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World NowSouth African police opened fire Thursday on striking mine workers at a Lonmin's Marikana platinum mine northwest of Johannesburg, killing at least seven protesters, according to media reports....
World Now26 fruit pickers die when truck hit by coal train in South Africa: Early Friday morning, 26 South African fruit pickers died when a coal train sliced into a truck carrying around 45 workers at a rural railway crossing when the truck driver apparently...
World NowA disgraced former police chief of South Africa and Interpol boss serving a 15-year prison sentence for corruption was released Friday on medical parole, with officials insisting he didn’t get preferential treatment. Correctional Services Minister...
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — It was a most unusual burglary. Thieves got in through the bathroom window and walked past the flat-screen TV, DVD player, expensive camera and a couple of brand-new cellphones. Instead, they took 20 external hard drives...
Tags: Social Issues, Government, Richard Lee, Arts, South Africa
MANCELONA — A total of 17 athletes from Inland Lakes High School, along with several from Pellston and Ellsworth, advanced to the Division IV state track and field finals Friday at the regional meet at Mancelona High School. The Inland Lakes...
Tags: Track and Field, Lakes and Ponds, Posen, Bellaire
Willard L. Howe Sr., 91, died May 25, 2012, at his home in Johannesburg. A veterans memorial service will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 16, at Sunset Hill Cemetery in East Jordan, under the auspices of the East Jordan American Legion Post. A...
The MHSAA State Track and Field meets for all four divisions were held today at various facilities throughtout West Michigan. Below are the results for each event: Here are results from the Michigan High School Athletic Association Lower Peninsula...
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Phillip Tobias, a renowned South African paleoanthropologist and expert on early man and hominids, died Thursday. He was 86. Tobias died in a Johannesburg hospital after a long illness, according to South Africa's...
World NowPhillip Tobias, renowned South African paleoanthropologist and expert on early man and hominids, died after a long illness....
World NowThe former boss of South Africa's ruling party youth league won't be given a reprieve of his expulsion from the African National Congress for bringing the party into disrepute, a decision likely to spell the end of his political ambitions....
World NowSouth African President Jacob Zuma settles legal case over controversial painting, "The Spear" depicting him with genitals exposed: After weeks of confrontation and torment over the controversial painting, “The Spear” depicting South African...
World NowGcina Malindi, a lawyer for South African President Jacob Zuma, broke down and wept after tough questioning from a white High Court judge, in a hearing on Zuma's efforts to have a portrait depicting him with genitals exposed banned from all public...
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