02-Dec-2020 to 13:15

S/Africa’s Royal Bafokeng Queen Mother dies

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday expressed his condolences to the highly respected Royal Bafokeng kingdom on the passing of its Queen Mother Semane Bonolo Molotlegi who died aged 77 on Monday.

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24-Nov-2020 to 14:14

Corrupt S/African cops want me to pay for failed extortion attempt- Bushiri

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — The latest warrant of arrest issued by a South African court against self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri over the alleged rape of three women are designed “to tarnish my image,” the preacher said on Tuesday.

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23-Nov-2020 to 12:58

Ramaphosa urges S/Africans to unite in ending GBV

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday urged fellow South African to unite in fighting “the scourge of gender-based violence (GBV)” that costs the country up to US$2.8 billion annually.

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19-Nov-2020 to 23:38

New genocide suspect arrested in Sweden

APA - Kigali (Rwanda) — Swedish authorities have arrested another Rwandan national in connection with crimes committed during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsis in Rwanda, a judicial source confirmed Thursday.

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19-Nov-2020 to 11:55

Police seize Malawi evangelists' Pretoria home

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — The South African government has thrown its first salvo at the Malawi-born evangelists Shepherd and Mary Bushiri, who jumped bail last week, by confiscating the couples’ upmarket US$366,000 home in Pretoria on Thursday.

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17-Nov-2020 to 11:55

Moroccan authorities urged to back UN death penalty moratorium

APA-Rabat (Morocco) — The Moroccan Human Rights Council (CNDH) called on the authorities to vote in favor of a resolution on the universal moratorium on the application of the death penalty at the next session of the UN Third Committee, scheduled for December.

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11-Nov-2020 to 15:27

Alleged genocide financier to appear before UN court

APA - Kigali (Rwanda) — One of Rwanda's most powerful business tycoon Félicien Kabuga who is believed to have been the financier of the 1994 genocide will appear before a court at The Hague for the first time, a judicial source confirmed on Wednesday.

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