A white woman has been jailed in South Africa for yelling racist abuse at a black police officer, in a case that laid bare attitudes that endure more than two decades after the end of apartheid.
In a ruling that lawyers believed to be the first prison term imposed in South Africa for verbal racial abuse, estate agent Vicki Momberg was sentenced to three years, with one year suspended, for directing offensive slurs at the officer. Previously people convicted of the same crime have been fined.-The Guardian
The biggest attempted land grab yet in #SouthAfrica is happening in –#Hermanus.
Tens of thousands of people can be seen invading the small coastal town of #Hermanus.
Source: https://t.co/7Wa9AGszTw pic.twitter.com/JRqDhQlEam https://t.co/t2x7gWIKjP
— 🇮🇹 Phil Rab (@phil_rab) March 28, 2018
South Africa’s White Farmers being murdered & tortured off their land.https://t.co/wmRVpeW9ym#LandExpropriationWithoutCompensation #WhiteMinorityGenocide#FarmMurders#SouthAfrica pic.twitter.com/LtkDH0F31H
— Aracellis Lyall (@AracellisLyall) March 28, 2018
— Paul Wallace (@PaulWallace123) March 28, 2018
#SouthAfrica A massive mob of 500 people protesting in Hermanus for land and houses turned violent and started killing white people, tying the manager of the Woolworth up and beat him to death, and killed 2 white nurses, and apparently they said they're going to kill foreigners.
— Yani Meyer (@YaniMeyer1) March 26, 2018
— SheStillTweets (@SpeakTruthMsK) March 25, 2018
The treatment towards @stevesmith49 at South African Airport is shameful. The matters were dealt. Mistakes are made by all even by SA Players!! #allarehuman #cricketspirit #CricketAustralia #southafrica pic.twitter.com/9PgZmc34BI
— Chaudhry Haris Najib (@HarisNajib) March 29, 2018
— Camaren Peter (@camaripop) March 29, 2018
— allAfrica.com (@allafrica) March 29, 2018
Tomorrow, 29 March 2018, Minister of Transport and Public Works, Donald Grant, and the Department’s Provincial Traffic Chief will be briefing the media on the 2018 Safely Home Provincial Easter Operational Plan.
The plan will outline the planned interventions, over this upcoming Easter weekend, geared towards improving safety on our roads for the thousands or motorists that will be travelling across the province over this infamously busy period.
Minister Grant and the Traffic Chief will be outlining key elements of the plan, while reflecting on lessons learnt from periods past.
As part of the launch, there will also be an enforcement operation conducted at the N7 Visserhoek Weighbridge.-Gov.Za
— John Keister (@TrueSoulution) March 28, 2018
Thank you so much.
Unfortunately my emotions are so messed up now, I can't keep sharing them. My therapist advised me this morning to take a break from it and process everything
— Judicaelle Irakoze (@Judicaelle_) March 28, 2018
— Lome Live (@lomeinlive) March 29, 2018
In #Rwanda, 90% of the population is covered by #health #insurance, more than 90% of those with HIV are on a consistent drug regime, and 93% of children are vaccinated against common communicable diseases including HPV. #impinv #SDG3 #health #healthcare #Telemedicine #HealthTech
— Alliance54 (@Alliance54e) March 28, 2018
— Austin Bwira (@BwiraAustin) March 28, 2018
Always as youth of Rwanda will fight all wars for our self, our country especially our President #Kagame we do not have anytime for listening people who shouting for nothing especially those are in exiled for nothing we are hire in #Rwanda to develop each and everything in Rwanda pic.twitter.com/gswjOTKXKG
— Sengabo Patrick❄ (@PatrickSengabo) March 28, 2018
#Rwanda recently became the first country in the world to incorporate #drone technology into its healthcare system, for delivering blood for transfusions. Tanzania now implements a similar model. #impinv #SDG3 #health #healthcare #Telemedicine #HealthTech #technology
— Alliance54 (@Alliance54e) March 28, 2018
“This is banditry in a country of so called rule of law. Since the 1980s our father worked hard to get this factory. Over 35 years of hard work and now in three hours you take it away." #EconomicJustice #RwandaEconomy #HumanRights #FreeRwigaras #Rwandahttps://t.co/KWWNnmCJcn
— Justice for Rwigara (@rwigara_justice) March 28, 2018
— digitaldjeli (@digitaldjeli) March 28, 2018
South Africa’s central bank cut interest rates to their lowest in two years, bolstering Africa’s most industrialised economy amid signs of confidence returning under Cyril Ramaphosa, the newly elected reformist president.-Financial Times
“The Global Financial Crisis a decade back almost brought the world’s economy to a grinding halt,” he said. “We only really experienced the crisis as an ‘observer’ and were shielded to a large extent from the fallout.
“Make no mistake, if the world’s economy had collapsed (and this was a real possibility without decisive action), South Africa would have been sucked in,” he said.-BusinessTech.za