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Mombasa, November – Next year marks the 100-year anniversary of the World War I. And Africa will not be left out of this commemoration. Kenya hopes to its war sites and battlefields will add to the country's tourism.
Cape Town, November 28 - Residents of Cape Town's informal settlements say they are sick and tired of their poor living conditions. They are planning another service delivery protest to voice their issues.
Limpopo, November 28 - EFF leader Julius Malema’s bid to have corruption charges against him dropped has been postponed to September next year. The National Prosecuting Authority wants more time to consider the request.
Johannesburg, November 28 - In sports headlines PSL hand Morgan Gould two-match ban and fine and South Africa is fast becoming a destination for enhancing golf careers.
November 28 - Errol Braithwaite says it's business as usual for Gautrain patrons. This comes after Bombela Concession Company has been ordered to fix the ingress of water into parts of the Gautrain’s tunnel in Johannesburg.
Gauteng, November 27 - Lerato Mahoyi was gang-raped in Orange Farm by five men in 2010. She not only got her rapists convicted and put behind bars for 25 years – she is now using her ordeal to educate young people about sexual violence.
One of her killers wants to spill the beans and Chanélle's estranged husband is allegedly part of the confession. Nico Henning's name has cropped up regularly during the trial, but he has never been arrested or asked to testify.
Last-ditch talks between leaders of Cape Town's informal settlements and provincial authorities to avert a protest on Friday, have failed. The City of Cape Town is now heading to court to try and stop a repeat of the mayhem that recently engulfed the city
A world famous exhibition uses state-of-the-art technology to take a closer look at the genius of Da Vinci.
Almost two thirds of the world's population is expected to live in cities by 2030. Five major emerging national economies, including South Africa are meeting in Durban as part of the annual Brics Sustainable Urbanisation Forum, to discuss the issue.