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National Day Parade, Singapore
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Durban in Top Gear thanks to car show
Durban - Next weekend’s Top Gear Festival is expected to rev up the city’s economy by more than R140 million. Mayor James Nxumalo said on Wednesday this would bring the estimated economic... (photo: WN / Periasamy)
President Jacob Zuma, arrives for his inauguration ceremony in Pretoria, South Africa, Saturday May, 24, 2014. Zuma was sworn in to serve a second term after the country's fifth democratic elections.
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 Belfast Telegraph 
Ceremony marks Zuma's second term
Jacob Zuma has been sworn in for a second term as South Africa's president in a ceremony marked by prayer and air force flyovers. Leaders from Nigeria, Zimbabwe and other African countries were also... (photo: AP / Mujahid Safodien, Pool)
Toxic hair care scare  Independent online (SA) 
Toxic hair care scare
Durban - Top South African hairstylists and consumer groups have called for researchers to name and shame six popular Brazilian hair treatment products containing almost five times the legal... (photo: WN / marzena)
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Expelled African National Congress Youth League leader Julius Malema at a news conference in Johannesburg, Tuesday Sept. 18, 2012. Malema claims that police threatened to kill him at Wonderkop Stadium, where striking platinum miners were gathered and where he was denied entry on Monday, even though he was invited there to speak by the strikers.  Independent online (SA) 
Malema blasts IEC’s capitalist tendencies
Pretoria - The EFF will not pay the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) the R600 000 deposit required when submitting candidates' lists for the upcoming national elections, party leader Julius... (photo: AP / Denis Farrell)
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HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL OPENS TWENTY-FIFTH SESSION AND STARTS HIGH-LEVEL SEGMENT (UNOG - United Nations Office at Geneva) noodls
HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL OPENS TWENTY-FIFTH SESSION AND STARTS HIGH-LEVEL SEGMENT (UNOG - United Nations Office at Geneva)
(Source: UNOG - United Nations Office at Geneva) HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL OPENS TWENTY-FIFTH SESSION AND STARTS HIGH-LEVEL SEGMENT Hears Statements from the United Nations... (photo: UN / Jean-Marc Ferré)
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Ugandan President, Yoweri Museveni, addresses the opening of the African Union Summit in Kampala,Uganda, Sunday, July 25, 2010. Celebrity Café
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signs anti-homosexuality bill
On Monday, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signed an anti-homosexuality bill into a law, which bans all homosexual acts, but also forces people to report those they... (photo: AP / Stephen Wandera)
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 Former ANC deputy president Jacob Zuma reacts to being elected ANC president  (js1) Independent online (SA)
Independence of the courts ‘not undermined’
Pretoria - Concerns that President Jacob Zuma’s government was undermining the independence of the courts were baseless, Deputy Justice Minister John Jeffery said.... (photo: AP / Jerome Delay)
Justice   Photos   Pretoria   S Africa   Wikipedia: Jacob Zuma
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Head of the High-Level fact-finding mission to Beit Hanoun, presents a report to the fifth Special Session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland. Springfield News-Sun
Tutu urges Uganda's Museveni against anti-gay bill
South Africa's retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu urges Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni not to sign into law the harsh... (photo: UN / Pierre-Michel Virot)
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