South Africa

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Public spats tear apart South Africa’s largest trade union

Cii News | 20 August 2013 Trade Union federation, Cosatu is struggling to keep its divisive battles secret as its general secretary and president go Continue Reading →

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Newsroom, South Africa

Blue light gangs continue preying on the unsuspecting

Sakeena Suliman – Cii News | 11 Shawaal 1434/ 19 August 2013 Kneeling on the floor, with his hands bound in thick cable ties,he was Continue Reading →

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Newcastle farmers sick and tired of crime

Yolanda Mqushulu | Cii News  | 16 August 2013 Approximately 24 hours after the brutal murder of Timothy Green (44) on Sunday, the 11th of Continue Reading →

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Sheikh Raed Salaah visit to South Africa postponed

Cii News | 7 Shawaal 1434/15 August 2013 A series of public programmes on the current status of  Masjidul Aqsa and the ” Road of Continue Reading →

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Double murder leaves Azaadville in shock

Cii News | 06 August 2013 Tragedy struck the Azaadville community, west of Johannesburg, on Monday night, 5 August 2013, when Rashida Laher (60) and Continue Reading →

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Joint Newcastle/Volksrust operation nabs suspects

Nafisa Moolla | Cii News, Pic: Sgt AK Singh with the suspects at the Newcastle Police station | 05 August 2013 Through the vigilance of Continue Reading →

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Strong Ramadan spirit permeates South African prisons

Ebrahim Moosa – Cii News | 31 July 2013 Three months of sustained preparations by the Muslim Prisons Board of South Africa(MPBSA) have paved the Continue Reading →

Newsroom, South Africa

What’s up, South Africa?

Qaanitah Hunter |  30 July 2013 The political landscape in South Africa has, over the last year, changed drastically- to say the least. Last year Continue Reading →

South Africa

Students Empowering Humanity

Nabeela Vadi | Cii News | 26 July 2013 “Give a man a fish and he will be fed for a day, teach him how Continue Reading →