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Statement: State Security says no immediate threat to US interests in South Africa

South Africa's Ministry of State Security assures that there is no threat to U.S. facilities or interests in South Africa after law enforcement agencies investigated warnings of a possible attack by "extremists". This comes after the U.S. Diplomatic Mission in Pretoria alerted its citizens on Tuesday, 8 September, of such an attack on South African soil.

Garissa: African lives do matter

Western media reports on the Garissa University College attacks in Kenya, where 148 students were killed by al-Shabaab militants, have been sparse. Social media users have been vocal about their outrage at the "complicit silence" regarding what the Pope called "senseless brutality".
South Africa condemns Garissa massacre

South Africa condemns Garissa massacre

The South African government has condemned "in the strongest possible terms" the "barbaric and cowardly" terrorist attack at Garissa University College in Kenya last week, in which 148 people were killed and 79 or more injured.
A calf for Thandi

A calf for Thandi, South Africa’s poaching survivor

After surviving having her horn hacked off in 2012, Thandi - a white rhino at the Kariega Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape - has become a symbol of hope in the fight against poaching. The birth of her calf on Tuesday shows that a future generation of life is possible, says wildlife vet Dr William Fowlds.

South African government condemns terrorist attack in France

The South African government has come out in support of the UN Security Council's condemnation of the attack on journalists at Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris as "barbaric and cowardly", describing it as a "crime against humanity".

SA government condemns attack in France

SA government condemns attack in France

The South African government has come out in support of the UN Security Council's condemnation of the attack on journalists at Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris as "barbaric and cowardly", describing it as a "crime against humanity".
SA's 'most important year since 1994'

Togo attack ‘no threat to World Cup’

South African President Jacob Zuma and Fifa president Sepp Blatter each sent their condolences to Togo following Friday's terrorist attack on the Togolese football team in Angola, while insisting that the incident had no bearing on South Africa's hosting of the 2010 Fifa World Cup.

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