• South Africa split along racial lines by PE teacher's death

    A Facebook group that was set up after Jayde Panayiotou was found dead, which called for the death penalty for the killer, changed its tune when her husband, Christopher, was confirmed as another suspect in her killing by changing its name to

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  • '#MayPac fight was incorrectly scored'

    The CEO of Golden Gloves says the Floyd Mayweather/ Manny Pacquaio fight was scored incorrectly.

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  • DJ Sbu in MoFire… - Crime & Courts | IOL News

    SUPPLIED DJ Sbu was arrested for drunk driving on Saturday and his Porsche was impounded by the cops in Krugersdorp. Johannesburg - THE arrest on drunk driving allegations of troubled radio DJ and musician DJ Sbu Leope brings to a climax what has been a difficult year for the self-styled businessman. Leope was nabbed about 4am on Saturday in the Randfontein area, west of Johannesburg. The news of his latest brush with the law was broken by Kaya FM on Saturday.

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  • Vavi snubs Malema call | The New Age Online

    Zwelinzima Vavi has snubbed Julius Malema’s call for a rival labour federation to Cosatu.

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  • South Africa: Zuma Dances to Zwelithini's Tune

    King Goodwill Zwelithini, accused of inciting xenophobic violence that left at least seven immigrants dead, heads Ingonyama Trust, where President Jacob Zuma's private Nkandla homestead - that cost taxpayers about $23 million - is located. South Africa was hit by a wave of violence on African foreign nationals and looting of foreign shops by locals who accused them of taking their jobs and women. This was after Zwelithini made comments that demanded that foreigners "pack their bags" and leave South Africa. Sources across the Limpopo said Zuma kept his hands off the king as his Nkandla homestead falls under Ingonyama Trust and because his ANC also desperately needed the Zulu votes.

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  • Military nabs Boko Haram food & food supplier

    The successes recorded following the offensive by the Nigerian troops in the last two weeks.

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  • Here Are The First Pictures Of The New Royal Baby

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge introduce their newborn princess.

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  • 33 Wedding Nightmares That'll Make You Glad You're Single

    Bad brides, grooms, and guests, oh my.

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  • Emmanuel's journey home begins where life was ended

    The coffin carrying the body of the man initially identified as Emmanuel Sithole was placed next to where his stall had stood - and where the fatal attack had started. The images taken of Josias as he was beaten and knifed on the streets of Alexandra, Johannesburg, became the rallying point for many South Africans and government agencies during the recent wave of xenophobic violence, even as the Presidency denied the killing was xenophobic. The South African government instead deemed his murder "an act of criminality". On Monday, President Jacob Zuma said he was in the country illegally and that his real name was Josias.

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  • Nigerians Most Sexually Satisfied People

    Nigerians have been rated as the most sexually satisfied people in the world.

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  • Pacquiao is a hell of a fighter: Mayweather

    "He is a hell of a fighter," Mayweather said of Pacquiao, the Filipino icon who has won world titles in an unprecedented eight weight divisions. Mayweather expected to rake in $200 million and Pacquiao was in line for a potential $100 million payday once revenue from sources including pay-per-view television sales was counted. "When the history books are written, this fight will have been worth the wait," Mayweather said, adding that 19 years of ring experience had prepared him for the most scrutinized fight of his career. "He's a very awkward fighter, so I had to take my time and watch him close," Mayweather said.

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  • World's 'biggest' Prada store set to open in Sandton

    "Yep, our uniform is Prada. The luxury Italian brand has, of course, arrived in South Africa, setting up home in Sandton City's R185-million new wing, aptly called Diamond Walk. It is not for the faint-hearted - Prada's neighbours include a revamped Louis Vuitton megastore, Dolce & Gabbana, Burberry and Gucci. Oh, of course, there is Jimmy Chooooo, too!

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  • All The Red Carpet Looks From The 2015 TV Week Logie Awards

    Being updated live as the stars arrive.

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  • William and Kate spend first day at home with Britain's new princess | The New Age Online

    Prince William and his wife Kate were on Sunday spending their first day back at home with their baby daughter as Britain eagerly awaited a name for the new royal princess. The couple, their firstborn Prince George and the new arrival were expected to spend the next few days relaxing together at their Kensington Palace apartment, a day after Kate gave birth to the baby girl, who is fourth in line to the throne. A beaming Duke and Duchess of Cambridge left hospital on Saturday carrying their newborn. The sleeping baby was wrapped in a woollen shawl as a relaxed-looking Kate, 33, cradled her in her arms in front of the hospital's private Lindo Wing.

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  • Home Affairs ‘battling to deal with influx’ - Politics | IOL News

    INDEPENDENT MEDIA Home Affairs director-general Mkuseli Apleni, right, enjoys a light moment after briefing the press. Johannesburg - The tide of illegal immigrants flowing into the country has stretched Home Affairs’ inspectorate to the limit, leading the department to plead for more resources. Home Affairs director-general Mkuseli Apleni told MPs this week that his 700-member immigration unit was unable to cope with the “thousands” of illegal immigrants a day who entered the country. In 2005, the department’s revamped National Immigration Branch was launched to offer a specialist, professional and hi-tech service to incoming foreign visitors and clamp down on illegal immigrants.

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  • Southern Africa: Mugabe Gives SADC Delegates Comic Relief

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe was at the centre of a cocktail of drama and comedy during the just-ended Sadc Extra-Ordinary Summit in Harare on Wednesday as age continues to take its toll on the 91-year-old leader. Mugabe, who is the Sadc and African Union chairperson, stole the limelight as expected. Known for his penchant for smartness and being particular with his taste, Mugabe shocked many, including his colleague presidents who had lined up for a group photo session when he reached the left pocket of his jacket and took out a plastic hair comb and began to comb his hair in public.

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  • Panayiotou murder: Suspect could turn state witness

    It’s understood the suspect helped police set up a trap for Jayde Panayiotou’s 28-year-old husband.

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  • 32 Horror Films You'll Wish You Hadn't Watched

    The true horror of Repulsion is that it’s not clear how much of the threat Carol (Catherine Deneuve) faces is real — and how much is just a product of her neuroses and overactive imagination. Suspiria is arguably the best example of his aesthetic: His garish use of color, particularly red, makes the entire film feel like a bad dream.

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  • Nigeria: Fans Tell AKA to Relocate to Nigeria

    Talented rapper, AKA is in hot soup with his fans currently after he declared that he's ashamed of his South African passport, and that he is more respected in Nigeria than in South Africa. The artiste was in Nigeria for the All Star edition of a club musical event. "I feel more respected and welcomed in Nigeria than I do in South Africa and that's the sad truth.

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  • A stoner’s to-do-list - Back Page | IOL News

    Australian police have revealed an insight into the life of a stoner - or habitual marijuana smoker - by publishing a 10-point 'to-do' list found during a raid in Perth. Murdoch police tweeted a photo of the list, removing any identifying material, on April 30 which mentioned 10 'Things to do Saturday'. Western Australia's Murdoch police later confirmed on Twitter that the to-do list was authentic, and found while investigating a suspected burglary.

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