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Phil Hazlewood

Phil Hazlewood

    Nigeria's anti-gay law 'a licence to violence'
    Nigeria's anti-gay law 'a licence to violence'
    Gay activists, LGBT community members and the UN have warned that a Bill banning same-sex unions could legitimise homophobic violence in Nigeria.
    Nigeria's Jonathan under fire ahead of 2015 poll
    Nigeria's Jonathan under fire ahead of 2015 poll
    Analysts have questioned whether Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan can claw back support ahead of elections next year.
    SA sprinters seize relay gold
    SA sprinters seize relay gold
    The SA men's 4x100m relay team gave SA their fourth gold medal and set a new world record in 41.78 seconds at the Paralympic Games in London.
    Blade Runner back on track to defend 100m gold
    Blade Runner back on track to defend 100m gold
    Oscar Pistorius returns to the track today, days after his 200m defeat was clouded by controversy over claims his rivals had an unfair advantage.
    Smyth challenging Oscar Pistorius as Paralympics track king
    Smyth challenging Oscar Pistorius as Paralympics track king
    Ireland's Jason Smyth has staked his claim to challenge Oscar Pistorius as king of the track at the Paralympics
    Packed crowds and controversy at Paralympics
    Packed crowds and controversy at Paralympics
    The Paralympics have greeted the first day of athletics but the mood was overshadowed by a mix-up that saw the wrong athlete awarded gold.
    Stephen Hawking to star in Paralympics opener
    Stephen Hawking to star in Paralympics opener
    Britain's most famous living scientist, Stephen Hawking, will appear at the opening ceremony of London's Paralympic Games on Wednesday.
    Team SA ready for London Paralympic Games
    Team SA ready for London Paralympic Games
    The 2012 Paralympic Games are due to begin in London on Wednesday, with Natalie du Toit and Oscar Pistorius leading the South African charge.
    London prepares to showcase Paralympics
    London prepares to showcase Paralympics
    The world's top athletes with a disability meet in London next week for what organisers say will be the biggest Paralympics in the Games' history.
    Nothing magical about witchcraft, says Indian state
    Nothing magical about witchcraft, says Indian state
    Chanting to cure snakebites and claiming to be a reincarnated spouse to obtain sex could be banned by an Indian state to protect the vulnerable.
    India counts its homeless amid demands for action
    India counts its homeless amid demands for action
    India's homeless are being counted as part of the country's mammoth 10-yearly census in an exercise that could help shape future housing policy.