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Daily Covid-19 update: SA death toll tops 53 000, 437 new cases

The Citizen At least 2,86 million people have died of Covid-19 around the world since the outbreak emerged in China in December 2019. South Africa passed the 53 000 death toll mark yesterday as another 37 deaths resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic were reported. The...

In Pictures: ADF Executive Committee members in meeting

Members of the ADF Executive Committee held their last meeting before Easter in the organisation's office last Tuesday 

ADF/Afrika Awake donate food parcels to Zimbabwean Community in SA

                     Migrants await their food parcels from the Zimbabwean Community in SA, donated to them by ADF/Afrika Awake on Saturday 27, March, at the Brethren In Christ Church in Hillbrow, Johannesburg

South Africans may be among Moz insurgents

By Nica Richards Since October 2017, 2,660 fatalities have been recorded and more than 700,000 people displaced. Several South Africans might have been involved in the fatal insurgent attacks in Mozambique last week, which saw dozens of people killed and thousands...

In pictures: The Zimbabwean Community in SA donates food vouchers to migrants

The Zimbabwean Community in SA continued with its lockdown activity of donating food vouchers to migrants. The latest donation was carried out at the Hillbrow Brethren In Christ Church in Johannesburg.  

South African MP wrong to claim 70% of informal economy ‘in hands of non-citizens’: Africa Check

In response to the president’s state of the nation address, a member of parliament questioned why most of South Africa’s informal economy is “in the hands of non-citizens”. But the evidence does not back up his claim. Member of parliament Zungula’s statistic was based...

“It is a sin that South Africans can do this to their fellow Africans” says witness to Durban violence

By Nokulunga Majola But no evidence of the alleged killing of two immigrants in last week’s attack Two immigrant street vendors in Durban were hospitalised after they were brutally attacked by a group of men on Monday. The assailants set alight stall tables and...

“Most of our members are at Nkandla”: MK veterans say they’re not behind Sunday’s attacks on immigrants

Witnesses say two traders were killed at Durban market and several injured The uMkhonto Wesizwe Military Veterans (MKMVA) has distanced itself from attacks on immigrant traders in Durban on Sunday which left two people dead according to witnesses. MKMVA KwaZulu-Natal...

Covid-19 leaves immigrants desperate for help with food

8,000 families have turned to Zimbabwean embassy for assistance Zimbabwean relief organisations in South Africa say immigrants are still battling to apply for the special Covid-19 R350-a-month grant. The grant was extended to cover immigrants in June last year. The...

SADC summit talks tough to quell troubled Mozambique

News24 Wire Insurgents ransacked Palma and murdered a number of local residents, as well as at least one South African contractor. Insurgent attacks in the northern parts of Mozambique cannot be allowed to continue without a “proportionate regional response”, and...

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Daily Covid-19 update: SA death toll tops 53 000, 437 new cases

The Citizen At least 2,86 million people have died of Covid-19 around the world since the outbreak emerged in China in December 2019. South Africa passed the 53 000 death toll mark yesterday as another 37 deaths resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic were reported. The...

South Africans may be among Moz insurgents

By Nica Richards Since October 2017, 2,660 fatalities have been recorded and more than 700,000 people displaced. Several South Africans might have been involved in the fatal insurgent attacks in Mozambique last week, which saw dozens of people killed and thousands...

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