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Disease experts call on WHO, governments for more action on monkeypox

GENEVA— Some prominent infectious disease experts are pushing for faster action from global health authorities to contain a growing monkeypox outbreak that has spread to at least 20 countries.They are arguing that governments and the World Health Organ…

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Posted in Human Rights

More than 550 wanted suspects arrested during Operation O Kae Molao

PARKTOWN – The Provincial Commissioner of the police in Gauteng Lieutenant General Elias Mawela was joined by the Gauteng MEC for Community Safety Ms Faith Mazibuko as he led yet another Operation O Kae Molao which resulted in the arrest of more than 5…

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Gauteng police issue R100 000 reward for information on a wanted murder suspect

PARKTOWN – The police in Gauteng have issued a reward of R100 000.00 to anyone who can come forth with information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of Mbuso Ndabazovela Biyela who is wanted for multiple cases of murder that occurred between …

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Three stolen vehicles recovered, four suspects to appear in court

DURBAN: Police officers from the Provincial Trio and Vehicle Task Team received information of about a vehicle that was wanted for theft in Pietermaritzburg. It was reported that the vehicle entered the Newlands area.Police and security officials imme…

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Putting Children First

Leading the National Campaign on Child Protection is the Station Commander of the Chatsworth Police Station Brigadier Ruth De Villiers together with her two foot soldiers Captain Hope and Sergeant Faith. “Ubuntu nguni bantu, umntu ngumntu ngabantu, hum…

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