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- Comrades Marathon general manager quits
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- East African leaders push for peace in South Sudan
- State urges judge to keep Alberton truck driver behind bars
- Clive Barker and his aces ready to 'challenge' for league title
- Online harassment seen as major problem: US survey
- Government must do more to fight tax evasion: EFF
- Kruger safari camp named world's top resort and hotel
- Government must save R1.3 billion in two years
- Putin urged to act against racism in Russian soccer ahead of World Cup
- Big strides made in fighting TB, says WHO
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- Nine arrested for branding Indian athlete a witch
- Kim is the dopest wife: Kanye West
- Australia's spooks accidentally spy on themselves
- Jennifer Lopez set for R287 million Vegas deal
- Two die in Sierra Leone riot sparked by Ebola tests
- United job was just too big for Moyes, says Ferguson
- Hitler, Mussolini coffee cream leaves Swiss retailer red-faced
- KZN must remove his 'sweetheart' from office: IFP
- Halep routs Serena Williams at WTA Finals
- Renée Zellweger 'thrilled with different look'
- Alberton truck driver claims he isn't guilty as state argues he's a flight risk
A career path in science was the most natural decision Dr Buyisiwe Sondezi believes she has ever had to make in her life.
Oscar Pistorius has joined a unique club of jailbird sportsmen.
Five of South Africa's finest extra virgin olive oils were recognised last week.
In the war on rhino poaching it is good news - law enforcement had one of their most successful weekends in the Kruger National Park last week - and research suggests the demand for horn in Vietnam is declining.