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A disgruntled couple’s attempt to have a senior and junior partners’ names struck off the attorneys roll is premature, a judge ruled.
Mooiplaats residents willing to be relocated were left frustrated after their expected move was met with fierce opposition.
Coulson heard hacked messages
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson acknowledged that he listened to hacked voicemail messages while he was editor of the tabloid.
Mexican mayor arrested for extortion
Saudis detain prominent rights lawyer
Syria media killings on the rise
Tsarnaev’s restrictions may be eased
Economists predict 2.5% growth for SA
Strikes and subdued Chinese appetite for commodities will weigh on economy this year.
Cosatu condemns threats against Vavi
SA hedge fund regulations published
Zimbabwe stocks slide to 15 month low
EU firms win big Angola oil contract
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New research shows a cavewoman diet is potentially one of the most effective ways to slim.
Clooney chooses brains and beauty
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