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Cameroon has forcibly returned 100 000 Nigerian refugees. Operations in some parts of the expansive Dadaab refugee camp have been paralysed after the United Nations refugee agency shut one of its offices. Guinea-Bissau reaps reward as the world goes nuts for one of its main export, cashews.
Could we be seeing more obstetricians choosing to retire early?
The Baileys are needing to raise R80 000 to fund competition registration, flights and shuttles for mother and daughter, visas, accommodation and a tracksuit.
It's time for our twice-weekly focus on our BRICS partners – as some of the news from their side may impact on our future economic relations with them.
One such field that's being affected by this is obstetrics Additional info: This is one of the topics being discussed at the RCOG 2017 Conference- currently underway at the CTICC (20-22 March) (Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists) Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille is seeking an urgent interdict to stop to stop people rebuilding at fire-ravaged Imizamo Yethu – but surely they need to provide proper temporary housing if they are looking to delay the process of allowing residents to start the rebuild?
For as long as I can remember many families, and friends across the country have gathered in Spur restaurant on a Monday night to feast on “the burger special”.
The second shooting was believed to be a revenge attack following the murder of a young man. Ewn reporter Natalie Malgas joins us on the line now….
In September last year – the annual crime stats were released.
"The city thinks they can come and demolish people's houses and not provide them with anything. We backyarders are being chased out of the places we stay in everyday and have nowhere to go," she said.
One of those stats left an indelible mark in activist Nelisa Ngqulana's mind: the Western Cape did not only have the most murder hot-spots out of all the provinces but Nyanga (her hometown) topped the list as SA's murder capital… After witnessing someone being shot outside her father's home in Nyanga – Nelisa decided to take action and created a petition for another police station to be built in the area.
The petition has over 650 signatures thus far and counting. Additional information Sign the petition here: https://awethu.amandla.mobi/petitions/build-another-police-station-in-nyanga-cape-town Nyanga, which has a population of 57, 996 according to the 2011 Census, has one police station.
Today the Western Cape High Court was due to hear arguments from the WLC, the State, and interested parties on whether the failure to recognize Muslim marriages, among others, discriminates against women. Additional information The ongoing violation of the human rights of women in Muslim marriages has been the subject of a more than a decade law reform process.
This process to all intents and purposes have been abandoned.