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REUTERSExiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama holds the hand of a leprosy-affected patient during his visit to a leprosy colony in New Delhi March 20, 2014. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags:...
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2014/09/12 11:37
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She said there was insufficient proof to convict him of premeditated murder but called the killing "negligent" and today found him guilty of culpable homicide. South African newspapers were critical...
2014/09/11 23:25
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Judges praised Child for the way she "tackles quackery", helping readers to see the difference between real and pseudo-science. The judges noted that Child had a particularly difficult task writing...
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Cyclists approach the finish line during the Spinneys Dubai 92 Cycle Challenge. — Supplied file photo Dubai — The popular community cycling event in the Middle East is on again, and with 92 days to...
2014/09/11 02:28
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Campaign to Fund Bike Club for South African YouthThursday, 11 September 2014, 1:44 pmPress Release: Carrie BuckmasterPRESS RELEASE Wellington Cyclist Launches Campaign to Fund Bike Club for South...
2014/09/09 17:34
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INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERSA R2K banner hanging down the Methodist Church on Green Market Square. Picture Henk Kruger/Cape Argus Johannesburg - There must a greater commitment to transparency from the...
2014/09/09 16:34
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Gallery: food and wine pairing tour Cape Town - Chocolate and cheese? Please. Wine pairings have taken on a new tone. These offbeat pairings are geared toward enhancing the wine experience for...
2014/09/09 14:34
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Gallo ImagesCricket SAs Norman Arendse has taken a swipe at his rugby counterparts, describing the pace of rugbys transformation as unacceptable. Photo by Scott Barbour/Gallo Images The head of...
2014/09/09 07:34
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SUPPLIEDWATER WORKS: South African-born John Briscoe is the winner of the the 2014 Stockholm Water Prize widely acknowledged as the Nobel prize for water. Picture: Jon Chase/Harvard News Office Cape...
2014/09/08 13:34
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INLSACraig Cetz, Cregg Christiy and Edwin Mooney on Signal Hill as they tackle the Everest challenge for charity. Picture: Cindy Waxa Climbing Mount Everest is a staggering task. It can take up to...
2014/09/08 13:34
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Cape Town - A Cape Town heart surgeon is “riding a crest of happiness” after becoming the oldest person to swim across the English Channel. Dr Otto Thaning, 73, is a cardiac surgeon at both Vincent...
2014/09/08 09:34
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Independent NewspapersJason Raaff sits next to his injured friend Jody Adams nursing their wounds. The two say they were attacked by eight men on Ottery Road after leaving a club. Picture: Cindy...
2014/09/08 08:34
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Independent NewspapersTeacher Nomonde Windvoel uses puppets to teach pupils during an isiXhosa class at Montevideo Primary School in Valhalla Park. Picture: Willem Law Cape Town - Nearly 4 000...
2014/09/07 08:15
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The first day of a three-week visit to South Africa in August began badly: I read an article in the New Age by Jane Duncan, professor of journalism at the University of Johannesburg, in which she...
2014/09/05 16:34
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SUPPLIEDBEEN THERE, DUNG THAT: Howard Butcher looks at a pile of dung in the Knysna forest where he had a close encounter with an elephant. Picture: Jen Butcher Cape Town - Terrified and exhilarated...
2014/09/05 09:18
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A blind Cape Town busker, who was forcibly removed from his spot by City of Cape Town law enforcement officials last year, has been awarded R300 000 in damages. The Cape Town Regional Court found...
2014/09/05 07:34
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INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERSOne restaurant manager said that instead of paying an annual fee of about R780 for its outside area in St George's Mall, it would now have to pay almost R2 000 a month. Picture:...
2014/09/05 07:34
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INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERSThe traffic officer was visited in hospital on Thursday by mayoral committee member for safety and security, JP Smith. Picture: Tracey Adams Cape Town - “I said no, please don’t...
2014/09/05 06:03
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... Alfreds, News24) Johannesburg - Independent Media is planning to set up an advisory panel to investigate public hate speech on its websites, the company said on Thursday. "The scope of the...
2014/09/04 12:18
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A Cape Town traffic officer has been attacked in his home after cracking down on traffic violations and apparently impounding taxis. The officer works for "Operation Reclaim", part of the city's...
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