Daily Archives: July 24, 2013
The Farlam Commission of Inquiry into the Marikana shootings is set to resume in a matter of hours.
A passenger train carrying 247 people has derailed in Spain’s northern city of Santiago de Compostela.
American whistle-blower Edward Snowden has been denied permission to leave a Moscow airport.
Five men on trial for murdering Russian investigative reporter Anna Politkovskaya, an ardent critic of President Vladimir Putin, have pleaded not guilty.
Prosecutors have arrested a man who faked his death to beat a rape charge, then later got elected mayor of a Mexican village.
Pope Francis urged young people to shun the “ephemeral idols” of money and pleasure and cherish traditional values to help build a better world.
NATIONAL: (By Yasir Habib Khan)– Two Muslim Sects—Salafi / Wahabi and Deobandi— are the kingpins of the world of terror as both are root cause of terrorism and extremism around the globe, EU revealed in a recent report
Many exceeding their income by over 30 percent.
The 25.7-acre Aegean island could be yours for just €10m.
A more powerful tablet that lets mobile gadgets feed online content wirelessly to television sets.
Mark Cutifani will lay out his stall on Friday after four months in the job.
Climate finance concerns resources channeled by national, regional and international entities to support climate change mitigation
A unique partnership between the UCT Graduate School of Business and the Cape Town International Conference Centre will play a pivotal role in advancing the country’s knowledge economy by offering a new series of Master Classes given by global experts.
The “Siem Moxie,” an infield support vessel (ISV,) will be put into operation in spring 2014. She is the first workboat with the Ulstein-designed X-BOW to be fitted with two Voith Schneider Propellers (VSPs.)