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Mantashe: ANC succession debates are flawed

Secretary General of the African National Congress, Gwede Mantashe, said it would not be prudent to elect a woman to the helm of the governing party just for the sake of electing a woman.

No motive for journalist's kidnapping

No motive has been established regarding the kidnapping of South African photojournalist, Shiraaz Mohamed.

Police statement details from Kardashian's Paris robbery

French newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche has released the police statement from the night that Kim Kardashian was robbed in Paris.

SA in danger of terror attack

Following the arrest of an alleged Isis member en route to Johannesburg from Turkey, there is growing speculation that South Africa could be under increased threat of a terrorist attack.

Woman found dead with multiple stab wounds in Finsbury

Randfontein detectives are working around the clock, in an attempt to get to the bottom of the murder of a 30-year-woman who was found in a veld at Finsbury at the weekend.

Barrow leaves Gambia for Mali crisis talks

Adama Barrow has left The Gambia with members of Ecowas to attend crisis talks in Mali.

SA photojournalist snatched in Syria

Gift of the Givers announced that Johannesburg-based photojournalist, Shiraaz Mohamed, was kidnapped on Tuesday while with the group in Syria.

Wildlife Trafficking: The Sordid Southern African-South East Asian connection

The shadowy collusion of South Africa with Mozambique, Laos and Vietnam is satiating Asia's great thirst for illegally trafficked wildlife.

This Day in History: 16 January, 2006

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf became the first female head of state of an African country when she was inaugurated as President of Liberia on January 16, 2006.

Wildlife Trafficking: The Sordid Southern African-South East Asian connection

The shadowy collusion of South Africa with Mozambique, Laos and Vietnam is satiating Asia's great thirst for illegally trafficked wildlife.
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