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  • China slams criticism of detentions
    OTTAWA — Chinese ambassador Lu Shaye says Canada’s arrest of a Huawei Technologies executive was an act of “backstabbing” by a friend.
    And Lu warns of “repercussions” if Canada bars the firm from its new 5G network for security reasons, as have three of its intelligence-sharing allies....

  • ‘Sugar-coated poison pill’
    toronto — ontario has eliminated free tuition for low-income students as it attempts to trim a multibillion-dollar deficit, a move that — despite an accompanying tuition fee cut — is being slammed as harmful to those it’s purported to help.
    the ontario Student...

  • UK PM Starts Talks on New Brexit Deal After Winning Confidence Vote
    British Prime Minister Theresa May won a vital confidence vote in the House of Commons on Wednesday, averting a snap general election that could have ushered in a Labour government.
    After seeing off a challenge that would have triggered a battle for control...

  • Liberals reject candidate’s hope for second chance in byelection against Singh
    VANCOUVER — The Liberals have swiftly rejected a bid by a former byelection candidate who hoped for a second chance to run for the party after making an online comment about the ethnicity of NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh.
    Karen Wang dropped out Wednesday as the...

  • Brexit talks ‘a stunt’
    A weakened but defiant Prime Minister Theresa May met lawmakers from Britain’s rival Brexit factions Thursday to try to forge a replacement for her rejected European Union exit plan.
    But the country’s main opposition leader branded the talks a “stunt,” and May gave little sign she would make major changes to the divorce deal tossed out by Parliament this week...

  • Experts detonate explosives from Kenya extremist attack
    0 Mourners pray for victims of an attack on a Nairobi hotel complex yesterday. The al-qaeda-linked extremist group Al-shabab claimed responsibility bomb disposal experts yesterday found and safely detonated an explosive left over from the deadly extremist attack...

  • Water shutdowns extended
    THE SOL Plaatje Municipality has announced that, due to the current heatwave, the local authority is struggling to meet the city’s demand for water and the nightly shutdowns will be extended.
    Municipal spokesperson Sello Matsie said yesterday that the demand for water in the city was currently “extremely high”....

  • Prince Philip unhurt after car overturns in collision close to Sandringham
    The Duke of Edinburgh has escaped unhurt after the car he was driving was involved in an accident close to the Sandringham estate in Norfolk.
    Police were called to the scene of a collision involving 97-year-old Prince Philip yesterday. Witnesses told the BBC that the Land Rover being driven by Philip had overturned after pulling out from a driveway on the A149...

  • Living with the shutdown ‘I’m not really a water drinker, but it’s free’
    Apile of untouched menus lay on a table at Alec’s Sports Bar. A waitress wandered over occasionally to fill the water glasses of the Jesup federal prison staff but knew not to ask if anyone needed a soft drink or a plate of chicken.
    “I’m not usually a water drinker,” Hannah Gariepy, a teacher and eightyear employee of the prison, pointed out...

  • New doctor in the house
    IF the hit RTÉ health and fitness show Operation Transformation appeals to us all because of its humanity, then its new medical expert, Dr Sumi Dunne, is a perfect fit for the team.
    As the leaders’ often emotionally moving stories unfold, the show’s experts...

  • Making the right connection
    WHAT’S the bet that the internet is causing arguments in families right now? At this very moment, an exasperated parent somewhere is telling their teenager to put away their tablet, games console or smartphone and to start paying some attention to the physical world around them....

  • Stun grenades ‘calm situation’ in Stutterheim council chaos
    Police fired stun grenades at rival factions in an ANC meeting shortly before the council was due to elect a new mayor, speaker and chief whip in Stutterheim this week.
    The ANC is experiencing revolt from several Eastern Cape councils where it wants to reshuffle executives....

  • May tries to find new Brexit deal
    THERESA May and senior Cabinet ministers were engaged in intensive discussions with MPs from all sides of the Brexit debate, as the Prime Minister fought to find a deal which could command support in Parliament.
    But Jeremy Corbyn and his front bench continued to snub the talks, which the Labour leader dismissed as a “stunt”....

  • Transnet aims for Brian and other former executives
    The Transnet board is taking legal action against former CEO Brian Molefe and CFO Anoj Singh in an effort to recover billions of rands lost in an alleged looting spree during their tenure.
    Transnet board chairperson Popo Molefe revealed this yesterday when he presented a progress report about their interventions in turning around the troubled state-owned entity....

  • Wads of cash all set for bribes
    The Zondo Commission ventured into the belly of the beast of the illicit operations at the controversial Bosasa empire, with video evidence showing wads of cash totalling R1m being counted for the payment of bribes.
    The second day of explosive testimony by...

  • Kewpie a homecoming for LGBTIQ legacy in SA
    Capetonians have a last chance to see Kewpie: Daughter of District Six at the District Six Homecoming Centre, an exhibition conceived by the Gala (Gay and Lesbian Memory in Action) centre in celebration of its 21st birthday. And what better way to celebrate a coming of age than a photographic exhibition of the District Six gay icon, Kewpie....

  • Trump eyes space-based sensors for defence
    US President Donald Trump was due to unveil a revamped US missile defence strategy yesterday that looks at ways to boost America’s security, including by possibly deploying a new layer of space-based sensors to detect and track enemy missiles. The Missile Defence...

  • The teen, the python, the platypus and naked dad
    A PLASTIC platypus and some quick thinking from a naked snake wrangler saved a Cape York teen from a scrub python that had him wrapped like a scaly doona.
    Ryan Jackson, 14, woke up just before 1am to find the 3.5m serpent wrapped around his arm with a mouthful of hand....

  • Cost of shutdown on the rise
    The White House admitted yesterday that the US government shutdown was costing the economy twice as much as thought, while the Democrats pushed for a delay in President Trump’s State of the Union address.
    Almost 50,000 employees were ordered back to work unpaid to relieve backlogs and shortages by preparing tax returns, running air traffic control systems and inspecting food....

  • 15 killed in Syria suicide attack claimed by IS
    QAMISHLI(Syria): A suicide attack claimed by the IS group killed 15 people including a US serviceman on Wednesday in the northern Syrian city of Manbij near the Turkish border, a monitor said.
    Nine civilians and five USbacked fighters were among the dead in the attack on a restaurant in the flashpoint city, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said....