• Zimbabwe's Mugabe Struggles to Walk - Report

    A jaded looking Mugabe, 91, had to take a few breaks to walk  just over hundred metres from his car to the high table with Grace holding his hand, according to NewZimbabwe.

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  • Five caught at airport with millions in cash - Cape Times

    Customs officials at OR Tambo International Airport stopped five people from leaving South Africa for Dubai with R23 million and $3.775 million in cash stuffed into suitcases and backpacks, SA Revenue Service (Sars) spokesman Luther Lubelo said on Monday. “The passengers were scheduled to depart South Africa on United Arab Emirates flight EK 766 to Dubai.

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  • Senzo Meyiwa's BMW X6 repossessed

    Slain Orlando Pirates goal keeper, Senzo Meyiwa's BMW X6 has been repossessed after it was found that it was not insured.

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  • Details: Rapper AKA and Zinhle split saga gets ugly

    According to Sunday Sun, Zinhle found out about AKA's cheating ways when she found smses exchanged between him and Bonang Matheba. The two are said to have started seeing each other behind Zinhle's back. A source told Sunday Sun that Zinhle and AKA were leading separate lives even while she was pregnant. A well-known DJ had already tipped Zinhle off that AKA’s illicit love affair had blossomed at Metro FM.

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  • WARNING: Suspects shoot police officers after robbery

    CCTV footage shows armed robbery suspects shooting two police officer following Cash Crusaders robbery. In the footage, one of the suspects is seen loading a bag into the vehicle they were travelling in while the police vehicle pull over next them. One of the police officer is seen trying to runaway but is apparently shot. In a separate incident, CCTV footage emerged showing a police officer being shot and killed in an armed robber  at Rosettenville Junction Shopping Centre in Johannesburg last month.

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    Find out the real reason behind slow computers!

  • Horror crash splits car in two - Western Cape | IOL News

    CAPE ARGUS Three people died after a car swerved off the road, hit a camera pole and split in two on impact on the N2 near Firgrove. The jaws of life had to be used to retrieve two of the bodies, while a third was flung from the vehicle. This was just the latest in a series of crashes over the weekend that saw at least 14 people die and several people badly injured on Cape roads. Western Cape traffic chief Kenny Africa said incidents took place in Lentegeur, Table View, Worcester, Plettenberg Bay, Kraaifontein, Strand and Oudtshoorn.

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  • Unathi made to eat humble pie

    The decision to take the musician off air followed a Twitter rant in which she swore at a listener who had criticised her for views she expressed during the show. Now, in an about turn, the MetroFM DJ and Idols SA judge has eaten humble pie and apologised. "Two days ago, on radio, I expressed an opinion on the language policy at Stellenbosch University. Thereafter, my opinion became the subject of a Twitter debate.

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  • This Kid Had The Perfect Reaction When He Spotted Wayne Rooney Next To Him

    The Swansea City football mascot had the most honest reaction ever after spotting a sporting idol.

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  • Bigg Dogg beaten up after EFF claim

    “Soldier Bigg Dogg”, the musician who is demanding R2m from the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) for allegedly using his songs to prop up leader Julius Malema, was beaten up and his assailants stole the master copy of his new CD. The upcoming artist Soldier Bigg Dogg, whose real name is Collen Magoa, yesterday recounted how he was attacked by three men while walking to the studio on Jeppe Street, Johannesburg, on Sunday night. “I was walking to the studio when three men surrounded me,” said Soldier Bigg Dogg. “When I turned around, he hit me on the back,” said Soldier Bigg Dogg, whose leg was bandaged.

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  • Zimbabwe: Stop Onslaught Against Farmers

    Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi's impassioned calls to Zimbabwean farmers to buy land in the neighbouring country exposed the bankruptcy of our government's policy to drive out the remaining white commercial farmers. Zambia rose from a net importer of food to one of the important grain producers in the region and has on a number of occasions come to the rescue of Zimbabwe.

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  • Usher is wrong, ain't no love in these night clubs

    Of course, it was purely out of anthropological curiosity, to conduct some social research on what kind of men frequent nightclubs. The one next to me was wearing a blue suit and looked like a JSE investment banker until a song catapulted him off his seat.

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  • Africa’s richest man plans cement plant in Zimbabwe

    Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, said Monday that he planned mining and power generation projects in investment-starved Zimbabwe as well as to set up a large cement factory. Mr Dangote met with President Robert Mugabe in Harare in a rare sign of possible foreign investment for Zimbabwe, which has been in economic decline for more than a decade.

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  • White business to feel the whip

    The Department of Labour Court issued the threat after receiving the Commission for Employment Equity's latest report into transformation in the workplace. The "alarmed" acting chairman of the commission, Tabea Magodielo, said it found that white people continued to dominate top management structures, particularly in the economic hub of Gauteng. The commission has now called for tougher action, including the docking of annual turnover, depending on a company's size. Businesses fear the possible arrest of directors as part of the Department of Labour's drive to punish insufficient transformation.

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  • Rand weaker against dollar - Currencies | IOL Business

    South Africa's rand traded weaker against the dollar early on Monday after the Federal Reserve's vice-chairman suggested over the weekend that the United States may raise rates in September. The unit collapsed to 14.00 versus the greenback last Monday on the back of a global stocks sell-off triggered by concerns over China's slowing economy as well as the timing of rate hike in the US. “The week ahead could be telling for the SA currency as market players turn their gaze away from China and back to US Fed,” analysts at NKC African Economics said in a note. The Federal Reserve's vice-chairman said on Saturday inflation was likely to rebound as pressure from the dollar faded, allowing the bank to raise interest rates gradually.

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  • FW de Klerk sparks outrage

    Former president FW de Klerk sparked outrage on social networking sites last night following controversial remarks he made during an interview screened on CNN. Interviewed by the global news network's chief international correspondent, Christiane Amanpour, at a summit of Nobel laureates in Chicago, De Klerk discussed his "historical antagonism" and current friendship with Nelson Mandela, the failure of the apartheid system, and the shortcomings of the current government.

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  • SARS officials seize R78 million in undeclared currency at OR Tambo

    “Risk profiling earlier by SARS custom officials‚ identified the passengers‚ and led to their apprehension as they boarded the aircraft at 21h45‚” the South African Revenue Service said in a statement on Monday. “Upon noticing the SARS officials‚ the passengers retreated and headed back to the entrance of the boarding gate. At this point‚ officials closed the boarding gate door and the passengers were compelled to wait for the SARS officials. “When questioned by SARS officials on whether they were in possession of any currency‚ one of the passengers speaking on behalf of the group stated that he had R100‚000 and that the other individuals also had currency‚” SARS said.

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  • How not to smuggle R70m out of SA - Crime & Courts | IOL News

     Johannesburg - Customs officials at OR Tambo International Airport stopped five people from leaving South Africa for Dubai with R23 million and USD 3.775 million in cash stuffed into suitcases and backpacks, SA Revenue Service (Sars) spokesman Luther Lubelo said on Monday. “The passengers were scheduled to depart South Africa on United Arab Emirates flight EK 766 to Dubai. Risk profiling earlier by Sars custom officials identified the passengers, and led to their apprehension as they boarded the aircraft at 21.45 pm,” he said.

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  • ANC salesman in London feels the heat

    My News My Community - Sowetan LIVE.

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