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[pretoria] - Canadian intelligence officers have heard Khashoggi tapes

Khashoggi, a critic of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was killed at the kingdom’s Istanbul consulate by a team sent from Riyadh. Saudi authorities have acknowledged that the killing was premeditated, but his body has not been found.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said audio recordings of the killing …

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[pretoria] - Springboks need to switch things up

Through their evolution, they have had some Kiwi influence in the form of Vern Cotter, and he has taught them a raft of new skills and handling drills. The Scotland of new is a team of nip and zip, and not one to be taken lightly anymore.

But what does …

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[pretoria] - SA’s international agenda in high gear

Over the next two weeks, Sisulu will visit the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to engage on its upcoming elections, due to be held on December 23, before making her way to the AU meeting in Addis Ababa.

She will then proceed to Russia for the 15th session of the …

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[pretoria] - Bafana respect Nigeria but don’t fear them, says Baxter

The Super Eagles have had to withdraw goalkeeper Francis Uzoho and top goal scorer Odion Ighalo for the match this weekend, leaving them vulnerable between the sticks and thin in attack.

Baxter, however, insists this will have little bearing on South Africa’s preparations for a match that will confirm …

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[pretoria] - WATCH: Ensure tourists are not raped, says deputy minister

Pretoria - Township folk ought to play their part to ensure that tourists don't get raped whenever they come to visit the country, said Deputy Minister of the Department of Tourism Elizabeth Thabethe.

She spoke on Monday during a community meeting at the Mabopane Indoor Sports Hall, where she interacted with …

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[pretoria] - Cops keep an eye as #AReYeng resumes bus service to Mamelodi

A Re Yeng buses have resumed operations into and out of Mamelodi - with the metro police keeping watch, following yesterday’s stoppage of the service.

The service to the township was halted following threats that buses would be torched by passengers unhappy that they were always overcrowded.

“Tshwane Rapid Transit …

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[pretoria] - Joost's estate: ‘Just a TV for you, darling’

This is according to his brother Pieter van der Westhuizen after the Gauteng High Court, Pretoria, yesterday declared that the will Joost had drawn up on September 2, 2015, was valid. He did not sign it at the time as he was too ill from motor neuron disease.

Vittone was …

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[pretoria] - Scandal: TV star has viewers hot under collar

The role is portrayed by South African Film and Television Awards (Safta) winner Bongile Mantsai, 33, and is driven by revenge. It has been stirring up viewers’ emotions since his debut.

Mthunzi is charismatic and charming, but also a chameleon who quickly changes colours depending on what he needs from …

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[pretoria] - City tells of delays in removing invaders in Morula View

Mkhari had promised residents that all shacks erected illegally on an open space within the area earlier this year would be removed by September.

The community started complaining that despite several engagements with the City, the shacks were still there and depreciating the value of their investments.

The illegal dwellers …

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[pretoria] - Weather: A stifling week ahead for city

The Gauteng Weather Service has warned that most parts of Gauteng will experience very high temperatures over the next four days.

It has predicted temperatures up to and over 36°C until Friday.

Jan Vermeulen from the Weather Service advised people to stay indoors, avoid direct sunlight, hydrate with liquids …

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[pretoria] - Global concerns over prevalence of antibiotic resistance

Health providers and stakeholders said they were willing to use this week to educate the public about what antibiotics were, antibiotic resistance, appropriate use of antibiotics and the spread of resistance. They would also use the occasion to educate the public on the prevention of the emergence of antibiotic resistance …

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[pretoria] - Spreading those risky photos of lovers not on

She managed to stop this via an interdict to the then Pretoria High Court. He had to hand over the pictures and the negatives to her.

Times have not changed, only the method and the ease with which this can be done.

Social media has many evils. At the push …

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