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The embattled DR Congo opposition leader Moise Katumbi has left South Africa and has gone to London.
Bodies of the police officers who lost their lives in a shoot-out on May 21 on Lake Albert are being sent home to DR Congo.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema, strongly criticizes the eThekwini Municipality for lack of service delivery.
Around a million people were expected for a giant party in the city to mark its capture in 1453 by Ottoman Sultan Mehmet II, nicknamed "the Conqueror".
The 20-year-old "repeatedly told friends that he wanted to 'shoot dead all asylum-seekers with his shotgun' at a refugee centre", police in Upper Austria state said in a statement.
President Jacob Zuma is looking into defence minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula's alleged involvement in the transporting of a Burundian national to South Africa.
A Pretoria conservancy takes drastic action to protect its remaining nine rhinos. Two animals - one pregnant - were poached in the past week
Stan Wawrinka's win at the French Open earned him an eighth successive victory on clay, following his triumph in the Geneva tournament last weekend.
The woman and the drugs were handed over to the SA Police Service for further investigation and prosecution.
Researchers at The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park saw a "telegram machine" for sale on the auction site for £9.50. would like to send you push notifications.
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