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The DispatchSouthafrica
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The SowetanSudan
    • ‘Zuma should reshuffle himself out of the Presidency’: Active Citizens Movement
    • Deal reached on new four-party coalition Dutch government
    • Factors that led to Brickz's 15 year jail sentence
    • Blast sows panic among Somalis
    • Gaddafi son in good health, following politics - family lawyer
    • Missing Biafra separatist fails to appear in Nigerian court
    • SAA will not be privatised‚ says cabinet
    • EFF student command claims victory at Wits
    • May pleads for Brexit deal she can sell at home
    • 'Shoprite must apologise' - Support as Shoprite eight appear in court for theft
News 24Southafrica
    • News24.com | Zuma 'a one man dictatorship', says Phosa
    • Sport24.co.za | LIVE: Kaizer Chiefs 0-0 Orlando Pirates
    • News24.com | Ticket scalper arrested at Soweto Derby
    • Sport24.co.za | Courageous Wallabies stun All Blacks
    • News24.com | Man with knife attacks 8 people in Munich; arrest made
    • News24.com | UFS students arrested over latest unrest
    • News24.com | Bannon faults George W Bush for 'destructive' presidency
    • News24.com | Ramaphosa: Economy still not benefitting majority
    • News24.com | 'We're ready to defend Mugabe,' war vets say as they warn of 'near' civil war - report
    • News24.com | ANC Gauteng PEC nominates Ramaphosa for president
The SunSouthafrica
    • Chelsea down Watford at Stamford Bridge
    • JAMB plans deployment of malpractice device for future examination
    • Tragedy: Director hangs self in Kogi
    • Bishop to Buhari: You’ve failed Nigerians
    • Accreditation begins in Gombe APC mini congress
    • Bayelsa govt. endores Op. CROCODILE SMILE II, Army free medical service
    • Anambra guber: Nwobodo backs Nwoye
    • Kogi CJ releases 6 inmates in Okene prisons
    • Buhari tasks African leaders on peace, development agenda
    • Military troops kill 3 Boko Haram terrorists in ambush
Mail & GuardianSouthafrica

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