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15 January 2019 2:49 PM Durban musician Charlie Ridgway appears in court for girlfriend's murder

Durban musician Charlie Ridgway appeared in the Pinetown Magistrate's Court on Tuesday for the murder of his girlfriend. The 56-year-old musician of Gillitts, was released on R2 000 bail and was ordered to hand in his British passport. His girlfriend, 55-year-old Jenny King of Forest Hills, was found dead in the bedroom of her home by a relative on Saturday 328

15 January 2019 10:21 AM SAFA refutes former CEO's Gupta link claims

Cape Town - The South African Football Association (SAFA) has denied claims made by former CEO Leslie Sedibe that millions of rands were illegally received ahead of the 2010 Soccer World Cup. According to Sunday World, Sedibe revealed that former Local Organising Committee (LOC) head and current SAFA president Danny Jordaan set up a meeting with Ajay Gupta 75

11 January 2019 12:38 PM Provincial cricketer cleared to play after 'gun ban'

Cape Town - Provincial cricketer Qaasim Adams has been cleared to play club cricket while serving a ban for a gun-related incident that took place in November last year. According to the clubcricket.co.za website, Adams will resume playing for United Cricket Club in the Western Province Cricket Association First Division A. According to the report, Adams 63

11 January 2019 3:27 AM WATCH: Top World news videos for today

Standing along the Rio Grande, US President Donald Trump says "a lot of the crime in our country is caused by what's coming through here". Senator Bernie Sanders is apologising to women who've shared experiences of harassment by male supervisors while working on his 2016 presidential campaign. Residents of Goma, the provincial capital of North Kivu in eastern 73

08 January 2019 8:27 AM Paarl Boys' High respond to accusations of player poaching

Cape Town - Paarl Boys' High have responded to accusations from several other schools that they have been guilty of player poaching. According to an article on the schoolboyrugby.co.za website, SACS and Wynberg from Cape Town are the latest two schools to express concern over players moving from Cape Town to Paarl. Framesby from Port Elizabeth and Jeppe 62

07 January 2019 7:30 PM Netflix's 2019 rally continues with analysts bullish on subscriber growth

Netflix rallied on Monday, in the latest move higher for the stock, which hasn’t had a negative session thus far in 2019. Shares gained 5.5%, on track for the third straight rise, as well as the seventh advance of the past eight trading days (on the day when the stock didn’t rise, it ended the day unchanged.) The video-streaming company has surged nearly 79

07 January 2019 7:45 AM We've seized control of govt 'to restore democracy', says Gabon army

Soldiers in Gabon have appeared on state television saying they have launched a coup in the west African country. Early Monday an army soldier, flanked by two others holding guns, read out a statement saying the military has seized control of the government "to restore democracy" to the country. Residents of the capital, Libreville, report that military 56

06 January 2019 8:37 AM SA’s Dulux dog, Oscar, dies

Cape Town – The fluffy face of Dulux paint in South Africa, Oscar, has died. According to a report by Comaro Chronicle, Oscar was imported from Belgium in 2009 by Sue Green and had been ill for the past year. Not only did he make countless TV appearances but he was also part of JOY Dogs – a therapeutic program that visits schools and facilities for the aged. Orion 154

05 January 2019 6:43 AM World's most-prized fish sold for R43 million at Tokyo auction

A 278-kilogram bluefin tuna sold for $3.1m (R43m) at a Tokyo fish market Saturday. The record price - which equates to about $5 000 a pound - is more than double the previous high set in 2013, according to Masayuki Fukuda, an official in charge of trading operations at the Tokyo market. The record-topping fish was caught off Oma in northern Japan. It was sold on the first 74

03 January 2019 1:05 PM Almost 500 people killed on Thai roads during New Year holidays

A total of 463 people died and nearly 4 000 others were injured in road accidents in Thailand between December 27 and January 2, according to officials. The figure is higher than the one from New Year holidays a year ago, when 423 people were killed in road accidents. On New Year's Day alone, 89 people were killed, while almost 700 more were injured 57