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  1. South Africa: A New Chapter In A Wine Success StoryRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    We got into wine, gastronomy and travel for passion. We love what we do and want to share it with you.


  2. Superfast 1,000mph car heads to the regionRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Darlington and Stockton Times

    A SUPERFAST 1,000mph car will be zooming its way in to the Croft Circuit this month to help 'inspire a generation'. The 'Bloodhound SuperSonic Car', sponsored by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, will be visiting the region as part of the North-East heat of the Greenpower competition.


  3. 10 of our favourite Warrington Walking Day 2015 picturesRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Warrington Guardian

    SUNSHINE, check! Big smiles, check! We took lots of lovely pictures at this year's Warrington Walking Day but here's just a small selection of some of our favourites. For more re-visit the live blog here or get a copy of the Warrington Guardian next week for a Walking Day picture special.


  4. Ethiopia: Ethio-South Africa Relations Growing SteadilyRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    Ethiopia and South Africa are fostering their cooperation by strengthening economic and business relations, Ethiopia's Ambassador to South Africa said. Ethiopian Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary in South Africa, Mulugela Kelil Beshir, told ENA that the bilateral ties of the countries serves as a stepping stone to the prospects of South African investment in Ethiopia.


  5. South Africa: Tutus Renew Wedding Vows On 60th AnniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

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    It was love all around for Anglican Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu - fondly dubbed the Arch - and his wife Leah as they celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary by renewing their vows on Thursday at St. George's Cathedral in Cape Town. It was their daughter, Reverend Canon Mpho Tutu who presided over the part of the ceremony where the couple renewed their vows.


  6. Super Rugby: There's a first time for everythingRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Highlanders wing Jeff Wilson is chased by Crusaders flanker Reuben Thorne in the 1999 Super 12 final at Carisbrook. Photo / Mark Mitchell Meanwhile, the Press in Christchurch had a dig at their beaten Highlanders rivals after the 1999 Super Rugby final when they delivered a front-page banner proclaiming "Party at Toddy's, pass it on".


  7. Barack Obama's grandmother to cook for President on Kenya tripRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Hindustan Times

    US President Barack Obama's grandmother, known as Mama Sarah, vowed on Friday to cook a traditional meal for her grandson when he visits Kenya, the birthplace of his father, later this month. "With regards to what food I will prepare for Barack on his visit, I will prepare all the traditional food available," she said, speaking her Luo language through a translator on a visit to Nairobi.


  8. Durban July feverRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    The punters are heading in, the outfits have been bought and the marquee village at the venue for on Saturday's Vodacom Durban July is "bigger and better" than ever before. The economic impact will be more than R440 million, with R100m coming from the on-course betting alone, according to Tourism KZN.


  9. Shocking moment leopard attacks tour guide caught on cameraRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Metro UK News

    And you won't be surprised to hear it was the wild animal that lost since the Kruger National Park guide was in a truck. The footage showed the leopard grabbing on to Curtis Plumb's arm at the South African reserve while he drove a terrified group of tourists.


  10. Airfare: South Africa in the spring is yours for $883 round trip from LAXRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    Children walk to school at Alexandra township in Johannesburg, South Africa. Lufthansa is offering an $883 round-trip airfare from LAX to Johannesburg for travel beginning in October.


  11. Capuchin monkeys use sticks to pick their NOSE: Primate captured...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    It is seen as a rather dirty habit in human societies, but it appears some monkeys have found a more hygienic way of picking their nose. Researchers have reported seeing a wild female bearded capuchin monkey using a stick to root around in one of her nostrils.


  12. Guiseley doctor who tackled Ebola in Africa has his bravery recognised with a medalRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Wharfedale Observer

    A GUISELEY doctor is poised to become one of the country's first recipients of a new medal recognising the bravery and hard work of thousands of people who helped tackle Ebola in West Africa. Professor John Wright was among the initial wave of British medics who travelled from the UK to work in the high-risk area of Sierra Leone in a bid to halt the spread of the deadly disease.


  13. Ireland one of four bidders for 2023 WCRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago |

    Robbie Henshaw could be in line to play in a World Cup match in Dublin if Ireland win the right to host the competition in 2023 Ireland will take on France, Italy and South Africa for the right to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup after the four countries were officially confirmed as the bidders for the competition. World Rugby, the organisation that runs the world cup, confirmed on Friday that the USA, which had expressed interest in lodging a bid, had decided not to proceed, and that four countries had submitted applications to host the tournament.


  14. Cable Compendium: a guide to the week's submarine and terrestrial developmentsRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    Following the deployments, the USD700 million cable, which is being built by an Orange Group -led consortium, now serves 18 countries, with landing stations in France, Portugal, the Canary Islands, Mauritania, Senegal, Gambia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Cote d'Ivoire, Benin, Ghana, Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Sao Tome and Principe. Two landlocked countries, Mali and Niger, are connected via a terrestrial extension.


  15. Woman has to leave behind spouse, kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago |

    A Zimbabwean woman who faces the "devastating prospect" of being indefinitely separated from her South African husband and four children has turned to the Western Cape High Court to challenge the constitutionality of South Africa's Immigration Act. Lea Stewart, 39, moved to South Africa with her husband Heath and their boys Joshua, Aiden, Luke and Ethan, all of whom have South African citizenship, in May last year, hoping to secure a better future for the children.


  16. Dar lady boxer calls for supportRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | IPPMEDIA

    Tanzania's professional Light Flyweight female boxer, Fatuma Yazidu, has urged sports stakeholders in the country to support her preparation for and participation in an international non-title fight slated to take place in South Africa next month. Omary Yazidu, who is the boxer's coach, said the boxer's request for support has also been extended to the Ilala Municipal mayor, Jerry Silaa.


  17. Are Prince Harry's Fun Times Over?By Tom SykesRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Daily Beast

    Harry is in Namibia for three months, working as a wildlife ranger. It's valuable work, but for how long can his seemingly charmed, globetrotting life continue? So, Prince Harry has arrived in Namibia, southern Africa, where he will spend the next three months working as a wildlife ranger.


  18. South Africa: Youth League Wants Initiation School On Table Mountain ReserveRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago |

    A portion of Table Mountain national park should be made available for boys undergoing traditional initiation as there is a shortage of suitable land in the Western Cape, the provincial ANC Youth League said on Thursday. "Table Mountain as a national heritage site is actually suitable as a delivery site to host initiates, thereby allowing them the necessary privacy as the inherent requirement for the initiates," said youth league spokesperson Siyabulela Tom.


  19. Tanzania's biolarvicides to boost Africa's anti-malaria campaignRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | IPPMEDIA

    President Jakaya Kikwete yesterday graced the inauguration of construction works for the anti-malaria biolarvicide plant in Kibaha Coast Region. The inauguration was led by Ethiopia's Prime Minister, Hailemariam Dessalegin who is the Chairman of African Leaders Malaria Alliance .


  20. Development Partners Ready To Support Ethiopia's Green Economy - Friday, 03 July 2015 07:00Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Walta Information Centre

    Addis Ababa. 3 July 2015 - A number of Ethiopia's development partners have voiced their readiness to help this country realize its Climate-Resilient Green Economy Strategy.