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Global Statistics

All countries
548,933,383
Confirmed
Updated on June 27, 2022 12:55 am
All countries
520,712,076
Recovered
Updated on June 27, 2022 12:55 am
All countries
6,350,757
Deaths
Updated on June 27, 2022 12:55 am
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OBITUARY | Human rights advocate George Bizos dies at the age of 92

Human rights lawyer and close friend of Nelson Mandela died from natural causes at his home on Wednesday.He will be best remembered for representing Mandela and his co-accused in the Rivonia Trial.Bizos is survived by his three sons. His wife Arethe died in 2017.Celebrated human rights lawyer and close friend of late president Nelson Mandela, George Bizos,…

OBITUARY | Kaunda Ntunja impacted rugby and people | Sport

Kaunda Ntunja didn't only play rugby or commentate it; he impacted rugby.Many will play it, even more watch it, but very few will impact the game in as profound a way as Ntunja did. Ntunja, who died suddenly at the age of 38 on Monday, was a human's human – a buffer and a helping…

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City of Cape Town urges people to leave Kataza the baboon alone

Kataza the baboon. Facebook / Baboon Matters The City of Cape Town has asked the public not to feed a baboon that has relocated to Tokai. The baboon, known as Kataza or SK11, is slowly being integrated into the Tokai troop. Video footage, however, shows humans feeding Kataza. The City of Cape Town has requested that Kataza…

Rassie: There are various benefits for SA rugby to go north

As SA Rugby moves to determine which franchises will go to Europe in future, Rassie Erasmus has noted several potential benefits for the local game should that route be followed.The national director of rugby believes the high world rankings of Wales, Ireland and Scotland mean PRO Rugby is competitive and that fans will eventually identify…

A Once-in-a-Century Climate ‘Anomaly’ Might Have Made World War I Even Deadlier

(John Finney Photography/Moment/Getty Images) An abnormally bad season of weather may have had a significant impact on the death toll from both World War I and the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic, according to new research, with many more lives being lost due to torrential rain and plummeting temperatures. Through a detailed analysis of an ice…