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Charlie Hebdo to be honored in New York under increased security

Charlie Hebdo to be honored in New York under increased security

Mayweather open to rematch with Pacquiao: report

Floyd Mayweather added another wrinkle to the fallout of his fight against Manny Pacquiao by saying he would be open to a rematch after the Filipino southpaw recovers from shoulder surgery, according to an ESPN report on Tuesday.

Kerry talks diplomatic ties on surprise visit to Somalia

The United States will begin the process of reestablishing a diplomatic mission in Somalia after a more than 20-year break, John Kerry said on Tuesday as he became the first US secretary of state to visit the Horn of Africa nation.

Yemen rebels shell Saudi town, sparking warning

Mortar rounds fired by Iran-backed rebels in Yemen hit the Saudi border town of Najran on Tuesday, prompting a Saudi-led military coalition to warn it would strike back.

Wits University commits to improve gender equality

The University of the Witwatersrand is joining the United Nations HeForShe solidarity movement‚ making Wits one of 10 universities around the world committing to take game-changing action to achieve gender equality within and beyond their institutions.

Creativity and unconventional thinking needed in fight against cybercrime

An out-of-the-box complex systems thinking and more holistic security models are the key to fight the increasing threat posed by online and cyber-related crimes.

Teacher sacked after pupils find her porn video online

A Czech teacher has been sacked - after her 15-year-old pupils found a pornographic video starring her online.

Africa's richest man confirms interest in buying Arsenal

Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote, who is Africa’s richest man has said he still wants to buy Arsenal despite failing in a 2010 bid to acquire a stake in the London club.

Watch: Hunger forces women into prostitution in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's weak economy has resulted in women being forced to turn to prostitution to make ends meet for themselves and their children, often charging as little as $2 to $3 (R24 to R36) per session.

First wives' club trumps a king

King Goodwill Zwelithini may not like it, but first wives have the right to veto a man's decision to take on another spouse.

Students take stupid sex risks

Drug- and alcohol-fuelled sex romps are putting the lives of students in danger.

R30000 'to kill Jayde'

The bouncer allegedly hired to find a hitman to kill Port Elizabeth teacher Jayde Panayiotou is alleged to have been paid R30000 for his services.

Hitler fan gets boot

"I will sue them ... I'll take this to the highest court of the land," said Wits University SRC president Mcebo Dlamini soon after he was relieved of his position yesterday.

Jozi's buses at end of the line, says Dlamini

Johannesburg Metrobus company is in financial trouble and is struggling to give residents a decent service.

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Mayweather open to rematch with Pacquiao: report

Floyd Mayweather added another wrinkle to the fallout of his fight against Manny Pacquiao by saying he would be open to a rematch after the Filipino southpaw recovers from shoulder surgery, according to an ESPN report on Tuesday.

Africa's richest man confirms interest in buying Arsenal

Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote, who is Africa’s richest man has said he still wants to buy Arsenal despite failing in a 2010 bid to acquire a stake in the London club.

Bayern's Lewandowski in squad for Barcelona game, Rode out

Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski said he hoped he could play with a face mask in Wednesday's Champions League semi-final, first leg in Barcelona after being included in the squad on Tuesday despite last week's serious facial injuries.

Schoolboy's hero Schalk now his partner in play

When Siya Kolisi elbowed his way past his classmates to get an autograph from his rugby hero, Schalk Burger, during a visit to his school by the Springboks in 2005, it never crossed his mind that one day he would run out on the field beside him.

Hamilton drives like an 'extra-terrestrial'

Formula One legend Niki Lauda said Tuesday that current world champion Lewis Hamilton is driving like an "extra-terrestrial".

Wits University commits to improve gender equality

The University of the Witwatersrand is joining the United Nations HeForShe solidarity movement‚ making Wits one of 10 universities around the world committing to take game-changing action to achieve gender equality within and beyond their institutions.

Protests as Burundi court confirms president's third term bid

Burundi's constitutional court cleared President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a controversial third term Tuesday, as the government offered to release protesters if days of deadly demonstrations stopped.

Rolls-Royce unveils the most sumptuous Phantom yet

The British luxury car maker has shared details on the Phantom Limelight Collection, the latest line of bespoke models out of its workshops in Goodwood, England. The new limited edition will consist of just 25 cars.

On your case: Discovery speaking in code

Every day I get emails from customers of large companies who’ve spent days or weeks dealing with call centre employees in a bid to get a problem sorted out, with no success.

Business confidence rises slightly in April

South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry business confidence index shows small improvement, but ‘points to dismal business climate’

Being a small group means fast and top-notch service

Dynamic business partners Connie Peter and Marussia van der Merwe focus on speed, service and personal attention, writes Katy Chance

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