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March of Trevor Noah in 140 characters or less

With Trevor Noah taking the helm at The Daily Show - we decided to pick out five of our favourite tweets from his account from March and illustrate them.

No-one can replace Jon Stewart: @TrevorNoah on replacing Jon Stewart

Comedian Trevor Noah is aiming high and taking a no-holds barred approach to his new American TV show, undaunted by the 1-million plus daily audience he needs to please.

Fall of Rhodes statue shows whites 'there’s nothing superior about them': Malema

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Zuma trying to resolve SABC board issues: Maharaj

President Jacob Zuma is trying to resolve issues with the SABC board, his office said on Monday.

Madonsela clears Mbalula on alleged R2.7 million travel costs

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Raheem Sterling will turn down new contract worth R3.2-million-a-week: report

Raheem Sterling's contract talks at Liverpool have taken a dramatic twist after it emerged he is prepared to turn down one of the biggest deals in the club’s history.

KwaZulu-Natal health MEC promises parents full report into suspected food poisoning

KwaZulu-Natal's MEC for Health Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo visited the Esimozomeni Primary School in Richmond this afternoon, following an outbreak of suspected food poisoning last Friday, which affected at least 70 children between the ages of nine and 12.

Idols reap teen ecstasy

British boy band One Direction enjoyed the perks of an all-boy band when performing before thousands of screaming and adoring fans during their first show in South Africa at the weekend.

Allergy Alert: Truth from the peanut gallery

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Pope tribute to Christian 'martyrs' killed by jihadists

Pope Francis paid tribute to "martyrs" killed for their faith - a clear reference to recent victims of Islamic State militants - as he led Roman Catholics in Palm Sunday celebrations yesterday.

The formula for true love

In the quest to find true love, one must kiss a few frogs before meeting a prince. It seems that this theory is accurate, after a mathematician came up with a formula to find a perfect mate.

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Raheem Sterling will turn down new contract worth R3.2-million-a-week: report

Raheem Sterling's contract talks at Liverpool have taken a dramatic twist after it emerged he is prepared to turn down one of the biggest deals in the club’s history.

Formula One chief proposes championship for women

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has proposed a controversial world championship for women drivers as part of grand prix weekends.

Israeli club to compensate Palestinian side in player dispute

FIFA has ordered Israeli premier league club Hapoel Haifa and their former player, Ali Khatib, to compensate Palestinian side Jabal al-Mukabbar after Khatib left them without authorisation.

Bayern could spend 100 million euro on a transfer

Bayern Munich's finance director has said they could one day flex their spending power by becoming Germany's first club to pay 100 million euros (US$108.5m) for a future transfer.

England have fear factor again, says Rooney

England have regained the fear factor following a run of "aggressive" wins since the World Cup last summer, skipper Wayne Rooney has said.

Airports Company SA to pay R2m for price fixing

The Airports Company SA (Acsa) has agreed to pay almost R2 million for fixing the prices of parking bays at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, the Competition Commission said.

Nigeria election results due to start trickling in

Results from Nigeria's elections, potentially the closest contest since the end of military rule in 1999, were due to start trickling in after a weekend vote marred by confusion, arguments and sporadic violence.

Ford offering a smarter way to avoid a speeding ticket

Ford is launching a new technology called Intelligent Speed Limiter that will ensure that whatever the road and whatever the country, you'll never accidentally pick up a speeding fine.

Elephant: Shot, stuffed and shipped

Ramatlhodi to disclose results of mining charter review on Tuesday

Mines minister will disclose government’s assessment of industry’s compliance with charter that includes targets for black ownership

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To maximise effect of meetings, actively design conversation, to ensure alignment and clarity on next steps, close conversations effectively

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