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Freedom Day on Monday and the debates about who's land is who's and the ongoing arguments about what goes where and what belongs to who is a never ending story... Get 'This Land Is Our Land' here!
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Brutal winter on the horizon for SA! But how prepared are we for an extremely cold snap? MalJan is sent off to stand in a freezer at Rosslyn Ice set to −25.1°C and attempts to rap his way through Vanilla Ice's hit 'Ice, Ice Baby' in normal winter wear and then in Due South's extreme winter wear. The difference will leave you literally laughing out loud. And if that doesn't, the sight of his tongue stuck to a metal shelf most certainly will!
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Special angels help a special family with their special daughter in today's edition of Good Morning Angels
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People in Taiwan are giving their dogs the most hilarious square and round haircuts
Entertainment, Shows: WATCH: The premiere of Somer Son
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The premiere of Somer Son took place last night with a cocktail function prior to the premiere of the film at a red carpet event at the Grove Mall in Pretoria.
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For whoever is in need of a bit of motivation and inspiration - this is for you.
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Freedom Day on Monday and the debates about who's land is who's and the ongoing arguments about what goes where and what belongs to who is a never ending story... Get 'This Land Is Our Land' here!
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SA government slams Nigeria for recalling ambassadors

SA government slams Nigeria for recalling ambassadors

South Africa slammed Nigeria on Sunday for recalling its ambassadors from the country following the recent spate of xenophobic attacks which left at least seven people dead.

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Fourteen people were injured when a minibus taxi overturned on the N2 in Amanzimtoti, south of Durban, on Sunday.
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On Saturday, 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake erupted close to the Nepalese capital of Kathmandu killing thousands and resulting in strong tremors being felt as far as Bangladesh
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A Zimbabwean woman who was recently found beheaded in Johannesburg was "cut into six pieces," a relative has told a newspaper in her country.
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SA family try to locate relatives after Nepal quakeA Johannesburg family is desperately trying to locate five of its relatives who were trekking to the base camp at Mount Everest when an earthquake ripped through Nepal, setting off an avalanche on the mountain.
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