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News from South Africa, Suid Afrika Sun - Apr, 30 2017

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Palestinian hunger strike is food for thought
Fifty-one years after the first hunger strike was launched on Robben Island, we are witnessing another, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
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Yes, a man can die better than these men
Remember Chris Hani, Steve Biko and others as you blithely enjoy the freedom they died for, writes Don Makatile.
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It's back on your bicycle as Beijing attempts to reduce its carbon footprint
China has one of the world's biggest transport markets
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Big win for little folk in nuclear plant fight
For Trudi Malan the sensational ruling in the Western High Court, blocking the government’s R1 trillion nuclear programme, is a victory for the “little guy”.
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WATCH: Gymnast takes leap of faith to find his calling
River Makings was on the verge of achieving his biggest dream: he had just qualified for the 2014 Commonwealth Games. But then he broke his ankle...
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Khomani San: the first people of the Kalahari
The modern lifestyle of many Khomani San youth means much of the old culture has been lost, writes Brendan Magaar.
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Parly committee welcomes Fica Bill signing
Parliament's finance standing committee added its voice to those welcoming the signing by President Jacob Zuma of the Fica Bill into law.
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Auction to help head-on crash victim
A weekend at a coastal resort for a family of four, a scuba diving course and a nail course will be on auction to raise funds for Hunter Tilling’s medical bills.
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WATCH: Zuma should listen and step down, says Ndileka Mandela
In an interview with Al Jazeera, Ndileka Mandela, the granddaughter of Nelson Mandela, was asked whether she supported calls for President Jacob Zuma to step down.
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Le Pen names nationalist as PM
French far-right presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen has named defeated first-round candidate Nicolas Dupont-Aignan as her chosen prime minister.
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Pope urges unity against fanaticism
Pope Francis warned against religious fanaticism, wrapping up a brief trip to Cairo where he urged Muslim leaders to unite against violence.
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#Bronkhorstspruit: Do not harbour ill feelings, says Lesufi
As a government, we are not here to choose who is guilty and who is not guilty,” said MEC Panyaza Lesufi during the funeral of the taxi driver in the Bronkhorstspruit crash.
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‘Cops targeted Lamoer as big fish’
The manner in which the probe into the finances of Arno Lamoer was conducted showed that he was targeted as “the big fish”, a court has heard
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Tanzania fires 9 932 civil servants over fake degrees
Tanzanian President John Magufuli fired 9 932 government workers after an investigative task force found they presented fake qualifications when they were employed.
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Pedestrian killed on N3 in PMB
A man was killed when he was hit by a vehicle on the N3 near New England Road in Pietermaritzburg, ER24 paramedics said.
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Phosa: SA’s democracy is under direct threat
SA’s democracy is under threat and if nothing is done about it the country will be a very short step away from dictatorship, Mathews Phosa has said.
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Thieves steal 15 high-end bicycles
Thieves helped themselves to 15 expensive bicycles after forcing open a steel roller door, which they then closed to gather their loot out of the public eye.
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UCT denies banning ‘controversial’ artworks after protests
UCT has denied reports that it banned the display of 75 pieces of artwork on its campuses, following the destruction of paintings during student protests.
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'Cops have not gathered evidence on Gallmann shooting'
Kenyan police have yet to take witness statements or gather ballistic evidence from the site of an ambush where gunmen wounded Kuki Gallmann, sources say.
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One dead, two critical in Alberton car crash
One person died and two were critically injured when two cars collided near the Kliprivier and Swartkoppies roads intersection, ER24 paramedics have said.
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