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Pirates close gap on ‘Downs with Arrows win: Orlando Pirates closed to within a point of Mamelodi Sundowns at the top of the ABSA Premiership table with a 2-1 win over Golden Arrows.
Chiefs stutter to AmaZulu draw: Kaizer Chiefs have dropped more points in the race for the ABSA Premiership title after being held to a goalless draw by a resolute AmaZulu.
Numsa to march against new labour laws on Human Rights Day: The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) have announced that they will be marching in Gauteng on Human Rights Day to protest against the proposed new labour laws that come into effect in May.
Dolphins in strong position after Savage ton: The Dolphins kept a firm grip on their vital Sunfoil Series clash with the Highveld Lions thanks largely to Calvin Savage.
Lions avoid historic upset against Sunwolves: The Lions did not have it all their own way but eventually got the job done against the Sunwolves in Johannesburg.
Frustrated by defiant De Lille, the DA now wants powers to recall deployees: The Democratic Alliance wants to change its constitution to include a recall clause that will allow it to remove its public representatives, by passing litigious processes that have plagued their disciplinary processes.
‘I have nightmares’: Vicki Momberg admits she was wrong, hysterical: Former real estate agent Vicki Momberg, who was convicted over a racist rant at a black police officer, has claimed that she has nightmares.
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JULY 29: Bernard Morrison during the Carling Black Label Champion Cup match between Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs at FNB Stadium on July 29, 2017 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Ghana forward Bernard Morrison registered his name on the score sheet as Orlando Pirates came from a goal down t orchestrated proceedings from outside the box, working his way inside before his attempted cross was handled in the box by Paseka Mako.
Two Lebanese citizens are expected to appear at the Kempton Park Magistrate's Court on Monday for allegedly illegally exporting components of drones to Hezbollah in Lebanon. Johannesburg-based businessman Usama Darwich Hamade, 53, was arrested at his Kempton Park home, while his brother Issam Hamade, 55, was arrested at OR Tambo International Airport after he arrived from abroad.
Two African lions rescued from war zones in Iraq and Syria are heading to a permanent home in South Africa, after resting in Jordan where they recuperated from physical and psychological trauma. The lions were coaxed with mouthfuls of meat into metal crates Sunday before being loaded into a cargo truck taking them to Jordan's international airport.
But in Wakanda, they do speak a language that is very much real, with distinctive clicks and other sounds that had some cast members struggling to speak it. The idea to use isiXhosa, one of South Africa's 11 official languages, in the blockbuster came from South African actor and cast member John Kani.
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Two supporters have died and several others were injured, some critically, during a stampede outside FNB Stadium in Soweto, where Kaizer Chiefs were playing Orlando Pirates. The stampede at FNB Stadium in the South African capital of Johannesburg occurred at the start of the pre-season match on Saturday.
Department store Stuttafords, the 159-year-old “Harrods of South Africa”, is closing down, victim of a global shift to online retail and a domestic economic slump that has put brands such as Ted Baker and Nordstrom JWN.M in the United States have also hit tough times, suggesting Stuttafords' woes are not unique to South Africa, Sasha Naryshkine of local asset manager Vestact said. “The fall from grace in all these department stores is that people can get the same stuff online and there is a rise of other quality brands at a cheaper price,” Naryshkine said.
In the first half of 2017, 695 bank clients lost about 1.6 million U.S. dollars as a result of cash robberies in South Africa, the South African Banking Risk Information Center said on Wednesday. At a media briefing in Johannesburg, Kalyani Pillay, CEO of SABRIC said, from 2014 to June 2017, SABRIC recorded 27 fatalities and 69 injuries due to cash robberies.
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Free State Stars down Pirates
The result also sees the Free State side leapfrog their Soweto opponents on the log standings, moving up five places to seventh, while Pirates drop two places to 11th. Stars were the first to threaten a goal, with a looping header in the eighth minute …
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