Anthrax

Anthrax infects 36 in Zimbabwe

No reports of human fatalities, although at least 25 cattle have already died.

Arrested ‘terrorist’ not our employee, says Sanral

Sanral has insisted that a man arrested in connection with threats against the company was technically not one of its employees.

Sanral employee arrested for anthrax scare

A Sanral employee has been arrested for acts of terrorism relating to the white powder scare at its offices, says the Hawks.

Dead zebras could be the key to anthrax treatment

Researchers say they have found a virus in the bodies of dead zebras that holds the key to treating those infected with anthrax.

Bomb threat reported at Sanral’s operations centre

Authorities are conducting a search at Sanral's operations centre in Samrand following reports of a bomb on the premises.

Second anthrax scare for Sanral

The Sanral operations centre in Centurion has been evacuated and two people quarantined after another anthrax scare, say police.

Justice Project SA condemns Sanral anthrax scare

After a white substance was found in an envelope at the Sanral offices, Justice Project SA says the incident was an act of terrorism and cowardice.

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