In KwaZulu-Natal, many have been queuing for food, sometimes from the early hours of the morning, just to get a few items
The flames of bright orange bubbling out of water looks like molten lava that was called the "eye of fire" on social media because of its blaze's circular shape
Americas: Nicaragua police arrested journalist Miguel Mora late Sunday, the fifth opposition figure to hope to challenge President Daniel Ortega in the November election in the past 3 weeks. Police officers stated in a statement that Mora, 57, was being...
The developing countries should chosen by the vaccine manufacturing companies for vaccine production
"Do you want the COVID-19 vaccine? Do you have a US visa? Contact us," reads a travel agency ad giving offers to Mexicans to fly to the United States to be vaccinated.
The reported death toll from nearly two weeks of protests against the Colombian government rose by forty on Tuesday
The death toll from a police ambush on a drug gang in a poor neighbourhood in Rio de Janeiro rose to 28
Anti-government protests have been raging throughout Colombia for the eighth consecutive day, as rights groups remain to raise concerns
At least 23 people were killed and 65 were severly injured when a railway overpass and train collapsed onto a traffic road in Mexico City Monday night, crushing cars under fallen wagons and debris.
Former Bolivian President Jeanine Anez Chavez stated that she had been given four-month pre-trial detention after being arrested on accusation linked to the ousting of her predecessor Evo Morales.