Shaxe Khumalo
On Air with Shaxe Khumalo
World News
Share your news:
Phone Number
082 370 1268
Email
Facebook
Twitter

World News

Doctors afraid Joan Rivers may end up as vegetable or in wheelchair
Doctors afraid Joan Rivers may end up as vegetable or in wheelchair Los Angeles - Joan Rivers' doctors are worried the comedienne may end up as a ''vegetable'' or be reliant on a wheelchair after she was placed in a coma four days ago.
Today in History: September 2nd
Today in History: September 2nd Historical Events: • 1867: 1st Girl School opens in Haarlem Neth. • 1956: Dr Sidney Read Welsch (85), researcher on SA explorers, dies in Cape Town...
Today in History: September 1st
Today in History: September 1st Historical Events:• 1859: A solar superstorm affects electrical telegraph service.• 1878: 1st female telephone operator starts work (Emma Nutt in Boston)...
Today in History: August 31st
Today in History: August 31st Historical Events:• 1900: British troops over run Johannesburg.• 1955: 1st sun-powered automobile demonstrated, Chicago, Ill.• 1978: Jomo Kenyatta,...
Today in History: August 30th
Today in History: August 30th Historical Events:• 1931: Derek Lyle Keys, SA minister of finance from 1992Oct. 1994, is born in Johannesburg.• 1947: Dean Tshenuwani Simon Farisane, pastor,...
SwaziLeaks is big on social media right now - here's what you need to know
SwaziLeaks is big on social media right now - here's what you need to know Johannesburg - As WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange prepares to end a two-year forced stay at Ecuador's London embassy, he may take comfort in knowing he inspired...
Verspreiding van Ebola in Wes-Afrika besig om toe te neem
Verspreiding van Ebola in Wes-Afrika besig om toe te neem Monrovia - Die verspreiding van Ebola in Wes-Afrika is besig om toe te neem.
Desperate crisis in Syria 'only getting worse'
Desperate crisis in Syria "only getting worse" Aleppo - More than three million Syrians are now registered as refugees and the desperate crisis is only getting worse.
Today in History: August 29th
Today in History: August 29th Historical Events:• 1930: The last 36 remaining inhabitants of St Kilda are voluntarily evacuated to other parts of Scotland.• 1900: The mayor of Cape Town,...
Pitt en Jolie haak uiteindelik die knoop deur
Pitt en Jolie haak uiteindelik die knoop deur Hollywood - Twee van Hollywood se blinkste sterre, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, is uiteindelik getroud.
VSA beskuldig Rusland van geweld in Oekraïne
VSA beskuldig Rusland van geweld in Oekraïne Washington - Die Amerikaanse president Barack Obama het Rusland daarvan beskuldig dat hulle vir die geweld in oos-Oekraïne verantwoordelik is.
Nigeria confirms first Ebola death outside Lagos
Nigeria confirms first Ebola death outside Lagos Port Harcourt - Nigeria has confirmed its first Ebola death outside Lagos – a doctor in the oil hub of Port Harcourt.
Indian Ocean search for missing plane refined
Indian Ocean search for missing plane refined Perth - Australia says the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will focus on the southern part of the search area in the Indian Ocean.
Today in History: August 28th
Today in History: August 28th Historical Events: • 1499: Explorer and navigator Vasco da Gama arrives in Lisbon after completing his voyage to India around the Cape of Good Hope...
British rapper suspect in James Foley killing
British rapper suspect in James Foley killing New York - U.S. forensic experts have unmasked the alleged British ISIS militant who killed American photojournalist James Foley in a computer reconstruction of his face.
'Roadmap' to end fighting in eastern Ukraine
"Roadmap" to end fighting in eastern Ukraine Belarus - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says a "roadmap" will be prepared to end fighting between troops and pro-Russian separatists in the east.
Today in History: August 27th
Today in History: August 27th Historical Events: • 1855: Jacobus Nicolaas Boshof, second president of the Orange Free State, is inaugurated.• 1919: General Louis Botha dies.•...
Long-term ceasefire in the Gaza strip
Long-term ceasefire in the Gaza strip Cairo - A long-term ceasefire has been agreed between Israel and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip.
Captured Russian soldiers crossed the border 'by mistake'
Captured Russian soldiers crossed the border "by mistake" Donetsk - Russia says that a group of Russian military personnel who were captured in eastern Ukraine had crossed the border by mistake.
‘Ouma’ duik dief, terg hom daarná
‘Ouma’ duik dief, terg hom daarná Washington - 'n Veertigjarige vrou het 'n jong man (20), wat van die polisie probeer vlug het, geduik en daarná geterg oor "'n ouma" hom vasgetrek het.
Malaysia Airlines burning $2 Million every day
Malaysia Airlines burning $2 Million every day Malaysia Airlines is facing dire economic straits after being involved in the two worst air tragedies of the year, Mashable reports.
Today in History: August 26th
Today in History: August 26th Historical Events: • 1907: Houdini escapes from chains underwater at Aquatic Park in 57 sec• 1875: John Buchan, English author who was also interested...
Today in History: August 25th
Today in History: August 25th Historical Events: • 1768: Captain James Cook departs from Plymouth, England on his first voyage onboard the Endeavour bound for the Pacific Ocean...
Syria conflict: Islamic State seizes Tabqa airbase
Syria conflict: Islamic State seizes Tabqa airbase Syria - Fighters from Islamic State (IS) have taken control of a key Syrian government airbase. More than 191,000 people have now been killed in the three-year-old Syrian...
Today in History: August 24th
Today in History: August 24th Historical Events:• 1958: Former South African Prime Minister Strijdom dies.• 1858: Richmond "Daily Dispatch" reports 90 blacks arrested for learning.•...
First 1 2 3 4 5  ... Last