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Northern Cape rapist gets life for raping five-year-old

A man has been jailed for life for raping a five-year-old girl, Northern Cape police said on Friday.

Hopes for a goal-laden Carling Black Label Cup

Kaizer Chiefs hope the Carling Black Label Cup will produce a high-scoring match at the FNB Stadium on Saturday.

McDonald's Japan not loving Chinese chicken after scandal

McDonald's said that its restaurants in Japan had stopped selling products made with chicken from China, in a marked widening of a scandal that saw expired meat sold to fast food giants.

Van der Burgh off to good start

Cameron van der Burgh comfortably started his campaign in the pool on the second day of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, where the South African team is expected to win three more medals.

Swazi court jails editor, lawyer for criticising government

Swaziland's High Court jailed a magazine editor and a human rights lawyer for two years for contempt of court over articles critical of the government and judiciary.

Liberian with Ebola-like symptoms dies in Nigeria: official

A Liberian man hospitalised in Lagos with Ebola-like symptoms has died, an official said Friday, without confirming the virus was the cause of his death.

Motsoeneng not the kind of person who should be honoured: DA

The DA on Friday said it will oppose the renaming of a stadium in QwaQwa, Free State, after SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng.

We didn't hire her because she's Zuma's daughter: ministry

President Jacob Zuma's daughter Thuthukile was appointed chief of staff at the department of telecommunications and postal services after consideration of her "capacity" for the position, the department said on Friday.

Hawks investigating government official for corruption involving R1.6 billion

The Hawks on Friday confirmed they are investigating a government official for corruption involving R1.6 billion.

Metro cops investigate Telkom boss in fake number plate scam

Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko is under investigation after being implicated in an alleged car licence cloning case, the City of Johannesburg said on Friday.
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Hopes for a goal-laden Carling Black Label Cup

Kaizer Chiefs hope the Carling Black Label Cup will produce a high-scoring match at the FNB Stadium on Saturday.

Van der Burgh off to good start

Cameron van der Burgh comfortably started his campaign in the pool on the second day of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, where the South African team is expected to win three more medals.

South Africa 98-3 at stumps on day two against Sri Lanka

Hashim Amla faced a stern test of character in his first series as captain after South Africa lost three key wickets against a determined Sri Lankan bowling attack in the second Test Friday.

Mourinho contemplating Drogba return to Chelsea

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho revealed on Friday that he is considering a move to bring former striker Didier Drogba back to the club after he was released by Galatasaray.

Malaysian cyclist warned over 'Save Gaza' gloves at Commonwealth Games

A Malaysian cyclist was warned Friday he risked being thrown out of the Commonwealth Games if he repeated wearing gloves bearing the message "Save Gaza".

EU reaches preliminary deal on Russia economic sanctions

European Union ambassadors reached a preliminary agreement on Friday to push ahead with hard-hitting economic sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis but details remained to be worked out, diplomats said.

We didn't hire her because she's Zuma's daughter: ministry

President Jacob Zuma's daughter Thuthukile was appointed chief of staff at the department of telecommunications and postal services after consideration of her "capacity" for the position, the department said on Friday.

Customise the new Ferrari California T online

Ferrari has launched an online configurator for its California T, allowing car fans to build their ideal version of the convertible supercar down to the last detail.

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Minister hopes small business department will get ‘big budget’

Small Business Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu says department will do all it can to deliver on mandate to support entrepreneurs

Wider probe into mining royalty funds

More than R300m in mining royalties is missing from an account of Rustenburg’s Bapo ba Mogale community

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