As the SA Water senior manager of production and treatment explained, the amount of beer they’ve accepted “would be the equivalent of powering around 1,200 houses”.
According to a firm that handles US expatriate affairs, 2020 is shaping up to be a record year for Americans renouncing their US citizenship, going by data from the year’s first nine months. The news is all the more notable, since US consulates have truncated their affairs since March when the COVID-19 pandemic went global.
Opposition politician Tundu Lissu only barely survived an assassination attempt in 2017. Now, he is running for president against incumbent John Magufuli, the man who likely wanted him dead.
While the coronavirus pandemic raged out of control across the world, shoppers in the US found themselves in a rather tricky situation when they realised that Amazon had failed to deliver toilet paper. Walmart has taken advantage of the confusion and people’s concerns and labelled loo paper as being “suitable for a gift”.
Former Canadian Prime Minister John Turner, who presided over one of the most crushing defeats in the history of the country’s Liberal Party, died Saturday at his home in Toronto at the age of 91. Turner’s passing was confirmed in a statement by Canada’s Department of Canadian Heritage. A cause of death wasn’t identified. Throughout…
A group of activists burned a copy of the Islamic holy book and uploaded the video, depicting it online after police arrested a leader of “Hard Line” political party was arrested by authorities.
For the first time ever, the European Commission is examining the state of rule of law in each EU member state. Věra Jourová discusses weaknesses in Germany and serious concerns elsewhere.