Tag: South Africa

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Mahlambi to be first South African to play in Egypt

Egyptian side Al Ahly have signed Phakamani Mahlambi from South African champions Bidvest Wits on a four-year deal. The 19-year-old will be the first South African

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AI-powered Language Tool LangBot Wins Seedstars Ethiopia

LangBot will join the winners from other countries at the final, where it will pitch for the chance of securing US$500,000 in equity investment. By Tom

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World Cup 2026: Morocco Confirms it Will Bid to Host Tournament

The Moroccan Football Federation has announced it will bid to host the 2026 World Cup. The deadline for countries to express their intention to bid to

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Caster Semenya Dismisses IAAF's Plan to Reinstate Gender Testing

South African Caster Semenya has dismissesed IAAF testosterone study amid continuing controversy over her high testosterone levels. The governing body of world athletics are trying to

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South African Suspect in ax Murders is Taken to Crime Scene

JOHANNESBURG –  A South African man on trial for allegedly murdering his father, mother and brother with an ax has returned under escort to the

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Three Women Gang-Rape Man for 3 Days

A gang of women kidnapped a man and raped him for three days while force-feeding him energy drinks, police said. The victim, 23, was found traumatised

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President Abandons Rally after being Booed

South Africa's scandal-hit President Jacob Zuma has abandoned a May Day rally after he was booed by workers demanding his resignation. Scuffles broke out between Mr

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Underprivileged Children Learn to Play Music Instruments

Last year we reported on how a music project for underprivileged children in South Africa was trying to raise enough money to buy music instruments. Until

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Jacob Zuma’s deputy distances himself from the president’s decision to sack Gordhan

South African deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa has distanced himself from the sacking of the country’s former finance minister Pravin Gordhan, saying he is “unhappy about

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The Manenberg School which is Top of the Class

Manenberg in Cape Town, South Africa, is infamous for its high crime rate, but it is now being associated with academic excellence, writes the BBC’s

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South Africa's Xenophobic Attacks on Ethiopian Community, Gabina

South Africa's Xenophobic Atttacks on Ethiopian Community, Gabina

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