Nude Driver Causes Chaos

A shocking event occurred in Durban, Pinetown when a butt-naked man driving his Mercedes C Class ploughed into the Transaxle workshop. 

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Dart Frogs, Back from the Dead

In the year 2003, two aspiring biology students named Justin Yeager and Mark Pepper set of to Costa Rica in order to study poison dart frogs. 

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Bill Cosby’s Dark Moment

Actor Bill Cosby’s lawyer has said that he will not dignify "decade-old, discredited" claims of sexual abuse with a response.

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G2 Breakthrough

Over the years, astronomers have been puzzled by a bizarre object in the centre of the Milky Way that was believed to be a hydrogen gas cloud.

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Sierra Leone: Iron ore mine in sale to survive
African Minerals will seek to sell part of its stake in the Tonkolili iron ore mine in Sierra Leone in what analysts say is a last-ditch effort to stay afloat, after it failed to secure the release of funds held by its Chinese partner.
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A breakdown of the collective bargaining system will result in chaos
From many an employer’s perspective, the future of collective bargaining has been called into question for a number of reasons.
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Health: Boost for HIV cancer research
A multi-million rand biorepository where specimens for HIV-related cancers will be stored for research has been opened by Stellenbosch University, it said on Friday.
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There are many flaws in Vilakazi’s historical notions
While the existence of nodes of commonality in terms of language and culture among the different indigenous peoples of southern Africa is not disputed, Herbert Vilakazi’s assertion that in pre-colonial times they constituted “one historical family” (Business Report, November 21) is not supported by the facts.
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Fed seals first Davis Cup for Swiss
Roger Federer produced a vintage performance to crush Richard Gasquet 6-4 6-2 6-2 and seal Switzerland’s maiden Davis Cup title.
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Stenson defends title in dramatic fashion
Henrik Stenson successfully defended his title at the $8 million DP World Tour Championship in a dramatic fashion on Sunday.
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NZ ‘needs to lift game to stay top’
NZ needs to improve their game to become the first side to win back-to-back World Cups in 2015, coach Steve Hansen says.
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Gasquet to face Fed in place of Tsonga
Richard Gasquet is set to face Roger Federer in the first reverse singles of the Davis Cup final between France and Switzerland.
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Kenya hunts militants after deadly ambush
Kenyan security forces reportedly killed more than 100 militants after the ambush of a Nairobi-bound bus that killed 28 people.
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ECOWAS trains health workers to fight Ebola
West Africa’s regional bloc ECOWAS will train 150 health workers in an attempt to strengthen the health system of the affected countries.
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Party: 28 arrested in opposition office raid
Nigeria’s opposition party claimed that 28 workers were arrested when security agents ransacked its office in a raid they likened to Watergate scandal.
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Sudan rebels claim raids in Blue Nile
Sudanese rebels said they attacked two military bases in war-torn Blue Nile state.
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