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Ian Khama and the post-presidential blues

Ian Khama thought he had executed the perfect transition from power. He was wrong. Now his hand-picked successor is tearing up his legacy

Millionaire golf estate sucks water

Mansions at Blair Atholl illegally used water from boreholes. The estate is now trying to get permission for this — after the fact

Court orders Guptas’ jet to be grounded

The court ruled that a jet, which the Gupta family has been leasing, must be handed over to EDC and stored at Lanseria airport

Bodies extracted from Lanseria plane wreckage

Rescue workers have removed three bodies from the wreckage of a light aircraft that crashed at Lanseria International Airport on Monday morning.

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Lanseria crash: Bad weather may be to blame

Bad weather is believed to have played a part in a fatal light aircraft crash at Lanseria airport.

Three die in Lanseria plane crash

Three people died when a small aircraft crashed while trying to land at Lanseria airport, says the airport's chief executive.

Waltzing Travolta

<strong>Nechama Brodie</strong> tells how she met the star of Grease, hoping for an exclusive or a scoop, but came away only with this byline.

Lanseria reopens after emergency landing

Lanseria airport has reopened after the wreckage of a plane which had to belly land was removed from its runway on Sunday.

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