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Army chief sacked after massacre

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has sacked his army chief, a spokesman said, replacing him with a loyalist from his own ethnic group as the country's four-month conflict shows signs of being increasingly fought along tribal lines.

Defiant Egypt workers pose challenge to next president

Egypt's next president will have to contend with frustrated workers who have threatened a new wave of nationwide strikes if their demands are not met by an already cash-strapped government.

South Sudan rebels deny massacres, blame government

South Sudanese rebels on Tuesday rejected UN accusations they massacred "hundreds" of civilians in ethnic killings when they captured a key oil town last week, turning the blame instead on the government.

Man arrested for axe attack on gardener he caught in bed with wife

A Bulawayo man was arrested for assaulting his gardener with an axe after catching him in bed with his wife.
Police van. File photo.

SAPS getting driving lessons to save fleet

A driving course incorporated into the SA Police Service training will extend the lifespan and working condition of vehicles, Deputy Police Minister Maggie Sotyu said.

Ukraine forces kill up to five rebels; Russia starts drill near border

Ukrainian forces killed up to five pro-Moscow rebels on Thursday as they closed in on the separatists' military stronghold in the east, and Russia launched army drills near the border in response, raising fears its troops would invade.