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A third policeman was still in hospital after he was shot and wounded on the N3 south in Modderfontein, Johannesburg, Gauteng police said on Monday.
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Around 21,000 schoolgirls, including 717 still in primary school, were pregnant in the 2013/14 financial year, Beeld reported on Monday.
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The SA Police Service (SAPS) had managed to reduced its forensic backlog by 92 percent, it said on Monday.
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Three people were killed when a taxi and a car collided in Pretoria on Monday morning, said emergency workers.
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Global powers were due to gather with Iran Monday, seeking to slot into place the last pieces of a complex puzzle to curtail Tehran's nuclear programme as diplomats said tentative agreement on some parts had been reached.
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Scotland's Richie Ramsay overcame a bumpy front nine before striking back with three straight birdies as he won the Trophee Hassan II tournament on Sunday by one stroke for his third European Tour victory.
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The Blitzbokke collected 17 valuable World Series log points on Sunday after they defeated Samoa 26-5 to finish third at the popular Hong Kong Sevens tournament. The Springbok Sevens now have a two point lead (110 points) at the top of the standings after Fiji outplayed New Zealand by 33-19 to lift the Cup.
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Australia lauded its Cricket World Cup winning team on Monday for a "fairytale" victory on home soil over New Zealand, with praise heaped on retiring one-day captain Michael Clarke after a dream farewell.
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