News Reality

Putin says world anti-doping system must be open

by www.tass.ru
The Russian president urges to settle issue with the Therapeutic Usage Exemptions in sports to avoid doping abuse
Read Full Article On www.tass.ru
Latest
Two men were arrested by the Hawks for possession of dagga with an estimated street value of R300 000 at a farm near Klerksdorp.
Femi Makinde, Osogbo The remains of Senator Isiaka Adeleke, have been taken to a hospital for autopsy. Our correspondent, who is at the residence of the late politician observed a sudden rush of sympa
Civil society group will be back at the Durban High Court on Wednesday, seeking an interdict prohibiting the receiving, treating and disposing of any waste at the landfill.
The first civilian governor of Osun and serving senator, Isiaka Adeleke, is dead. He died in the early hours of Sunday at a private hospital in Osogbo after succumbing to a protracted ailment. Adeleke
Oliver Tambo was one of SA’s greatest leaders and freedom fighters. As we celebrate Freedom Day on Thursday, Jeff Radebe pays tribute to the Struggle icon.
Four people were killed and six others were injured when two cars collided on the N12 between Klerksdorp and Potchefstroom, paramedics said.
THOUSANDS of researchers marched through the streets of the country's main cities last night (Saturday) to remind ...
LEFT-WING French electoral candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon refused to speak in English to the BBC during an ...
Bucharest, April 23 /Agerpres/ - Romanian gymnast Marian Dragulescu on Sunday won the silver medal in the men's vault event at the 7th European Individual Championships in Cluj-Napcoa, after on Satur
Femi Makinde, Osogbo Supporters of Senator Isiaka Adeleke and hundreds of residents of Ede are in tears and wailing as the corpse of the politician is brought back to his residence. The corpse was dre
Horror crash claims the life of Bryan Ngobeni, son of suspended KZN commissioner Lt-General Mmamonnye Ngobeni and husband Brigadier Lucas Ngobeni.
Romanian gymnast Catalina Ponor on Sunday won the gold medal, while her fellow gymnast Larisa Iordache won the bronze medal in the women's beam final at the 7th European Individual Gymnastics Champio
Femi Makinde, Osogbo Irate youths protesting the sudden demise of Senator Isiaka Adeleke just attacked a journalists attacked to the NTA, Mr. Tope Alabi and his cameraman. The incident happened as the
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Oyo state command, said it arrested 51 suspected drug traffickers and addicts from January to date. A statement by the state command’s Public Relations Office
Delegates at labour federation Saftu's founding congress accused the ANC-led government of working with Cosatu to intimidate non-affiliated unions.
An Italian prosecutor claims charity boats rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean are in direct contact with people traffickers in Libya, reigniting a bitter row over what the aid groups defend as vit
Manca Šepetavc, a 21-year old track-and-field athlete from Litija, is the new Miss Sport of Slovenia.
One work from the 19997 Heads series by South African artist William Kentridge sold for a record R5.7 million at an auction in Paris this week.
Below is a schedule of events for Monday, 24 April:
A vehicle of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine was reported to have been damaged in an anti-tank blast in Donbas on Sunday morning, according to the press center of the Ukrainian Anti-Ter
The trophy German armored vehicles and restored Soviet tanks of World War II times are used in performed operation of the Red Army in Belin, which is staged at the Patriot Park not far from Moscow, th
A gold mine collapse in the Siberian city of Chelyabinsk, around 1,800 kilometers from Moscow, has left two miners dead, one in critical condition, TASS news agency has reported, citing
Top private investigator Rick Crouch thinks the investigation into the murder of Bafana goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa can now be described as a “cold case”.
Bubbly Jayshree Parausaramen makes her mark on the airwaves
The first executive Governor of Osun State, Senator Isiaka Adeleke is dead. Adeleke died this morning at Biket Hospital, Osogbo, Osun State. Adeleke was a two-time Nigerian senator who represented the
A third US citizen has been arrested and remains in custody in North Korea, according to South Korean news agency Yonhap. Read Full Article at RT.com
This was the heart-wrenching reaction of Thandi Mayisela after three of her children died in the horrific Bronkhorstspruit collision which killed 20 people.
Petro Poroshenko during his London visit voiced his tough assessments of the situation in Donbas. For the first time in a few months, the Normandy Four leaders held phone talks. The presidential campa
Patrols of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission drove on a mine in Donbass, one died, another injured, the OSCE head says
The AURA open championship in rhythmic gymnastics was held in the START sports and entertainment complex in Baku April 23.
A US citizen has been arrested as he tried to fly out of North Korea, becoming the third American to be detained there, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported Sunday. There was no immediate o
Transactions in the first three months of 2017, in capital Bucharest, took the demand for new office space to 97,300 square meters, with the average value of a transaction rising to 2,400 sqm in the
Simona Halep on Sunday defeated Great Britain's Johanna Konta 6-1 6-3, in their Fed Cup by BNP Paris Bas World Group II playoff tie hosted by Tenis Club IDU of Mamaia, giving Romania a 2-1 lead.
Businessman Vivian Reddy has threatened to sue the Concerned Citizens Group after its court bid to stop the construction of a multi-million rand development failed.

Recent News

Oilers on to Round 2 with 3-1 win over Sharks

Not looking for any bulletin-board stuff or a screaming 'guaranteed win' quote that would be all over Twitter, the careful Edmonton Oilers were saying all the right things Saturday morning about how t
Read Full Article

Springsteen gives surprise show at film festival

Bruce Springsteen took part in a two-hour jam session during a surprise appearance at a film festival in New Jersey.        
Read Full Article

Governments of Gulf countries increasingly focusing on development of tourism sector

The GCC’s hospitality industry constitutes 7% of all active projects in the GCC’s urban construction sector
Read Full Article

Japanese ships join US carrier for drills

Two Japanese destroyers began joint naval drills on Sunday with the USS Carl Vinson carrier strike group in the Pacific Ocean as it nears waters off the Korean Peninsula.
Read Full Article

China urges Korea peninsula denuclearisation

"China is firmly supporting the denuclearisation of the area in the name of stability and peace", Foreign Minister Wang Yi told reporters.
Read Full Article

Furious Afghans call for resignations after Taliban attack

The exact toll from Friday's assault in the northern province of Balkh remained unclear, with some local officials putting the number of dead alone as high as 130.
Read Full Article

Israeli attack on Syria military camp kills three

The Al-Fawwar camp in Syria`s southwestern Quneitra province is used by the National Defence Forces (NDF), which command some 90,000 fighters across Syria. 
Read Full Article

Ready to strike US aircraft carrier, says North Korea

President Donald Trump ordered the USS Carl Vinson carrier strike group to sail to the Korean peninsula in response to rising tension over North's missile tests.
Read Full Article

A piece of sky will fly in theatres

Without the existence of dreams our existence would be pretty dull. And in dreams almost anything can happen, just as in fairytales and imaginary lands where even a piece of sky can dream of flying.
Read Full Article

Popular Finance

Angola: Civil servants urged to pay taxes

Luanda - The General Tax Administration (AGT) appealed on Saturday in Luanda to the civil servants to honour with rigor, dedication and responsibility their duty of tax payers, as law abiding citizen
Read Full Article
 

11 Things To Know Before Becoming An Uber Or Lyft Driver

Here's some useful and realistic advice for anyone who is thinking about driving for Uber or Lyft either full-time or part-time
Read Full Article

African Americans get less sleep than whites, an inequality stretching back to slavery

When we study racial inequality, we tend to consider factors that affect people while they are awake. Differential access to safe neighborhoods with good schools, decent jobs and unbalanced treatm
Read Full Article

Why aren't people listening to scientists?

Who would you trust more: a politician or a scientist? Even in our age of skepticism, I think more people would vote for the scientist. And yet politicians who challenge well-tested scientific the
Read Full Article

How to secure the border. Spoiler alert: A wall won't do it

This may surprise you: The U.S. knows a lot about how to dramatically reduce the number of immigrants crossing our southern border illegally. We have programs in place that work. But few politicia
Read Full Article

To win control of the House, Democrats will have to stop fighting one another

After strong showings in two special elections for congressional seats, Democrats are beginning to believe they have a real shot at winning control of the House of Representatives next year. But i
Read Full Article

Angola: Natrabank representation unveiled

Luanda - The Minister of Geology and Mining, Francisco Queiroz, inaugurated on saturay in Luanda the headquarters of the representation of Natrabank, Africa's first natural resource bank. , The loc
Read Full Article

Angola: Association wants to increase hotels occupancy rate to 50%

Luanda - The Angolan Hotels and Resorts Association (AHRA) wants to increase this year, the occupancy rate of the country’s hotels to 50 percent, as part of the Tourism Operational Progamme of the in
Read Full Article

Huíla: Japan finances construction of food processing centre in Namibe

Lubango - A food preservation and processing centre will be inaugurated in June this year in the city of Moçâmedes, Namibe province, in n funding from the government of Japan, captured by the United
Read Full Article