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15 August 2018 9:46 AM Actor Liev Schreiber denies hitting photographer

New York — Actor Liev Schreiber on Tuesday denied allegations that he attacked a local photographer while he was in suburban New York filming the popular Showtime series Ray Donovan. The 50-year-old was hit with a harassment violation after photographer Sherwood Martinelli claimed Schreiber damaged his camera when he tried to photograph him on 7 June. Schreiber 17

15 August 2018 9:28 AM Zim: Mnangagwa files opposing papers to MDC's election challenge

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has reportedly filed his opposing papers to the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa's petition challenging his victory in the just ended elections. According to the state-owned Herald newspaper, Mnangagwa's lead defence counsel, Advocate Lewis Uriri confirmed on Monday that the opposing 17

04 August 2018 12:31 PM Former TDF winner Jan Ullrich held in Spain

Madrid - Jan Ullrich, the only German cyclist to win the Tour de France, has been detained in Spain's Balearic Islands for allegedly forcibly entering his neighbour's house and threatening him, police said on Saturday. The 44-year-old was detained on Friday afternoon for "forceful entry and threats" on his neighbour in the holiday archipelago's capital 22

29 July 2018 1:25 PM Zimbabwe opposition alleges 'fake news' campaign

Zimbabwe's main opposition leader says the ruling party has conducted a "fake news" campaign against him with the help of foreign technicians ahead of Monday's elections. Nelson Chamisa, head of the Movement for Democratic Change party, says that "there is a lot of false news making the rounds" and that supporters of President Emmerson Mnangagwa hired 26

27 July 2018 10:47 AM State Capture inquiry to start on August 20

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has announced that the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture will officially begin on August 20. Zondo made the announcement at a media briefing in Johannesburg on Friday. "The hearings will take no less than three weeks. There is a chance that they could take longer than that," Zondo said. "We are not saying 37

26 July 2018 9:45 PM Group holds vigil for Zuma before court case

“Of course” former president Jacob Zuma is having a “tough time” before the start of this court case, but according to MKMVA spokesperson Carl Niehaus Zuma is a strong man and he is coping well. “He has joked before that there is no word for ‘stress’ in Zulu. He doesn't show when he is stressed,” Niehaus told Netwerk24 at the vigil for Zuma outside the High Court 30

24 July 2018 3:42 PM Zondo approaches High Court to have inquiry into state capture extended by 24 months

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has approached the North Gauteng High Court for an extension of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into allegations of state capture in order for the commission to complete its work. Zondo approached the North Gauteng High Court on 19 July, asking for an order extending the 180 days within which the commission is required 26

18 July 2018 7:06 PM Couple accused of murdering 18-month-old Jeremiah Ruiters face new child neglect charges

Additional charges have been added in the case against a Cape Town couple accused of murdering 18-month-old Jeremiah Ruiters. The new charges relate to the alleged abuse and neglect of the little boy's siblings. Jeremiah's mother Abigail Ruiters and her boyfriend Ameerodien Peters were arrested when he was declared dead at Factreton Clinic on June 12, 2017. Older 27

13 July 2018 2:53 PM 'Credible evidence' of killings by Cameroon soldiers: Amnesty

Rights group Amnesty International said on Thursday it had "credible evidence" that Cameroonian soldiers carried out the extrajudicial killings of two women and two children, demanding the servicemen be brought to justice. The watchdog said it had analysed a video purporting to show soldiers in military fatigues shooting dead the civilians - footage 29

12 July 2018 6:11 PM Putin is a 'competitor', not an 'enemy'

Brussel - US President Donald Trump said on Thursday that he sees his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin as a "competitor", not an "enemy", days before they meet for a high-stakes summit. "Someone said 'is he an enemy?' No, he's not my enemy. Is he your friend? No, I don't know him well enough, but the couple of times I've gotten to meet him we got on very well. "But ultimately 36