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Googling yourself hurts, says Miley Cyrus

Pop diva Miley Cyrus has opened up to Australian television about her life, saying Googling yourself is bad for your brain and Elvis was a "twerker".

Slow-beat jazz

Maybe it was the after-effects of Saturday night jolling, or the effects of pot - a strong whiff of it permeated the area - but the crowd at yesterday's Jazz on the Lake, at Jozi's Zoo Lake, took a while to get going.

Temperatures to rise following cold front

Temperatures are expected to improve this week following an intense cold front, the SA Weather Service said on Monday.

'Boob Aid' raises millions

A group of Japanese porn actresses raised millions of yen at the weekend by having their breasts squeezed by fans at a "Boob Aid" charity event for Aids prevention.

Inspired by special boy

A special school was all Alison Moschetta, 46, wanted for her special son. But when she could not find a suitable school the mother of four left her job to start her own special-needs school.

More Putin 'double talk'

President Vladimir Putin yesterday called for talks between Russian-backed rebels in eastern Ukraine and the Kiev government on issues including "political organisation and statehood".

Fizzing with a cuppa 'tea beer'

Extracts from the rooibos tea leaf were the secret ingredient that saw a student's brew take top honours at the seventh annual SA Breweries Intervarsity Beer Brewing Challenge this weekend.

Jesus must return to cleanse everybody's sins: Zuma

President Jacob Zuma would like Jesus to return to earth to cleanse everybody's sins, according to a report.

Signatures reveal truth

Thuli Madonsela versus Jacob Zuma - a clash of personalities that can be explained by the curlicues and flourishes of their signatures.

Lesotho anarchy

Lesotho is in political crisis. Two days after a military coup was reported, it was unclear last night who was in charge of the mountain kingdom.
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Casillas wants improvement from 'horrible' Real Madrid

Real Madrid captain and goalkeeper Iker Casillas has called for a big improvement after the European champions suffered a surprise early-season setback at Real Sociedad in La Liga on Sunday.

Federer to make Brisbane return

Grand Slam record-holder Roger Federer will return to play next year's Brisbane International as he warms up for a tilt at his fifth Australian Open title, organisers said Monday.

Pitso is happy at last

A second successive defeat at home would have rubbed the Mamelodi Sundowns fans up the wrong way, so the Brazilians bounced back with a stylish win here yesterday to beat a struggling AmaZulu side 2-0.

Reds bounce back from City defeat

Brendan Rodgers marked his 100th game as coach, presiding over an irresistible Liverpool performance to hammer a toothless Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 in their Premier League face-off at White Hart Lane yesterday.

Retreat Australia fair

"Ya," Australia captain Michael Clarke barked at Brad Haddin between turning Donald Tiripano to square leg and chugging to the other end of the pitch for a single at Harare Sports Club yesterday.

Cape Town cash drain as system springs leaks

Capetonians are paying more than they should for water and electricity, according to the city's mid-year budget and financial performance assessment conducted by the national Treasury.

Audi to recall 70,000 cars for potential brake problem

Volkswagen's premium brand Audi will recall 70,000 cars world wide because of a potential fault with the brake booster, a spokesman for the company said on Friday.

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Microlending industry picks up the pieces

The collapse of African Bank, which provided 40% of SA’ s unsecured loans, has sent aftershocks throughout the microlending sector

RANTS AND SENSE: How to solve the ‘Generations’ gap

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Defence Department denies SA troops were involved in foiling Lesotho coup

South African troops have not been involved in foiling an alleged coup in Lesotho, the defence department said on Sunday.

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Lesotho's Prime Minister Thomas Thabane on Saturday accused his country's army of mounting a coup against him and said he had fled to South Africa, but the military denied seeking to oust him and said its soldiers had returned to barracks.

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Women Minister Susan Shabangu wants an apology from broadcaster eNCA for reporting that she called Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa a liar, her office said on Saturday.

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