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UN peacekeeping forces staged a bloody skirmish in the east of the DR Congo. There are dead.

UN Secretary-General António Guterres said he was “outraged” by the deaths of two people on Sunday when peacekeepers opened fire on a border post with Uganda in the troubled eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Guterres emphasizes the need to establish responsibility for these events. The UN Secretary General also supports the arrest of the

South Africa: Drone captures killer whales attacking great white shark

A group of scientists managed to shoot with a drone the attack of three killer whales on a great white shark. The photos are impressive. Killer whales are formidable predators. Depending on the region they live in, some of them specialize in hunting very specific animals with very sophisticated methods: running aground on the shore

Methanol, a lead in the death of 21 young people in a bar in South Africa

Toxicological tests indicate the presence in the blood of victims of this product, sometimes used in the manufacture of counterfeit alcohol. After more than three weeks of waiting and rumors, the families of the 21 teenagers who died mysteriously in a bar in East London, South Africa on June 26 may finally have a lead

Katrina Esau teaches nluu

In South Africa, a grandmother fights to save one of the country’s oldest languages

In the Rainbow Nation, the language of the San, whose origin dates back millennia, is on the verge of extinction. The last person in the world to speak it fluently, Katrina Esau, 89, has decided to fight for her to survive him. In the far north of the country, the city of Upington extends to

GoodWe opens an office in Johannesburg, South Africa

GoodWe opens an office in Johannesburg, South Africa

GoodWe announces the opening of a new office in Johannesburg, South Africa, demonstrating the company’s commitment to the solar market in sub-Saharan Africa. GoodWe announces the opening of a new office in Johannesburg, South Africa, demonstrating the company’s commitment to the solar market in sub-Saharan Africa. The opening of this space will allow us to

South Africa: Four dead in shooting near Johannesburg

This attack comes precisely a week after shootings in two bars in South Africa, which left twenty dead, including sixteen in a tavern in Soweto, still near the metropolis. A group of men were sitting around a fire and playing dice in a suburb of Johannesburg on Saturday night when assailants arrived and opened fire,

South Africa: after the Covid, companies weighed down by power cuts

With state-owned Eskom unable to support the country, President Cyril Ramaphosa is considering creating competition in the energy sector. Annoyance gave way to uncertainty. After weeks of close power cuts, South African businesses large and small are suffering in terms of productivity but also costs, when they would rather hire to forget the post-pandemic blues.

Troubled war: what is happening in South Africa

More than 100 people were killed in the pogroms and street riots. South Africa was actually on the verge of civil war. Street protests that swept the country after the arrest of former President Jacob Zuma turned into riots and pogroms. Crowds of people smash and rob shops, set fire to buildings and cars. More

Shooting in Johannesburg: death toll rises to 15

The death toll from a shooting in the Soweto township on the outskirts of Johannesburg in South Africa has risen to 15. Faith Mazibuko, head of the provincial public security department, told reporters that one of the injured died in the hospital. “So far 15 people have been confirmed dead,” she said. A mass shooting

Man’s ancestors from caves in South Africa lived a million years earlier than thought

Fossils of ancient human ancestors from the South African Sterkfontein caves are 3.4–3.6 million years old, a million years older than previously thought. The recently studied remains belong to Australopithecus, which lived, as previously believed, 2-2.6 million years ago. The researchers used new technology to study the deposits. The current discoveries around the caves, which

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