Will Mozambique’s fragile peace survive its election?
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Will Mozambique’s fragile peace survive its election?

Mozambicans voted on October 15 2019 in an election that will test a fragile peace…

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Zuma appeal halts corruption case…again.
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Zuma appeal halts corruption case…again.

Former president Jacob Zuma’s fraud and corruption case has been postponed to February 2020. Zuma…

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Ndlovu Youth Choir celebrate Springboks with surprise Mall of Africa performance
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Ndlovu Youth Choir celebrate Springboks with surprise Mall of Africa performance

The Ndlovu Youth Choir have teamed up with Woolworths to celebrate the Bokke –  South…

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Explainer: Julius Malema’s links to VBS ‘slush fund’
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Explainer: Julius Malema’s links to VBS ‘slush fund’

A “fraudulent” application for a home loan with VBS Mutual Bank has put EFF leader…

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Eliud Kipchoge’s breaks the two-hour marathon barrier
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Eliud Kipchoge’s breaks the two-hour marathon barrier

The world celebrated as Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge broke the two-hour marathon barrier on October 12…

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CCTV captures moment truck crashes into minibus leaving five dead
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CCTV captures moment truck crashes into minibus leaving five dead

A fatal accident occurred on Sutherland Street in Mthatha in the Eastern Cape in the…

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US blacklists Guptas over ‘widespread corruption’ and Mzansi took note
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US blacklists Guptas over ‘widespread corruption’ and Mzansi took note

The US Treasury announced sanctions on October 11 2019 on SA’s Gupta family and associate…

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‘We are not surprised’: Supporters of Jacob Zuma speak after lost bid to avoid prosecution
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‘We are not surprised’: Supporters of Jacob Zuma speak after lost bid to avoid prosecution

Former President Jacob Zuma has lost his bid to avoid prosecution for corruption charges on…

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In conversation with Vatiswa Ndara: ‘This incident with Ferguson Films pushed me over the edge’
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In conversation with Vatiswa Ndara: ‘This incident with Ferguson Films pushed me over the edge’

Actress Vatiswa Ndara wrote a six-page open letter to arts and culture minister Nathi Mthethwa…

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Ramaphosa on GBV, Eskom and xenophobia at NCOP
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Ramaphosa on GBV, Eskom and xenophobia at NCOP

President Cyril Ramaphosa answered questions posed in the National Council of Provinces on October 10…

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