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Eye Witness News
Malema: White monopoly capital exists at expense of black majoritypersonal vehicles. “I don’t buy into Bell Pottinger’s narrative. I said this b
Eye Witness News / Posted 2 minutes ago
personal vehicles. “I don’t buy into Bell Pottinger’s narrative. I said this before Bell Pottinger became a thing in South Africa.” Malema says that white monopoly capital is a system that exists in South Africa, making a reference to the... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Black Friday off to rocky start as some SA sites crashEconomists say that not all discounts are as good as they may seem. The annual
Eye Witness News / Posted 2 minutes ago
Economists say that not all discounts are as good as they may seem. The annual Black Friday phenomenon is taking hold in South Africa, with some outlets offering discounts of up to 50% today. Chief economist at Stanlib Kevin Lings says that... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
ED inauguration at national sportswe expect to receive confirmations today,” a foreign affairs official told Stat
New Zimbabwe / Posted 16 minutes ago
we expect to receive confirmations today,” a foreign affairs official told State media. “As of now, Presidents Jacob Zuma (South Africa), Edgar Lungu (Zambia), Ian Khama (Botswana) have confirmed they will be coming. Namibia will send their Vice... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Oscar Pistorius court appeal awaitsSOUTH Africa’s appeal court will decide today if Paralympian Oscar Pistorius —
The Courier Mail / Posted 22 minutes ago
SOUTH Africa’s appeal court will decide today if Paralympian Oscar Pistorius — sentenced to six years in jail for murder — should receive a harsher prison term. The state prosecution had appealed the sentence earlier this month, saying that... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Oscar Pistorius court appeal awaitsSOUTH Africa’s appeal court will decide today if Paralympian Oscar Pistorius —
Adelaide Now / Posted 46 minutes ago
SOUTH Africa’s appeal court will decide today if Paralympian Oscar Pistorius — sentenced to six years in jail for murder — should receive a harsher prison term. The state prosecution had appealed the sentence earlier this month, saying that... Read more
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Herald Sun
Oscar Pistorius court appeal awaitsSOUTH Africa’s appeal court will decide today if Paralympian Oscar Pistorius —
Herald Sun / Posted 51 minutes ago
SOUTH Africa’s appeal court will decide today if Paralympian Oscar Pistorius — sentenced to six years in jail for murder — should receive a harsher prison term. The state prosecution had appealed the sentence earlier this month, saying that... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Pistorius' appeal to be decided by courtCape Town South Africa's appeal court will decide on Friday if paraolympian Osc
Sky News Australia / Posted an hour ago
Cape Town South Africa's appeal court will decide on Friday if paraolympian Oscar Pistorius - sentenced to six years in jail for murder - should receive a harsher prison term. The state prosecution had appealed the sentence earlier this month,... Read more
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News.com.au
Oscar Pistorius court appeal awaitsPistorius knew it was Reeva Steenkamp he was shooting as he would have heard he
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
Pistorius knew it was Reeva Steenkamp he was shooting as he would have heard her screams. Courtesy: Discovery Channel South African Paralympian athlete Oscar Pistorius posing next to his late girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Picture:... Read more
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News.com.au
Court to decide on Pistorius’ sentenceSouth Africa's appeal court will decide on Friday if paralympian Oscar Pistoriu
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
South Africa's appeal court will decide on Friday if paralympian Oscar Pistorius - sentenced to six years in jail for murder - should receive a harsher prison term. The state prosecution had appealed the sentence earlier this month, saying that... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
BCM’s Chinese ‘twin’ Yubei reciprocatesa strong automotive sector. “Remember that already on the table is an agreemen
Daily Dispatch / Posted an hour ago
a strong automotive sector. “Remember that already on the table is an agreement between the People’s Republic of China and South Africa which declares cooperation in various areas of mutual interests,” said Ngwenya. He said what made this... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
Saffers online the most eager in the world over Black FridayNo nation embraces Black Friday more than South Africa‚ if international discou
Daily Dispatch / Posted an hour ago
No nation embraces Black Friday more than South Africa‚ if international discounts website picodi.com’s stats are anything to go by. shopers take advantage of the “black friday frenzy” “Website sessions jumped 936% last November‚” Picodi said.... Read more
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Herald Sun
Cummins’ ‘dream’ come true on home debutRoot. The emotion built up from missing so many summers with injury since burs
Herald Sun / Posted an hour ago
Root. The emotion built up from missing so many summers with injury since bursting onto the scene as an 18-year-old in South Africa back in 2011, was etched all over Cummins’ face as he celebrated Root’s wicket.media_cameraSteve Smith must have... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Emirates Group releases 2016/17 Annual Environmental ReportBirds, and African Parks. dnata’s employee-led philanthropy programme dnata4goo
Scoop.co.nz / Posted an hour ago
Birds, and African Parks. dnata’s employee-led philanthropy programme dnata4good also continued its support for wildlife conservation in South Africa, and completed a school-building project in Nepal.The full report is available hereends© Scoop M... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Zim coach against 4-day Test formatJOHANNESBURG: Former South African all-rounder and current Zimbabwe batting coa
New Zimbabwe / Posted 2 hours ago
JOHANNESBURG: Former South African all-rounder and current Zimbabwe batting coach Lance Klusener has expressed his disapproval at the new concept of four-day Test match format, saying that he was very much in favour of the traditional format. South... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
SA: Grace Mugabe assault case still openfirst lady Grace Mugabe will not have her assault case dropped by simply applyi
New Zimbabwe / Posted 2 hours ago
first lady Grace Mugabe will not have her assault case dropped by simply applying for political asylum or refugee status in South Africa. Grace Mugabe was accused of South African model Gabriella Engels with an electric cable in a Johannesburg... Read more
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EuroNews
Robert Mugabe granted immunity in Zimbabwe after resigningfamily has several farms while local and foreign media have reported that Grace
EuroNews / Posted 2 hours ago
family has several farms while local and foreign media have reported that Grace has bought properties and luxury cars in South Africa. The army appears to have engineered a trouble-free path to power for Mnangagwa, who was for decades a faithful... Read more
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TheBull
Musk beats deadline for building world's biggest batteryis expected to hold enough power for thousands of homes during periods of exces
TheBull / Posted 3 hours ago
is expected to hold enough power for thousands of homes during periods of excess demand that could result in blackouts. South Africa-born Musk was a founder of payments company PayPal, electric carmaker Tesla Motors and SpaceX, maker and... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Musk beats deadline for building world's biggest batteryis expected to hold enough power for thousands of homes during periods of exces
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 hours ago
is expected to hold enough power for thousands of homes during periods of excess demand that could result in blackouts. South Africa-born Musk was a founder of payments company PayPal, electric carmaker Tesla Motors and SpaceX, maker and... Read more
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Canberra Times
'The people who are suffocating will wake up': African leaders ponder own fate and roads and other public infrastructure have crumbled. Many of the best-educa
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
and roads and other public infrastructure have crumbled. Many of the best-educated Zimbabweans have moved to neighbouring South Africa and Britain, leaving the country with limited expertise to rebuild. When Mnangagwa spoke to thousands of... Read more
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BBC News
Africa's week in pictureshe resigned a short while later, celebrations broke out among Zimbabweans aroun
BBC News / Posted 3 hours ago
he resigned a short while later, celebrations broke out among Zimbabweans around the world, including in neighbouring South Africa where they burnt banners bearing his image... The next day in Harare, this man carried a cuddly crocodile to... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
War hero's ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 3 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Team USA ready for Brazil in International Cup showdownand two young up-and-coming players with World Cup potential. Since 2012, the U
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 3 hours ago
and two young up-and-coming players with World Cup potential. Since 2012, the U.S. has defeated England, Chile, Mexico, South Africa and Uruguay. It is the sixth time Grand Champions, the nation’s largest polo club with 11 fields, has hosted a... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
War hero's ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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WA Today
'The people who are suffocating will wake up': African leaders ponder own fateand roads and other public infrastructure have crumbled. Many of the best-educa
WA Today / Posted 4 hours ago
and roads and other public infrastructure have crumbled. Many of the best-educated Zimbabweans have moved to neighbouring South Africa and Britain, leaving the country with limited expertise to rebuild. When Mnangagwa spoke to thousands of... Read more
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The News and Star
War hero's ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
The News and Star / Posted 4 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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Whitehaven News
War hero's ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
Whitehaven News / Posted 4 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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Oxford Mail
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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Bury Times
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
Bury Times / Posted 4 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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Gazette
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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guardian-series
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
guardian-series / Posted 4 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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The Age
'Sooner or later, the people who are suffocating will wake up': after Mugabe, African leaders ponder own fateand roads and other public infrastructure have crumbled. Many of the best-educa
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
and roads and other public infrastructure have crumbled. Many of the best-educated Zimbabweans have moved to neighbouring South Africa and the UK, leaving the country with limited expertise to rebuild. When Mnangagwa spoke to thousands of... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 4 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Sooner or later, the people who are suffocating will wake up': after Mugabe, African leaders ponder own fateand roads and other public infrastructure have crumbled. Many of the best-educa
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
and roads and other public infrastructure have crumbled. Many of the best-educated Zimbabweans have moved to neighbouring South Africa and the UK, leaving the country with limited expertise to rebuild. When Mnangagwa spoke to thousands of... Read more
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Harrow Times
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
Harrow Times / Posted 4 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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This is West Country
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
This is West Country / Posted 4 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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Gazette News
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
Gazette News / Posted 4 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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Bolton News
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
Bolton News / Posted 4 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 5 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 5 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
EveningTimes Online / Posted 5 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
Croydon Guardian / Posted 5 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 5 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Zimbabwe's next leader prepares to take powerRory Stewart to the ceremony, but it is understood that no member of the royal
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 hours ago
Rory Stewart to the ceremony, but it is understood that no member of the royal family will attend. Regional heavyweight South Africa said President Jacob Zuma would not be present as he would be hosting a visit by Angola's new head of... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
War hero’s ancestor buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphan
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 5 hours ago
a number of projects the Anglican charity is involved with, including an orphanage in Zimbabwe, university scholarships in South Africa, hurricane relief in the West Indies and various charities in the UK. James Morton, of specialist medal... Read more
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The Courier
‘I got more vulnerable, louder and more outspoken’: Ecca Vandaland substituted the couch for synthesizers. Vandal is the child of Sri Lankan
The Courier / Posted 6 hours ago
and substituted the couch for synthesizers. Vandal is the child of Sri Lankan refugees who left their home country for South Africa, before leaving the oppressive culture of apartheid to settle in Melbourne. A distaste at being neatly... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
SA: Grace assault case still openfirst lady Grace Mugabe will not have her assault case dropped by simply applyi
New Zimbabwe / Posted 6 hours ago
first lady Grace Mugabe will not have her assault case dropped by simply applying for political asylum or refugee status in South Africa. Grace Mugabe was accused of South African model Gabriella Engels with an electric cable in a Johannesburg... Read more
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BBC News
Zimbabwe's new leader to be sworn inMnangagwa urged Zimbabweans to "remain patient and peaceful and desist from any
BBC News / Posted 6 hours ago
Mnangagwa urged Zimbabweans to "remain patient and peaceful and desist from any form of vengeful retribution". He fled to South Africa two weeks ago - only to return home on Wednesday's to a hero's welcome.Image caption Analysts say rescuing... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
KEN YAMAMOTO: What you didn’t knowappreciating the reality that leaders must come and go. This is true not only o
New Zimbabwe / Posted 7 hours ago
appreciating the reality that leaders must come and go. This is true not only of Zimbabwe, but many other countries like South Africa, Burundi, Uganda, Kenya, DRC and Cameroon.Advertisement In Uganda, as in Cameroon and as was the case in... Read more
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