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article 18 April 2015 World, South Africa
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South Africa violence: shops looted in xenophobic attacks

South African police fire rubber bullets at looters as Xenophobic attacks spread to Johannesburg. At least four people have been killed since violence erupted in Durban two weeks ago.

article 17 April 2015 World, South Africa
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Jamal Osman by South Africa violence provokes anger of a continent

South Africa is not like any other country - it has a special place in the hearts of ordinary Africans. But that could change after the recent fatal attacks on immigrants.

article 16 April 2015 World, South Africa
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South Africa: police move to stop anti-migrant violence

Police in the South African capital fire rubber bullets and tear gas on protesters who had been staging an anti-immigrant demonstration and pelted vehicles and police with rocks.

article 15 April 2015 World, South Africa
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Jamal Osman by Burnt alive: violence against migrants in South Africa

In the past 48 hours at least five immigrants have been killed in the latest in a string of xenophobic attacks in Durban, South Africa. Most of the pictures are too graphic to show.

article 11 March 2015 World, South Africa
Reporter mugged while waiting to go live on air
Reporter mugged while waiting to go live on air - video

Two muggers are caught on camera in South Africa robbing a reporter and his production team as they wait to do a live report outside a Johannesburg hospital.

video 13 February 2015 World, South Africa

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South Africa parliament chaos as MPs challenge Zuma - video

South Africa's parliament descends into chaos as opposition lawmakers are forcibly removed after disrupting President Jacob Zuma's annual address over corruption allegations.

post 21 January 2015
Read more from Alex Thomson on his blog Does Dave King deserve a second chance at Rangers?

Scottish football faces its own Ched Evans syndrome. Should a man with a past be given a second chance to have a high-profile position in (potentially) big-money football?

video 08 December 2014 UK, South Africa

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Shrien Dewani cleared: 'More questions than answers' - video

Anish Hindocha, brother of Anni Dewani, says his family "will never be able to heal" after Shrien Dewani was cleared of Anni's murder - and there are "more questions than answers" after the trial.

article 08 December 2014 World, South Africa
Shrien and Anni Dewani on their honeymoon (Getty Images)
Shrien Dewani 'not guilty' as judge stops murder trial

The family of Anni Dewani, whose husband has been cleared of her murder during the couple's South Africa honeymoon, say they are "deeply disappointed" that the justice system has failed them.

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