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Peters condemns burning of buses

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters on Monday condemned the burning of Golden Arrow buses during a protest in Cape Town.

Lesotho leaders pledge to restore stability following alleged coup

Lesotho's ruling parties agreed Monday to lift a suspension of parliament ordered by the prime minister in June in bid to restore normality following an alleged coup attempt.

Nigeria to receive experimental Ebola drug from Japan

Nigeria was set to receive the antiviral drug Favipiravir from Japan as a possible Ebola treatment, the Health Ministry said Monday.

State for a requests postponement

The State has asked for a postponement in the matter between King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo of the Abathembu and President Jacob Zuma, the presidency said on Monday.

Lesotho prime minister heading home after 'coup'

Lesotho's exiled prime minister is heading home, and aide told AFP on Monday, as regional mediators sought to reinstall him to power days after an apparent coup.

Nigerian army repels Boko Haram attack

Nigeria's army killed at least 59 members of Islamist terror group Boko Haram, repelling an attack on a key city in the country's north-east, local newspaper Punch reported Monday.

SADC regional bloc dispatches observers to Lesotho after 'coup'

A Southern African regional bloc Monday agreed to dispatch a team of observers to crisis-torn Lesotho following an apparent coup, while coalition leaders agreed to restore parliament which was suspended in June.

Mbete backs off plan to suspend EFF MPs

Speaker Baleka Mbete and the EFF have agreed she will not immediately proceed with plans to suspend its MPs, the chairman of Parliament's powers and privileges committee said.

Commuter chaos as Cape Town burns

Cape Town was flung into chaos at the hands of aggrieved taxi drivers this morning. Mayor Patricia de Lille believes the violence is politically motivated.

Gallery: EPL transfer D-day - 10 biggest deals that could happen today

With the English Premier League transfer deadline shutting down in just under five hours (at 5pm today), here is a closer look at the 10 high profile last-minute transfer deals that could be sealed.
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Sudan coach fire first warning shots to Bafana

Sudan, Bafana Bafana’s first assignment for the 2015 Afcon qualifiers have fired their first warning shots ahead of a clash against the South Africans on Friday by declaring they will not be pushovers in Group A.

Gallery: EPL transfer D-day:10 biggest deals that could happen today

With the English Premier League transfer deadline shutting down in just under five hours (at 5pm today), here is a closer look at the 10 high profile last-minute transfer deals that could be sealed.

Boycott tells Cook to stop getting in a spin over critics

England great Geoffrey Boycott has told current skipper Alastair Cook to accept "constructive" criticism from former players.

Messi to miss World Cup final rematch

Argentina captain Lionel Messi will miss his side's friendly against world champions Germany on Wednesday due to a groin strain, his club side Barcelona confirmed on Monday.

Uefa charges Legia Warsaw for fans' snarky banner

Legia Warsaw's legal problems this season continued Monday, when UEFA charged the club over a banner criticizing its disputed exit from the Champions League.

Voters not stupid,warns Gordhan

Pravin Gordhan has sent a warning to politicians: no matter how poor, South Africans are not stupid and will use their vote to express their dissatisfaction with the government's performance.

Tumour boy's parents in dock

A Spanish judge yesterday extended the detention of a British couple arrested for taking their seriously ill five-year-old son out of a hospital in England against the advice of doctors.

Mbete makes U-turn on EFF

Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete has sidestepped the issue of suspending 25 Economic Freedom Fighters MPs by referring the matter to parliament's powers and privileges committee.

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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Umhlanga unveils free Wi-Fi network

The Umhlanga Wi-Fi connection project aims to entice more tourists and shoppers to the popular area

New pension scam hits Vaal Triangle

Financial Services Board finds unauthorised company masquerading as financial service experts assists clients to claim pension fund surplus money from pension funds

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