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Eleven Zimbabweans killed in Botswana repatriated

Eleven Zimbabweans who were killed in a car crash in Botswana earlier this month have been repatriated, the Botswana Police Service said on Saturday.

German Muslim leader says attacks increasing on mosques, Muslims

Violence against Muslims and their places of worship is on the rise in Germany, Aiman Mazyek, chairman of Germany's Central Council of Muslims, said in a report on an online magazine on Saturday.

19-year-old arrested for burning heavily pregnant woman to death

A 19-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of burning to death a heavily pregnant woman, who was later found in woodland in Berlin, a police spokeswoman confirmed Saturday.

Bring back police drug unit: Maimane

Specialised police units dealing with drugs and gangs need to be reintroduced, DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane said on Saturday.

Serial killer's head incinerated after 90 years in storage

The head of serial killer Fritz Haarmann has been incinerated after lying in storage for almost 90 years at a central German university, a newspaper reported Saturday.

Orgies officially banned at ballroom in the Alps

Orgies and nude girls springing out of giant birthday cakes are now banned at the municipal ballroom of an expensive spa resort up in the Alps, German officials say.

Syrian opposition favours political solution to conflict

The Syrian opposition said on Saturday it favoured a political solution to the conflict in its homeland that has claimed more than 200,000 lives in nearly four years.

The cops are on the case. And it's not xenophobia

This shocking photograph captured by The Times shows three Johannesburg Metro Police Department officers nonchalantly walking away from the looting of a shop in White City, Soweto.

Dewani judge accused of being racist Afrikaner

Western Cape Deputy Judge President Jeanette Traverso has been accused of misconduct in Shrien Dewani's trial because she was an "Afrikaner" and a former "apartheid prosecutor" - and therefore "predisposed towards showing hostility against the black prosecutor, who was up against the all-Afrikaner defence team".

Bingeing's bad hangover

Binge drinking can start harming your immune system within hours, according to new research.

Guard faces murder rap

A security guard accused of being the Century City serial killer abandoned his bail application yesterday as the state laid more charges against him.

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Cape Verde want to keep up shock run

The smallest country to ever qualify for the African Nations Cup finals are setting their sights on at least repeating their shock quarter-final place of two years ago.

Williams sisters turn back clock in Melbourne

Top seed Serena Williams and her older sister Venus sent a chilling warning to the rest of the women's draw at the Australian Open on Saturday by both advancing to the fourth round at Melbourne Park for the first time in five years.

Africa to start World Cup journey in October

The African qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup in Russia will begin in October, while the road to the next African Nations Cup finals gets under way in June, the Confederation of African Football confirmed on Thursday.

'FIFA is a toxic brand, that's why sponsors are leaving'

FIFA have rejected suggestions that major sponsors were cutting their ties with the organisation because it was a "toxic brand", saying on Friday that they were in advanced negotiations with new sponsors eager to replace the old.

Algeria coach loses mother on eve of match

Algeria coach Christian Gourcuff's mother passed away on the eve of a second Group C match but the Frenchman is expected to be on the touchline for Friday's African Nations Cup clash against Ghana in Mongomo.

New car technology helps drivers avoid bikes and motorcycles

Jaguar Land Rover has introduced an innovative technology aimed at preventing cars from colliding with bikes, motorcycles or scooters, in part by alerting drivers through a virtual tap on the shoulder or a sound like a bicycle bell.

Elephant: Shot, stuffed and shipped

Four levels of workplace politics

You can’t avoid workplace politics entirely but you can find ways to develop your political competence

Banks ‘need to adapt to lift return on equity’

Banks must reinvent business models to survive a low-growth environment amid large-scale regulatory reform, says EY

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