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20 October 2018 5:06 PM Flawless Garcia closes in on Valderrama treble

Sotogrande - Home favourite Sergio Garcia fired a magnificent seven-under-par 64 to seize a four-shot lead heading into the third and final round of the weather-hit Valderrama Masters on Saturday. The tournament host had not hit a shot since Thursday after thunderstorms forced the event to be cut to 54 holes, but he carded the lowest score of the week to close 20

16 October 2018 8:13 AM Human rights lawyer charged for pointing his finger at policeman

Human rights lawyer Richard Spoor has been charged with assault for pointing his finger at a police officer, GroundUp reported. Spoor is an attorney for Xolobeni residents opposed to mining in this remote part of the Wild Coast. Spoor was arrested and appeared in court on September 25. He is set to appear at Bizana Magistrate's Court on October 25. His charge 34

15 October 2018 7:11 PM Man convicted, sentenced twice for wife's murder

A man who pleaded guilty to the murder of his wife but then claimed he was "forced" into confessing has been convicted of the crime for the second time and sentenced to life imprisonment again. Durban High Court Judge Shyam Gyanda, who presided over Rajiv Sewnarain's "second trial", on Monday rejected his version that he had not been mentally sound and had been coerced 26

10 October 2018 7:51 AM Former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan expected to testify

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba visited the Guptas for "social cohesion reasons", but denies they had any sway over him. "During my tenure, I, at no stage, assisted the Gupta family, or any other private interest group, to capture the state," Gigaba told the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs on Tuesday night. The committee is holding an inquiry 32

07 October 2018 2:45 PM Vandalism allegedly behind Kalkfontein being without water

Vandalism is alleged to have been the cause of water cuts in Kalkfontein that led to protests on Sunday, the City of Cape Town said. “There has been vandalism of the water system; access was gained and pressure valves were damaged,” explained Xanthea Limberg, the Mayoral Committee Member for water and sanitation. She said that it appeared the supply 35

05 October 2018 1:31 PM Trump boards plane with toilet paper stuck to his shoe

He’s the leader of the free world and commander-in-chief of its most powerful military, yet Donald Trump experiences the oopsies most of us try our utmost avoiding. The US president had what appeared to be a long piece of loo roll attached to the heel of his shoe as he boarded Air Force One. The 72-year-old billionaire was on his way to a rally in Minnesota 37

03 October 2018 4:23 PM Cape Town medic stabbed to death

Two people are in custody after the killing of a man who had volunteered for the Western Cape Emergency Medical Services (EMS), provincial police said on Wednesday. Officers had gone to his home in Venus Way, Matroosfontein, on Saturday evening after receiving a complaint, said Captain FC van Wyk. Die Son identified the man as Leon Jacobs. It reported 35

27 September 2018 8:31 PM Welcome to 'Checkpoint Parly'

There was a marked increase in vigilance at Parliament's entry points on Thursday - a day after it was revealed that a police officer faced disciplinary proceedings after a parliamentary official committed suicide on the legislature's precinct. Lennox Garane, section manager for policy in the international relations and protocol division of Parliament 31

27 September 2018 7:23 PM WATCH: Man arrested for chasing after plane at Dublin Airport

A man who missed his flight at Dublin Airport has been arrested for running after the plane on the tarmac. Witnesses say a man who appeared to be in his 20s broke through a door and ran toward the Ryanair plane, which was about to take off for Amsterdam. The airport said in a statement that a man became "agitated" after he and a woman arrived at the gate too late for their 35

26 September 2018 5:26 PM Wozniacki, Kerber stunned at Wuhan Open

Wuhan - World No 2 Caroline Wozniacki and Wimbledon champion Angelique Kerber were stunned at the Wuhan Open in China on Wednesday, both suffering shock defeats at the hands of less fancied opponents. Olympic champion Monica Puig gave herself an early birthday present, beating Wozniacki 7-6 (12-10), 7-5 to reach the quarter-finals. She was joined in the last eight 34