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- Chile leader, UN call on gender inequality by 2030
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- Rwanda urged to take action against BBC over genocide documentary
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- Eight injured in Gauteng wall collapse
- Cape Town highway reopened after protests
- Bundesliga match will go ahead despite police warning against extremists
- Afghan mafia boss executed by hanging
- Moscow permits march in memory of slain opposition leader
- US appeals court says Boston bomber trial can stay in city
- Two arrested for possession of explosives, detonators and a signal jamming device in Khayelitsha
- Thousands protest Boko Haram, support army in Cameroon
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- US Drone raid kills three Al-Qaeda militants in Yemen
For 17 years a Cape Town family refused to stop believing they would find their daughter, who was stolen from Groote Schuur Hospital when she was three days old.
As police increase their visibility on the streets of Lesotho's capital, Maseru, worries about the safety of voters in tomorrow's bitterly contested elections mount.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura's ambitious development plans, backed by investments of more than R100-billion, came under fire from opposition parties during yesterday's State of the Province debate.
Pope Francis has taken his embrace of homeless people a step further by allowing a tramp to be buried inside the Vatican for the first time in the history of the Holy See.