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- SARS official turns down R100,000 in crisp notes
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- Anni Dewani inquest halted by London coroner
- UN envoy proposes Libya unity government
- Tunisian dialogue mediators win Nobel Peace Prize
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- China will not allow violations of its territorial waters
- Porsche turbocharges ahead with new 911 models
- Gauteng to test one million people before World Aids Day
- It's not all doom and gloom, says Zuma
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- British Ebola survivor nurse treated for 'unusual' complication
- 'Infectious' Klopp promises 'full throttle' football at Anfield
- NGC a curtain raiser to ANC succession battle: analyst
- Students take feisty Manamela to task
- Ten quarantined in Nigeria over Ebola scare
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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.
Socio-economic deprivation is contributing to high crime in the Western Cape, says community safety MEC Dan Plato.
In a boardroom at the SARS head office in Pretoria eight impatient company directors, accompanied by bodyguards, demanded a R250-million payout from the taxman.
Dubbed "the princess of migrants", a Nigerian baby born on the Italian ship that rescued her mother in the Mediterranean has become a symbol of hope for those braving the perilous crossing in search of a new life.