The City of Cape Town has agreed, “in principle”, to sell the Salt River Market site to a “social housing institution” for 10% of its market value for an 820 unit mixed-use development, it says.
A video uploaded to Facebook by one of US president Donald Trump’s lawyers claims that 60 000 Christians have been killed by nomadic Muslim herdsmen in central Nigeria since 2001.
The parents of the children who were victims in the sexual assault case against a former scholar patrol guard at AB Xuma Primary School in Soweto have welcomed the NPA’s decision to appeal his acquittal.
Qualcomm is asking China to ban sales of the iPhone XS and XR as part of a patent dispute with Apple.
The PM says the withdrawal deal “can be passed” but MPs must be assured the backstop is not a “trap”.
Members President Trump’s Republican party joined Democrats by 56-41 to rebuke the longtime US ally.
French police have “neutralised” a gunman who attacked a Strasbourg Christmas market – reports quoting police sources.
The group is suspected of attempting to steal copper before becoming trapped in a West Virginia mine.
Accused in the US of acting as agent for the Kremlin, Maria Butina has signed a deal with prosecutors.
The New York Times is sent thousands of tales of accidental eye contact on the Tube and badly made tea.