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    WATCH | Moment gunmen enter Nairobi hotel before bloody attack

    CCTV footage has emerged showing militants entering a Nairobi hotel before blasting their way into the complex in an attack that made headlines around the world. The four gunmen can be seen nonchalantly walking around the complex and firing their rifles at a parked car.  The attack on the dusitD2 hotel on Tuesday afternoon began with an explosion in the parking lot and then a suicide bomb blast in the foyer. Gunfire was exchanged for hours afterwards. At least 14 people were killed in the attack in Kenya's capital. Somali Islamist group Al-Shabaab has claimed responsibility. On Wednesday, Kenya's president Uhuru Kenyatta said security forces had killed all four militants.

  • Independent Online

    UK family searching for answers after daughter's death

    DURBAN - While a UK family is making arrangements to bury their daughter, questions are still being asked about the events leading up to the 19-year-old's death. Sinead Moodliar had been on holiday in uMhlanga during the festive season. On December 26, Moodliar was found floating in the surf, and lifeguards pulled her out of the water. Netcare 911 spokesperson Shawn Herbst said the lifeguards started CPR. When the paramedics arrived, advanced life support resuscitation was initiated and her pulse was regained. She was then rushed to the hospital for further care. However, according to her father, Bob Moodliar, his daughter died shortly afterwards. He said she had been at the beach with a friend.

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    WATCH | Shoprite manager suspended for swearing at employee

    Shoprite confirmed the incident, which took place in one of its Gauteng supermarkets. "The group strongly disapproves of the conduct of a manager visible in a video circulating on social media following a recent incident in a Shoprite store in Gauteng. The group apologises to its customers and employees and has taken immediate action. "The implicated member of store management was placed on suspension, pending an investigation into the incident to gather all the facts that will inform the disciplinary process," Shoprite said in a statement.  It said appropriate action would be taken in accordance with the company's code of conduct, which applied to all management and staff. "The group is fully

  • BuzzFeed

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  • Independent Online

    Pearl Thusi's baby-making advice sends Twitter into overdrive

    Pearl Thusi - aka Mamma Pantha - weighed in on the Ntando Duma and Junior Da Rock's child support saga that captivated Twitter on Wednesday. This follows Ntando's accusations that her baby daddy is failing to pay sufficient child support for their one-year-old daughter. Ntando called out Junior to step up and meet her halfway as their daughter's monthly expenses costs R20 000. In his defense, Junior responded in a lengthy statement accompanied by proof of payments of R3 500 which set social media into a frenzy. Pearl, who doesn't mince her words, came into Ntando's defence. In a series of tweets the "Quantico" star stated that men with money take full financial responsibility for their children 

  • Independent Online

    BREAKING: Asset Forfeiture Unit swoops on KZN ANC heavyweight, 7 co-accused

    Durban - The Asset Forfeiture Unit (AFU) in KwaZulu-Natal conducted simultaneous raids on the homes and businesses of eight people linked to the multi-million rand North Sea Jazz graft scandal where they attached properties and cars worth an estimated R12 million on Thursday. Among the homes that were raided was that of ANC heavyweight Mike Mabuyakhulu, who was last year elected deputy chairperson of the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal. Accompanied by members of the Hawks, the AFU attached two luxury German sedans from Mabuyakhulu's Empangeni home. Mabuyakhulu along with  Ceaser Walter Mkhize, Mabheleni Ntuli, Mzwandile Basil Ninela, Nonhlanhla Brenda Ninela, Nothando Lorraine Zungu, Ntokozo Ndlovu and

  • Daily Maverick

    Ramaphosa and Magashule contradict each other on Reserv...

    On the eve of the World Economic Forum in Davos next week, President Cyril Ramaphosa directly contradicted his party's secretary-general, Ace Magashule, on the ANC's election promise regarding the “flexible monetary regime” for the Reserve Bank. The question is: which ANC will be on the ballot paper? Last year when President Cyril Ramaphosa led Team South Africa to Davos, he was still officially Number Two. It was only a month later that former president Jacob Zuma was pushed to resign. This year, Ramaphosa is going as Number One, but it's not really clear that he's completely in charge. The breakfast briefing at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Rosebank on Wednesday started seven minutes late. If time