DURBAN, South Africa (Reuters) - At least one person was killed and up to 50 more were trapped under rubble after a half-built shopping mall collapsed near the South ... It was not yet clear what had caused the collapse. Television …
South African emergency workers called off a search for survivors under a collapsed half-built mall near ... sites in South Africa. The use of illegal migrants from Mozambique, Zimbabwe or Swaziland is common. Although the cause of the …
Rescue workers and their dogs on Wednesday were sifting through the rubble of a South African mall that ... The reason for the collapse isn’t yet known. But one politician, the district mayor, said local officials had already warned mall
South Africa pegged one back in the second T20I ... He paced the innings perfectly to avoid another collapse and accelerated towards the end with aplomb. He …
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Cape Town: An unbeatable 2-1 lead already in its grasp, the Indian women's cricket team would look to extend its domination in the shortest format and achieve a …
This judgement fits comfortably with the views of (typically white) critics who warned that under majority rule South Africa would follow the path of countries such as …
South Africa - Cyril Ramaphosa was elected by parliament as South Africa’s president on Thursday, marking a turning point for the country after the slow-motion collapse of the once-legendary ruling party under Jacob Zuma. Zuma …
ALSO READ: South Africa beat India by 72 runs to take 1-0 lead And then, poof! That old phantom emerged, embraced India in its deathly bear grip, and off they gladly went, as equals, into that afterlife known as The Great Indian Batting …
After weeks of resisting efforts to dislodge him, embattled South African President Jacob Zuma is expected ... A similar policy led to steep economic decline and …