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27 March 2017 16:32 (South Africa)
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Scottish nationalism, euroscepticism rising: study

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Radebe and co will appoint new Sassa, CPS negotiators, MPs told

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Residents rebuild after a devastating fire in Mandela Park Imizamo Yethu in Hout Bay, Cape Town, South Africa, 14 March 2017. According to the City of Cape Town, over 15,000 residents of Mandela Park in Imizamo Yethu have been affected with about 4,500 informal structures gutted by a blaze that swept through Hout Bay 11 March 2017, claiming at least two lives.

While you were sleeping: 15 March 2017

By John Stupart

Science unravels spiders' monstrous food web

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Indictments planned for suspects in epic Yahoo hacks

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Cricket: South Africa buoyed as New Zealand lose Boult

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White House says Trump paid taxes, hits out at media

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Cricket: South Africa draft in extra spinner for New Zealand

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Somali pirates suspected of staging first attack since 2012

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ConCourt issues new directive to Sassa, Dlamini

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Parliament backs Brexit bill as Scotland bids to break away

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New plan leaves 14 million fewer insured in 2018: US budget office

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Top Trump aide says no evidence of wiretap operation

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Turkey suspends top ties with Netherlands in escalating crisis

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Minister defends 'expertise' of Prasa interim board members

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P2 - Another Life Esidemini death confirmed

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Malema won't return to ANC - EFF tells Mabuza

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Iraq forces advance after jihadists 'trapped' in Mosul

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A cyclist battles against gale force winds at the start of the worlds largest timed cycle race the Cape Town Cycle Tour in Cape Town, South Africa 12 March 2017. In its 40th year the race was for the first time ever cancelled due to the extreme winds making for dangerous conditions. South Africa's Cape Town Cycle Tour is the world's largest individually timed cycle race.

While you were sleeping: 13 March 2017

By John Stupart

Brexit set to begin as bill enters final stages

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Tennis: Federer sails into Indian Wells third round

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Paris mayor to spend 1.5 million euros for 'war on rats'

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Carlos the Jackal faces trial again in France

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Japan troops to withdraw from South Sudan

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AB back at No 1 in ODI rankings

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Ancient pharaoh statues uncovered in Cairo mud pit

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'We are being intimidated' - Uber driver

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Visitors attend the press preview of the TEFAF Maastricht art fair in Maastricht, the Netherlands, 9 March 2017. The TEFAF fair of art and antiques will be open to the public from 10 to 19 March.

While you were sleeping: 10 March 2017

By John Stupart

South Korean president sacked by top court

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Cricket: Williamson's captain's knock puts New Zealand level

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