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UK government eyes return to normal by end of June

Written by on 23 February 2021

Boris Johnson said he hopes to emerge from a ‘wretched year’ in hard-hit Britain. AFP/Alastair Grant LONDON – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday set out a four-step plan to ease coronavirus restrictions, expressing a hope that life could get back to normal by the end of June. In a statement to parliament, he outlined […]

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COVID-19: 792 new cases, 97 more deaths

Written by on 23 February 2021

File: Healthcare workers wearing personal protective equipment stand outside the Nasrec Field Hospital. AFP/Michele Spatari JOHANNESBURG – The Health Department recorded 792 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24-hours.   A further 97 deaths have been recorded, taking the death toll in South Africa 49,150. SA’s recovery rate is 93.9 percent. For more on this story, visit […]

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Zuma corruption case back in court

Written by on 23 February 2021

Former President Jacob Zuma’s fraud and corruption case is back in court on Tuesday. Zuma and French company Thales face fraud, racketeering, corruption and money laundering charges. JOHANNESBURG – Former President Jacob Zuma’s fraud and corruption case is back in court on Tuesday. Zuma and French company Thales face fraud, racketeering, corruption and money laundering […]

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Mahindra TUV 300 T8 Tough for Family

Written by on 23 February 2021

By Simphiwe Malenga I have been driving the Mahindra TUV 300 T8 for a few weeks now. The “TUV” in Mahindra stands for Tough Utility Vehicle. The TUV 300 was first announced by Mahindra & Mahindra in August 2015,the Mahindra is a well known brand in South Africa. The Mahindra TUV is an SUV, built on the Mahindra Scorpio platform. In 2020, Mahindra […]

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The New Toyota Agya is Light And Fast

Written by on 23 February 2021

Starter Pack that offers more than the price By Simphiwe Malenga Toyota South Africa  Recently Launched Its New budget car the  Agya, A New, Small, Affordable Vehicle With Appealing Design And A Fair Safety Standard. The Agya replaces the Aygo and Etios to offer the cheapest Toyota in South Africa at lower Price. It’s based […]

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I’m done: Williams walks out in tears after semi-final defeat

Written by on 18 February 2021

This hand out photo released by the Tennis Australia on February 18, 2021 shows Serena Williams of the US gets emotional at a press conference after losing her women’s semi-final match against Japan’s Naomi Osaka on day eleven of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne. Rob Prezioso/Tennis Australia/ AFP MELBOURNE – Serena Williams broke down […]

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