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Not many people over the age of 40 can say that they are not influenced by the 1966-1989 Border War. We all know of somebody that left for that war, however, did they return the same person? Two soldiers open up about how they have survived the trauma of the Border War with The Complimentary Breakfast.
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Katleho Sehera puts her new leg to the test at the SPAR Women's Race!
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If Game of Thrones was based in South Africa, the official season 5 trailer would go a little something like this... Listen and download the best local parody of the year here!
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Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed allegedly spent $860 on sex toys from the Seduction Love Boutique in Toronto yesterday.
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Not many people over the age of 40 can say that they are not influenced by the 1966-1989 Border War. We all know of somebody that left for that war, however, did they return the same person? Two soldiers open up about how they have survived the trauma of the Border War with The Complimentary Breakfast.
Music Blog, Shows: New AKing album on the horizon
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Local Rockers AKing have signed with Just Music, and have a new album set for release.
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HS Die Wilgers certainly have gees! Apparently they have the best rugby players, the hottest girls, and a claim to fame already - it's Bok van Blerk's old school!
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NPA distances itself from Mrwebi comments

NPA distances itself from Mrwebi comments

The NPA on Tuesday distanced itself from comments specialised commercial crime unit head Lawrence Mrwebi made about Judge John Murphy.

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Former defence minister Johannes "Joe" Modise benefited from the arms deal, the Seriti Commission of Inquiry heard on Tuesday.
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A nurse was assaulted at Johannesburg's Helen Joseph Hospital, the Gauteng health department said on Tuesday.
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Former Lt-Col Renate Barnard said on Tuesday she was disappointed that the Constitutional Court ruled in favour of the SA Police Service (SAPS) in her affirmative action case.
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It is hard to believe the arms deal in 1999 was different to that of many other countries and free of corruption, former Scopa chairman Gavin Woods said on Tuesday.
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