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President Buhari still in charge says Nigeria.

Nigeria's government has found itself having to reassure citizens that President Muhammadu Buhari is still in charge despite health concerns.

Phosa: No individual is bigger than the ANC

Mathews Phosa, said there was no place for individuals in the governing party, adding that it had always been guided by a collective leadership.

Two dead in separate Gauteng accidents

Despite plans for roadblocks in Gauteng this long weekend, two people have lost their lives in two separate accidents in Kempton Park.

EU holds summit without the UK

The European Union leaders are meeting in Brussels to discuss a strategy for negotiations with the United Kingdom over Brexit, without the UK.

JP Morgan: US economy will bounce back after low Q1 growth

Michael Feroli, Chief US Economist at JP Morgan Chase, said there were strong indications that the United States economy would make a major comeback during the second quarter of the year.

Sisulu refuses to be drawn on ANC leadership race

Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu said now was not the time to start campaigning, as the African National Congress prepares for its elective conference later this year.

Ramaphosa: ANC will continue to deliver on promises

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said the African National Congress had listened to the concerns raised by residents at Nquthu, adding that remained a priority.

Search continues for suspect who stabbed principal

Police are currently still searching for the suspect who stabbed a principal at a Bishop Lavis school.

Britain prepared to help United States punish Syria

Boris Johnson said government would feel compelled to assist the United States, if a proposal was made to take military action against the Syrian government.

Boy bitten by shark at Plett beach

A young boy has been bitten by shark at Plettenberg Bay on Saturday.

Man drowns at Durban beach

A man has drowned at a Durban beach on Saturday.
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