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The designers are working hard to have the jet do maximum for the pilot, said Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Aerospace Forces Col-Gen Viktor Bondarev
A man was arrested by the Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) K9 Unit for possession of stolen Smirnoff Vodka valued at about R3 million.
DILI - Voters in East Timor queued up on Saturday to cast their vote in the country's fourth parliamentary elections since independence in a ballot where campaigning has focused on development and job
Numsa has called on the South African Police Service (SAPS) management to ensure that emergency number 10111 workers are paid fairly.
For the anxious friends and family of aspiring model and Miss Soweto finalist, Geneveve Mothupi, this has been a gruelling week.
The EU Council has approved trade preferences for Ukraine. The IMF gave Kyiv a respite for land reform. The Cabinet reported on its work in the first half of the year. The prime minister instructs to
A downpour early Saturday morning in many parts of Lagos State has disrupted the start of the state council polls. At Oshodi, where our correspondent is monitoring the polls, party agents were seen st
NGOs say a donation could hit a sweeter spot on Mandela Day to meet the real needs of the needy.
Hundreds of mourners have gathered at Mbombela Stadium, Mpumalanga, to pay their last respects to jazz veteran Ray Phiri.
The project is expected to restore the activities in tourism and promotion of cultural traditions.
A French court jailed two Britons yesterday, Friday, for over two years for having smuggled migrants to England in a light aircraft in what prosecutors said was a first.
More than 30 000 teachers have been absent from school since the beginning of the year in Gauteng in all 15 provincial districts of education.
In the first half of 2017, Armenia’s trade volume increased 24% over the same period last year, according to data from the country’s National Statistical Service (NSS).
The South Korean team became the absolute winner, as each of its members won a gold medal
The 10111 strike looks set to intensify next week, with the Sapu meeting this weekend to discuss how to shut down the emergency call centre entirely.
Pavel Sukhoi was born on July 22, 1895 in the small town of Hlybokaye near Vitebsk, Belarus - part of the Russian Empire at that time. After graduating from the Imperial Moscow Technical School in 192
Within a month of release after 19 days in prison, convicted fraudster Teresa Fernandez went to church to be baptised ahead of a new life.
After months of reports in this newspaper about illegal purchases by the GPHC totalling $632m, the board of the hospital yesterday said that its former Chief Executive Officer, Allan Johnson had acted
The manhunt for the remaining four inmates who escaped from the Georgetown Prison on July 9 continues and it is suspected that they are hiding out in separate locations.
Over 2000 persons have applied for the 100 onshore oil jobs advertised by the Muneshwer’s joint venture, Guyana Shore Base Inc (GSBI) and applications continue to come in on a daily basis.
Ninety high-risk prisoners from the gutted Camp Street penitentiary remain in the swampy area near the Lusignan Prison and according to Prison Director (ag) Gladwin Samuels sand filling work will star
Two police officers testified on day two of the Commission of Inquiry (COI) into the alleged plot to assassinate President David Granger.
An overseas-based Guyanese is now a patient of the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) after being shot during a robbery.
The spate of blackouts around the country yesterday was due to a fallen suspension insulator on a 69Kv transmission line in Sophia, the Guyana Power and Light (GPL) has said.
A former policeman stood in a city court yesterday to answer to two charges of armed robbery, for items valued at $72,800.

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