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A Wales win would seal Boks’ tour

South Africa’s tour has been fairly good, but the All Blacks are stinging from last week’s Ireland loss

Game plan: Sport in brief

What is going on in the world of sport?

Zuma’s five biggest career scandals

Zuma's resignation has brought to an end a controversial and turbulent period in South Africa's political history.

How Zuma’s exit may unfold

Pressure is mounting on President Jacob Zuma to leave office ahead of the 2019 elections.

Hamas threatens ‘gates of hell’ as Trump recognises Jerusalem as capital

Most of the international community doesn't formally recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital, insisting the issue can only be resolved in negotiations

Two dead in jihadist attack on tourist resort in Bamako

About 20 hostages freed by special forces

At least two dead in anti-terror operation north of Paris

Live: Suspects of the Paris attacks barricaded themselves in their apartment after police conducted a raid in the early hours of the morning.

Paris attacks: France declares state of emergency

President Hollande has closed borders and put France in lockdown following attacks in the capital in which at least 100 people have been killed.

Nigeria church collapse: SA death toll now 84

The death toll of South Africans in Nigeria's deadly church collapse has risen to 84, amid tensions between the two countries over rescue missions.

Outrage over sedition charge agaisnt Botswana journalist

Journalism groups have expressed outrage and concern over the arrest and sedition charges of Botswana journalist Outsa Mokone.

Four jailed for botched hit on Rwandan general

A Rwandan national and three Tanzanians have been jailed for a failed attempt to assassinate exiled Rwandan general Kayumba Nyamwasa in South Africa.

Lesotho PM refuses to re-open Parliament

Lesotho's Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has said he won't re-open Parliament, throwing a South African-brokered peace deal into doubt.

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