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39-year-old set to be France's next president

France's political landscape was turned upside down on Sunday in the most influential elections Europe has seen in decades.

SADTU backs exclusion of Zuma at Cosatu MayDay rally

South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) has taken the decision to agree with unions that believe that President Jacob Zuma should not address the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) May Day rally.

Jehovah's Witnesses declared an extremist group and banned in Russia

The Supreme Court of Russia on Thursday declared the Jehovah's Witnesses Christian organisation an extremist organisation, and banned it from operating on Russian territory.

Deadly terror attack in Paris

A police man was shot and killed on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on Thursday evening.

This day in history: Banyana Banyana star killed for being gay

Today in history: a soccer star is brutally murdered for her sexual orientation, election dates extended, attempts made to assassinate a priest and the first final is played at Wembley.

Price hike to curb water usage

In an effort to encourage residents to use less water, the City is proposing a 19% increase in water and sanitation tariffs.

Bollywood legend Vinod Khanna has died

Bollywood legend Vinod Khanna has died at the age of 70, following a long battle with cancer.

Man livestreams daughter's murder on Facebook

A 21-year old Thai man livestreamed himself murdering his daughter on Facebook before taking his own life.

Spur apologises to SA for racist spat

Restaurant company, Spur, has issued an apology for the incident that took place at the Texamo Spur in The Glen Shopping Centre in Johannesburg last month.

Johnson calls Corbyn a mutton-headed mugwump

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson called leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn a mutton-headed mugwump on Wednesday night.

'Zuma must go' says Mandela's granddaughter

The late former president's eldest granddaughter spoke at the Freedom Movement rally held in Pretoria on Thursday to protest against Zuma's leadership
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