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​Caster treated like Saartjie Baartman

Last week’s IAAF ruling marks the latest chapter in the poliving of black bodies

Semenya’s lawyers slam IAAF for ‘confidentiality breach’

Earlier on Monday, the IAAF published on its website the names of those who it hopes will justify the need for the new rules in female competition

Semenya arrives at sports court for gender row challenge

The South African government says the rules set out by IAAF, specifically target Semenya and has called them a "gross violation" of her human rights

SA lawyer quits IAAF, slams ‘unethical’ regulations

The IAAF announced new rules would be put in place to ban female athletes from competing if their testosterone levels are deemed unnaturally high

London’s tough Olympic budget challenges

London Olympic organisers are facing significant budgetary challenges in the run-up to next year's Games, with bills almost doubling.

Olympics chairperson stays mum on London riots

The Olympic-sized black eye given to the city of London during four days of rioting and looting is finally starting to heal.

London marks 366 days to 2012 Olympics

London celebrated the one-year countdown to the Summer Games with the first dive into the new Olympic pool and a presentation of the medals.

Olympics: Rush starts for London 2012 tickets

Tickets for the 2012 London Olympics went on sale on Tuesday with organisers promising the website would not crash under the expected huge demand.

France blames Chinese for Olympic torch chaos

France's interior minister faulted the Chinese organisers of the Olympic torch relay for its chaotic run through Paris, saying in an interview on Wednesday that French police merely provided technical support. "The Olympic rule is that the organising country is always responsible for preserving the flame," Interior Minister Michele Alliot-Marie said.

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Soup for the Sick: A bowl of warmth in a time of need

Soup for the Sick is nourishing hundreds of people too ill to cook for themselves

Q&A Sessions: George Euvrard, the brains behind our cryptic crossword

George Euvrard spoke to Athandiwe Saba about his passion for education, clues on how to solve his crosswords and the importance of celebrating South Africa.

Why prisoners are a priority in vaccine rollout

Inmates comprise a vulnerable group in society and they are meant to receive Covid-19 vaccines earlier than the general population. This has sparked debate locally and globally

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