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South Africa 3 November 2013

November 03 - Several international actors are in South Africa to promote the film Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. They kicked off their tour with a media conference at the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory in Johannesburg on Saturday.

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South Africa 3 November 2013

November 03 - The victims of an escaped Brits serial rapist fear he may be stalking them again - and they've not been warned about it.

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South Africa 2 November 2013

November 02 - A man has been gunned down in Bedfordview, east of Johannesburg. Brigadier Neville Malila gives more information about the shooting.

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South Africa 2 November 2013

November 02 - Police minister Nathi Mthethwa responded after calls this week for the head of National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega.

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Sport 2 November 2013

November 02 - Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer wants to give the younger Springboks an opportunity to prove themselves. The Boks are in the last stages of their preparations for their year-end tour.

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World 2 November 2013

November 02 - New York City is holding its annual marathon on Sunday and there are high hopes for one South African runner. Two South Africans have won the marathon before - in 1992 and most recently in 2004.

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South Africa 2 November 2013

November 02 - Young scientists across the country gather in Pretoria to show off their inventions at the Eskom Science expo.

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South Africa 2 November 2013

November 02 - President Jacob Zuma has assured residents in Soshanguve, north of Pretoria, that corruption is being dealt with at all levels of government.

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South Africa 2 November 2013

November 02 - Some of the families of those who were killed at the Ingula Pump say the accident was waiting to happen, and are blaming Eskom.

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South Africa 2 November 2013

November 02 - South Africa and the DRC have entered into what some analysts are calling an economic honeymoon. This was after Presidents Jacob Zuma and Joseph Kabila signed the Grand Inga Project Treaty.