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Eastern Cape cop arrested for taking a bribe

The South African Police have arrested one of their warrant officers, after he was accused of soliciting a bribe from a complainant at Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape.

Mexico extradites drug kingpin El Chapo to America

Notorious drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is expected to appear in a US court on Friday, after the Mexican government extradited him to America.

30 firefighters killed in iconic Tehran high-rise collapse

More than 30 firefighters were injured on Thursday, when the blazing Plasco building in Tehran collapsed.

This Day in History: 20 January, 1987

The Margo commission into the plane crash that claimed the life of Mozambique president Samora Machel, started on January 20, 1987.

War looming in West Africa

Nigeria has dispatched a warship to The Gambia, in an attempt to force president Jammeh to step down after losing the elections in December.

Behind the scenes footage of 'A Dog's Purpose' causes outrage

American Humane has opened an investigation into a video that shows behind the scenes footage of the production of 'A Dog's Purpose'.

Paul McCartney sues for copyright

Paul McCartney is suing for the copyright to the Beatles' back catalogue.

Beyond the China Ivory Ban

The recent announcement by the central government of China to ban all domestic ivory trade and processing by the end of 2017 offers a glimmer of real optimism in the fight against elephant poaching.

ANCYL wants Gordhan gone

The ANCYL have called on President Zuma to fire Pravin Gordhan. They allege that Gordhan has been captured by capital and that he has failed to transform SAA.

Chinese taking extraordinary steps to join the fight to save the elephants

China has traditionally been viewed as the villain in the elephant poaching crisis in Africa, being the world's biggest end-market for poached ivory, but it is taking moves to change its image.

MEC threatens to dock councillor salaries

The MEC for Co-Operative Governance in KwaZulu-Natal Nomusa Dube-Ncube said councillors who failed to initiate the turnaround of poorly performing municipalities in that province, would be dealt with harshly.
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