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Clamp-down on illegal cannabis products claiming medical benefits

Clamp-down on illegal cannabis products claiming medical benefits

SA’s medicine regulator is working closely with the police to clamp down on illegal sales of unregistered cannabis-containing products claiming medical benefits.

Caught on CCTV: Suspect arrested for R33m train inferno in Cape Town

A suspect has been arrested in Cape Town in connection with a fire that destroyed two train sets worth an estimated R33m.

Torrential rain kills at least five in Durban, forces evacuations in E.Cape

Emergency rescue and medical services have worked through the night in the wake of torrential rains which have pounded parts of KwaZulu-Natal since Monday, claiming several lives

Trumps says Congress 'can't impeach' him

During the probe, Trump repeatedly tried to hamper Mueller's work, the report said.

Sri Lanka falls silent for victims of Islamist attack

Sri Lanka began a day of national mourning Tuesday with three minutes of silence to honour more than 300 people killed in suicide bomb blasts that have been blamed on a local Islamist group.

Interracial couples stand out in post-apartheid South Africa

Less than 40 years ago, Mpho Mojapelo and his wife Cheryl might have gone to jail.

Patricia De Lille to seek high court interdict against 'DA lies'

"That review application seeks to continue their malicious lies against me and I will not stand for it."

Hundreds arrested during Easter holiday crime blitz in Gauteng

More than 900 suspects were arrested during an extensive Easter holiday crime blitz across Gauteng‚ police said on Monday.

Train coaches worth R33m lost in Cape Town Station blaze

Two train sets that were burnt to ashes at Cape Town Station on Sunday were worth an estimated R33m‚ according to Metrorail.

Four prison warders attacked, two stabbed, in separate attacks

Four prison warders were attacked during two separate incidents over the Easter weekend.

Rain and strong winds warning for motorists heading home after Easter weekend

Heavy rains are expected to make driving conditions difficult in parts of the country as motorists head home after the Easter holidays on Monday.

Limpopo police probe drowning of three boys in abandoned mine hole

Police in Mecklenburg, Limpopo, have opened an inquest docket after three children drowned in an abandoned mine hole.

Ramaphosa vows to help intensify global fight against terrorism after Sri Lanka bombings

President Cyril Ramaphosa has vowed to help prioritise the global fight against terrorism following bombings that claimed the lives of more than 200 people in Sri Lanka over the Easter weekend.

Fake resurrection fraud case postponed

The matter against two people charged with fraud in connection with a fake resurrection at Alleluia Ministries International has been postponed.

Ma Ntuli’s lawyer urges Batohi to act on poisoning ‘plot’

Chief prosecutor Shamila Batohi has been urged to make a decision on whether to charge Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma‚ accused of plotting to poison her estranged husband‚ former president Jacob Zuma.

Seven arrested as Sri Lanka bombings death toll passes 200

Seven people were arrested and three police officers were killed during a raid on a house in Colombo on Sunday as the death toll from a rash of bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka rose past 200, police and local media said.

Saudi, UAE pledge $3 bn financial aid for Sudan

Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates on Sunday announced three billion dollars (2.7 billion euros) in financial support for Sudan following the overthrow of longtime leader Omar al-Bashir.

’Horrific’, ‘cruel’, ‘sad’: World leaders react to Sri Lanka blasts

Religious and world leaders have condemned a series of blasts in Sri Lanka that killed more than 200 people on Sunday.

Sri Lanka bomber queued at hotel buffet then unleashed devastation

The suicide bomber waited patiently in a queue for the Easter Sunday breakfast buffet at Sri Lanka’s Cinnamon Grand hotel before setting off explosives strapped to his back.

Injured Plettenberg Bay hiker rescued with floating stretcher

The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) crew came to the rescue of a woman who had injured her kneecap on the Robberg Nature Reserve trail in Plettenberg Bay in the Western Cape on Saturday.

Inflation nightmare returns to haunt Zimbabwe

“I asked him how he managed to meet the rest of his monthly expenses and he broke down weeping,” Moyo told AFP

Over 500 arrests and 65‚000 fines issued on country's roads since start of Easter weekend

Traffic officials have arrested more than 500 motorists and issued more than 65‚ 000 traffic fines since the start of the Easter holidays.

Egyptians vote in second day of referendum to extend Sisi rule

Egyptians voted for a second day on Sunday in a referendum on proposed constitutional amendments aimed at cementing the rule of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.

Teenager drowns in St Lucia

Police have opened an inquest docket following the drowning of a 14-year-old girl at Jabula Beach in St Lucia on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast.

Ramaphosa is not all-powerful and can be replaced, Archbishop Makgoba says

While President Cyril Ramaphosa has given the country some hope and optimism, he is not all-powerful and can be replaced, Anglican Archbishop Thabo Makgoba says.

Asiphelelanga without Bongani Mnguni

Lensman had eye for news and historical events.

Sudanese authorities arrest members of Bashir’s party -source

Sudanese authorities have arrested several top members of the former ruling party of ousted President Omar al-Bashir.

Cyril Ramaphosa vows to act against lazy public servants

President Cyril Ramaphosa has promised to come down hard on government officials who are failing to provide services to communities.
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