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WHO Update on Plague in Madagascar

World Health Organization

* Since August 2017, Madagascar is experiencing a large outbreak of plague affecting major cities and other non-endemic areas. * From 1 August through 30 October 2017, a total of 1801 confirmed, probable and suspected cases of plague, including 127 deaths, have been reported by the Ministry of Health of Madagascar to WHO * Since …

Plaasmoorde en -aanvalle neem skerp toe

Moord op vroue in Suid-Afrika bereik ongekende hoogtes

Volgens die polisie se misdaadstatistiek het plaasmoorde en –aanvalle in die 2016/2017 boekjaar skerp toegeneem. Plaasmoorde het met 27,5% en plaasaanvalle met 22,9% toegeneem. In die verslagjaar was daar 74 plaasmoorde (58 in 2015/16) en 638 plaasaanvalle (519 in 2015/16). Nadat die polisie aanvanklik geweier het om misdaadstatistiek oor plaasmoorde en –aanvalle beskikbaar te stel, …

Crime statistics for 2016 – 2017 released

Crime statistics for 2016/2017 released Cape Town, Tuesday 24 October 2017: Today the Department of Police, led by the Minister of Police, Mr Fikile Mbalula, released the annual national crime statistics for the 2016/2017 financial year. These statistics reflect on the period 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 and were released during a presentation …

10111 STRIKE UNPROTECTED

SAPS

Pretoria, Tuesday 17 October 2017: The South African Police Service reaffirms its position that the 10111 SAPU-affiliated employees strike is unprotected. This follows the signing of a collective agreement in September at the Safety and Security Sectoral Bargaining Council (SSSBC) to which both POPCRU as the majority union in the SSSBC, as well as the …

LIFE IMPRISONMENT FOR COP KILLERS

LIMPOPO- The Polokwane High Court has on Monday sentenced Thomas Nunu Makanye (33), and Simon Setwanye Monakedi (37), to life imprisonment for killing a police officer in January 2016. The late Warrant Officer, Joel Seloga (57), who was attached to Groblersdal Cluster detectives was shot and killed near Brits when he was assisting local police …

HAWKS ARREST ONE OF THEIR OWN

HAWKS

The Acting National Head of the Directorate For Priority Crime Investigation (HAWKS) Lieutenant General Yolisa Matakata has learnt with disappointment the arrest of the units’ Serious Anti-Corruption commander in Mpumalanga. Captain Richard Nkwanyana (48) handed himself over the Hawks’ Middelburg Organised Unit members on Monday following a protracted investigation into alleged theft of about R439 …

FRUITS OF DISCONTENT

This week Special Assignment broadcasts a follow-up to our ongoing investigations into alleged corruption and elite capture of state-owned farms that are turning the fruits of agrarian land reform into a bitter harvest. When one thinks of elite capture, the Gupta family immediately springs to mind, accused of turning South Africa into their personal ATM, …