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  • Zuma: Saudi king was a peace-maker
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    President Jacob Zuma has sent condolences to the family of Saudi Arabian King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud following news of his death on Friday, the international relations department said.
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  • Bafana squander lead in draw
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    Bafana Bafana once again failed to hold onto a lead at the Africa Cup of Nations on Friday as they were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw with Senegal in Mongomo.
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  • Reject stolen property: Makhura
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    Parents who allow stolen property into their houses are a curse to the community, Gauteng premier David Makhura said in Soweto on Friday.
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  • Minister appealing Dramat ruling
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    Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko will appeal the High Court in Pretoria's ruling that Hawks boss Anwa Dramat's suspension was invalid, his lawyer said on Friday.
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Here's a look at the top stories making headlines this morning.
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A spaza shop was torched in Alexandra, north of Johannesburg in the early hours of Monday morning, Gauteng police said.
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Greeks revolted against five years of austerity policies Sunday in a landmark vote that saw the leftist anti-bailout SYRIZA party win parliamentary elections.
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Two suspected looters have been shot and killed in Langlaagte, south of Johannesburg, police said on Monday.
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A car purchased by the EFF belongs to the party, despite it being registered in the name of a private company, its secretary general Godrich Gardee said on Sunday.
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EFF member Vuyokazi Khethabahle will replace Magdalene Moonsamy in Parliament as an MP, party secretary general Godrich Gardee said on Sunday.
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Here's a look at the top stories making headlines this morning.
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A spaza shop was torched in Alexandra, north of Johannesburg in the early hours of Monday morning, Gauteng police said.
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Greeks revolted against five years of austerity policies Sunday in a landmark vote that saw the leftist anti-bailout SYRIZA party win parliamentary elections.
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