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South Africa 24 April 2013

Some Game park owners around Africa have a tendency to sacrifice conservation for profits. But that’s not the case at one game reserve in South Africa’s Western Cape where animal health comes above all else.

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South Africa 24 April 2013

Defence Mininster Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula castigates media and opposition parties, labeling them vultures, that preyed on the controversy surrounding the deaths of soldiers in the CAR last month.

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South Africa 23 April 2013

The murderer of well-known Durban businessman Nhlanhla Gasa has been handed a 30-year jail sentence. In his confession in the Durban Magistrate's Court today Mbulelo Ntlauzana said the murder happened, after Gasa made sexual advances towards him.

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South Africa 23 April 2013

Houdini-the-black-mamba, who disappeared from the Pretoria Zoo for almost a month, is back on display. The snake has spent two weeks in isolation to reduce his stress levels and ensure he's properly rehabilitated.

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South Africa 23 April 2013

Police have dug up the remains of a woman believed to have been murdered by her lover in Soweto last year. Lindiwe Ngwenya was last seen alive in August.

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South Africa 23 April 2013

Department of Basic Education Spokesperson Panyaza Lesufi, speaks to eNCA about Sadtu's strike

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South Africa 23 April 2013

The Sugar Ad Agency explains why it won't stop airing the Xpanda ad, despite the uproar.

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South Africa 23 April 2013

Cape Town Police are investigating the circumstances that led to the death of a 3-year-old who ingested toxic waste.

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South Africa 23 April 2013

Local security firm Xpanda could be in trouble with the Advertising Standards Authority.
The watchdog is investigating two complaints from radio listeners.
They've criticised Xpanda's latest ad campaign, claiming it promotes racism.


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South Africa 23 April 2013

The Marikana Inquiry has heard that police had not expected such large crowds during the Lonmin protests last August. The SAPS Special Operations Head has told the commission his officers hadn't planned to arrest anyone.