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NEWS - TIMES LIVE
  • UK concerned over Iran situation, awaiting full facts on scientist killing
    British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday he was concerned about the situation in Iran and wider region after the killing of a top Iranian nuclear scientist.
  • South Korea bans year-end parties, some music lessons, as virus spikes again
    South Korean authorities announced a ban on year-end parties and some music lessons on Sunday and said public saunas and some cafes must also close after coronavirus infections surged at their fastest pace since the early days of the pandemic.
  • Three children killed in KZN after stepping on illegal power cable
    Three children died on Saturday afternoon after stepping on an illegal power cable at the Jika Joe informal settlement in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal.
  • KZN cop shot, police car hijacked
    A policeman from Ezibayeni in KwaZulu-Natal was shot several times and his car stolen on Saturday while he was conducting investigations in the area.
  • Six explosions in Eritrean capital of Asmara, says US State Department
    Six explosions were reported in the Eritrean capital, Asmara, late on Saturday, the US State Department said on Twitter although the cause and location were not clear.
  • Mike Tyson fights to draw with Roy Jones Jr. in exhibition boxing match
    Mike Tyson showed age has not robbed him of his power as the former heavyweight champion, in his long-awaited return to the ring, dominated Roy Jones Jr. in an exhibition fight on Saturday in Los Angeles that was surprisingly ruled a draw.
  • NEWS - BUSINESS LIVE
  • UK fails consistency test in allowing Covid-19 Christmas reprieve
    Whatever the risk from five days of merry-making, it is far from zero
  • UK fails consistency test in allowing Covid-19 Christmas reprieve
    Whatever the risk from five days of merry-making, it is far from zero
  • Can the US avoid entering an epistemological crisis?
    Various media outlets associated with the political right have fuelled ‘rigged election’ beliefs, and social media are playing a major role
  • Dueling billionaires: Who will blink first, Bezos or Ambani, for Indian retail control?
    Accusations of insider trading and contractual breaches, nationalistic cries to keep the US giant at bay — what started as a spat has become a war and the battleground is the grocery business
  • ‘Keep tourism tap open’
    Cape Covid spike raises fears that industry could be devastated - again
  • Exchange U-turn to block full fund exit
    Kuben Naidoo says that the objective is to create neutrality between debt and equity instruments