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South Africa 31 July 2013

Johannesburg, July 31 – Southern Africa Director at Human Right Watch, Tiseke Kasambala speaks to eNCA on the Zimbabwe elections.

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South Africa 31 July 2013

Western Cape, July 31 – A 19-year old who was left blind and maimed after a brutal assault met his alleged attackers in court on Wednesday.

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South Africa 31 July 2013

Western Cape, July 31 – A 19-year old who was left blind and maimed after a brutal assault met his alleged attackers in court on Wednesday.

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South Africa 31 July 2013

Cape Town, July 31 – Government may have to change some laws if it wants to force cell phone companies to drop their rates. ICASA is investigating why South Africa’s call, data and sms prices are so high, compared to other African countries.

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South Africa 31 July 2013

Western Cape, July 31 – After months of uncertainty, the fate of 17 Western Cape schools has been sealed. The Western Cape High Court has ordered that they remain open, despite the Education Department’s decision to close them down.

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South Africa 31 July 2013

July 31 – Randy Orton was attacked in at a WWE Live Event in Cape Town, South Africa. CREDIT: Youtube/WWE

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South Africa 31 July 2013

Zimbabwe, July 31 – Philip Chiyangwa is a prominent businessman in Zimbabwe. His fortune comes from farming, through Robert Mugabe's controversial land reform policy. Chiyangwa hopes to bring ZANU-PF to Chinhoyi, a stronghold for the MDC.

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South Africa 31 July 2013

July 231 – WWE wrestler attacked in ring by crazed fan.

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South Africa 30 July 2013

North West, July 30 – The ANC is not giving up in the fight for the Tlokwe mayoral seat just yet. The party is appealing Monday’s decision which ordered it to vacate the mayor’s office.

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South Africa 30 July 2013

Cape Town, July 30 – There's no end to the recent surge in gang violence in Manenberg on the Cape Flats. At least fifty people from the area have been wounded or killed in gang gunfire over the past couple of weeks.