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Intimate femicide leading cause of female homicides in SA

The vast majority of women who are murdered in South Africa die at the hands of their husbands, boyfriends and lovers, that's according to studies on female homicide. (infographic)


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Captaincy has helped De Villiers flourish

Proteas captain AB De Villiers says the satisfaction of leading from the front has been the driving force behind his match-winning performances for the Proteas this year.


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Curtain falls on Pistorius - the social media darling

Oscar Pistorius has been known to be a sensation on track, and such has been no different to his murder trial at the North Gauteng High Court.


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NDP requires strong leadership : Budget Speech Preview

When Minister Nene presents this year’s medium-term budget policy statement (MTBPS) on October 22, it will reflect on how far we have come in the last 20 years.


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Judge Masipa was balanced and just : law expert

Oscar Pistorius has been sentenced to five years imprisonment after being found guilty of the culpable homicide of his model and reality TV star girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, on Tuesday.


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Mozambique’s provincial election results sluggish  

The election results for only six of Mozambique's 11 provinces have been released so far.


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HSBC boss says EU banker bonus cap a 'retrograde' step

European rules to cap bankers' bonuses at twice fixed pay are "a retrograde step" that could add to difficulty in recruiting staff to the industry.


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Captaincy has helped De Villiers flourish

Proteas captain AB De Villiers says the satisfaction of leading from the front has been the driving force behind his match-winning performances for the Proteas this year.


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Captaincy has helped De Villiers flourish

Proteas captain AB De Villiers says the satisfaction of leading from the front has been the driving force behind his match-winning performances for the Proteas this year.


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Van Gaal's United not good enough, says Neville

After an indifferent Premier League start and without an away win this season, Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal's belief that his side can still win the Premier League is misplaced.


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Blind rescues a point for lacklustre United

Daley Blind's late second half strike helped a lacklustre Manchester United salvage a 2-2 draw against West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns in the Premier League on Monday.


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Amakhosi look forward to face Moroka Swallows

Kaizer Chiefs are flying, and it seems no team can stop them.


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SA to host Global Watch Summit

South Africa will stake its claim against racism and discrimination in sport when it plays host to the Global Watch Summit in November.


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South Africa rejects hosting African Nations Cup

South Africa is not ready to host the Africa Cup of Nations in January if Morocco withdraws because of the Ebola epidemic, Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula said Monday.


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SABC1

On SABC 1 today

18:30Amaza
19:00Xhosa / Zulu 2014/15
19:30Selimathunzi S27
20:00Skeem Saam S3
20:30Soul City S12
SABC2

On SABC 2 today

18:307de Laan S15
19:00What's Behind The Wall S1
19:30Mali
20:00Ga Re Dumele S4
20:30Setswana / Sesotho 2014/15
SABC3

On SABC 3 today

18:30News @ 18:30
19:00Isidingo S17
19:30Nuus @ 19:30
20:002 Broke Girls S1
20:30Tongue In Cheek

 


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