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Africa demands Trump apology over racist remarks

January 13 2018 -THE organisation representing African countries has demanded that US President Donald Trump apologise after he reportedly called nations on the continent “shitholes”. The group’s mission in Washington DC expressed its “shock, dismay and outrage” and said the Trump administration misunderstood Africans. The US leader made the alleged remark in a Thursday meeting on immigration. But Mr Trump ... Read More »

Trump barrels into 2018 with fresh foreign fights on Twitter

January 04 2017 — IF YOU thought President Donald Trump might mellow out in 2018? Refrain from taunting world leaders tweet by tweet? Think again. Trump is storming into the new year in exceptionally aggressive fashion, picking fresh fights on Twitter with such speed that his aides, international partners and the public are struggling to catch up. If he was ... Read More »

Multiply like rabbits – Polish government

November 8 2017 — The Polish government is urging citizens to go forth and multiply like rabbits. The health ministry of Poland, which has one of the lowest birth rates in Europe, has put out a The YouTube video shows rabbits munching on lettuce and carrots while a rabbit “narrator” reveals the secret of their big families — exercise, a ... Read More »

FBI now probing the Guptas

October 19 2017 – SCANDALS involving the Guptas continue to swirl after media reports said the FBI was opening an investigation into US links to the family. The Financial Times reports that US investigators are looking into individuals, bank accounts and companies in America for ties to alleged graft involving the Guptas. In a separate and unrelated development, Britain’s banking ... Read More »

London’s Big Ben bell goes quiet until 2021

August 21 2017 – AFTER  more than 150 years as Britain’s most famous timekeeper, London’s Big Ben bell fell silent Monday for four years of repair work that will keep it quiet on all but a few special occasions. The giant bell atop Parliament’s clock tower sent a dozen deep bongs into a gray sky at noon, marking the hour ... Read More »

Venezuelans vote in unofficial referendum

July 16 2017 -AFTER more than three months of protests, the opposition and government have decided to hold two electoral events on Sunday (today) in Venezuela. The opposition’s vote seeks, through a popular consultation, to let people share opinions about the Constituent Assembly. The second, organised by the government, is a rehearsal and aims to familiarise people with the constituent ... Read More »

SA erred in not arresting al-Bashir – ICC

July 7  2017 – SA ‘s failure to arrest and surrender Sudanese President Omar al Bashir in 2015, South Africa failed in its legal duty to comply with a request by the International Criminal Court (ICC), contrary to the provisions of the Rome Statute, it was ruled on (today) Thursday. “The chamber concludes by not arresting Omar al-Bashir between 13 ... Read More »

FaceBook reaches 2bln milestone

June 28 2017 – FACEBOOK, the world’s largest social media website, has announced that there are now two billion people connecting and building communities on its platform every month. Additionally, more than 175 million people share “love”, and on average, over 800 million people “like” something on Facebook. The social media giant said more than one billion people use its ... Read More »

London attacked again

June 04 2017 – Seven people were killed and nearly 50 injured on Saturday night in the heart of London when three men drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing people at bars and restaurants in nearby Borough Market. The UK in general is home to a large number of Zimbabweans, with at least having family or ... Read More »

France’s new president, Emmanuel Macron

May 14 2017  – Emmanuel Macron became the youngest-ever president of France on (today) Sunday when the 39-year-old was inaugurated at the Elysee Palace in Paris. Throughout his presidential campaign, the former economy minister cast himself as a political outsider, downplaying an elite CV and emphasizing his centrist, pro-European positions to win support from the political left and right against National Front leader Marine ... Read More »

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