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Story of South Africa's first black Olympians keeps us guessing
Story of South Africa's first black Olympians keeps us guessing
In 1908, South Africa became the first African nation to participate officially in the modern summer Olympics. But four years before Durban-born...
Sasol set to post strong earnings growth for 2014
Sasol set to post strong earnings growth for 2014
Sasol, the world's biggest coal-to-gasoline maker, said it will post "strong" earnings growth for the 2014 financial year due to...
Storm Lee brings with it more flooding
Storm Lee brings with it more flooding
Tropical Storm Lee made landfall in the southern United States' state of Louisiana on Sunday, bringing with it torrential rains threatening floods...
Local fishermen unhappy at BP Gulf spill jobs offers
Local fishermen unhappy at BP Gulf spill jobs offers
For thousands of fishermen whose livelihoods are threatened by an expanding oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, the offer of jobs by energy giant BP to...
Gustav pounds Louisiana coast
Gustav pounds Louisiana coast
Hurricane Gustav lashed the Louisiana coast on Monday with pounding rain and heavy winds, posing the biggest threat to the New Orleans area since...
Katrina: 'Now we're getting to the hard part'
Katrina: 'Now we're getting to the hard part'
Rescuers have plucked tens of thousands of terrified residents from the rooftops of their homes in New Orleans and along the Gulf Coast, capturing...

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