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14 December 2017 10:12 (South Africa)
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Naked mole-rats can survive near-suffocation: study

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Twenty-year-old junior mentor Fundiswa Feke (R) helps a boy catch a wave during a Waves For Change surf therapy session at Surfers Corner in Muizenberg, Cape Town, South Africa, 21 November 2017. The Waves For Change mission is to provide safe spaces, caring mentors and a provision of weekly 'Surf Therapy' sessions to give vulnerable children the skills to cope with stress, regulate behaviour, build healing relationships and make positive life choices.

While you were sleeping: 14 December 2017

By John Stupart

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson honoured with Hollywood star

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US military to send cyber soldiers to the battlefield

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British PM suffers defeat in Brexit bill

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British city refuses licence for Uber

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Bon Jovi, Nina Simone enter Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

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US 'cautiously considering re-engaging Zimbabwe' after Mugabe ouster

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Alabama reckoning as polls close in scandal-mired US Senate race

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First 'serious incident' for Japan bullet train as crack found

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US wants $250 mn cut to UN budget

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Ariane 5 rocket takes off with European GPS satellites

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Personal income tax revenue dwindles as SA economy slows

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Americans perceive more corruption in Trump era: survey

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Over 30 injured as tornado tears through Midvaal

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Half of people aged 40-54 have hardened arteries: study

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Israeli tank, aircraft hit Gaza after rocket fire

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'Terror' bomber strikes New York subway, three hurt

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Trump tells NASA to send Americans to Moon

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Schools closed, flights delayed after UK snowfall

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WWE set to take SA by storm

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Netanyahu says he expects Europe to follow US on Jerusalem

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Shaun Abrahams extends Zuma's deadline for representations on corruption charges to end of January

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Visitors look at the inside of the OPod Tube House during the Design Inspire exhibition in Hong Kong, China, 08 December 2017 (issued 10 December 2017). The OPod Tube House, created by James Law Cybertecture, is an experimental low cost, micro-living housing unit constructed out of a 2.5 meters diameter concrete water pipe that aims to ease Hong Kong's affordable housing problem.

While you were sleeping: 11 December 2017

By John Stupart

Palestinians 'walking away' from talks with Pence snub: US

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Football: Mourinho clashes with Man City players - reports

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6,000 IS jihadists could return to Africa, AU warns

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Venezuelan leader says no to opposition in presidential race

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Brexit breakthrough boosts European stock markets, pound

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Struggling GE to cut 12,000 power jobs globally

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