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Cancer is a major problem for women in Africa: Zuma

Cancer is emerging as a major public health problem, not only in South Africa, but in Africa as a whole, President Jacob Zuma said.

Eight injured in Gauteng wall collapse

Eight men were injured, six of them seriously, when a wall collapsed on them in Kowie Road, Boskruin, Randburg, on Saturday morning, paramedics said.

Cape Town highway reopened after protests

The R300 and N2 highways in Cape Town were reopened on Saturday afternoon following a brief protest, the Western Cape Traffic department said.

Bundesliga match will go ahead despite police warning against extremists

Werder Bremen's Bundesliga match with Wolfsburg is to go ahead as planned Sunday despite Bremen police warning of danger posed by Islamic extremists in the city.

Afghan mafia boss executed by hanging

Afghanistan's most notorious mafia chief was hanged after five months of detention in Kabul, the country's intelligence agency said.

Moscow permits march in memory of slain opposition leader

Moscow city authorities on Saturday gave permission for opposition leaders to hold a march in memory of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, after they cancelled a planned protest rally.

Thousands protest Boko Haram, support army in Cameroon

Thousands of people marched in Cameroon's capital to protest against Nigeria's Boko Haram insurgency and support the Central African nation's army, which is fighting alongside regional neighbours to defeat the Islamist group.

Home at last

For 17 years a Cape Town family refused to stop believing they would find their daughter, who was stolen from Groote Schuur Hospital when she was three days old.

Fear grips Maseru

As police increase their visibility on the streets of Lesotho's capital, Maseru, worries about the safety of voters in tomorrow's bitterly contested elections mount.

Makhura promises derided

Gauteng Premier David Makhura's ambitious development plans, backed by investments of more than R100-billion, came under fire from opposition parties during yesterday's State of the Province debate.

Pope gives pauper burial with the elite

Pope Francis has taken his embrace of homeless people a step further by allowing a tramp to be buried inside the Vatican for the first time in the history of the Holy See.

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Bundesliga match will go ahead despite police warning against extremists

Werder Bremen's Bundesliga match with Wolfsburg is to go ahead as planned Sunday despite Bremen police warning of danger posed by Islamic extremists in the city.

Brumbies hold on to beat Rebels 20-15

The ACT Brumbies held on to beat the Rebels 20-15 in an all-Australian Super Rugby derby.

Australia must play swing better - Clarke

Australia captain Michael Clarke said his side had to bat better against swing bowling if they were to win the World Cup after a top-order collapse ultimately proved decisive in a dramatic one-wicket defeat by New Zealand.

Victory all that matter for Bulls

Two consecutive home defeats have left the Bulls spending considerable time on introspection but a victory over the Sharks at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday would remedy their ailing campaign.

Lions chase win before tour down under

With a tough four-week Australasian tour looming, the Lions are in dire need of a victory against the Stormers in their Super Rugby match at Ellis Park in Johannesburg on Saturday.

Thousands protest Boko Haram, support army in Cameroon

Thousands of people marched in Cameroon's capital to protest against Nigeria's Boko Haram insurgency and support the Central African nation's army, which is fighting alongside regional neighbours to defeat the Islamist group.

Aston Martin Vulcan: a gripping performance

With the launch of its new Vulcan and its bespoke ownership program, Aston Martin is the latest supercar company to offer its top customers the chance to become race car drivers.

Elephant: Shot, stuffed and shipped

Mthombo refinery not on hold, says SFF boss

Project Mthombo, a 400,000 barrels a day refinery to be built at Coega, has been under discussion for years

Car makers need labour stability, says BMW SA’s new boss

Vehicle manufacturers will enter into official negotiations with the unions next year over a labour deal

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