Small plane crashes in Dubai killing three Britons, one South African
A small plane crashed south of Dubai airport killing three Britons and one South African, the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority said in a statement on Thursday.
An investigation is underway. Air traffic at the airport has returned to normal, it said.Read more: Times LIVE
Zimbabwe sells 100 elephants to China, Dubai Zimbabwe has sold nearly 100 elephants to China and Dubai for a total price of $2.7-million over six years. edmnangagwa What are you doing...? Zimbabwe is a disgrace This is heartbreaking :( I wonder where the money from the sales will go. Even if it’s to the people who desperately need it (which I doubt), it feels like a sacred covenant is being broken. We’re writing karma cheques that the entire body of humans can’t cash :(
Outa exposes individuals whose stay at Dubai hotel was funded by the Guptas | IOL News Outa has published a list of booking details for various individuals who stayed at a hotel in Dubai which was funded by the Guptas. Expose the list of Oppenheimer and Rupert beneficiaries too And these ones? Ian Whitely, John Duarte, Malcom Mabaso, Kuben Moodley, Viroshini Naidoo, Zithembe Khoza, Brett Stagman, Richard Seleke, Linda Mabaso, Vusi Nkonyane, Salim Essa, Stanley Shane, Iqbal Shama, Colin Mtjila, Ben Ngubane, Nazia Carrim, Venete Klein list is endless We know this one benefited them pretended she did not know....
Zimbabwe govt raises over R38m for conservation from exporting young elephants The elephants were controversially captured and exported to safari parks and zoos in China and Dubai between 2012 and 2018. Why is this still allowed internationally?
Newsdeck: Fighting breaks out in Yemen’s Hodeidah as Houthis pull out DUBAI, May 15 (Reuters) - Houthi fighters and pro-government forces battled in Yemen's port city of Hodeidah on Wednesday, breaching a ceasefire and potentially complicating a troop withdrawal agreement intended to pave the way for wider peace talks.
AMABHUNGANE: Malawi elections: ‘Suspicious’ R66m ballot paper tender contract causes ruckus A company in the Dubai-based Al Ghurair group is again in the eye of a storm after landing a $4.6m contract to print ballot papers for Malawi’s 21 May elections that has drawn heavy flak from opposition parties and a prominent rival bidder.
Two killed, 15 injured in three-vehicle crash in Ekurhuleni The cause of the crash is still being investigated by the city of Ekurhuleni traffic officers.
Factionalism and corruption could kill the ANC - unless it kills both first Why do once mighty political parties sometimes collapse? Two reasons that have driven some into obscurity are corruption and conflicts within the party. The ANC suffers from both. ANC is dead already Right after they kill each other. Two dead in New castle already. The race card is the only thing that the anc has
ANC Gauteng: South Africans have sent strong message at polls The African National Congress (ANC) in Gauteng said that the drop in its support in the province sent a clear message that residents were unhappy about a lack of housing, jobs and other local government issues.
Maverick Life: Curatorially speaking: The South African Pavilion at the 2019 Venice Biennale The second weekend of May 2019 marks the opening of the Venice Biennale, when the world’s art cognoscenti descend on the Italian city for the industry’s oldest art biennale – and definitely the one to be at. We caught up with the curatorial team that has spent the last few months developing and producing the exhibition to be presented at the biennale’s dedicated South African pavilion.
'True South African hero' who designed new SA flag dies Frederick Brownell, the man who designed the South African flag used since the country’s transition to democracy in 1994, has died at the age of 79. Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa labelled him 'a true South African hero' whose name would be 'etched in history'. OMG! RIP My his soal be rested in finer peace.. A white guy designed the new flag? Whaaaat? The irony!
South Africans still want me as their president, says Motsoeneng He said his party had 5,000 agents at IEC centres across the country and they voted for ACM, but somehow their votes were not reflected on the IEC results board. Nna osa tlo re gafela Delusional No Cloudy. It’s a “no” from South Africans.