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Confusion about who should check a vessel meant to pick up 60 000 sheep has exposed fissures in the Covid-19 regulations
Rebecca Davis points out that in Europe, until as recently as the 18th century, animals accused of wrongdoing were expected to stand trial.
SPCA inspectors say they will lay criminal charges against members of Thandi Modise’s staff who allegedly threatened them at her farm.
As demand for crocodile skin handbags increase, luxury goods companies such as Louis Vuitton and Gucci are making acquisitions to secure croc supply.
The board of inquiry also found that it was Khosa and his brother-in-law Thabiso Muvhango who caused the altercation with the defence force members
About 20 people in South Africa die each day from the coronavirus, and this number may peak at 300, while positive cases may reach 8 000 a day, according to some projections
President Cyril Ramaphosa notes that the behaviour of citizens during level 3 will determine the fate of the nation
The best-case scenario is that South Africa's tourism sector’s recovery will only begin in earnest towards the end of this year
Africa should abandon the neoliberal path to be able to deal with Covid-19 and other health system challenges likely to emerge in future
A staggered exit from the lockdown accompanied by stepped-up testing to cover every district is necessary for India right now
The Gauteng City-Region Observatory is seeking to appoint a high-calibre researcher and manager to be the executive director and to lead it