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They called him a scoundrel
They called him a scoundrel
My grandfather was upset that I wanted to find my biological father. That’s why he called a family meeting first thing in the afternoon with two...
UK PM faces double trouble in looming Brexit showdown
UK PM faces double trouble in looming Brexit showdown
British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a fight on two fronts this week, battling to convince her own ministers and then Brussels as the Brexit...
Tennis shoe racket: The game's afoot
Tennis shoe racket: The game's afoot
"I wonder if anyone will notice that these are not proper tennis takkies," I thought before my first tennis match after a long break from the game....
SA drags customs into 21st Century
SA drags customs into 21st Century
The South African Revenue Service (Sars) has introduced a new automated customs system that combines 26 previous systems and is intended to speed...
Mr Moneybags shrugs off the load
Mr Moneybags shrugs off the load
Customs officials must get tired of rifling through people's luggage in search of illegal substances, only to find dirty laundry. But the...
Atachi gets her man
Atachi gets her man
"What brought you here?” asks Atachi's mako, the chief delegate chosen to represent the bride-to-be in customary pre-wedding discussions...

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