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26 September 2016 09:01 (South Africa)
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Mali Islamists destroy tombs at famous Timbuktu mosque

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Embattled Boko Haram leader Shekau resurfaces in video

By AFP

Researchers restore first ever computer music recording

By AFP

Clinton, Trump neck and neck heading into first debate

By AFP

Tennis: Serena Williams pulls out of China tournaments with injury

By AFP

Palestinian wounded trying to stab Israelis in W.Bank: army

By AFP

You are not welcome in Ethiopia, PM tells S Sudan’s Machar

By News24

Marked increase in bribery in SA - survey

By News24

Marked increase in bribery in SA - survey

By News24

Reagan auction raises astounding $6 mn

By AFP

Third night of protests in US city amid heavy security

By AFP

New York seizes $4.5 mn worth of elephant ivory items

By AFP

Mugabe, 92, can't bring Zim out of its hardships, says Botswana leader

By News24

Amazon crafts new section for 'Handmade' goods in Europe

By AFP

UN rights chief blames DR Congo govt over unrest

By AFP

Fees Must Fall students say no to UCT Parliament picket

By News24

Zuckerberg fund pledges $3 bn to banish disease

By AFP

Chemical agent possibly found on rocket fired at US troops in Iraq

By AFP

Media in the firing line at student protests

By News24

Protester fatally shot by civilian amid Charlotte clashes: city

By AFP

Tutu discharged from hospital

By News24

'You are going to k*k' - warning to non-protesting UP students

By News24

Women '50% less likely' to access web in poor areas

By News24

Uber pilots dashcams in Cape Town

By News24
Students from Wits University plead with police forces not to shoot them with rubber bullets during the ongoing demonstration of the second day of #Feemustfall demonstration against the announcement of fee increases at universities across the country, Johannesburg, South Africa, 20 September 2016. The ministry of education announced an eight percent increase of university fees following calls by student demonstrators of no increase. The demonstrations are set to continue. EPA/KIM LUDBROOK

While you were sleeping: 21 September 2016

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NY Times teams with Google parent to tame comments

By AFP

NFL: Kaepernick reveals death threats over anthem protest

By AFP

Destroyed aid convoy in Syria: what we know

By AFP

Trump slams 'Trojan horse' migrants, son sparks outrage

By AFP

Botswana deports US anti-gay pastor

By AFP