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  • Zuma signs defence bill
    President Jacob Zuma on Monday signed the Defence Amendment Bill into law.
  • SA can’t bring all bodies home
    The government doesn’t have the money to fetch the remains of all the MK members who died in African countries during the apartheid struggle,says kwaZulu-Natal premier Zweli Mkhize.
  • 5 killed as car hits cart
    Five people have been killed when a car crashed into the donkey cart they were riding on
  • Human error strands SA submarine
    The woes of the Navy's SAS Manthatisi, which has been out of commission for nearly three years, include fuses blown because somebody inserted a plug in the wrong socket.
  • Dewani case ‘has ruined my life’
    A Bothasig family says Zola Tongo, sentenced to 18 years for his part in the Dewani murder, gave police their address as his.

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Business ReportBusiness Report

  • Dell to buy compellent
    Dell says it has a deal to buy the data storage company Compellent Technologies for $884-million. ||| Dell Inc said on Monday it has a deal to buy the data storage company Compellent Tec...
  • BHP Billiton strike still on
    “We call on our members to intensify their militant action until an acceptable offer is presented by the spoilt golden boys and girls of BHP Billiton,” says Numsa. ||| Nation...
  • SA farmers set sights on Moz
    More South African farmers expect to receive land offers in Mozambique as they seek to expand across Africa amid uncertainty over land reform at home. ||| Olivia Kumwenda Johannesburg - ...
  • Gold firms on physical demand
    Gold edged back up above $1,390 an ounce in Europe as last week's price dip of more than 2 percent brought physical buyers back to the market. ||| Jan Harvey London - Gold edged back up ...
  • WikiLeaks: world be warned
    Those publicising these leaks should understand the potentially dire consequences of their actions, writes Stuart Sterzel. ||| In the ongoing WikiLeaks debate, much has been said about v...

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Sowetan LIVESowetan LIVE

  • ANC votes down motion to call Zuma over Nkandla
    The ANC majority on Thursday voted down an opposition motion in the National Assembly that President Jacob Zuma must be called to appear before the ad hoc committee mulling reports on mis...
  • SAA would consider equity partnership
    Embattled state-owned entity SA Airways would consider an equity partnership, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said on Thursday.
  • Oscar’s athletics future in tatters, agent to meet him in prison
    Oscar Pistorius' agent says he is seeking a meeting with the double-amputee athlete in prison in the next few days to discuss his running future. South Africa's Olympic committee says Pis...
  • Malema in a fight [VIDEO]
    A video has emerged online showing the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) Julius Malema involved in a fight at a fast food restaurant in Limpopo.
  • We derailed the Gautrain: Madida
    Moroka Swallows caretaker coach Fani Madida says his side "derailed" Premiership log leaders Kaizer Chiefs after playing to a 1-1 draw at FNB Stadium on Wednesday night.

Times LIVETimes LIVE

The New AgeThe New Age

City PressCity Press

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AllAfricaAllAfrica

  • Egypt: Govt-U.S. Standoff Could Hit 40,000 NGOs
    [IPS] Cairo - The ongoing crackdown by Egypt's military rulers on a handful of civil society groups accused of receiving illegal foreign funds has far-reaching implications for the estima...
  • Somalia: Al Shabaab Wants Girls to Join War
    [Monitor] Sheikh Fu'ad Mohamed Khalaf Shongole, the chief of awareness raising of al-Shabaab, the radical Islamist group opposing the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia, has insis...
  • Kenya: Military to Benefit From U.S. Aid
    [Nation] The Kenya military is set to benefit from the United States financial assistance once it is fully integrated into the African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom), an envoy has said.
  • Madagascar: Experts Question Country's Bid to Tap Wind Energy
    [SciDev.Net] Antananarivo - Madagascar is aiming to plug its energy gap and reduce its carbon emissions by encouraging a major investment in large-scale wind-turbines, the country's inter...
  • Liberia: Petroleum Body Confirms Oil Discovery
    [New Dawn] Officials at the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL) announced Tuesday that they welcomed pronouncement by African Petroleum that its Narina-1 exploratory well drilled in B...

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The EconomistThe Economist

  • Tunisia after the revolution: Spring is still in the air
    THE country where the Arab spring began is poised to complete a momentous transition from dictatorship to democracy when voters go to the polls on October 26th. The vote should seal Tuni...
  • Justice in South Africa: Equal and colour-blind?
    For him it’s a marathon SENTENCING Oscar Pistorius to five years’ imprisonment for manslaughter, Judge Thokozile Masipa struggled to achieve the near-impossible: appeasing both sides in ...
  • Nigeria: A nation divided
    THE road junction bears no sign that marks a border: no custom house nor passport office. On one side is a burnt-out brick building and on the other an unkempt meadow. Both are on Nigeri...
  • Human rights in Egypt: Silence in class
    A MONTH after Tunisians tossed out their hated dictator, Egyptians did the same, forcing Hosni Mubarak to step down. But while Tunisians are choosing a new parliament to complete their t...
  • Syria: Tough, but bowing
    FROM the presidential palace on a hill above Damascus, the outlook seems rosier of late, despite the vista of flattened suburbs and the rumbling of bombs and mortars below. Defections fr...

CNN - AfricaCNN - Africa

  • The chic allure of the "Afro-dandies"
    Combining colorful African patterns and textures with western accessories, House of Tayo produces striking bow ties, pocket squares and infinite scarfs.
  • Can this 'smart jacket' save lives?
    On the bustling streets of Nairobi, hundreds of motorcyclists are weaving in and out of the already congested traffic. Without fear of incident, countless drivers put themselves at risk e...
  • Meet 12 brilliant entrepreneurs under 22
    Africa, where 70% of the population is under the age of 30, is buzzing with business ideas and innovative spirit -- but who are the continent's brightest young entrepreneurs?
  • Iconic style of Nigerian women
    Through a variety of exhibitions including one signed off by the photographer himself, Nigeria is presenting J.D. Okhai Ojeikere to the world one last time.
  • Finance trailblazer empowers women
    Starting a business is never easy, but in Tanzania, the obstacles for women can be particularly fierce. Few women hold land titles, and as a result, many don't have the necessary collater...

BBC News - AfricaBBC News - Africa

  • Boko Haram 'abducts more women'
    Dozens of women and girls have been abducted from two villages in north-eastern Nigeria by suspected militants despite a reported truce, residents say.
  • Guinea paying Ebola compensation
    The head of Guinea's Ebola mission says the government has started paying compensation to the families of health workers who have died of the virus.
  • Rwanda MPs condemn BBC genocide film
    Rwanda's parliament condemns the BBC for broadcasting a TV documentary which questions official accounts of the 1994 genocide in the country.
  • Ebola blood-therapy team set up
    An international team of scientists is set up to determine the effectiveness of using the blood of Ebola-survivors as a treatment.
  • Kissing ban riles Zimbabwe students
    A ban on students kissing in public, imposed by the University of Zimbabwe, is "nonsensical", a student representative tells the BBC.

The Telegraph - South AfricaThe Telegraph - South Africa

The Guardian - South AfricaThe Guardian - South Africa

Reuters - South AfricaReuters - South Africa

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