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Historic moment for AmaZulu nation

AmaZulu King, Misuzulu Sinqobile Hlomesakhishlangu kaZwelithini, has officially been introduced to the ancestors and his people during his Ukungena esibayeni (entering the kraal) ceremony, known traditionally as Ukucocwa KweSilo.A strong contingent of …

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Thousands Fete South Africa’s New Zulu King

NONGOMA, SOUTH AFRICA — Thousands of people gathered at the Zulu royal palace in South Africa Saturday to witness the crowning of a new king in the country’s richest and most influential traditional monarchy.Misuzulu Zulu, 47, ascended to the throne on…

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Father sentenced to 22 years’ imprisonment for daughter’s rape

NELSPRUIT – A 38-year-old father is expected to spend the next 22 years behind bars for raping and impregnating his 17-year-old biological daughter at Mahushu outside Hazyview in March 2019.The victim was invited to her grandparent’s place where they r…

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Suspects arrested during Operation Restore

CAPE TOWN – Determined to bring law and order to crime affected areas, members of Operation Restore were deployed in Mfuleni late last night when they spotted vehicles on an open field near Blue Downs stadium under suspicious circumstances. The members…

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African Migratory Birds Threatened by Hot, Dry Weather

MOMBASA, KENYA — Africa’s migratory birds are threatened by changing weather patterns in the center and east of the continent that have depleted natural water systems and caused a devastating drought.Hotter and drier conditions due to climate change ma…

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