More than 100 people were unaccounted for after a gold mine in Mpumalanga province in northeastern South Africa caved in, a union official said on Friday, while emergency services said 49 miners had so far been brought to the surface.
Record flooding from rain-swollen rivers has washed out hundreds of structures in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma, forcing thousands to flee their homes, and 9.3 million Americans still face flood warnings.
Eight Bahraini films highlighting the struggles of people with disabilities will be screened this weekend during a first-of-its-kind festival. Short films and documentaries from over 50 countries will be showcased at the Voices Film Festival 2
People in Bahrain could still be at risk of contracting coronavirus, despite camels in the country testing negative for the deadly virus. Health authorities in the kingdom conducted nationwide tests on camels, which were believed to be the sou
Bahrain’s Interior Minister Lieutenant General Shaikh Rashid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa has accused Iran of opening its camps to train terrorist groups which target the lives of innocent people.
He also condemned relentless misl
People in Bahrain have been urged to donate food or medicine, instead of clothes, to a nationwide aid drive for survivors of the Nepal earthquake.
The Bahrain Red Crescent Society (BRCS), located in Hoora, has been receiving donat
Business should focus on people and purpose, not just products and profits in the 21st century, according to Deloitte Global’s fourth annual Millennial Survey released today.
Significant changes need to be made by business,
There is an urgent need for human resource (HR) professionals to transform their business functions and become more people-centric, a top minister has said.
According to Minister of State for Electricity and Water Affairs Dr Abdul
Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) has won the People Development (cargo handling) at the International Bulk Journal (IBJ) Awards in Rotterdam, Netherlands recently.
The award recognised ADPC’s efforts to build the knowledge and
After spending most of the month-long Gaza war trapped at home watching the news for hours, Palestinian Salam Al-Bayid returned to her university for the first time on Thursday to find the administration building with its facade in pieces.