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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Man has 12cm flesh-eating tapeworm removed which had ‘eaten his brain’ for 15yrs

The Chronicle A man has had a 12cm-long flesh-eating tapeworm removed from his head which had been slowly eating his brain for the past 15...

Catholic church probes after two nuns get pregnant while working in Africa

The Chronicle Two nuns are now under investigation by the Catholic church after they fell pregnant while carrying out missionary work in Africa. The two women,...

US formally withdraws from climate accord

The Chronicle The US on Monday formally notified the UN that it was withdrawing from the Paris climate accord, making the world’s largest economy the...

No apologies: Africans say their need for oil cash outweighs climate concerns

The Chronicle CAPE TOWN/LONDON — A handful of protesters on the ground floor of the cavernous Cape Town International Convention Centre spread fake oil on...

Looters grab goods, TVs from trucks on blocked N1 in Cape Winelands

The Chronicle Two trucks were looted yesterday morning after being forced to stop on the N1 in De Doorns, in the Western Cape Winelands, because...

Chinese experts to help France reconstruct Notre Dame cathedral

The Chronicle Chinese experts will participate in the restoration of France’s Notre Dame cathedral, state media reported on Wednesday, following a meeting between the two...

Botswana lifts Prophet Bushiri’s visa restrictions

The Chronicle Botswana has lifted its visa restrictions on the leader of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Church, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, the church revealed in...

ICC sentences DRC rebel chief Ntaganda to 30 years in prison

The Chronicle The International Criminal Court (ICC) has sentenced a Congolese former rebel leader known as “The Terminator” to 30 years in prison after he...

Johnson spars with election rivals on Brexit and Trump

The Chronicle LONDON — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn traded blows on Tuesday over Brexit and Donald Trump...

Zuma calls in sick for state capture inquiry

The Chronicle Former president Jacob Zuma will no longer appear before the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture on Monday. In a statement issued yesterday...
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