Botswana, Francistown

Botswana, Francistown

Botswana, Francistown

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Ford recalls models due to fire risk
Ford South Africa has announced another fire risk-related recall, this time on its entry-level Figos and Ikons.
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Google scrubbing private medical records
Alphabet’s Google has quietly decided to scrub an entire category of online content personal medical records from its search results.
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WATCH: One step closer to cheaper, faster internet from space
Ultra-fast, lag-free Internet that comes to your PC or smartphone via satellite instead of a wire into your home.
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In-app tipping for Uber drivers
Uber has introduced in-app tipping for drivers.
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CSA showdown looms for AB de Villiers
“It’s my main dream to win a World Cup for South Africa, or to be part of it in one way or another.”
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VIDEO: Hamilton says Vettel disgraced himself
“It’s dangerous driving and to get a 10-seconds penalty for that... I don’t need to say anything else.”
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Bongani Zungu aspires to Champions League
The shadow of South African legend Benni McCarthy hovers over Bongani Zungu each time he goes out for a walk in Portugal, writes Mohau Ramashidja.
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Beaten Proteas still not firing on all cylinders
England fully deserved their 2-1 series victory, having played most of the cricket and unearthed most of the potential in this experimental road trip.
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US urges Qatar, Arab neighbours to 'sit together' to ease tension
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson also called for a "lowering of rhetoric" to "help ease the tension between the warring countries.
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Home Affairs apologises for closure of offices
The Department of Home Affairs apologised for the closure of most of its offices on Saturday due to staff shortages.
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Mozambique: Audit into 'hidden debts' shows at least $713m missing
The Mozambican Attorney-General’s Office on Saturday published the long awaited executive summary of the audit of three companies.
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WATCH: Protesters slam Zuma for hosting 'an illegitimate president'
DRC nationals protesting in Pretoria vowed they would not leave until they delivered their message to President Joseph Kabila.
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