Mbuyiseni Ndlozi awarded Young Communicators Award in 2002
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Mbuyiseni Ndlozi awarded Young Communicators Award in 2002

Mbuyiseni Ndlozi awarded Young Communicators Award in 2002
Speaking on SABC 2's Morning Live, Ndlozi said he's honoured and thanked the Lord for the award. Fast forward to 2017 the EFF spokesperson receives a PhD in politics from Wits University.
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Winnie Madikizela-Mandela arrives for her birthday celebration dinner
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Winnie Madikizela-Mandela arrives for her birthday celebration dinner

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela arrives for her birthday celebration dinner
The struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has expressed gratitude for the freedom she enjoys as she marked her 80th birthday.
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South African icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's great-grandchildren pay tribute to her.
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South African icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's great-grandchildren pay tribute to her.

South African icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's great-grandchildren pay tribute to her.
The South African government held a special official memorial service for anti-apartheid struggle icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela at the Orlando Stadium in Soweto, Johannesburg.
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South African Broadcasting Corporation's Vuyo Mvoko after the mugging incident.
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South African Broadcasting Corporation's Vuyo Mvoko after the mugging incident.

South African Broadcasting Corporation's Vuyo Mvoko after the mugging incident.
While waiting to go live SABC's contributing editor Vuyo Mvoko was a victim of mugging outside the hospital in full view of SABC cameras. He was reporting on Zambian President Edgar Lungu arrival to Milpark hospital.
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South African EFF leader Julius Malema speaks to Question Time.
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South African EFF leader Julius Malema speaks to Question Time.

South African EFF leader Julius Malema speaks to Question Time.
Addressing hundreds of EFF supporters outside court, Malema reiterated his call for black people to occupy any vacant piece of land they want peacefully. These utterances have put him on a collission course with the FW de Klerk Foundation and the Democratic Alliance. Both the FW de Klerk Foundation and the EFF's political partner the DA, have threatened to lodge a complaint regarding the controversial comments with the South African Human Rights Commission.
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Zindzi Mandela, daughter to Nelson Mandela, reads her father’s rejection to PW Both in 1985.
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Zindzi Mandela, daughter to Nelson Mandela, reads her father’s rejection to PW Both in 1985.

Zindzi Mandela, daughter to Nelson Mandela, reads her father’s rejection to PW Both in 1985.
In 1985 the then South African President PW Botha offered Nelson Mandela his freedom on condition that he ‘unconditionally rejected violence as a political weapon’. His daughter Zindzi in turn read out his rejection letter to a mass gathering in Soweto, Johannesburg.
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Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change party launches its policy documents
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Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change party launches its policy documents

Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change party launches its policy documents
The party leader, Nelson Chamisa says he is confident MDC will do well during the elections.
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South African Cape Town International Airport to be renamed.
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South African Cape Town International Airport to be renamed.

South African Cape Town International Airport to be renamed.
Cape Town International Airport could soon have a new name. Names being considered include prominent struggle stalwarts. Like former president Nelson Mandela, PAC founder Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe, ANC veterans Albertina Sisulu and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.
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Newsroom guest smokes what appears to be dagga on air
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Newsroom guest smokes what appears to be dagga on air

Newsroom guest smokes what appears to be dagga on air
The SABC Broadcaster and the SABC Newsroom does not condone the actions of our guest Andre Duplessis. The views expressed in this video clip / interview are not that of the SABC and Associates, but that of the guest.
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Two hundred and sixty medical students return home from Cuba after completing their studies.
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Two hundred and sixty medical students return home from Cuba after completing their studies.

Two hundred and sixty medical students return home from Cuba after completing their studies.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi and Ace Magashule welcomed home, 260 students who returned today from their medical studies in Cuba. The scholarships were part of the Bi-National Agreement between South Africa and Cuba, aimed at focusing on the shortage of doctors and to strengthen the public health sector in South Africa.
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South African EFF Leader Julius Malema on the state of the economy and land.
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South African EFF Leader Julius Malema on the state of the economy and land.

South African EFF Leader Julius Malema on the state of the economy and land.
EFF Leader Julius Malema joins us in studio to discuss the economy, land and more.
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Latest on the Moloto Road plane crash.
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Latest on the Moloto Road plane crash.

Latest on the Moloto Road plane crash.
As many as 20 people are believed to be injured, at least one critically, in a plane crash near Moloto Road north of Pretoria, close to Wonderboom airport.
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Mandoza's wife Mpho pays tribute to her late South African musician husband.
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Mandoza's wife Mpho pays tribute to her late South African musician husband.

Mandoza's wife Mpho pays tribute to her late South African musician husband.
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UN WHO concerned about the latest Ebola outbreak in DRC
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UN WHO concerned about the latest Ebola outbreak in DRC

UN WHO concerned about the latest Ebola outbreak in DRC
The UN World Health Organization is to hold an Emergency Committee on Friday to consider whether the current Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is a public health emergency of international concern. A decision which could trigger more international involvement, mobilising research and resources. The latest Ebola outbreak has spread to Wangata a city of nearly 1.2 million people in Equateur Province in North West of the country. This is raising concerns the deadly virus may prove tough to contain. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Seven heist suspects arrested
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Seven heist suspects arrested

Seven heist suspects arrested
The police have swooped on suspects linked to Monday morning's cash-in-transit heist on the Matlala road in Limpopo. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Khadja Nin on her homeland's conflict in Burundi
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Khadja Nin on her homeland's conflict in Burundi

Khadja Nin on her homeland's conflict in Burundi
Renowned Burundian vocalist Khadja Nin has added her voice to the chorus calling for a peaceful resolution to the conflict in her homeland of Burundi. Khadja Nin is the Goodwill Ambassador for African, Caribbean and Pacific States Observatory on Migration. She joins us now in studio
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South African EFF Leader Julius Malema's Africa Day address.
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South African EFF Leader Julius Malema's Africa Day address.

South African EFF Leader Julius Malema's Africa Day address.
The Economic Freedom Fighters held an Africa Day Rally at Jubilee Park in the Tshwane Central Business District. EFF Commander in Chief Julius Malema addressed the rally under the theme AFRICA WE ARE ONE.
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De Lille ready to put aside differences with DA
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De Lille ready to put aside differences with DA

De Lille ready to put aside differences with DA
The Cape Town High Court has ordered the Democratic Alliance to reinstate Patricia de Lille as the executive mayor of the City of Cape Town. That is at least until a full bench will hear her other pending matters on the 25th of May. This comes after the party ceased her membership and subsequently removed her from her seat as mayor. The DA kicked De Lille out following a radio interview during which she said she would resign as soon as she had cleared her name. The party interpreted this as her wanting to resign as a member of the party. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Former Lucas Mangope employees remember the late leader
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Former Lucas Mangope employees remember the late leader

Former Lucas Mangope employees remember the late leader
Former employees of Lucas Mangope had fond memories of the late Bantustan leader. Mangope died at age 94 - at his home in Motswedi village near Zeerust yesterday. What emerged was a strong personality, stern but a devoted family man.
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South African political party, the EFF takes on former president Jacob Zuma in Parliament.
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South African political party, the EFF takes on former president Jacob Zuma in Parliament.

South African political party, the EFF takes on former president Jacob Zuma in Parliament.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) MPs have disrupted Parliament during President Jacob Zuma’s response to the Nkandla saga. Zuma was giving MPs feedback in Parliament on the Nkandla upgrades when EFF MPs started chanting: "Bring back the money." The fracas followed a question by EFF leader Julius Malema to Zuma about when he was going to repay money wasted in security upgrades at his Nkandla home.
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Medical students based in the Northern Cape, say they are ready to provide primary health care to the public.
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Medical students based in the Northern Cape, say they are ready to provide primary health care to the public.

Medical students based in the Northern Cape, say they are ready to provide primary health care to the public.
Ten students arrived in Kimberely, after arriving back in the country following their studies in Cuba, through the Nelson Mandela / Fidel Castro training program.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma paying tribute to Moses Kotane.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma paying tribute to Moses Kotane.

Former South African president Jacob Zuma paying tribute to Moses Kotane.
He talks about the life and times of Moses Kotane.
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The matter is political says Mahumapelo
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The matter is political says Mahumapelo

The matter is political says Mahumapelo
The North West capital, Mahikeng, has been experienced widespread community protests, and now people are calling for the resignation of Premier Supra Mahumapelo. There also appears to be in a lock-down situation this morning. Most entry points to the city are barricaded with rocks and debris and several roads remain closed. To give his say on the situation we have Premier Supra Mahumapelo on the line. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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City of Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has finally tabled his R59-billion budget.
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City of Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has finally tabled his R59-billion budget.

City of Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has finally tabled his R59-billion budget.
It comes after the EFF demanded that water and electricity tariffs be lowered. Opposition parties in the city council have rejected Mashaba's budget twice in the past two weeks, calling it anti-poor.
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Professor Moore looks at events surrounding Zimbabwe rally explosion.
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Professor Moore looks at events surrounding Zimbabwe rally explosion.

Professor Moore looks at events surrounding Zimbabwe rally explosion.
Zimbabwean President, Emmerson Mnangagwa is reported to be safe following an explosion at an election campaign rally in Bulawayo. The Zimbabwe president is not hurt and was evacuated from White City Stadium, where he had been addressing supporters ahead of next month's elections.
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The killings need to stop: Ramaphosa
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The killings need to stop: Ramaphosa

The killings need to stop: Ramaphosa
The ANC top six, led by President Cyril Ramaphosa, is in KwaZulu-Natal following more political killings in the province President Ramaphosa addressing ANC supporters outside the Mchunu home in KwaZulu-Natal. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Ghana's SKA scheduled to launch this week
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Ghana's SKA scheduled to launch this week

Ghana's SKA scheduled to launch this week
Ghana is joining the elite continental radio telescope club. It's Square Kilometre Array is scheduled to be launched later this week. It will be the largest radio telescope ever built. Scientists say it's powerful enough to detect radio waves from objects millions or even billions of light years from Earth. For more news, visit: s
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South African president Cyril Ramaphosa sheds some light on January 8th statement contents.
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South African president Cyril Ramaphosa sheds some light on January 8th statement contents.

South African president Cyril Ramaphosa sheds some light on January 8th statement contents.
He has shed some light on the content of the January 8th statement. Ramaphosa and the other officials visited the home of former president Nelson Mandela at Qunu, outside Mthatha.
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Limpopo, South Africa: Land expropriation public hearings
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Limpopo, South Africa: Land expropriation public hearings

Limpopo, South Africa: Land expropriation public hearings
Hundreds of community members filled a community hall in Mokopane, Limpopo, for parliament's Constitutional Review committee's public hearings on amendments to section 25 of the Constitution. The committee is giving South Africans an opportunity to express their views on whether the section should be changed to allow for the expropriation of land without compensation.
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Capte Town Mayor Patricia de Lille showdown set for Monday 4th June 2018.
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Capte Town Mayor Patricia de Lille showdown set for Monday 4th June 2018.

Capte Town Mayor Patricia de Lille showdown set for Monday 4th June 2018.
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille and the DA will today face off in court as the embattled mayor will challenge the party on their decision about her duties. The City of Cape Town council has agreed to reduce executive mayor Patricia de Lille's role ceremonial.
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Professor David Himbara on South Africa, Ghana relations.
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Professor David Himbara on South Africa, Ghana relations.

Professor David Himbara on South Africa, Ghana relations.
Ghanaian president, Nana Akufo-Addo says he's honoured to have been invited to deliver the Nelson Mandela centenary lecture on the 18th of March, 2018 in Accra, Ghana. Akufo-Addo is visiting the country on a state visit at the invitation of president Cyril Ramaphosa. He shared the news at the media briefing after meeting president Ramaphosa.
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Relationship between the African Natinal Congress and its alliance partners - Somadoda Fikeni
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Relationship between the African Natinal Congress and its alliance partners - Somadoda Fikeni

Relationship between the African Natinal Congress and its alliance partners - Somadoda Fikeni
The ANC and its alliance partners are holding the first political council since the election of President Cyril Ramaphosa as governing party president. The ANC, the South African Communist Party, Cosatu and the South African National Civic Organisation are currently meeting in Johannesburg. On the agenda for the alliance political council is the state of the alliance, strengthening relations among the partners, working to strengthen each component and the state of the economy.
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AFDB shed light on private sector development in Africa
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AFDB shed light on private sector development in Africa

AFDB shed light on private sector development in Africa
11 : 36
United Nations Conference on Girls and Women’s Sexual Health and Rights.
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United Nations Conference on Girls and Women’s Sexual Health and Rights.

United Nations Conference on Girls and Women’s Sexual Health and Rights.
The 8th African Conference on Sexual Health and Rights is being held in Johannesburg . The theme of the conference is - Advancing the Sexual Health and Reproductive Rights of Girls and Women in Africa. Attending the conference is the United Nations, under secretary general, Dr Natalia Kanem.
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Question Time: Grace Mugabe, 17 August 2017
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Question Time: Grace Mugabe, 17 August 2017

Question Time: Grace Mugabe, 17 August 2017
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Neeshan Balton heaps praise on Gordhan for his political beliefs.
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Neeshan Balton heaps praise on Gordhan for his political beliefs.

Neeshan Balton heaps praise on Gordhan for his political beliefs.
2 : 40
South African Broadcasting Corporation News live crossing interrupted by police at Beitbridge.
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South African Broadcasting Corporation News live crossing interrupted by police at Beitbridge.

South African Broadcasting Corporation News live crossing interrupted by police at Beitbridge.
While reporting on live television, a policeman prevented an SABC reporter Mike Maringa and camera operator Vanessa Langa from doing their job.
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Dr Somadoda Fikeni on former South African president Jacob Zuma's case postponement.
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Dr Somadoda Fikeni on former South African president Jacob Zuma's case postponement.

Dr Somadoda Fikeni on former South African president Jacob Zuma's case postponement.
The case against former president Jacob Zuma has been postponed to the 27th of next month. Zuma appeared briefly in the Durban high court this morning.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma's Welcome Home prayer service.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma's Welcome Home prayer service.

Former South African president Jacob Zuma's Welcome Home prayer service.
Community members and faith- based organisation gathered at the Nkandla sports ground for former president, Jacob Zuma's Welcome Home prayer service. The event has been organised by the National Interfaith Council of South Africa.
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Latest Update - Mosque attack in Malmesbury
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Latest Update - Mosque attack in Malmesbury

Latest Update - Mosque attack in Malmesbury
The committee of the Malmesbury Mosque is currently briefing the leadership of the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) about the Malmesbury Mosque attack. The meeting is also being attended by Western Cape, Community Safety Minister, Dan Plato and provincial Local Government Minster, Anton Bredell. One of the Mosque leaders is shattered.
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Ajay Gupta opens up on state capture allegations
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Ajay Gupta opens up on state capture allegations

Ajay Gupta opens up on state capture allegations
Ajay Gupta denies allegations of state capture and says he has never met deputy minister of finance, Mcebisi Jonas.
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American president Donald Trump's victory speech.
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American president Donald Trump's victory speech.

American president Donald Trump's victory speech.
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Nissan Leaf steals the show
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Nissan Leaf steals the show

Nissan Leaf steals the show
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Question Time: Cyber-crimes, 14 October 2015
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Question Time: Cyber-crimes, 14 October 2015

Question Time: Cyber-crimes, 14 October 2015
The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development recently published a draft of the Cyber-crimes and Cyber-security Bill. The Bill is designed to bring South African law into line with international standards. It also includes creating specific offences for internet-related crime. This comes in the wake of reports indicating that South Africa is one of the most targeted countries globally for cyber phishing crime attacks.
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Farmers worried as Clanwilliam Dam Project stalls
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Farmers worried as Clanwilliam Dam Project stalls

Farmers worried as Clanwilliam Dam Project stalls
West Coast farmers fear suspending the Clanwilliam Dam wall project could have devastating effects on the town.
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Counting continues in Zimbabwe election
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Counting continues in Zimbabwe election

Counting continues in Zimbabwe election
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EFF Leader Julius Malema threatens Pan African Parliament
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EFF Leader Julius Malema threatens Pan African Parliament

EFF Leader Julius Malema threatens Pan African Parliament
EFF Leader Julius Malema says if the Pan African Parliament continues with its poor financial management and disregard for benefits for South Africans, he will spearhead an interdict to suspend its funding from South Africa.
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The United Nations and African Union are ready to assist Ethiopia and Eritrea to forge peace.
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The United Nations and African Union are ready to assist Ethiopia and Eritrea to forge peace.

The United Nations and African Union are ready to assist Ethiopia and Eritrea to forge peace.
The historic deal comes as the AU and UN are meeting in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa.
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Letshego Zulu pays tribute to her husband Gugu Zulu.
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Letshego Zulu pays tribute to her husband Gugu Zulu.

Letshego Zulu pays tribute to her husband Gugu Zulu.
Her final words to her late husband.
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Sadia Sukhraj's funeral under way
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Sadia Sukhraj's funeral under way

Sadia Sukhraj's funeral under way
The funeral of nine year old , Sadia Sukhraj, who was fatally shot when her father's car was hijacked in Durban South Africa.
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South African Maskandi musician Sbongiseni Ngubane 'Mjikijelwa' laid to rest.
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South African Maskandi musician Sbongiseni Ngubane 'Mjikijelwa' laid to rest.

South African Maskandi musician Sbongiseni Ngubane 'Mjikijelwa' laid to rest.
Thousands of Maskandi Music supporters have bid farewell to one of the giants of the music genre. Sbongi-seni Ngubane, affectionally known as 'Mjikijelwa' died from a lung infection at 35 years old.
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South Africa's Western Cape water crisis is man made - Prof. Anthony Turton.
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South Africa's Western Cape water crisis is man made - Prof. Anthony Turton.

South Africa's Western Cape water crisis is man made - Prof. Anthony Turton.
Cape Town has ramped up water restrictions, which come into effect from 1 February. This, as the City continues to struggle with a three-year-long drought due to a lack of rains that traditionally filled catchment areas.
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Public safety official surprised by accident.
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Public safety official surprised by accident.

Public safety official surprised by accident.
People in the North West frequently complain about the bad state of the roads. Provincial MP's decided to inspect it and while there, in an ironic twist they witnessed an accident first hand
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Hussein Manack reacts to AB de Villiers retirement
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Hussein Manack reacts to AB de Villiers retirement

Hussein Manack reacts to AB de Villiers retirement
AB de Villiers has retired from all international cricket with immediate effect. The 34-year-old announced the news on his own app on Wednesday, posting a video to his followers. He said the decision was a hard one. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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South African EFF leader Julius Malema addressing his supporters outside the Bloemfontein court
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South African EFF leader Julius Malema addressing his supporters outside the Bloemfontein court

South African EFF leader Julius Malema addressing his supporters outside the Bloemfontein court
27 : 37
EFF's Godrich Gardee on support by Contralesa on land expropriation.
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EFF's Godrich Gardee on support by Contralesa on land expropriation.

EFF's Godrich Gardee on support by Contralesa on land expropriation.
Traditional leaders now say they fully back the EFFs policy of land expropriation without compensation. And the EFF has defended the king from attacks that his rhetoric around the Ingonyama Trust - which is the trust dealing with a vast swathe of land in the KwaZulu-Natal of which he, as trustee, is the caretaker. A joint press conference was held by the EFF and the Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa - Contralesa to discuss we're joined by EFF Secretary-General, Godrich Gardee.
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Frankly Speaking, South African Police Minister Bheki Cele.
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Frankly Speaking, South African Police Minister Bheki Cele.

Frankly Speaking, South African Police Minister Bheki Cele.
Frankly Speaking, Bheki Cele is the guest.
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Question Time: Zambia, 2 June 2015
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Question Time: Zambia, 2 June 2015

Question Time: Zambia, 2 June 2015
The political and socio-economic climate in the Southern African country Zambia, continues to be characterised by a weak economy, falling coal price, as well as deteriorating infrastructure. Economic challenges and unemployment were key campaign priority areas during last year's presidential elections, that saw Patriotic Front's Edgar Lungu elected to replace the late President Michael Sata. The United Party for National Development millonnaire-leader Hakainde Hichilema, lost the vote to President Lungu by just under two percentage points. Mr Hichilema castigated the polls as a sham, alleging irregularities and vote rigging. Meanwhile, Zambia's Young African Leaders Initiative has blamed Mr Hichilema for playing double standards on the issue of Constitutional reforms.
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Prof. Wole Soyinka challenges current world leaders
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Prof. Wole Soyinka challenges current world leaders

Prof. Wole Soyinka challenges current world leaders
Professor Wole Soyinka has posed some fundamental questions about the commitment of current leaders to address the challenges facing the world. Professor Sonyika was addressing the inaugural public lecture themed: Long walk to Mandeland at the University of Johannesburg a short-while ago. For more news, visit: s
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Family leaves for Mama Winnie's body.
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Family leaves for Mama Winnie's body.

Family leaves for Mama Winnie's body.
The body of struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela will return to her Soweto home for the final time today. Her family have asked members of the public to form a guard of honour for Mama Winnie when the casket, carrying her body, makes its way from the Kupane Funeral Parlour to her home in Orlando West.
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South Africa and Nigeria are committed to deepening relations.
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South Africa and Nigeria are committed to deepening relations.

South Africa and Nigeria are committed to deepening relations.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has thanked the people of Nigeria for their help during the struggle against Apartheid. He was addressing the media after his meeting with his Nigerian counter-part Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja. The President is on a working visit to Nigeria. He says the two countries are committed to deepening relations.
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South African scientists discover two fossils of prehistoric amphibians.
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South African scientists discover two fossils of prehistoric amphibians.

South African scientists discover two fossils of prehistoric amphibians.
12 : 45
DA's Lennit Max discusses being an advisor to police minister
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DA's Lennit Max discusses being an advisor to police minister

DA's Lennit Max discusses being an advisor to police minister
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South African EFF leader Julius Malema on Question Time.
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South African EFF leader Julius Malema on Question Time.

South African EFF leader Julius Malema on Question Time.
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Reaction to North West Province.
Premier Mahumapelo's decision to resign.
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Reaction to North West Province. Premier Mahumapelo's decision to resign.

Reaction to North West Province. Premier Mahumapelo's decision to resign.
Premier Supra Mahumapelo has finally bowed to pressure and has offered to resign.
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Knysna Oyster festival did not disappoint
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Knysna Oyster festival did not disappoint

Knysna Oyster festival did not disappoint
This year's annual Knysna Oyster festival did not only focus on Oyster tasting but also on uplifting local entrepreneurs. The festival once again attracted thousands of visitors, many of whom participated in the various sporting events on the go, such as the Big 5 Challenge.
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How do we deal with the carnage on our roads?
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How do we deal with the carnage on our roads?

How do we deal with the carnage on our roads?
8 : 37
Special Assignment - Breaking The Silence, 17 April 2017
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Special Assignment - Breaking The Silence, 17 April 2017

Special Assignment - Breaking The Silence, 17 April 2017
Special Assignment focuses on a pastor who is alleged to have sexually abused young women in his church, some as young as 14 years old. The Hawks are searching for Prophet Timothy Omotoso, the founder of the Jesus Dominion International Church. The crimes are alleged to have been committed across a number of provinces. Omotoso is alleged to have transported the young women from their homes to his plush house in Umhlanga where he allegedly slept with them.
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An electric car that does not require conventional recharging.
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An electric car that does not require conventional recharging.

An electric car that does not require conventional recharging.
A Zimbabwean inventor says he has created a world first, an electric car that does not require conventional recharging. 37 year old Maxwell Chikumbutso hopes this and his other green power inventions will put Zimbabwe on the international technology map.
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June 16, 1976 uprising. South African students relives that day.
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June 16, 1976 uprising. South African students relives that day.

June 16, 1976 uprising. South African students relives that day.
Today our nation commemorates the 38th anniversary of the student's uprising of June 16, 1976. The student-led protests in Soweto - known as the Soweto Uprising - claimed about 23 lives in Soweto alone on the day of the march. The protests began in Soweto schools and spread across the country. The unrest was a response to the introduction of Afrikaans as the medium of instruction. The SABC spoke to some of the students of the class of 1976 who were at the forefront of the students' march.
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Former South African president's son Duduzane Zuma's case postponed.
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Former South African president's son Duduzane Zuma's case postponed.

Former South African president's son Duduzane Zuma's case postponed.
9 : 55
South African police minister, Bheki Cele attends police killings court case
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South African police minister, Bheki Cele attends police killings court case

South African police minister, Bheki Cele attends police killings court case
Since the beginning of the year, at least 26 of the country's police officers have been killed, Of these 11 were off duty.
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Political leaders call for calm in Zimbabwe for its elections.
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Political leaders call for calm in Zimbabwe for its elections.

Political leaders call for calm in Zimbabwe for its elections.
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Prophet Shepherd Bushiri answers on alleged money laundering claims 2
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Prophet Shepherd Bushiri answers on alleged money laundering claims 2

Prophet Shepherd Bushiri answers on alleged money laundering claims 2
Earlier this month, our anchor Palesa Chubisi did a studio interview with Pastor Daniel Phaladi who wrote an article entitled do you want miracle money. The discussion also focused on South Africa and the church - where we made reference to the confirmed investigation by the Hawks crime fighting unit into Prophet Shepherd Bushiri for allegedly transporting an estimated 15-million-Rand out of South Africa to his country of Malawi in his private Jet.
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South Africa's EFF Leader Julius Malema in Cuba for Castro's funeral
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South Africa's EFF Leader Julius Malema in Cuba for Castro's funeral

South Africa's EFF Leader Julius Malema in Cuba for Castro's funeral
Normality has returned to Cuba after nine Day's of mourning for the passing of Former Cuban President Fidel Castro. Castro was buried at his home town Santiago.
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Supra Mahumapelo introducing former South African president Jacob Zuma.
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Supra Mahumapelo introducing former South African president Jacob Zuma.

Supra Mahumapelo introducing former South African president Jacob Zuma.
Former North West Premier, Supra Mahumapelo at Moses Kotane's funeral.
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Former South African president's son Duduzane Zuma granted R100 000 bail.
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Former South African president's son Duduzane Zuma granted R100 000 bail.

Former South African president's son Duduzane Zuma granted R100 000 bail.
Zuma has also surrendered his passport as part of his bail conditions. He faces charges of corruption and attempts to commit corruption.
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Angela Davis delivers the 17th Steve Biko Memorial Lecture in Pretoria, South Africa.
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Angela Davis delivers the 17th Steve Biko Memorial Lecture in Pretoria, South Africa.

Angela Davis delivers the 17th Steve Biko Memorial Lecture in Pretoria, South Africa.
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President Zuma loses his temper towards Malema
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President Zuma loses his temper towards Malema

President Zuma loses his temper towards Malema
President Jacob Zuma responds to Questions for Oral Reply in the National Assembly in Parliament, Cape Town. Among the issues, the President is expected to respond to are questions on the recent G20 Summit in July, as well as on the impact of the Siyahlola Presidential Programme and other monitoring mechanisms on the communities. The state of the country's SOE's is also expected to top the agenda. This against the backdrop of what is happening at ESKOM, SABC, SAA and others State Owned Institutions. For more news, visit: s
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Zolani Mkiva on the CONTRALESA, EFF stance on land expropriation.
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Zolani Mkiva on the CONTRALESA, EFF stance on land expropriation.

Zolani Mkiva on the CONTRALESA, EFF stance on land expropriation.
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Four South Africans aim to be part of the first human expedition to Mars.
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Four South Africans aim to be part of the first human expedition to Mars.

Four South Africans aim to be part of the first human expedition to Mars.
The Mars expedition to go where no man has ever gone before and never return. The first human expedition to Mars is set to depart in ten years. Four South Africans are among the candidates
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The chief of the European Union Election Observer mission to Zimbabwe has described the July 30 poll as a critical test of Zimbabwe's reform process.
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The chief of the European Union Election Observer mission to Zimbabwe has described the July 30 poll as a critical test of Zimbabwe's reform process.

The chief of the European Union Election Observer mission to Zimbabwe has described the July 30 poll as a critical test of Zimbabwe's reform process.
The mission has already deployed 10 analysts and forty-four long term observers across Zimbabwe. Elmar Brok concluded his first visit to Harare after he met with President Emmerson Mnangagwa, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission Chairperson, political parties including some candidates and civil society. He underscored the need for transparency and inclusivity in the entire election process.
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The City of Cape Town's full council meeting has reduced Mayor Patricia de Lille's powers to only ceremonial.
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The City of Cape Town's full council meeting has reduced Mayor Patricia de Lille's powers to only ceremonial.

The City of Cape Town's full council meeting has reduced Mayor Patricia de Lille's powers to only ceremonial.
100 and 37 voted in favour of the move, while 50 voted against it. There were two abstentions. An item to debate the executive mayor's power saw DA councillors making it clear yet again that they want to strip de Lille of all her powers. This comes after the High Court ruling that deLille will remain in her position as executive mayor pending the court sitting next week.
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Former South African president Mandela: State of the Nation address, 5 February 1999
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Former South African president Mandela: State of the Nation address, 5 February 1999

Former South African president Mandela: State of the Nation address, 5 February 1999
ADDRESS BY PRESIDENT NELSON MANDELA AT THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT, 5 February 1999
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Former Mineral Resources minister Susan Shabangu - has denied Cyril Ramaphosa influenced her into seeing the 2012 Marikana strike as a criminal issue.
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Former Mineral Resources minister Susan Shabangu - has denied Cyril Ramaphosa influenced her into seeing the 2012 Marikana strike as a criminal issue.

Former Mineral Resources minister Susan Shabangu - has denied Cyril Ramaphosa influenced her into seeing the 2012 Marikana strike as a criminal issue.
Shabangu testified at the commission of inquiry, that she was waiting to discuss the matter with President Jacob Zuma first. At the time of the unrest, Ramaphosa was a non executive Lonmin director.
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Springboks to play Wales in Washington DC
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Springboks to play Wales in Washington DC

Springboks to play Wales in Washington DC
The South African Rugby Union has announced that the Springboks will play Wales on the second of June in Washington DC. The match will be played at the Robert F Kennedy Stadium in the US capital. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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First SA black researcher to co-chair a study by ICMI, Prof. Mamokgethi Phakeng
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First SA black researcher to co-chair a study by ICMI, Prof. Mamokgethi Phakeng

First SA black researcher to co-chair a study by ICMI, Prof. Mamokgethi Phakeng
On the 1st of July, the top-rated university in Africa will have a new Vice Chancellor. Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng will be only the second woman to fill that post at the University of Cape Town. She replaces Dr. Max Price, who has held the position since 2008. Her appointment comes as higher education in general and her institution, in particular, grapples with transformation and the need to advance divergent critical knowledge systems. They don't come better qualified than the VC Elect who holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics Education and whose long list of achievements includes becoming the first South African black researcher to be appointed to co-chair a study commissioned by the International Commission on Mathematical Instruction. She joins now from our Cape Town studios For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Former South African President Thabo Mbeki says Fidel Castro was committed to South Africa's liberation.
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Former South African President Thabo Mbeki says Fidel Castro was committed to South Africa's liberation.

Former South African President Thabo Mbeki says Fidel Castro was committed to South Africa's liberation.
Mbeki says Castro even advised the then African National Congress President OR Tambo on the challenges they are likely to face in implementing the Freedom Charter.
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Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh on his book Democracy and Delusion.
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Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh on his book Democracy and Delusion.

Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh on his book Democracy and Delusion.
Democracy and Delusion, 10 myths in South African politics and the accompanying rap album raise socio-political questions that Sizwe says he wants to use, to take South Africans out of their chronic complacency.
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South African president Cyril Ramaphosa hosts Ghana's President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo
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South African president Cyril Ramaphosa hosts Ghana's President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo

South African president Cyril Ramaphosa hosts Ghana's President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo
President Cyril Ramaphosa hosted his Ghanaian counterpart, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in Pretoria, South Africa.
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South African famous church ZCC's Bishop E. Lekganyane urges tolerance to thousands in Moria.
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South African famous church ZCC's Bishop E. Lekganyane urges tolerance to thousands in Moria.

South African famous church ZCC's Bishop E. Lekganyane urges tolerance to thousands in Moria.
Thousands flocked to Moria outside Polokwane in Limpopo for the traditional Easter pilgrimage, Among them political leaders.
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South Africa's EFF Chair Dali Mpofu responds to 'Indian' racism remarks.
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South Africa's EFF Chair Dali Mpofu responds to 'Indian' racism remarks.

South Africa's EFF Chair Dali Mpofu responds to 'Indian' racism remarks.
The EFF has been slammed for its comments about race - but the party is fighting back. Recently EFF leader, Julius Malema, said that the majority of Indians 'hate Africans' and are 'racists.' He said the same thing applied to some of the what he called coloured brothers who saw themselves as more white than black.
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South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayardit and his former deputy Riek Machar agree to a power sharing deal.
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South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayardit and his former deputy Riek Machar agree to a power sharing deal.

South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayardit and his former deputy Riek Machar agree to a power sharing deal.
This is an agreement which has raised hopes for the peace process. The deal involves re-instating Riek Machar as Vice president of South.
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Nine arrested in Ethiopia grenade attack
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Nine arrested in Ethiopia grenade attack

Nine arrested in Ethiopia grenade attack
To Ethiopia now, where Nine people, including the deputy commissioner of the Addis Ababa Police Commission have been arrested. According to state-run TV, the deputy commissioner is being investigated for shortcomings in security. This after a grenade attack in Addis Ababa injured over 150 people and killed one. The blast happened during a demonstration in honour of the new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. Coletta Wanjohi reports from Addis Ababa. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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The Big Debate (ep. 1, Feb 17): Does Land Reform Threaten Our Future?
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The Big Debate (ep. 1, Feb 17): Does Land Reform Threaten Our Future?

The Big Debate (ep. 1, Feb 17): Does Land Reform Threaten Our Future?
What will happen if South Africans occupy land by force? Are we heading for our Zimbabwe moment? K
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The Philippines might follow Russia and withdraw from the ICC
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The Philippines might follow Russia and withdraw from the ICC

The Philippines might follow Russia and withdraw from the ICC
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte says he might follow Russia and withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC), citing criticism from Western nations for a rash of killings unleashed by his war on drugs.
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EFF Leader, Julius Malema pays tribute to Mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela
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EFF Leader, Julius Malema pays tribute to Mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

EFF Leader, Julius Malema pays tribute to Mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela
His last words to the world icon
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Robert Marawa returns to the South African Broadcasting Corporation.
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Robert Marawa returns to the South African Broadcasting Corporation.

Robert Marawa returns to the South African Broadcasting Corporation.
A big announcement was just made today here at the SABC. To hear more We Are joined by our Chief Operations Officer Chris Maroleng and Robert Marawa.
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Hat-trick hero Cristiano Ronaldo denies Spain in six-goal thriller
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Hat-trick hero Cristiano Ronaldo denies Spain in six-goal thriller

Hat-trick hero Cristiano Ronaldo denies Spain in six-goal thriller
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick to rescue a point for Portugal against Spain as the World Cup in Russia came alive with a six-goal thriller.
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Prophet Bushiri, Pastor Mboro speak to SABC News
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Prophet Bushiri, Pastor Mboro speak to SABC News

Prophet Bushiri, Pastor Mboro speak to SABC News
Following their well known public spats, charismatic Christian pastors, Prophet Bushiri and Prophet Mboro have decided to bury the hatchet. Deciding to put the past behind them, they have committed to working together to ensure that they spread the gospel without any personal animosity between them. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Supra Mahumapelo retires as North West premier.
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Supra Mahumapelo retires as North West premier.

Supra Mahumapelo retires as North West premier.
Supra Mahumapelo retires as North West premier after many investigations against him.
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South Africa and South Sudan sign military defence agreement.
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South Africa and South Sudan sign military defence agreement.

South Africa and South Sudan sign military defence agreement.
The agreement will see the armies of the two countries conduct joint military exercises, training as well as training and capacity building.
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Cricket Australia investigate Smith ball-tampering scandal.
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Cricket Australia investigate Smith ball-tampering scandal.

Cricket Australia investigate Smith ball-tampering scandal.
Cricket Australia says Steve Smith will remain captain while they investigate the ball-tampering scandal during the third Test against South Africa at Newlands in Cape Town. There have been calls for Smith to step down or be sacked over the premeditated plan hatched during the lunch break on day three.
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Zambia is reaping the benefits of Zimbabwean farmers
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Zambia is reaping the benefits of Zimbabwean farmers

Zambia is reaping the benefits of Zimbabwean farmers
Zambian authorities say their numbers have almost doubled the population of commercial farmers from 400 to 750. While Zimbabwe will need to import grain this season, Zambia's fortunes have been reversed.
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The Caribbean state of Haiti will officially become a full member of the African Union
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The Caribbean state of Haiti will officially become a full member of the African Union

The Caribbean state of Haiti will officially become a full member of the African Union
It will be the first time any nation with no geographic connection to the continent of Africa to join the AU.
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Sprinter Clarence Munyai breaks South African men's 200 metres record
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Sprinter Clarence Munyai breaks South African men's 200 metres record

Sprinter Clarence Munyai breaks South African men's 200 metres record
He beat the previous record held by world 400 metres record holder, Wayde van Niekerk, by point-one-five seconds. In doing so, he has also become the tenth fastest man ever over 200 metres in the world.
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Felicia-Mabuza-Suttle remembers mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela
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Felicia-Mabuza-Suttle remembers mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

Felicia-Mabuza-Suttle remembers mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela
The body of struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela returned to her Soweto home for the final time.
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Zimbabwe opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa says no election in Zimbabwe until electoral reforms.
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Zimbabwe opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa says no election in Zimbabwe until electoral reforms.

Zimbabwe opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa says no election in Zimbabwe until electoral reforms.
He addressed thousands in Harare after delivering a petition to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission. The march was also supported by the National Patriotic Front of former President Robert Mugabe loyalists, who maintain he is democratic.
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South African colonial statues debate with Vuyo Mvoko.
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South African colonial statues debate with Vuyo Mvoko.

South African colonial statues debate with Vuyo Mvoko.
A political debate on which statues should be kept or destroyed post apartheid in South Africa.
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Zimbabwe opens a $30 million beverages plant.
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Zimbabwe opens a $30 million beverages plant.

Zimbabwe opens a $30 million beverages plant.
Zimbabwe's President, Emmerson Mnagagwa believes efforts to rebuild the country's economy and turn it into a middle class economy by 2030 are already underway and taking shape. Varun Beverages Limited, an Indian firm, which makes Pepsi products, intends to invest more in the country and diversify beyond beverages.
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SA medical students back from Cuba
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SA medical students back from Cuba

SA medical students back from Cuba
Last week Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, accompanied by Deputy Minister of Health, Dr Joe Phaahla and Gauteng MEC of Health Dr Gwen Ramokgopa welcomed back Cuban-trained medical students who are returning into the country. The 260 fifth-year medical students returned for their final sixth-year studies and reintegration into the South African health system. The training of the students is one of the national strategies developed by the ministry to strengthen the public health sector. Melody Makgalemane and Matsobane Molomo are here with us to talk about their experience. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Former South African President Nelson Mandela, walking out of prison with his then wife Winnie-Madikizela Mandela.
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Former South African President Nelson Mandela, walking out of prison with his then wife Winnie-Madikizela Mandela.

Former South African President Nelson Mandela, walking out of prison with his then wife Winnie-Madikizela Mandela.
Nelson Mandela served over 27 years in prison, initially on Robben Island, and later in Pollsmoor Prison and Victor Verster Prison. He was released from prison on Feb. 11, 1990.
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Excitement as Black Panther film hits South African screens.
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Excitement as Black Panther film hits South African screens.

Excitement as Black Panther film hits South African screens.
It's fusion with the futuristic and the African has sparked conversations everywhere.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma 
co-hosts a show in Ukhozi FM.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma co-hosts a show in Ukhozi FM.

Former South African president Jacob Zuma co-hosts a show in Ukhozi FM.
He co-hosted Sigiya Ngengoma on Ukhozi FM Live.
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South African Karate team prepares for Swedento participate in the Kimura Shukokai International World Championships.
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South African Karate team prepares for Swedento participate in the Kimura Shukokai International World Championships.

South African Karate team prepares for Swedento participate in the Kimura Shukokai International World Championships.
As defending champions with the highest medal count, the team of over 100, hope to regain their title.
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South African EFF Leader Julius Malema on femicide, drugs, land and 2019 Elections.
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South African EFF Leader Julius Malema on femicide, drugs, land and 2019 Elections.

South African EFF Leader Julius Malema on femicide, drugs, land and 2019 Elections.
EFF Commander in Chief Julius Malema addresses a rally at Jubilee Park in the Tshwane CBD under the theme Africa we are one.
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South Africa: Chatsworth community members remain outraged following Sukhraj incident.
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South Africa: Chatsworth community members remain outraged following Sukhraj incident.

South Africa: Chatsworth community members remain outraged following Sukhraj incident.
Sardia was wounded in a shootout between her father and three hijackers outside their home. She later succumbed to her injuries. Thousands of mourners attended a funeral service for the grade four pupil today. One of the three accomplices was killed, one arrested and the other fled the scene.
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Duduzane Zuma returns to court today
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Duduzane Zuma returns to court today

Duduzane Zuma returns to court today
Duduzane Zuma is returning to court today on two counts of culpable homicide and an alternative charge of negligent driving. They relate to a 2014 collision with a taxi, which resulted in the deaths of Phumzile Dube and Nanki Mashaba. The National Prosecuting Authority is expected to ask the Randburg Magistrate's court for a postponement in the matter. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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SABC catches up with Miss SA 2018 finalists
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SABC catches up with Miss SA 2018 finalists

SABC catches up with Miss SA 2018 finalists
As we count down hours before the crowning of Miss SA 2018, we took some time out during the week to chat to our top 12 finalist, and former pageant winners, on what it takes to be a Miss SA and of course the evolution of this contest as its celebrating 60 years. This is how it went. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg apologises for misuse of data.
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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg apologises for misuse of data.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg apologises for misuse of data.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has apologised at the European Parliament for allowing the misuse of data highlighted by the Cambridge Analytica scandal. But his hearing in Brussels has been criticised for allowing him to generalise his answers to probing questions.
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Thato Molosankwe to begin his 24 000 kilometre walk against abuse.
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Thato Molosankwe to begin his 24 000 kilometre walk against abuse.

Thato Molosankwe to begin his 24 000 kilometre walk against abuse.
Not many people would gladly walk over five thousand kilometres across the country for a good cause. But, Thato Molosankwe from the North West is doing just that on Mandela Day, he will begin his 24 thousand kilometre walk against abuse.
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Barclays Africa Group officially renamed - Maria Ramos explains
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Barclays Africa Group officially renamed - Maria Ramos explains

Barclays Africa Group officially renamed - Maria Ramos explains
Barclays Africa Group Limited has been officially been renamed Absa Group Limited. It's started trading under its new name and share code ABG on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
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baphi na abantu- cutting edge 20-09-2012
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baphi na abantu- cutting edge 20-09-2012

baphi na abantu- cutting edge 20-09-2012
baphi na abantu- cutting edge 20-09-2012
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CONTROVERSY AROUND BRENDA FASSIE’S BIOPIC
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CONTROVERSY AROUND BRENDA FASSIE’S BIOPIC

CONTROVERSY AROUND BRENDA FASSIE’S BIOPIC
Long-time music producer Chicco Twala says he can't be excluded from the making of a movie about the life of late pop icon Brenda Fassie.
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NEWSROOM BOOK: Our story
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NEWSROOM BOOK: Our story

NEWSROOM BOOK: Our story
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Road accidents over heritage weekend
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Road accidents over heritage weekend

Road accidents over heritage weekend
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Sophie Mokoena in conversation with former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe
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Sophie Mokoena in conversation with former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe

Sophie Mokoena in conversation with former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe
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Makhozi Khoza speaks out following her axing from the African National Congress.
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Makhozi Khoza speaks out following her axing from the African National Congress.

Makhozi Khoza speaks out following her axing from the African National Congress.
The ANC has fired its out-spoken MP Makhosi Khoza as chair of Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Public Service and Administration with immediate effect. The party's chief whip office says her removal arises from her continued attacks on the ANC leadership. The ANC says Khoza remains an MP pending the outcome of disciplinary action against her.
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SABC TV Live Stream Coverage:Former South African president Thabo Mbeki's memorial speech
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SABC TV Live Stream Coverage:Former South African president Thabo Mbeki's memorial speech

SABC TV Live Stream Coverage:Former South African president Thabo Mbeki's memorial speech
Former South African president Thabo Mbeki's memorial speech for Nelson Mandela in Rosebank, Johannesburg.
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Cyril Ramaphosa's birthday message to Winnie
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Cyril Ramaphosa's birthday message to Winnie

Cyril Ramaphosa's birthday message to Winnie
The Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Wednesday addressed the function in Cape Town, in honour of the former wife of the late statesman Nelson Mandela. For more news, visit: s
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South African EFF leader, Julius Malema reacts to SONA 2014 in parliament.
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South African EFF leader, Julius Malema reacts to SONA 2014 in parliament.

South African EFF leader, Julius Malema reacts to SONA 2014 in parliament.
Political parties from the NCOP and the National Assembly debate former president Jacob Zuma's state-of-the-nation.
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The Special Investigating Unit recovered R4 billion from state institutions
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The Special Investigating Unit recovered R4 billion from state institutions

The Special Investigating Unit recovered R4 billion from state institutions
The Special Investigating Unit says it recovered four billion rand in maladministration and corruption at state institutions in the last financial year. The Investigative body says it also identified 15 corruption vulnerable sectors which include Health and Construction.
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INTERVIEW: Zimbabwe president Mnangagwa speaks out after the rally explosion.
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INTERVIEW: Zimbabwe president Mnangagwa speaks out after the rally explosion.

INTERVIEW: Zimbabwe president Mnangagwa speaks out after the rally explosion.
INTERVIEW WITH ZIMBABWEAN PRESIDENT, EMMERSON MNANGAGWA FOLLOWING EXPLOSION AT POLITICAL RALLY IN BULAWAYO CITY / MNANGAGWA DETAILING WHO WAS HURT IN THE EXPLOSION AND SAYING THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN IS GOING WELL. MNANGAGWA SAYS "People outside Bulawayo, outside Bulawayo I can assure you. These are my normal enemies and the attempts have been so many. This is not the first attempt on my life. It doesn't affect me. It's normal. I am used to these attempts. Six times, my house was broken in. (Inaudible) was put in my offices to threaten me so many times, so I will continue."
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Cutting Edge, 30 August 2012
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Cutting Edge, 30 August 2012

Cutting Edge, 30 August 2012
While South Africa is regarded as a free country but there are townships, in the Western Cape, where children do not play in the street any more. On the other side some people feel that they are left at the mercy of the gangs when they go to work everyday.
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Auditor General Kimi Makwetu on Government's cancellation of audit contracts with KPMG, Nkonki Inc
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Auditor General Kimi Makwetu on Government's cancellation of audit contracts with KPMG, Nkonki Inc

Auditor General Kimi Makwetu on Government's cancellation of audit contracts with KPMG, Nkonki Inc
Auditor General Kimi Makwetu Auditor has announced his office's decision to terminate, with immediate effect, the government's auditing contracts with KPMG and Nkonki Inc citing risks to the reputation of his office. KPMG South Africa said two of its partners have resigned after facing disciplinary charges over failure to disclose financial interests in connection to VBS Mutual Bank, which was placed under curatorship. Meanwhile the Chief Executive Officer of Nkonki resigned too as a result of damaging allegations published in the media regarding his relationship with Gupta linked entities.
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Eskom employees picket.
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Eskom employees picket.

Eskom employees picket.
Eskom spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe says roads are being barricaded by protesters around at least six power stations as well as Eskom regional offices. This comes as workers affiliated to Num and Numsa protest against Eskom's failure to grant a pay increase this year.
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3 life sentences handed down to Henri van Breda
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3 life sentences handed down to Henri van Breda

3 life sentences handed down to Henri van Breda
For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Zuma told ANC top six if he is fired, party will lose 2019 elections: Malema
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Zuma told ANC top six if he is fired, party will lose 2019 elections: Malema

Zuma told ANC top six if he is fired, party will lose 2019 elections: Malema
EFF leader Julius Malema says Jacob Zuma told ANC top six on Sunday that if they fire him they will lose the 2019 election. For more news, visit: s
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South Africa's electricity company, Eskom offers 0% wage increase, workers demand 15%
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South Africa's electricity company, Eskom offers 0% wage increase, workers demand 15%

South Africa's electricity company, Eskom offers 0% wage increase, workers demand 15%
Eskom workers are demanding a 15 % wage increase and are threatening to strike of their needs are not met. The unions representing Eskom workers and the power utility have reached a dead end in their wage negotiations. Eskom has stated that there will be a 0 % increase this year. Sikonathi Mantshantsha, the deputy editor of the Financial Mail, has said that in order for the power utility to survive it needs to cut 33 % of its workforce who were unnecessarily employed over the last couple of years and that wage increments should be frozen.
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South African President Ramaphosa in Nigeria for bilateral talks.
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South African President Ramaphosa in Nigeria for bilateral talks.

South African President Ramaphosa in Nigeria for bilateral talks.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is in Nigeria for talks with his counterpart Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja.
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Former South African President Jacob Zuma jokes about Nkandla in Parliament.
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Former South African President Jacob Zuma jokes about Nkandla in Parliament.

Former South African President Jacob Zuma jokes about Nkandla in Parliament.
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South Sudan turns seven
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South Sudan turns seven

South Sudan turns seven
The country has however been engulfed in a long-running civil conflict. The United Nations has issued grim statistics indicating that out of 3.4 million babies born in the country since its independence in 2011, 2.6 million have been born in war. More than 2 Million children are out of school and an estimated 19,000 of them continue to serve as fighters, cooks, porters, and messengers and to suffer sexual abuse - up from 500 when conflict first broke out in 2013. President Salva Kiir and his former deputy Riek Machar agreed to a permanent ceasefire and this past weekend an agreement on security drew the country closer to a power-sharing deal and raised hopes of an end to the five-year conflict that has devastated the World's youngest country.
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Durban July fever hits KZN
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Durban July fever hits KZN

Durban July fever hits KZN
The Vodacom Durban July is expected to inject about 150 million rand into the local economy. The city has rolled out the red carpet for fifty thousand expected visitors. But it hasn't been all smooth sailing in terms of the preparations for the country's premier horse racing event. Earlier this week, a possible strike had to be averted, when grooms at the Summerveld horse racing centre, who are already striking over a wage dispute, threatened to take their demands to the Durban July. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Former President Jacob Zuma's warning to his critics raises concerns.
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Former President Jacob Zuma's warning to his critics raises concerns.

Former President Jacob Zuma's warning to his critics raises concerns.
Zuma's reaction may escalate tensions within the ANC and its allies. But University of South Africa's Professor Lesiba Teffo says the ANC should be worried that Zuma uttered these words in Kwazulu Natal - a province already plagued by killings.
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Global citizen festival in South Africa.
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Global citizen festival in South Africa.

Global citizen festival in South Africa.
To be hosted in Africa for the very first time, The Global Citizen Festival will celebrate the centenary year of former President Nelson Mandela on the 2nd of December and honour his legacy in the fight to end extreme poverty. Global Citizen is a movement where individuals are using their collective voices to end extreme poverty by 2030. International supermodel Naomi Campbell and Co-founder of Global Citizen, Hugh Evans join us to tell us a little more about the event and their involvement in it
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The 100 men march took place in Pretoria
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The 100 men march took place in Pretoria

The 100 men march took place in Pretoria
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Richard Mabaso on the Trek4Mandela campaign
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Richard Mabaso on the Trek4Mandela campaign

Richard Mabaso on the Trek4Mandela campaign
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Patrick Davidson joins the Red Bull Challenger Series
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Patrick Davidson joins the Red Bull Challenger Series

Patrick Davidson joins the Red Bull Challenger Series
Patrick Davidson an aerobatic flying Ace from PE and five time South African Champions is taking things to a new level – he is set to race in the Red Bull Challenger series in Cannes, France in April 2018. He stopped by at the SABC to have a quick chat… For more news, visit: s
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Carnage on the road over heritage weekend
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Carnage on the road over heritage weekend

Carnage on the road over heritage weekend
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Launch of the MeerKAT celebrated
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Launch of the MeerKAT celebrated

Launch of the MeerKAT celebrated
Scientists attached to the Square Kilometre Array Project, have celebrated the launch of the MeerKAT - the precursor to the SKA. They have released the clearest image yet of the centre of the universe.
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Dj Arch junior on SABC Kids News
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Dj Arch junior on SABC Kids News

Dj Arch junior on SABC Kids News
Kids News caught with South Africa’s youngest DJ, DJ ARCH. His father tells us more about this young man’s journey into becoming one of the most famous 3 year olds in our country.
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Zimbabwe's former president Mugabe lashed out at war veterans
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Zimbabwe's former president Mugabe lashed out at war veterans

Zimbabwe's former president Mugabe lashed out at war veterans
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South African icon Winnie Mandela's exclusive full interview with the SABC.
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South African icon Winnie Mandela's exclusive full interview with the SABC.

South African icon Winnie Mandela's exclusive full interview with the SABC.
Winnie Mandela exclusive full interview with SABC's Sophie Mokoena And Mahlatse Gallens
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RealTalk: Decolonisation decoded. The on-going Fees Must Fall protests have re-ignited an even deeper debate in South Africa - around the issue of decolonisation.
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RealTalk: Decolonisation decoded. The on-going Fees Must Fall protests have re-ignited an even deeper debate in South Africa - around the issue of decolonisation.

RealTalk: Decolonisation decoded. The on-going Fees Must Fall protests have re-ignited an even deeper debate in South Africa - around the issue of decolonisation.
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Question Time: SABC financial constraints, 26 July 2017
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Question Time: SABC financial constraints, 26 July 2017

Question Time: SABC financial constraints, 26 July 2017
The Interim Board of the SABC is navigating financial constraints, with freelance workers reported to be uncertain about their future. Amid all this though, a lot is happened at leadership level.
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Zimbabwe election 2018 analysis
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Zimbabwe election 2018 analysis

Zimbabwe election 2018 analysis
As vote counting continues in Zimbabwe, credibility issues continue to be watched with a close eye. International observers have been criss-crossing the country to check there was no vote-rigging in yesterday's election. The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has reported a 75 per cent turnout, and expects to release the results on Saturday.
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Advocate Thuli Madonsela - the mother she is
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Advocate Thuli Madonsela - the mother she is

Advocate Thuli Madonsela - the mother she is
Between siblings there is an unspoken understanding that the most prized relationship, which is with our mothers, is not exclusive to each of us. But what if that special woman serves her community and has to be shared beyond the home or household?! Better yet, what if your mother serves her country?! Our next guest understands all too well what it means to share her mother with the rest of the country but instead of seeing that as a problem, Wenzile Madonsela has used her mother's role as inspiration and is somewhat following in her footsteps. Currently studying law and actively participating in politics, she was a mother's reflection we couldn't resist to highlight this Mothers Day. Public Protector, Advocate Thuli Madonsela is the mother in question. For more News visit: s
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Two Walter Sisulu municipality Councillors charged with fraud and corruption for selling an RDP house.
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Two Walter Sisulu municipality Councillors charged with fraud and corruption for selling an RDP house.

Two Walter Sisulu municipality Councillors charged with fraud and corruption for selling an RDP house.
The Eastern Cape Department of Human Settlements says the sale of RDP makes their attempts to eradicate the housing backlog difficult as the owners go back to shacks after selling their houses.
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South African president Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the Afrikanerbond centenary celebrations.
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South African president Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the Afrikanerbond centenary celebrations.

South African president Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the Afrikanerbond centenary celebrations.
The Afrikanerbond - previously known as the Afrikaner Broederbond - was established on the 5th Jun 1918 to look after the economic and cultural interest of Afrikaners. The Presidency says his attendance is an opportunity to engage the Afrikanerbond openly about his vision for the country.
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Ephert Musekiwa updates on safety of ZANU-PF leaders after blast
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Ephert Musekiwa updates on safety of ZANU-PF leaders after blast

Ephert Musekiwa updates on safety of ZANU-PF leaders after blast
Zimbabwean President, Emmerson Mnangagwa is reported to be safe following an explosion at an election campaign rally in Bulawayo. The Zimbabwe president is not hurt and has been evacuated from White City Stadium, where he had been addressing supporters ahead of next month's elections.
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Kaizer Chiefs beefs sqaud with new players: Velile Mbuli
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Kaizer Chiefs beefs sqaud with new players: Velile Mbuli

Kaizer Chiefs beefs sqaud with new players: Velile Mbuli
Kaizer Chiefs who have been dragging their heels in appointing a new head coach, have significantly beefed up their squad ahead of the new football season. The club has announced the signing of three new players -- headlined by Zimbabwean midfielder Khama Billiat. He joins from Mamelodi Sundowns, despite initial rumours linking him to a move overseas. It's believed the three year deal he was offered by Chiefs was too good to turn down. Buya Msuthu FC's, Letlhogonolo Mirwa, and Andriamirado Andrianarimanana who played for Fosa Juniors FC in Madagascar, have also penned deal with the Soweto giants. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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The African National Congress announces new North West premier
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The African National Congress announces new North West premier

The African National Congress announces new North West premier
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SABC remembers Vuyo Mbuli's special moments.........
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SABC remembers Vuyo Mbuli's special moments.........

SABC remembers Vuyo Mbuli's special moments.........
Vuyo Mbuli's memorable broadcasts highlighted by SABC.
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Special Assignment: Young Lives Wrong Turns, 31 January 2016
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Special Assignment: Young Lives Wrong Turns, 31 January 2016

Special Assignment: Young Lives Wrong Turns, 31 January 2016
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Jub Jub performs Ke Kopa Tshwarelo on Morning Live
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Jub Jub performs Ke Kopa Tshwarelo on Morning Live

Jub Jub performs Ke Kopa Tshwarelo on Morning Live
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South African political party, the Economic Freedom Fighter's anti-indian comments stand: Godrich Gardee
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South African political party, the Economic Freedom Fighter's anti-indian comments stand: Godrich Gardee

South African political party, the Economic Freedom Fighter's anti-indian comments stand: Godrich Gardee
EFF leader Julius Malema is in hot water again following his anti-Indian remarks at the weekend. Malema's accused Indians of racism, exploiting Africans and monopolising the economy. The comments have angered the Indian community and have attracted widespread criticism. One organisation has already laid a charge of crimen injuria and is taking the matter up with the Equality court.
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Prophet Timothy Omotoso still on the run
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Prophet Timothy Omotoso still on the run

Prophet Timothy Omotoso still on the run
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Cutting Edge: 19 February 2017
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Cutting Edge: 19 February 2017

Cutting Edge: 19 February 2017
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Wrap up of Kenya re-election day 1
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Wrap up of Kenya re-election day 1

Wrap up of Kenya re-election day 1
At least three people have been killed in violence marring Kenya's presidential election rerun. President Uhuru Kenyatta won the disputed August election but the Supreme Court ordered a re-run, citing irregularities. The main opposition party leader Raila Odinga called for a boycott. The electoral commission has postponed voting in four counties to Saturday following insecurity in the areas.
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Fokus, 26 February 2017
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Fokus, 26 February 2017

Fokus, 26 February 2017
In Fokus ondersoek ons die waterkrisis in die Stad Kaapstad en omliggende gebiede en ons stel jou voor aan tweelingbroers wat presteer.
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Africa Day - The University of Fort Hare
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Africa Day - The University of Fort Hare

Africa Day - The University of Fort Hare
Africa Day is being celebrated across the continent today. The University of Fort Hare, in Alice in the Eastern Cape, has in its 102 years of existence, produced top African scholars and philosophers. They went on to challenge colonialism and the systematic oppression of Africans. It also played a key role towards the emancipation of Africans. As we mark Africa Day, our reporter, Unathi Binqose visited this institution. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Fashionistas battled it out at the Vodacom Durban July 2018
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Fashionistas battled it out at the Vodacom Durban July 2018

Fashionistas battled it out at the Vodacom Durban July 2018
Thousands of people converged in Durban for one of Africa's Greatest Horse Racing events. 2018's Vodacom July theme is "It is time..." Mlungisi Khumalo reports.... For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Judge Siraj Desai has found Henri van Breda guilty on all three counts of murder - of his parents and brother - as well as the attempted murder of his sister.
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Judge Siraj Desai has found Henri van Breda guilty on all three counts of murder - of his parents and brother - as well as the attempted murder of his sister.

Judge Siraj Desai has found Henri van Breda guilty on all three counts of murder - of his parents and brother - as well as the attempted murder of his sister.
Van Breda has also been found guilty of a fifth charge of obstruction of justice by the High Court in Cape Town.
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In conversation with Police Minister Bheki Cele.
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In conversation with Police Minister Bheki Cele.

In conversation with Police Minister Bheki Cele.
Last Friday the Minister of Police, Bheki Cele, gave an update of his department's work to date, announcing that all senior strategic positions in the department have been filled, including the position of the Head of the Directorate of Priority Crimes Investigations (Hawks). Lt Godfrey Lebeya is now the new head of the Hawks taking over from Yolisa Matakata who has been the acting head.
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Leader of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) and presidential candidate Tendai Biti fears Zimbabwe elections will not be free and fair.
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Leader of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) and presidential candidate Tendai Biti fears Zimbabwe elections will not be free and fair.

Leader of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) and presidential candidate Tendai Biti fears Zimbabwe elections will not be free and fair.
Saturday's explosion at a rally in Bulawayo which narrowly missed Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnanganwa is a reminder of the many unanswered questions relating to Zimbabwe's current politics. This is according to the leader of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) and presidential candidate Tendai Biti.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma speech at the funeral of late struggle veteran Riot Mkhwanazi.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma speech at the funeral of late struggle veteran Riot Mkhwanazi.

Former South African president Jacob Zuma speech at the funeral of late struggle veteran Riot Mkhwanazi.
The late struggle veteran Riot Mkhwanazi will be laid to rest on Sunday. A funeral service was held at Kwa-Dlangezwa in Kwazulu-natal.
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Ronald Lamola on Ingonyama Trust land issue
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Ronald Lamola on Ingonyama Trust land issue

Ronald Lamola on Ingonyama Trust land issue
Thousands of people descended on Ulundi in Kwa-Zulu Natal in response to an Imbizo or gathering called by Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini.
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United States president Donald Trump rejects G7 Summit statement, goes on an offensive on Trudeau.
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United States president Donald Trump rejects G7 Summit statement, goes on an offensive on Trudeau.

United States president Donald Trump rejects G7 Summit statement, goes on an offensive on Trudeau.
The G7 summit in Quebec has ended in disarray after US president Donald Trump retracted his endorsement of the final communique. In a series of tweets, Trump said his decision was based on what he called false statements by the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
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Suspicious devices found at Durban shopping malls cause a serious concern.
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Suspicious devices found at Durban shopping malls cause a serious concern.

Suspicious devices found at Durban shopping malls cause a serious concern.
Security experts say the spate of suspicious devices that have been found in shopping malls and public places in Durban over the past few days, is a cause for serious concern. At least five such devices have been found - the first three at branches of Woolworths in shopping malls. Vusi Khumalo reports.
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South Africans killed in France during the First World War honoured.
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South Africans killed in France during the First World War honoured.

South Africans killed in France during the First World War honoured.
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Grounding SA Express: Simon Segwabe
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Grounding SA Express: Simon Segwabe

Grounding SA Express: Simon Segwabe
SA Express, which had gained popularity recently for very cheap flights to various destinations in the country, is no more. The South African Civil Authority grounded the airline over safety concerns. This came just hours after Public Enterprises Minister announced a new Board for the state airline.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma addresses his supporters outside Durban Magistrates' court.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma addresses his supporters outside Durban Magistrates' court.

Former South African president Jacob Zuma addresses his supporters outside Durban Magistrates' court.
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FARMING MEETS TECHNOLOGY
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FARMING MEETS TECHNOLOGY

FARMING MEETS TECHNOLOGY
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Fromer United States President Obama has delivered the 16th Mandela Lecture.
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Fromer United States President Obama has delivered the 16th Mandela Lecture.

Fromer United States President Obama has delivered the 16th Mandela Lecture.
Obama delivered the 16th Nelson Mandela Lecture to mark Madiba's 100th birthday. He says Madiba could have ruled for life, but chose not to.
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former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe's Fort Hare centenary celebration speech.
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former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe's Fort Hare centenary celebration speech.

former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe's Fort Hare centenary celebration speech.
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The South African Broadcasting Corporation workers give notice of strike action.
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The South African Broadcasting Corporation workers give notice of strike action.

The South African Broadcasting Corporation workers give notice of strike action.
The Communications Workers Unions say its members employed at the SABC are ready to go on strike over wages along with Broadcasting, Electronic, Media & Allied Workers members. CWU and BEMAWU have served the public broadcaster with a 48-hour strike.
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Zimbabwe calm after election violence
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Zimbabwe calm after election violence

Zimbabwe calm after election violence
Zimbabwe's Electoral Commission will release the results of the country's presidential election today. The streets of the capital, Harare, are quiet this morning, following a violent end to the parliamentary poll.
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South African Premier of the Western, Cape Helen Zille speaks on Cape Town water crisis.
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South African Premier of the Western, Cape Helen Zille speaks on Cape Town water crisis.

South African Premier of the Western, Cape Helen Zille speaks on Cape Town water crisis.
The hashtags, DayZero and WaterCrisis have been trending in reference to February the first, when taps in the Western Cape province are expected to run dry. Zille, was set to meet with the National Disaster Management team and she's also reported to have written a letter to president Jacob Zuma, asking him to declare the water situation a national disaster.
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Proffessor David Moore previews and predicts outcome of Zimbabwe polls.
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Proffessor David Moore previews and predicts outcome of Zimbabwe polls.

Proffessor David Moore previews and predicts outcome of Zimbabwe polls.
Zimbabwe will head to the polls for this first election after Former President Robert Mugabe relinquished his power. It's said that this will be the most important election since independence in 1980. After a military take over Emmerson Mugabe became Mugabe's successor. The 75-year old will go up against a younger Nelson Chamisa of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma's corruption case postponed to the 27th July 2018.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma's corruption case postponed to the 27th July 2018.

Former South African president Jacob Zuma's corruption case postponed to the 27th July 2018.
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Uncertainty Re: Medical students study in Cuba
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Uncertainty Re: Medical students study in Cuba

Uncertainty Re: Medical students study in Cuba
This summer, a new batch of doctors will return to their communities in South Africa after 5 years as medical students in Cuba. For decades, the government has sent students to the Caribbean nation's renowned medical schools to boost the number of doctors qualifying in South Africa. But the South African Department of Health now says the scheme will be scaled back after criticism of the high cost of sending students to Cuba. With the future of the programme now uncertain, We take this discussion further with the deputy minister of health Dr. Joe Phaahla, joining us from our studio in Parliament. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Special Assignment: R699 Car Scam, 27 December 2015
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Special Assignment: R699 Car Scam, 27 December 2015

Special Assignment: R699 Car Scam, 27 December 2015
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A Lion gives birth to eight cubs in Zimbabwe.
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A Lion gives birth to eight cubs in Zimbabwe.

A Lion gives birth to eight cubs in Zimbabwe.
The world over, lions are known to give birth to up to four cubs at a time, but in Zimbabwe a young lioness may have set a new record.
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Land under the Ingonyama Trust will not be expropriated.
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Land under the Ingonyama Trust will not be expropriated.

Land under the Ingonyama Trust will not be expropriated.
Land under the Ingonyama Trust will not be expropriated. Today the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal reiterated President Cyril Ramaphosa's statement made this weekend. The party says only private and commercial land will be affected. The provincial structure held a Land Consultative summit with Alliance partners in Durban.
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Latest on Mosque in Malmesbury attack.
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Latest on Mosque in Malmesbury attack.

Latest on Mosque in Malmesbury attack.
Western Cape police have confirmed that a suspect has been shot and killed by authorities after he allegedly killed two people by stabbing them to death, at a Mosque in Malmesbury outside Cape Town. Police say several others were wounded during the attack.
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Leroy Slava on his journey from drug addiction to entrepreneur.
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Leroy Slava on his journey from drug addiction to entrepreneur.

Leroy Slava on his journey from drug addiction to entrepreneur.
The 33-year-old businessman from Boksburg is founder and chief executive of Leroy Slava Properties, which he established in 2009, among other business interests.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma addresses KwaZuluNatal ANC Cadres.
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma addresses KwaZuluNatal ANC Cadres.

Former South African president Jacob Zuma addresses KwaZuluNatal ANC Cadres.
Pres Zuma addresses KZN ANC Cadres FORUM in KwaDukuza Region in KwaZulu-Natal.
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The SABC has apologised to EFF's Mbuyeseni Ndlozi
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The SABC has apologised to EFF's Mbuyeseni Ndlozi

The SABC has apologised to EFF's Mbuyeseni Ndlozi
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Special Assignment - Prisons, 15 June 2014
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Special Assignment - Prisons, 15 June 2014

Special Assignment - Prisons, 15 June 2014
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Former United States president Obama visits ancestral home in Kenya.
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Former United States president Obama visits ancestral home in Kenya.

Former United States president Obama visits ancestral home in Kenya.
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South African Court dismisses case against Zille on Environment Commissioner appointment
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South African Court dismisses case against Zille on Environment Commissioner appointment

South African Court dismisses case against Zille on Environment Commissioner appointment
The Western Cape Government says the appointment of a Commissioner of the Environment is not justified. It says the functions of the position are being performed by existing organs of state. On Monday, the High Court in Cape Town dismissed with costs an urgent application against Premier Helen Zille for failing to appoint an Environment Commissioner.
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Zimbabwe elections: 4 women in the presidential race
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Zimbabwe elections: 4 women in the presidential race

Zimbabwe elections: 4 women in the presidential race
Zimbabwe president, Emmerson Mnangagwa will again today embark on a campaign trail a hundred kilometres outside Harare. During his last campaign in Bulawayo, two people were killed after a grenade attack at the venue. Meanwhile Four women have successfully filed their nomination papers as presidential candidates.
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