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Protesters to rally worldwide against greedy rich

Protesters worldwide geared up for a cry of rage against bankers, financiers and politicians they accuse of condemning millions to poverty.

SA recognises NTC as Libya’s legitimate leaders

South Africa has joined the AU in recognising the National Transitional Council as Libya's government, saying the NTC had addressed its main concerns.

“Whatever” voted most irritating word in poll

Whatever you think about using grating words, at the end of the day it's actually better not to say whatever, if you know what I mean.

‘We voted ANC but it seems we are forgotten’

SA police fired rubber bullets and water cannons on Tuesday to quell protests in Orange Farm near Johannesburg in which one policeman was shot.

Time’s up for Joel Santana

Bafana Bafana soccer coach Joel Santana has vacated his position, the South African Football Association (Safa) announced on Monday.

Muslims respond with cautious welcome to Obama’s speech

South African Muslims gave a cautious welcome to United States President Barack Obama's speech on the Middle East in Cairo on Thursday.

Zuma: Payments from Shaik were loans

ANC president Jacob Zuma on Tuesday alleged that the more than R4-million payments he received from fraudster Schabir Shaik were loans.

Zimbabwe PM stable in hospital, wife dead

Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, who was earlier involved in a car accident that killed his wife, is reported to be fully conscious.

Is ANC eyeing an early election?

The ANC may call an early general election to try to undermine plans by former party officials to form a breakaway group, it was reported on Thursday.

No word yet on Mbeki’s fate

The fate of President Thabo Mbeki was still not known by Friday evening as the ANC's NEC continued its deliberations in Kempton Park on the East Rand.

Setback for Zuma after court ruling

SA's highest court has ruled against ANC leader Jacob Zuma in his attempt to stop seized evidence being used against him in a corruption trial.

Study: Two out of five SA schoolboys raped

Two out of five South African schoolchildren say they have been raped, according to a study published on Tuesday.

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