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Kenyans shine at the Cape Town Marathon

Kenyan athletes claimed crowns in both male and female categories of the 2019 Sanlam Cape Town Marathon, taking home a sum of R265 000 each. The event is the only one on the continent with gold label status. Records were expected to fall in the fast, flat race — and[…]

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Dros rape: Nicholas Ninow to hear his fate

WARNING: This story contains graphic details Nicholas Ninow, who pleaded guilty to rape, is expected to hear his fate on Monday when the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria makes a pronouncement on the charges he faced. Ninow, who admitted to raping a seven-year-old girl in a Dros restaurant’s bathroom in Pretoria[…]

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Ramaphosa: Foreign nationals must obey SA laws

JOHANNESBURG – President Cyril Ramaphosa says foreign nationals need to abide by the rules and laws of South Africa. He was speaking at a meeting with ANC Johannesburg region branches on Sunday. Ramphosa has dispatched a team of special envoys to deliver messages of solidarity to several African countries. WATCH: Ramaphosa[…]

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‘Maximum lies’: Iran rejects US’ claim it attacked Saudi oil facilities, warns it’s ready for war

Iran has rebuffed US accusations of launching a drone attacks that cut Saudi Arabia’s oil output in half. A senior Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps commander, meanwhile, has warned Washington that Tehran is ready for war. Allegations that Iran was behind the drone attacks on Saudi oil facilities are “unsubstantiated” and false,[…]

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Imam Haron exhibition opens

The Imam Abdullah Haron exhibition opened its doors to the public yesterday at the Dulcie September Civic Centre in Athlone. This mobile exhibition will proceed to the Al-Jamia Masjied in Stegman Road, Claremont and from there it will go on to visit 30 museums across the province. The event is[…]

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‘SAPS needs to get its house in order’: Premier

The Western Cape government has laid the blame on the national police minister for the province’s deteriorating crime statistics, saying inequitable police resources is the main problem. The long-awaited annual national crime statistics were released on Thursday, for the period covering April 2018 to March 2019. Over 21000 murders were[…]

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