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Morocco's midfielder Karim El Ahmadi (L) challenges Democratic Republic of the Congo's defender Chancel Mbemba during the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations group C football match between DR Congo and Morocco in Oyem on January 16, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ISSOUF SANO

Kabananga strikes as DR Congo upset Morocco

Junior Kabananga scored to give the Democratic Republic of Congo an upset 1-0 win over Morocco Monday in an Africa Cup of Nations Group C match in Gabonese town Oyem.

Strong possibility Chiefs could lose Gordinho

Kaizer Chiefs defender Lorenzo Gordinho completed his trial at Danish side Aalborg on Monday and now faces a wait to see whether the club will make a move for him in this transfer window‚ the next or not at all.

Justice department to probe Pretoria firecracker suicide

The Justice and Correctional Services department has launched an investigation into the death of an elderly man who blew himself up with fireworks in the corridor of its Domestic Violence and Harassment Court in Pretoria on Monday.

France to play All Blacks, Springboks and Japan in November

France will play New Zealand, South Africa and Japan on consecutive weekends in November, the French rugby federation (FFR) announced Monday.

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Good news for spicy food fans: new research suggests that chilli peppers could help you live longer.

At least 16 injured in accident between bus and taxi in Limpopo

At least 16 people have been injured in a collision between a bus and a taxi about 20 kilometres outside Tzaneen in Limpopo‚ paramedics said.

Ajax smoke the peace pipe with defender Coetzee

Ajax Cape Town CEO Ari Efstathiou Efstathiou has confirmed that all is forgiven with regards to centre-back Rivaldo Coetzee.

Duanne Olivier: Can bowl‚ can think‚ can bat

Faf du Plessis has been South Africa’s test captain for only eight matches‚ but already the defining moments of his tenure are mounting.

Nyandoro confident that Zimbabwe will emerge from Afcon Group of Death

Former Zimbabwe and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Esrom Nyandoro is adamant that his countrymen still have enough in the tank to force their way out of the Group of Death after letting Algeria off the hook in their opening African Nations Cup match in Gabon on Sunday.
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Get a refreshing start to the week: sparkling kiwi crush recipe

The combination of kiwi and cucumber makes this non-alcoholic cocktail super refreshing

YOH! Bonang defends AKA with a savage clapback

Popular TV and radio personality Bonang Matheba hit back at a hater on social media, after the user criticised her man.
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Returning Federer basks in 'special moment'

Seventeen-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer said it was a "special moment" to return to the big stage as he passed a first-round test at the Australian Open on Monday.

Five dead in shooting at Mexico music festival: mayor

A shooting erupted at an electronic music festival in the Mexican resort of Playa del Carmen early Monday, leaving at least five people dead and sparking a stampede, the mayor said.
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Heat is on as stars struggle at Aussie Open

World number one Andy Murray was tested and Stan Wawrinka lost his cool as stars struggled on a hot first day at the Australian Open on Monday.

'I could go tomorrow‚ nothing is certain' - Russell Domingo

South Africa have won 12 of their last 14 matches and lost only one - reason‚ surely‚ for Russell Domingo to not feel as if he has to look over his shoulder quite so often.

Why De Lille did not shoot Cape Town's sheriff

An intense public campaign in support of JP ''The Sheriff'' Smith was not the reason the City of Cape Town mayor‚ Patricia De Lille‚ decided to keep the long-serving councillor in his post.

9 things you need to know about the Ford Kuga recall

Ford SA has announced that more than 4‚500 Ford Kugas are being recalled for compulsory safety checks after 48 of the family SUVs burst into flames in South Africa and a motorist died while trapped inside his burning vehicle.

Zimbabwe priest held over Mugabe death prophecy

Zimbabwe police on Monday detained a pastor who claimed that veteran President Robert Mugabe, who turns 93 next month, would die in October, his lawyer said.

Paarl man killed by a croc thought they were ‘nasty creatures’

The Paarl man killed by a crocodile over the weekend was a Zimbabwean ballet dancer and painter.

Revealed: The Kuga warnings Ford ignored

Ford was warned for at least a year that its Kuga SUV had potentially deadly problems - but appears not to have acted on the alarm bells.

Guptas’ associate set to buy bank in SA

Salim Aziz Essa‚ an associate of the controversial Gupta family‚ and businessman Hamza Farooqui’s bid to buy 100% of Habib Overseas Bank’s South African assets has passed the first hurdle‚ with the Competition Commission approving the deal without any conditions.

Zuma and Cyril are singing different hymns

President Jacob Zuma is trying to put a stop to discussion of who should succeed him while his deputy, Cyril Ramaphosa, tears into corrupt, greedy and selfish ANC leaders.

Hlaudi, Mbalula's wife sued in R1bn housing 'fraud' spree

SABC strongman Hlaudi Motsoeneng and Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula's wife Nozuko - as trustees of two trusts - allegedly received millions from a "fraudulent" R1-billion spending spree by the Free State government meant for houses for the poor - which were never built.

Ivory Coast's forward Wilfred Zaha (R) challenges Togo's forward Emmanuel Adebayor during the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations group C football match between Ivory Coast and Togo in Oyem on January 16, 2017. / AFP

Champions Ivory Coast disappoint in Togo draw

Ivory Coast made a disappointing start to their Africa Cup of Nations title defence Monday when held 0-0 by lowest Group C seeds Togo in Gabonese town Oyem.

Strong possibility Chiefs could lose Gordinho

Kaizer Chiefs defender Lorenzo Gordinho completed his trial at Danish side Aalborg on Monday and now faces a wait to see whether the club will make a move for him in this transfer window‚ the next or not at all.
Egyptian goalkeeper Essam El Hadary will smash the record for the oldest player ever at the tournament. Picture credits: Getty Images

El Hadary ready to become African Cup of Nations' oldest player

If he plays in Egypt’s opening Africa Cup of Nations fixture against Mali in Port-Gentil on Tuesday, goalkeeper Essam El Hadary will smash the record for the oldest player ever at the tournament.

African Cup of Nations return destiny - Uganda coach

Uganda coach Milutin Sredojevic says it was Uganda’s destiny to make their long-awaited return to the Africa Cup of Nations against Ghana as the teams prepare to meet on Tuesday.

France to play All Blacks, Springboks and Japan in November

France will play New Zealand, South Africa and Japan on consecutive weekends in November, the French rugby federation (FFR) announced Monday.

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