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South Africa dominate ragged England to win third World Cup

By Reuters: ‘Since I have been alive I have not seen South Africa like this’ World beaters … South Africa players celebrate with the Webb Ellis trophy after winning the World Cup Final on November 2, 2019 (REUTERS/Matthew Childs) YOKOHAMA, Japan – South Africa laid the groundwork with traditional Springbok rugby and finished an out-gunned England side off with two… Read More
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Police probe gun shots, spinning cars at Chatsworth ‘gangster funeral’

Durban – Police are probing the alleged involvement of a security firm, a private ambulance service and a funeral service in reported traffic infringements and firing of guns during a funeral procession at the weekend. The brother of an alleged gang leader was given a send-off with the spinning of car tyres, gunshots and the sounding of emergency vehicle sirens… Read More
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SA prisons could run out of beds as crime rate surges

The growing crime rate and rise in life sentences meted out to offenders may mean that there won’t be enough beds for criminals in SA’s prisons. The department of correctional services has conceded that it is worried about over-crowding which is on a steady rise, as evidenced by the latest shocking crime statistics. The department is forced to be creative to… Read More
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Xenophobia hub: South Africa apologises, sends envoys to affected countries

Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban with DANIEL MUMBERE   South Africa apologises Nigeria’s president on Monday thanked his South African counterpart for sending a special envoy to apologise over the recent xenophobic attacks. The special envoy, Jeff Radebe told president Muhammadu Buhari that the attacks on foreigners do not represent South Africa’s “value system, nor those of the larger number of South Africans”.… Read More
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South Africa apologises to Nigeria

President Cyril Ramaphosa holds a tête-à-tête with His Excellency President Muhammadu Buhari of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Yokohama, Japan during the 7th Tokyo International Conference on the Development of Africa.GCIS ABUJA, Nigeria – A South African envoy expressed the country’s “sincerest apologies” to Nigeria on Monday, after a wave of anti-migrant attacks swept through Johannesburg and surrounding cities… Read More
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Ramaphosa To Mend Ties With Other African Countries Following XEN0PH0BIC Attacks

President Cyril Ramaphosa has addressed the booing he was subjected to when he spoke at the memorial service of the late former Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe over the weekend. He said that he apologised to Zimbabweans on behalf of South Africans for the violent xenophobic attacks that saw many of them flee the country. “… their reaction was against us… Read More
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South Africa to honour Robert Mugabe with big memorial service

Durban – President Cyril Ramaphosa and former presidents Jacob Zuma and Thabo Mbeki will be addressing memorial services for deceased former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe in KwaZulu-Natal. Mbeki will be the guest speaker at Durban City Hall on Tuesday, where over 5000 guests are expected, according to the provincial ANC. Among the attendants would be representatives from the consulate for… Read More
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Fresh violence in Johannesburg claims two lives

At least two people have died and dozens arrested following fresh xenophobic attacks in South Africa’s Johannesburg city on Sunday. Local Eyewitness News reported that a group of men had raided the city’s central business district on Sunday morning, demanding that foreigners leave the area. The city’s police chief David Tembe confirmed that two people had died from gun shot… Read More
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#southafrica the oppressed is now the oppressor. Except that they’re oppressing those who stood by them during apartheid! Ignorance, jealousy, and hatred has blinded many and claimed too many innocent lives. Black foreigners do not control the wealth in South Africa, they’re not stealing your jobs; they mostly do menial jobs. I think of those driving by, no one stopped to… Read More
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