENT INDUSTRY: South Africa’s protectionist policy aimed at setting the foundations for a sector recovery
Cement companies are hoping for higher sales volumes and profits after the government implemented a protectionist policy that aims to shield the industry from cheap cement imports.
SUGAR INDUSTRY: Master recovery plan includes a ban on tax increases for three years, say SA Canegrowers
South Africa’s plan to revitalise the sugar industry includes a proposed three-year moratorium on any increases to the country’s sugary beverage tax, says the South African Canegrowers’ Association.
GROUNDUP: Stinking, broken, overflowing: These are the pit latrines Eastern Cape learners are expected to use at school
Dilapidated ablution facilities in thousands of Eastern Cape schools becoming a worsening threat to childrenand#039;s and teachersand#039; welfare.
The 42-seater Atlas Digibus has laptops, two teaching stations, and Wi-Fi for online teaching programmes like coding.
GROUNDUP ANALYSIS: Covid reinfection: Evidence shows vaccination provides greater protection than antibodies alone
Studies indicate Covid jab reduces risk of contracting virus more than once.
2021 ELECTIONS GROUND LEVEL REPORT: No jobs, houses or water – the people of Delft want a word with their new councillor
This year, two women from Delft won’t vote in the municipal elections for different reasons: one is frustrated by politicians’ empty promises, while a loan shark has her friend’s identity document. With Delft’s high crime and unemployment rates, they hope a new councillor will help them with housing.
England’s Matt Fitzpatrick wins the Andalucia Masters by three shots after a bogey-free final round of 69 sees him take advantage of overnight leader Laurie Canter’s 76.
Former US President Bill Clinton was successfully treated for an infection and will head home to New York.
Carl Whalley, who died in Clayton-le-Woods on Friday, was “the centre of our world”, his family says.
NEWCASTLE, England, Oct 17 (Reuters) – Harry Kane scored his first Premier League goal of the season as Tottenham Hotspur overcame Newcastle United 3-2 at St Jamesand#039; Park on Sunday to prolong the hostsand#039; winless run in a match that was briefly halted after a fan collapsed in the crowd.
Oct 17 (Reuters) – The U.S. Coast Guard boarded a container ship on Saturday in the Port of Long Beach that dragged its anchor close to a subsea pipeline found to be the source of an oil spill off Orange County, California, it said in a press release.
Syria’s state-run news agency says Midhat Saleh was fatally shot by an Israeli sniper in the Golan Heights.
Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana said government has improve on implementation to deliver on the promise of economic recovery.
All the beers were on Matt Beers, as he managed to win the Cape Epic prologue, with his French teammate.
PICS | ‘Please don’t kill me – woman pleads with gunmen before being killed in Cape Town mass shooting
“Please don’t kill me” – these were the chilling last words a woman shouted seconds before gunmen indiscriminately opened fire at guests attending a 21st birthday party at a house in Mandalay, Mitchells Plain on Saturday night.
Former US president Bill Clinton was released from a California hospital on Sunday after spending five nights in treatment for an infection.
The strategy aimed at stopping people becoming terrorists needs improving, Robert Buckland says.
Historians say at least 120 protesters were killed by Paris police during demonstrations over discriminatory policies.
PICS | Hostile reception for ANC as Maluti-a-Phofung municipality residents air grievances to Ramaphosa
Residents from the failing ANC governed Maluti-a-Phofung municipality made their grievances known to the ANC when the party led by President Cyril Ramaphosa embarked on the campaign trail in the area on Sunday.
Beijing’s angry reaction comes after a US destroyer and Canadian frigate sailed through the narrow waterway.