"I would have been a widow one day into my marriage," a traumatised bride said after the shooting in Kraaifontein, Cape Town.
There was an 8% increase in the number of murder in KZN according to the latest crime statistics released on Tuesday morning.
People's Artist of Azerbaijan Kenul Khasiyeva has been provided with an apartment upon the instruction of First Vice-President of Azerbaijan, President of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation Mehriban Aliyeva
Azerbaijan bans privatization of one more type of state property.
Pictures of a female prison warder passionately kissing an inmate were allegedly leaked by warders who sided with a colleague she was in conflict with
Two northern KwaZulu-Natal girls were killed while walking to school on Monday morning.
A look at ten of the most important crime statistics so far in Police Minister Fikile Mbalula's report to Parliament.
Charnelle McCrawl is the 69th child to be murdered in the Western Cape this year. Two suspects have been arrested for the murder of the 10 year old.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has thanked Curro for assisting schools that were damaged by severe storms earlier this month.
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula made it clear there was no time to waste when it came to the fight against crime.
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula said crimes are not being detected by police during his speech ahead of the release of the crime statistics on Tuesday morning.
Investments in the Azerbaijani economy have exceeded $233 billion since 1995.
Azerbaijan’s accession to the Developing Eight Organization for Economic Cooperation (D-8) would further enhance the country’s cooperation with member states.
Radu Timis, the owner of meat processor Cris-Tim, says he is considering going public, but has not started the process yet.
OMV Petrom Marketing, Rompetrol Downstream, Lukoil Romania and MOL Romania Petroleum Products – the companies that operate Petrom, Rompetrol, Lukoil and MOL gas station chains, account for 80% of
DTEK will soon supply the first 150,000 tonnes of G grade (gas) coal from the United States to replenish the stocks in the warehouses of its thermal power plants (TPP) while preparing for the heating
Ukraine and Poland have agreed to continue the work of the intergovernmental commission on the protection and return of cultural property that was lost and illegally removed during the Second World Wa
AvtoKrAZ (Kremenchuk, Poltava region), the only manufacturer of heavy trucks in Ukraine, has supplied the second batch (three units) of KrAZ-6443 all-wheel drive tractive vehicles to Dalgakiran Compre
The European Union will continue to support the reforms that are being conducted in Odesa region.
The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has specified conditions for banks' investments related to the financial restructuring of customers' debts.
Kyiv District Administrative Court has opened a case pursuant to a complaint lodged by nonaligned Ukrainian MP Boryslav Rozenblat involving the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) chief
Some nine battalions of the Ukrainian Armed Forces have already been trained in line with NATO and are performing tasks in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) zone in Donbas, Chief of the General Staff
A West Demerara farmer, who was charged in July with fraudulently converting his friend’s money to his own use and benefit, was yesterday found guilty of the crime and sentenced in his absence to fo
A New Amsterdam prisoner who escaped lawful custody in 2011 and was recently recaptured in Suriname was yesterday charged and remanded for murder at the New Amsterdam Magistrate’s Court.
United States Ambassador Perry Holloway and the Canadian High Com-missioner Lilian Chatterjee have declined to comment on President David Granger’s recent appointment of retired judge James Patterso
A resident of Buxton was yesterday denied bail after he was accused of robbing a man of $3,320,000 in cash and items.
With the life of the Public Service Commission having ended, its former Chairman, Carvil Duncan, will no longer continue challenging President David Granger’s decision to suspend him.
Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan has called on the Customs Anti-Narcotic Unit (CANU) to secure more convictions.
Veteran broadcaster Tommy Rhodes, who became a household name as the anchor of the VCT Evening News, has died.
Members of the Major Crimes Unit yesterday afternoon placed Marcus Brian Bisram’s mother under arrest at the Springlands Magistrate’s Court for attempting to pervert the course of justice.
PPP executive Zulfikar Mustapha yesterday filed an application in the High Court asking for the appointment of Justice James Patterson as Gecom Chairman to be overturned and for President David Grange
Kerwin Jervis, who allegedly tried to set his wife on fire in their home a week ago, was yesterday charged.
Saying that she was dissatisfied with the performance of the city constabulary, Georgetown Mayor Patricia Chase-Green yesterday declared that a reshuffling may be needed and warned Chief Constable And
Junior Communities Minister Valerie Patterson-Yearwood yesterday announced that squatters, who have been told to remove from the government reserve in Sophia, would be given an extension until the end
Guyana now has its first ever Local Government Commission (LGC).
The eight members of the constitutionally mandated body corporate were sworn in at a State House ceremony which President David Granger
Seven of the eight members of the Board of Directors of the Guyana Bank for Trade Industry Limited (GBTI) were yesterday charged with failing to comply with a court order that was issued by the High C
The Guyana Geology and Mines Com-mission (GGMC) through the Ministry of Natural Resources has awarded a grant for a total of $100 million to the University of Guyana (UG) for the Faculty of Technology
Amid an outpouring of opprobrium, Attorney General (AG) Basil Williams yesterday said that President David Granger found the basis for his unilateral declaration of a chairman of GECOM in the ruling o
Facebook is testing out a change to their network in six markets. As a result, posts from some publishers and businesses will be removed from the site’s News Feed section. The change
A website that helps Muslim men find “second wives” in Britain has more than 100,000 users registered, it has been revealed. The practice has been accused of opening women, often yo
The Conservative Party has received a “warning” over its use of a controversial secretive call center to cold call voters in marginal seats in the lead-up to the 2017 general electi
A 31-year-old German man verbally abused and physically attacked a 15-year-old refugee from Afghanistan. He hit the teen in the head, kicked his head on the ground, and performed a Nazi
A large fire broke out yesterday evening in Norapat village of the Armavir Province of Armenia, leaving more than 14 families homeless.
CNN anchor, US chief cook Anthony Burdain will be included into the list of undesired persons for illegal visit to the occupied lands of Azerbaijan.
The US authorities independently packed and removed it to Washington, according to the Russian embassy in the United States
The police called the death an apparent accident and suspect no foul play
Nakash Holdings' second Setai-branded luxury hotel in Israel to be located at site of historic 13th century structure
Some 34 terrorist organizations around the world have sworn allegiance to ISIL, according to the Russian defense minister
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu took part in the fourth meeting of defense ministers of the ASEAN member states
Geert Wilders’ appeal against his conviction for inciting discrimination kicks off at the high security court at Schiphol airport on...
Outgoing social affairs minister Lodewijk Asscher has welcomed a decision by EU ministers to stamp out social dumping on the...
Kenya is one of east Africa’s leading economies with a crucial tourism sector based on safaris and tropical beaches. As it heads to the polls on Thursday, here is some background. – Kenyat