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Bozwana knew his life was in danger: Thandi Modise

North West businessman Wandile Bozwana knew he was going to be killed for his philosophies and ideas but refused to back down. That was the message conveyed by those who spoke during his funeral service in Pretoria on Saturday.

Kylie Jenner owns framed copy of Tyga's mugshot

TV star Kylie Jenner has revealed she keeps a framed copy of Tyga's 2012 mugshot at her $2.7 million home.

Still no trace of SA woman missing in Nepal

After three days there is still no trace of a South African woman who went missing on board a light aircraft in Nepal.

‘We cannot allow young lives to be stolen away from us’: Maimane

Beating drugs and gangs is a fight that requires a strong government that listens and acts‚ Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane says.

Shia LaBeouf arrested for public intoxication

Hollywood star Shia LaBeouf has been arrested in Austin, Texas for public intoxication.

Twin bombs kill 30 at pro-Kurdish rally in Turkish capital

At least 30 people were killed when twin explosions hit a rally of pro-Kurdish and leftist activists outside Ankara's main train station on Saturday in what Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan called a terrorist attack, weeks ahead of an election.

Facebook says no to 'dislike' button but tests 'sad' and 'angry' buttons

Facebook will begin testing a new feature allowing users to express a range of emotions on posts in Ireland and Spain from Friday - but there will be no "dislike" button, the social network said.

Gluttonous jaguar being sent back for being 'too fat to mate', says India zoo

A 12-year-old jaguar brought to New Delhi zoo on a "breeding loan" is being sent back after he was found too fat to mate, officials said Saturday.

The 'Nelson Mandela rules' aim to improve lives of prisoners: UN

The United Nations (UN) general assembly has named a set of guidelines for the humane treatment of prisoners after Nelson Mandela.

Cancer risk slashed

South African scientists have discovered quickly how to detect the presence of the human papilloma virus in women, which puts them at risk of cervical cancer.

Home truths on crime in Cape

Socio-economic deprivation is contributing to high crime in the Western Cape, says community safety MEC Dan Plato.

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Daylight for Tabuena as rain holds off

Miguel Tabuena of the Philippines opened up a two-shot lead at the rain-shortened Yeangder Tournament Players Championship on Saturday as he attempts to erase last year's play-off disappointment.

Platini fights ban as FIFA plunged into chaos

UEFA chief Michel Platini has appealed against a 90-day ban slapped on him over an ongoing corruption probe, as FIFA gears up for a crunch meeting over its raging sleaze crisis.

Woodcock's All Black career ended by World Cup injury

All Blacks legend Tony Woodcock's Test career is over after a serious injury ruled him out of the World Cup, coach Steve Hansen said Saturday.

All Blacks batter brave Tonga

The All Blacks proved far too strong for Tonga as they ran out 47-9 winners in Friday night's Rugby World Cup clash in Newcastle.

Springboks' focus sharpened by Japan shock, says captain Du Preez

There may come a time when South Africa's humiliating Rugby World Cup loss to Japan is viewed as a blessing in disguise, even if the Springboks are not quite ready to admit that yet.

Porsche turbocharges ahead with new 911 models

November's LA auto show will be playing host to three new all-wheel drive Porches with all-new engines and better performance and economy figures.

Unusually dry weather in Western Cape poses serious risk to farming

Water shortages could potentially have devastating effect on key agricultural sector, with main feeder dams at lowest average levels in 20 years

Brics in danger of collapsing as members fail to cohere

Brics states appear divided on key contemporary issues: global governance, international financial instability and climate change, write Rosaline Daniel and Kudrat Virk

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