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In the chaos, wealthy homes in the Runga district were looted and burned, and Birao's elders are now refugees.
AfricaCom took place from 12 to 14 November, at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC).
Zimbabwe's nightmares returned within months, as shoppers battled daily shortages of basics such as fuel, cooking oil, sugar and bread.
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For millions of South Africans, English is their second, or in some cases third or fourth language. As a result, they might struggle with the pronunciation of certain words.
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Anrich Nortje has affirmed his commitment to the Proteas and South African cricket as he continues to impress with ball in hand.
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Accused of cheating, Ferrari needs a strong result at the Brazilian Grand Prix to prove its innocence.
Mickey Arthur could become Sri Lanka's new head coach before his predecessor has even had his contract terminated.
The incredible 'Desert Rose' ring is making headlines at the prestigious Salon + Design in New York. The original design is the perfect example of sustainable jewelry, using ethically mined diamonds direct from South African mines.
Bongani Zungu has been ruled out of Sunday's match between Bafana Bafana and Sudan.
Dlamini, after a brief hiatus from public service, is back.
The Standard Bank Polo in the Park takes place on Saturday 16 November at the picturesque Steyn City. Here's what you need to know:
The two men were convicted of the murder of a 16-year-old teenager and were sentenced to 23 years and 18 years in prison respectively.
Zander Lombard surged ahead of compatriot Louis Oosthuizen, who held the frist round lead in the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City.
Frans Steyn owns a house in Bloemfontein and might consider a spell with the Cheetahs before hanging up his boots for good.
According to Zimbabwe's national carrier, boarding passes are produced electronically by a Ground Handling company at the respective airport and not by Air Zimbabwe.
Just like the Springboks, Supersport's Xhosa commentary team were on top form during the recently-concluded Rugby World Cup.
Despite being troubled by kidney stones until shortly before his opening tee time on Thursday Louis Oosthuizen established a three-shot advantage after 18 holes in the Nedbank Golf Challenge.