Thu Apr 27 10:56:02 CAT 2017

Study finds how polluting nanoparticles get into blood and damage hearts

Inhaled nanoparticles like those pumped out in vehicle exhausts can work their way through the lungs and into the bloodstream where they can raise the risk of heart attack and stroke, scientists said on Wednesday.

White House to keep paying Obamacare subsidies for now: official

The Trump administration will continue to pay subsidies for low-income Americans receiving healthcare coverage under Obamacare, but no decisions have been made about future funding, a White House official said on Wednesday.

Vote against Zuma at your peril‚ ANC KZN warns its MPs

The ANC in eThekwini has read the riot act to five of its seven members deployed in Parliament‚ laying down the law and ordering them not to abandon President Jacob Zuma ahead of a planned no-confidence vote.

Brown grants Eskom more time to consider Molefe’s pension payout

Minister of Public Enterprises Lynne Brown has granted Eskom’s board more time to come up with a new pension payout proposal for the parastatal’s former group chief executive Brian Molefe.

Durban court orders EnviroServ to stop dumping at its Shongweni site

Waste management company EnviroServ have been barred from dumping at their Shongweni landfill site by the Durban High Court.

Gun licences that expire due to bureaucracy should not have to be destroyed‚ court hears

Booers to be dealt with by ANC

Blood from Van Breda axe killing flew out of window and hit neighbour's house

 Henri van Breda in the Cape Town High Court Image: Ruvan Boshoff

Businesswoman in court for alleged fraud after being on run for over two years