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The next holiday stop for Kim K and her family may be SA

If Kim Kardashian West gets her way, the Kardashian clan could be touching down on South African soil for their next family vacation.

Ed Sheeran's Shape of you is doing the most on Spotify

Ed Sheeran's dance-pop track "Shape of You" is currently the most played song ever on Spotify, putting to an end on the 11-month reign of Drake's "One Dance."

Man who dressed as a clown to attack lover's husband sentenced

A 60-year-old Australian man received an 18-month suspended sentence for attacking his lover's husband with a baseball bat - dressed as a clown.

Mugabe slams 'Giant Gold Goliath' Trump at UN

Robert Mugabe used his address to the UN Security Council to slam Donald Trump on his stance towards North Korea and climate change.

Glasgow latest city to honour Madiba with a statue

Glasgow is set to become the latest city to honour the late president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela, with a statue.

Zuma to address UN General Assembly

Over a 100 world leaders will be addressing the UN General Assembly, Zuma is number 19 on the list.

Tencent and Guangzhou Auto team up to develop tech-savvy cars

Guangzhou is keen to tap into Tencent's expertise in mobile payments, social networking, big data and artificial intelligence services.

Hurricane Maria devastates Dominica, barrels towards Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria brought maximum sustained winds of 250km/h.

Technology setback for Kenya revote

Kenya's eagerly anticipated revote may have to be delayed, as reports surface of problems related to the electronic system used in the voting.

Rhino horn smugglers adapting to increased law enforcement measures

Wildlife trade monitoring network Traffic says that rhino horn smugglers have become more sophisticated, smuggling their contraband out as luxury goods.

NZ teacher investigated over unusual punishment

The teacher, from a primary school in Rangit%u012Bkei, allegedly forced pupils to eat their morning snack while looking at pictures of human excrement.
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