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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Report Says 50 New Debris Pieces Found In South Africa, But Official Search To End Empty-Handed

40 minutes agoNews : The Inquisitr - News

A new report this week by Fox News correspondent Paul Tilsley claims that as many as 50 pieces of debris possibly from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 have been found by amateur searchers along coastlines in South Africa — the same region of the southwestern Indian Ocean where all of the confirmed and “highly... Show More Summary

Cricket-Australia captain Smith to return home from Sri Lanka to rest

Aug 25 (Reuters) - Australia captain Steve Smith is to leave the tour of Sri Lanka and return home to rest ahead of their limited-overs series in South Africa before they host the Proteas at the start of a heavy home schedule.

South Africa's Tutu checks into hospital for infection

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Veteran South African anti-apartheid campaigner Desmond Tutu checked into a Cape Town hospital for a recurring infection, his daughter said on Wednesday, a bug that put the former cleric hospital for a week last year.

African bird shows signs of evil stepdad behavior

An African desert-dwelling male bird favors his biological sons and alienates his stepsons, suggests new research. The species is the southern pied babbler, a black and white bird found in Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Show More Summary

Gay Couple Makes History In South Africa With Birth Of Triplets

A gay couple have become the first recorded same-sex couple in South Africa to have children born of both parents’ DNA by way of a surrogate mother. Christo and Theo Menelaou reportedly fertilized a single egg each by way of their surrogate, resulting in the birth of triplets. Show More Summary

Triplets Born With Two Biological Dads Make LGBT -- and Medical -- History

Post by Liz Alterman. History has been made! A same-sex couple in South Africa just welcomed a set of triplets, born via surrogate, using the DNA of both fathers. They're the first triplets ever with two biological dads, and if you're...Show More Summary

South Africa: Who Could Replace Jacob Zuma as ANC Leader?

In the wake of its worst election result in more than 20 years, South Africa’s governing party is getting ready for a shake-up at the top. Despite taking more than 50 percent of the vote, the African National Congress (ANC) lost control...Show More Summary

South Africa’s First Black Female Pilot Sets Stage For Others To Follow

Asnath Mahapa’s father was against her becoming a pilot, but his resistance didn’t stop her. Not only did she become a pilot, but Mahapa became South Africa’s first black female pilot, according to CNN. She started going to flight school after dropping out of the University of Cape Town, which came with it’s own challenges, […]

South Africa's Gordhan says under 'no obligation' to meet police

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Wednesday he was under no obligation to present himself to police because he was not a suspect in an investigation into a covert unit in the revenue service.

Gay Couple Makes Medical History, Welcomes Triplets Born with Both Fathers’ DNA: WATCH

10 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Christo and Theo Menalaou, a gay couple who just had triplets in South Africa, have made medical history. Their newborns Joshua, Zoe, and Kate are the first triplets ever born with both of their fathers’ DNA. International Business Times report… Read The post Gay Couple Makes Medical History, Welcomes Triplets Born with Both Fathers’ DNA: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.

UPDATE 1-Rugby-"Beast" Mtawarira to equal Bok prop record

BUENOS AIRES, Aug 24 (Reuters) - South Africa's Tendai Mtawarira will equal two-time World Cup winner Os du Randt's record as most-capped prop for the Springboks after being named in the starting line-up for the Rugby Championship clash with Argentina in Salta on Saturday.

Turkey Targets Gulen-Inspired Projects Around the World

 In past years, big names in South Africa picked up the annual Gulen Peace Award, a local accolade inspired by a Turkish preacher who has been blamed by Turkey for an attempted coup last month. Both Nobel laureate Desmond Tutu and Graca Machel, an activist and widow of Nelson Mandela, have been feted in the […]

WIOCC Plans Johannesbug Metro Buildout

There's a new metro buildout in the works over in South Africa, according to Capacity.  WIOCC has big plans for the Johanneburg metro area, and intends to build out metro access to some 40+ PoPs there. ... [visit site to read more]

Rugby-South Africa team to play Argentina

SALTA, Argentina, Aug 24 (Reuters) -- South Africa coach Allister Coetzee named the following team to play Argentina in their Rugby Championship match at the Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena on Saturday: 15-Johan Goosen, 14-Ruan Combrink,...Show More Summary

How South Africa's Racist Government Waged a Propaganda War in the UK

14 hours agoNews : Vice News

A look at the shadowy operation that lobbied in the UK for South Africa's apartheid government.

South Africa Workshop Promotes Ship Energy Efficiency

 An International Maritime Organization (IMO) workshop is raising awareness of the Organization’s regulatory regime dealing with improving energy efficiency

South Africa's great white sharks headed for extinction?

“Within three years, all the great white sharks off the shore of Gansbaai will be gone — mark my words,” one diver said

South African Caster Semenya's extraordinary story

South Africa's Caster Semenya takes 800m gold, overshadowing past speculation about "being different".

South Africa's Independent Media builds platforms for the future

Vaulting from medicine to media is an uncommon career move, but South Africa's Dr. Iqbal Survé was inspired to make the jump by a most unusual man: President Nelson Mandela. Today Dr. Survé is Executive Chairman, Independent Media, and Founder & Chairman, Sekunjalo Group. Read more...

Cricket-First test drawn as sodden outfield prevails at Kingsmead

DURBAN, Aug 23 (Reuters) - The first test between South Africa and New Zealand ended in a damp draw on Tuesday without a ball bowled over the final three-and-a-half days due to a sodden outfield at Kingsmead.

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