Daily Archives: December 8, 2018

Eulogy by President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Special Official Funeral of the late MrMendiMsimang, Christian Revival Church, Pretoria

Programme Directors,

Former President KgalemaMotlanthe,

Ministers, Deputy Ministers,

Premiers, MECs,

Members of the Judiciary,

Members of the Msimang family,

Comrades,

Friends,

Fellow South Africans,

We are gathered here in solemn mourning to pay our last …

Migrant Deaths Will Rise as Rescue Mission Ends in Mediterranean Sea

Leading U.N. humanitarian agencies warn migrant deaths in the Mediterranean Sea will multiply with the end of sea and rescue operations by Doctors Without Borders and its partner SOS Mediterranee.

The two international charities were …

Haunted by Colonial Past, Belgium’s Africa Museum Reopens After Revamp

Belgium’s Africa Museum reopened on Saturday after a five-year restoration to repackage its looted treasures with a critical view of the country’s brutal colonial past.

Deputy Prime Minister Alexander De Croo hailed a “historic moment” …

Bazzi represents Berri, Amal Movement in receiving body of Lebanese expatriate, calls for strengthening communication between Lebanon’s residents and immigrants

“Development and Liberation” Parliamentary Bloc Member, MP Ali Bazzi, represented House Speaker NabihBerri and Amal Movement in receiving the body of Lebanese young expatriate, Mohammed al-Khoshn, at Rafic Hariri International Airport this morning.

MP Bazzi …

SOUTH SUDAN LEADERS APPEAL FOR FORGIVENESS AFTER BRUTAL CIVIL WAR

JUBA, South Sudan- South Sudan’s President, SalvaKiir, and his deputy, WaniIgga, have joined a campaign seeking to reunite and reconcile South Sudanese, torn apart by a five-year conflict.

Using prerecorded audio messages, aired on local …