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Western countries warn nationals to leave Libya

Western nations on Sunday warned their citizens to leave Libya, where intensifying fighting between militias was threatening to destabilise the country.
Members of the National Union of Metalworkers march on the first day of a nationwide strike in Johannesburg

Numsa takes wage offer to members

The National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) is consulting its members on the wage offer in the metal sector, the union said on Sunday.

First Ebola victim in Sierra Leone capital

A woman suffering from the first confirmed case of Ebola in Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, has died after her parents forcibly took her from hospital, the health ministry said Sunday.

Gaza truce efforts go up in smoke

The Islamist Hamas movement continued firing rockets at Israel Sunday, despite claims it had accepted a UN request for a 24-hour extension of a humanitarian truce in war-torn Gaza.
Smoke rises near oil tanks after heavy fighting between rival militias broke out near the airport in Tripoli

97 killed in two weeks of clashes in Libya's Tripoli

Two weeks of clashes between rival Libyan militias battling for control of Tripoli's international airport have left more than 97 people dead and 400 wounded, the health ministry said Sunday.
Smoke rises following what witnesses said was an Israeli air strike in Gaza City

Israel's Prime Minister says Hamas violating own ceasefire

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday accused Hamas of violating a ceasefire that it had itself called and vowed that Israeli operations in Gaza would continue.

Russia should lose 2018 soccer World Cup over Ukraine -UK deputy PM

Russia should be stripped of the right to host the 2018 soccer World Cup unless President Vladimir Putin stops destabilising Ukraine, Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said on Sunday, warning the world would look weak if it didn't act.
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The Shark of Messina wins Tour

Vincenzo Nibali became the first Italian to win the Tour de France since the late Marco Pantani yesterday, dominating his rivals on all terrains as his main rivals crashed out of a superb three-week race.

Baxter, Vlad V ready to play ball with Mashaba

New Bafana Bafana coach Ephraim "Shakes" Mashaba has received backing from the coaches of two of South Africa's biggest clubs.

Australian Ricciardo wins dramatic Hungarian Grand Prix

Australian Daniel Ricciardo won the Hungarian Formula One Grand Prix for Red Bull on Sunday.

South Africa lose Petersen in in the second test against Sri Lanka

South Africa lost the wicket of opener Alviro Petersen for a duck as they chased 369 runs for victory in the second test against Sri Lanka on Sunday.

Bolt ready for Commonwealth debut after injury-plagued season

Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt on Saturday proclaimed himself ready for his Commonwealth Games debut after an injury-plagued early season, albeit solely in the men's 4x100m relay.

Customise the new Ferrari California T online

Ferrari has launched an online configurator for its California T, allowing car fans to build their ideal version of the convertible supercar down to the last detail.

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Long way home for migrants' money

There are signs of a shake-up in growing remittance market, writes Asha Speckman

Executives coin it on share-incentive plans

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