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12 July, 2018
A devastating earthquake that struck central Mexico last September gave way to a fascinating discovery: remnants of a rain god temple within an Aztec pyramid.
12 July, 2018
Hundreds of civil servants took to the streets of Guinea-Bissau on Wednesday to demand a hike in the minimum wage and better living conditions.
12 July, 2018
Mozambique's President Filipe Nyusi and opposition Renamo leader Ossufo Momade on Wednesday announced an apparent breakthrough in peace negotiations over the integration of former rebels into the police and army.
12 July, 2018
Pietermaritzburg residents barricaded roads leading to Copesville on Wednesday with burning tyres and rubble, and demanded the removal of their ward councillor.
12 July, 2018
The Cornubia Mall in Mount Edgecombe, Durban was evacuated following a bomb threat on Thursday morning.   Hundreds of patrons and mall workers were evacuated after police allegedly received a tip off that there was a bomb in Woolworths.  
12 July, 2018
Good news for the drought-stricken Western Cape came in the form of a dramatic increase in the province's dam levels. According to the Department of Water Affairs, dam levels increased from 45% to 51.7% in seven days, thanks to recent torrential rains in large parts of the province.
4 July, 2018
n attack on a military patrol in northern Mali killed two civilians and wounded up to eight French soldiers on Sunday, Mali’s defence ministry said.
4 July, 2018
Despite facing a theft charge for allegedly blowing just over R800‚000 of the R14-million erroneously deposited into her student account last year‚ Sibongile Mani was allocated an estimated R100‚000 by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme this year.
4 July, 2018
A woman who was declared dead at the scene of a car accident - only to be found later still breathing in a morgue fridge - is still in a critical condition in hospital.
4 July, 2018
Politicians, clerics, feminists and others have formed a broad coalition of Ugandans calling on Tuesday for an end to a social media tax the government hopes will raise revenue and silence "gossip".
4 July, 2018
Zimbabwe's military vowed on Wednesday to stay neutral in upcoming elections, dismissing suggestions it would deploy service personnel to influence national polls scheduled for July 30.
4 July, 2018
The Social Security Agency has had its hands full this week trying to assure social grant beneficiaries who haven’t yet been paid that they will be paid, as well as trying to avert a strike that will exacerbate its payment woes.
4 July, 2018
An employee of Murray & Roberts who worked as an assistant to the construction manager when the Grayston bridge collapsed has declined to answer some of the questions put to him at an inquiry on Tuesday, saying he didn't want to incriminate himself.
4 July, 2018
A spokesperson for the Presidency has confirmed that one of former president Jacob Zuma's sons has died.  Vusi Nhlakanipho Zuma, who was the youngest son of Zuma and his late wife Kate Mantsho, died on Sunday night after a short illness.  
28 June, 2018
Police have appealed to the Hibberdene community in KwaZulu-Natal to help them locate a missing three-month-old baby boy. The baby went missing three weeks ago when the mother awoke to find that he was no longer on her bed.

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