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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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  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe Struggles to Walk

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe needed assistance from First Lady Grace to walk up and down the podium during proceedings to lay to rest national hero and former High Court judge Andrew Mutema. A jaded looking Mugabe, 91, had to take a few breaks to walk the just over hundred metres from his car to the high table with Grace holding his hand. Mugabe admitted he is feeling his age. "After the Chaplin General (Joseph Nyakudya) spoke about us having plans but some of them not coming to fruition.

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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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  • Confusion still reigns over death-toll in horror Swaziland accident

    Confusion continues to reign over the number of people killed in a horrific truck accident in Swaziland on Friday. In the first official statement on the accident‚ posted on Sunday‚ the Royal Swaziland Police Service states on its website that 13 people were killed – two of them men‚ both aged 25‚ while the other victims were all young girls aged between 11 and 19. SNN claimed on Saturday that‚ “as expected”‚ the media and the police had been barred from reporting extensively on the accident. According to the Times of Swaziland‚ they were apparently travelling in an open truck which smashed into another vehicle and was then hit in the rear by a second truck.

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  • SA’s online ‘cheaters’ caught out - South Africa | IOL News

    Dating website Ashley Madison has been rocked by a breach in security. Durban - A total of R21 million – that’s the amount of money South African men have forked out to use “cheaters” dating website Ashley Madison over the past seven years. Apparently the highest number of philanderers in South Africa were revealed to be from Joburg, with more than 15 000 users. There have also been revelations that women are contacting the popular South African sex therapist Marlene Wasserman, known as Dr Eve, hoping to save their marriages.

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  • Oscar's cell raided in Krejcir mob drama

    The Sunday Times can today reveal shocking details of Krejcir's crime operations, apparently run from prison - and the alleged involvement of top-ranking police officials in a string of crimes linked to the Czech gangster. Pistorius - according to officials who were part of the raid and investigating Krejcir - was targeted because of the close ties he had forged with Krejcir during his 10 months in prison. On June 25, at 4.30am, prison officials stormed the cells of Pistorius, Krejcir and two of his co-accused in a murder case. A hard drive with unspecified content was taken from Pistorius's cell in the hospital wing of the prison.

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  • Nigeria: In Support of Senate Probe of Obasanjo (II)

    An army is a nation within a nation... " Alfred De Vigny, 1797-1863. President Buhari will not probe Obasanjo's government, not because it will constitute a distraction, as eager propagandists will like us to believe but because of the military tradition of esprit de corps. Once, we "bloody civilians" understand that, it should not come as a surprise to us that our President is not too eager to probe the former Military Head of State under whom he served as Minister for Petroleum Resources and who was his superior officer. From my reading of the situation, Buhari had simply left the task to others to undertake.

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  • Eskom: now for the really bad news

    The head of one of South Africa's largest business chambers, the Afrikaanse Handelsinstituut, says the government's fixation with ideology and politics is steering the country to disaster - and nowhere is this more apparent than in the collapse of Eskom. Christo van der Rheede was part of a delegation of business leaders who were briefed on the energy crisis by Eskom this week. At the meeting, Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona told them his parastatal needed an immediate R20-billion bailout to keep the lights on.

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  • Probe into Zulu king almost done

    Investigations into Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini's call for all foreign nationals to be kicked out of South Africa are at an advanced stage. SA Human Rights Commission spokesman Isaac Mangena said the investigations were nearly finalised. The king was criticised for the widespread xenophobic attacks that hit KwaZulu-Natal and other parts of the country in March. Zwelithini reportedly said certain countries playing a role in South Africa's struggle for liberation "should not be used as an excuse to create a situation where foreigners are allowed to inconvenience locals".

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  • South Africa: Masinga Impressed By Lebese

    Legendary Bafana Bafana striker Phil Masinga said he has been impressed with a number of players in the current Kaizer Chiefs squad. Masinga said that George Lebese, Siphiwe Tshabalala, Reneilwe Letsholonyane and Eric Mathoho are some of the players who have been impressing on the field and said Mathoho has been doing a fantastic job at the back, and never stops working. The veteran insisted that he would like to see defender Siyanda Xulu show more of his potential as he would like to see his ability as a player.

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  • ‘Students awakening from 20-year sleep’ - Politics | IOL News

    Student politics have not suddenly taken centre stage at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), University of Pretoria and other institutions of higher learning – students are merely waking up from a two-decade political slumber. Experts say the already complicated situation on campuses was further complicated by the EFF entering the political sphere. The debate about politics on campus has been raging long before students were injured during violent clashes between the EFF and SA Students Congress (Sasco) last week.

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  • Petrol price falls as recession looms - Business News | IOL Business

    Good news for South African consumers is that from Wednesday they will pay less for fuel after the Department of Energy announced a decrease in the price of all petroleum products. The decrease in the price of petroleum products is due mainly to the continued drop in crude oil prices during the period under review. The department said the weakening rand had reduced the over-recovery on the basic fuel price by more than 20c/litre. Next week’s drop will mark the second consecutive month that has seen fuel prices drop.

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  • Bolt will leave 'Ali-sized' hole, says Coe

    Usain Bolt has done for athletics what Muhammad Ali did for boxing, but the sport will survive when the sprint king eventually retires, according to new IAAF president Sebastian Coe. The Jamaican superstar, who has captured a staggering 17 of the last 18 sprint gold medals at the Olympics and world championships since 2008, has suggested he could hang up his spikes after next year’s Rio Games. Bolt’s retirement would leave a gaping void for the crisis-hit sport as it continues to fight accusations of widespread doping, but Coe on Sunday expressed confidence in the next generation of track and field athletes.

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  • Nigeria: How Nigeria's Ambassador to U.S. Prof Adefuye Died

    More facts have emerged on how Nigeria's Ambassador to the United States, Professor Adebowale Ibidapo Adefuye died in the United States. An ambulance was called for him and he was rushed to Suburban Hospital in Washington, DC. At about 6pm on the same Wednesday, the late Adefuye was said to be walking around his hospital room, playing and gisting with his family members.

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  • New cancer drug hailed

    After 18 chemotherapy sessions failed to stop the spread of her deadly skin cancer, Melissa Taylor, of Johannesburg, was told she had six months to live. She was 34 and had a four-year-old daughter.

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  • Mandela rape accused in more trouble with the law

    Gauteng police yesterday sent officers to Norwood police station in Johannesburg to trace an outstanding warrant of arrest for the 24-year-old. The warrant was issued by the family court on August 6 after he failed to appear in court on a maintenance matter. It was hand-delivered to Norwood police a day before the alleged rape of a 15-year-old girl in Greenside this month. This is the police station where the young Mandela was held for several hours after his arrest for rape.

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  • Chocolates, sweets taken from Woolies checkout lines

    “Maybe I’ll have a Kit Kat”, will be a thing of the past the next time you are paying for your groceries at Woolworths. As part of its Good Food Journey, the retailer will remove all sweets and chocolates from their checkout queues. Over the past 10 years, Woolworths has taken significant steps towards providing customers with better choices.

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  • Mourinho’s threat to stars - Premier League

    EPA Jose Mourinho has promised to not think twice about wielding the axe after seeing Chelsea lose for a second time in four games. Jose Mourinho holds Eden Hazard among those responsible for Chelsea’s stuttering start and promised to not think twice about wielding the axe following their shock home defeat. Hazard, who made the clean sweep of the Player of the Year awards last season, was accused of underperforming after Palace became only the second team to beat Mourinho’s Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the Barclays Premier League. Mourinho, who last month described Hazard as better than Cristiano Ronaldo, criticised the 24-year-old winger, saying: ‘If you are the best in the league, I think it should be a good responsibility to have a similar season than in the previous season.

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