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Mamelodi says "no" to taxi violence

Gauteng Premier David Makhura says government's duty is to meet the needs of the people.


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Rubbing along with robots tackles Abe's double dilemma

Factory worker Satomi Iwata has new co-workers, a troupe of humanoid automata that are helping to address two of Japan's most pressing concerns.


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No Blatter, no problem, say World Cup organisers

Players do not care who hands out trophies and the absence of embattled FIFA President Sepp Blatter will not have any impact on the Women's World Cup final, organisers said.


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Memorial service underway for Khayelitsha tavern victims

A memorial service has been held in Khayelitsha to remember the young victims who died in last weekend's tavern tragedy.


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Malaysia's opposition demands emergency debate

Malaysia's main opposition parties on Sunday demanded an emergency sitting of parliament to discuss Prime Minister Najib Razak's future.


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Faf leads triumphant Proteas from the front

Faf du Plessis led from the front with an unbeaten 79 off 61 balls as the Oxigen Proteas opened their tour of Bangladesh.


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Pick n Pay profitable in Zimbabwe

Pick n Pay’s Zimbabwe outlets have achieved a 7.9% turnover for the full financial year ended March 31 2015.


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No Blatter, no problem, say World Cup organisers

Players do not care who hands out trophies and the absence of embattled FIFA President Sepp Blatter will not have any impact on the Women's World Cup final, organisers said.


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No Blatter, no problem, say World Cup organisers

Players do not care who hands out trophies and the absence of embattled FIFA President Sepp Blatter will not have any impact on the Women's World Cup final, organisers said.


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Faf leads triumphant Proteas from the front

Faf du Plessis led from the front with an unbeaten 79 off 61 balls as the Oxigen Proteas opened their tour of Bangladesh.


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Faf leads triumphant Proteas from the front

Faf du Plessis led from the front with an unbeaten 79 off 61 balls as the Oxigen Proteas opened their tour of Bangladesh.


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Powell wins in Paris with his fastest 100 in four years

Former world record holder Asafa Powell ran his fastest 100 metres in four years to win the sprint at the Paris Diamond League meeting in 9.81 seconds


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Powell wins in Paris with his fastest 100 in four years

Former world record holder Asafa Powell ran his fastest 100 metres in four years to win the sprint at the Paris Diamond League meeting in 9.81 seconds


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Proteas kick-off bumper T20 season

The opening T20 International against Bangladesh at the Shere Bangla National Cricket Stadium on Sunday marks the start of an important season for the Oxigen Proteas’ squad.


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SABC1

On SABC 1 today

17:30Code Green
18:00Sing Off (Finale)
19:00News
19:30Sunday Live
20:00Warm Springs
SABC2

On SABC 2 today

17:307de Laan S16
18:00Gospel Classics S4
19:00Nuus 2015
19:30Setswana / Sesotho News 2015
20:00Majakathata S2
SABC3

On SABC 3 today

17:3050/50 S6
18:30News @18:30 2015
19:00Fokus 2015
19:30Senna (2010) 1
20:30Special Assignment S16

 


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