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21 October 2018 4:06 PM Marathon runner returns to reformed Ethiopia after exile

Addis Ababa - After two years of political exile that began at the Rio Olympic Games marathon finish line the athlete Feyisa Lilesa returned home to Ethiopia on Sunday saying the African nation was now a freer place. Lilesa, now 28, won the silver medal at Rio but his anti-government protest - holding his wrists together in imaginary handcuffs in front 25

11 October 2018 7:06 PM PICS: In fractured Mali, dance contest offers a sense of unity

All 3 000 seats in the cavernous Palace of Culture in Bamako had been snapped up, and the mood was at fever pitch as the TV dance competition reached its climax. The three finalists took to the floor one by one, dancing alongside a celebrity - a format familiar to viewers of talent shows around the world. But here's the difference: the three hopefuls 31

08 October 2018 6:33 PM Facebook wants people to invite its cameras into their homes

Facebook is launching the first electronic device to bear its brand, a screen and camera-equipped gadget intended to make video calls easier and more intuitive. But it's unclear if people will open their homes to an internet-connected camera sold by a company with a shoddy track record on protecting user privacy. Facebook is marketing the device, called 61

30 September 2018 9:58 AM PICS: Local stars shine at the Global Citizen Festival in NYC

Cape Town – Local celebs and public figures flew the SA flag high at New York’s Global Citizen Festival on Saturday night. Introducing SA performer Sho Madjozi - who performed her smash hit track, Huku – was non-other than local TV star, Bonang Matheba. "Tonight to bring us a taste of what to look forward to in sunny South Africa this December, one of the most exciting 34

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 4:11 AM Police slam Prasa on rail safety

A top police officer has blamed the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) for the lack of safety on Cape Town's trains. Briefing Parliament's standing committee on community safety on Wednesday, SAPS representative Brigadier Bonginkosi Solucutho said one of the police's challenges was that CCTV cameras on stations were not seen as a priority 40

21 September 2018 10:00 AM WATCH: Prince Harry caught red-handed 'stealing' a handful of samosas at royal event

Cape Town - Prince Harry accompanied his wife, Meghan and her mom, Doria Ragland to the Duchess of Sussex’s first hosted palace event. The trio, on Thursday, celebrated the launch of Together: Our Community Cookbook with the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen – Meghan’s first supported initiative as a royal. While socialising with the guests, Prince 29

15 September 2018 2:04 PM Old SA flag makes unwelcome appearance in Wellington

Cape Town - The old South African flag made an unwelcome appearance at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington on Saturday. While the Springboks were well on their way to a famous 36-34 victory over their fiercest rivals - the All Blacks - cameras picked up a spectator waving the flag near the players' tunnel. The flag - which was in use from 1928 until 1994 - represents 26

24 August 2018 3:43 PM Ex-postal worker pleads guilty to stealing $82k in stamps

A former US Postal Service worker from Massachusetts has pleaded guilty to stealing about $82 000 worth of postage stamps and selling some online at discounted rates. The Telegram & Gazette reports that 58-year-old David Fors, of Holden, pleaded guilty on Thursday in federal court to three counts of mail fraud. Surveillance cameras caught Fors, a mail processing 37

22 August 2018 4:17 AM 3 men face over 1 400 counts each of sexually abusing animals

Three men face more than 1 400 counts each of sexually abusing animals at a Pennsylvania farm. Prosecutors said on Monday that a teenage boy alerted state police to the abuse, which involved a variety of animals. On Saturday, police searched a property where the men live in Munson, Pennsylvania, about 210km northeast of Pittsburgh, and seized recording 32