TimesLIVE Protesters disrupt Cape Town traffic and destroy electrical equipment 2019-04-26T09:06:00.000000000+02:00 Protests disrupted traffic in Cape Town on Friday and left thousands of people without electricity. Blast injures two at steelworks in Wales: police 2019-04-26T09:04:00.000000000+02:00 An explosion at the Tata steelworks in south Wales left two people slightly injured, police said Friday. Dozens quarantined in California after measles exposure 2019-04-26T08:54:00.000000000+02:00 Dozens of people at two California universities have been quarantined as US health officials battle to stop the spread of a nationwide measles outbreak, authorities said Thursday. Charles Leclerc willing to accept team orders again 2019-04-26T08:52:00.000000000+02:00 ... but only in certain situations, says the 21-year-old Formula One prodigy Sri Lanka police chief resigns over bombings: president 2019-04-26T08:48:00.000000000+02:00 Sri Lanka's top police official, Inspector General of Police Pujith Jayasundara, has resigned over failures that led to the deadly Easter bomb attacks, the country's president said Friday. SA will stop losing gold to thieves if it gets Zama Zamas to help 2019-04-26T08:45:00.000000000+02:00 Rough estimates of Zama Zama outputs suggest that lost gold production exceeds R14bn a year, making South Africa one of the biggest sources of illicit gold in Africa. But the illegal trade can be diverted to legal artisanal mining, says a report by think tank Enact Africa, which has come up with ... Ford promises to fix poor security in its cars 2019-04-26T08:16:00.000000000+02:00 After complaints of easily-broken-into EcoSports and Fiestas went viral, the blue oval has stepped up with a solution One-stop shop will take pain out of applying to varsity 2019-04-26T08:00:00.000000000+02:00 Students applying to study at colleges or universities might soon apply to a single central application system, paying only one fee, instead of sending documents, matric marks and payments to a number of institutions. Cyclone Idai victims in Mozambique allegedly sexually exploited 2019-04-26T07:44:00.000000000+02:00 Cyclone Idai, the most powerful storm to hit Mozambique in decades, has left women hungry and vulnerable to abuse. Tracking Africa’s smuggled gold 2019-04-26T07:18:00.000000000+02:00 It took Reuters journalists a few days of research to work out that the numbers coming out of Africa’s vast gold trade did not add up.