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    Executors to announce contents of Madiba's will
    Executors to announce contents of Madiba's will
    Nelson Mandela's final will and testament will be read out during a briefing in Johannesburg on Monday.
    Mandela stable, but condition 'serious'
    Mandela stable, but condition 'serious'
    Former president Nelson Mandela is stable in hospital, but his condition remains serious.
    Madiba 'breathing on his own' after being admitted to hospital
    Madiba 'breathing on his own' after being admitted to hospital
    The presidency has confirmed that former president Nelson Mandela is breathing on his own after being admitted to hospital due to a lung infection.
    Major supermarkets exposed in meat-label scandal
    Major supermarkets exposed in meat-label scandal
    More than 80 meat products sold by major South African retailers contain water buffalo and donkey, the City Press has reported.
    Lawyers: Zuma will fight release of spy tapes
    Lawyers: Zuma will fight release of spy tapes
    President Jacob Zuma’s lawyers will fight the release of the full set spy tapes that helped him avoid fraud and corruption charges.
    Malema, Cosatu speak out on Lenasia demolitions
    Malema, Cosatu speak out on Lenasia demolitions
    Lenasia residents whose houses have been demolished must be compensated, Cosatu Gauteng has said, while Julius Malema will visit the area.
    Call to probe death of ANC councillor in Marikana
    Call to probe death of ANC councillor in Marikana
    The Independent Police Investigative Directorate is awaiting the results of the postmortem of an ANC councillor who died in Marikana over the weekend.
    Boucher unlikely to return to cricket
    Boucher unlikely to return to cricket
    Former Proteas wicketkeeper Mark Boucher says it's unlikely that he will play professional cricket again after being hit in the eye with a bail.
    Masemola: Unfair to blame me for textbook debacle
    Masemola: Unfair to blame me for textbook debacle
    Limpopo's education minister Dickson Masemola says it is "unfair" that he is being blamed for the Limpopo textbook saga.
    DA's sea of blue clashes with Cosatu's red tide
    DA's sea of blue clashes with Cosatu's red tide
    An M&G journalist was injured when Cosatu and DA supporters clashed in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, as a storm of rocks flew between the two groups.
    DA: 'Teflon man' Mdluli should be suspended
    DA: 'Teflon man' Mdluli should be suspended
    The DA says the shifting of Richard Mdluli from his position as crime intelligence head shows they aren't dealing with the issue.