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PICS: Sunshine Tour to continue despite vandalism to course

Golfing competition The Sunshine Tour will go ahead, this despite vandalism on parts of the Wild Coast Sun Golf Course that threatened the tournaments continuation.

Boks: Another new loosie combo in Mendoza?

Fiddling with combinations in the Springbok loose trio has been commonplace of late … and it may not stop for the away clash with Argentina, says <strong> Rob Houwing </strong>

Businessinsider.co.za | MiWay CEO triggers right-wing rage with his tweets about Afrikaners

A right-wing storm erupted after the CEO of the short-term insurer MiWay commented on 'The Lost Boys of Bird Island'.

UK woman rescued after falling from cruise ship and enduring 10-hours in the Adriatic sea

Croatia's coast guard says a British woman has been saved after spending 10 hours in the Adriatic Sea at night after she fell from a cruise ship - how and why she fell remains unclear and is being investigated.

800 000 displaced in flooding in southern Indian state

Officials say around 800 000 people have been displaced and over 350 have died in the worst flooding in a century in southern India's Kerala state.

Sixth suspect in Dumisani Masilela murder arrested

Gauteng police have arrested the final suspect sought in the murder of actor and football player Dumisani Masilela.

Mourinho fumes as United crash

Jose Mourinho admitted Manchester United had paid the price for "incredible mistakes" in their dismal 3-2 defeat at Brighton.

Brighton pile misery on Mourinho's woeful United

Jose Mourinho's fears over failing to sign a new centre-back were realised as a shambolic defensive display saw his Manchester United side lose to Brighton.

I even survived assassination attempts - Prince Buthelezi celebrates his 90th birthday

Celebrating his 90th birthday, Zulu Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi said that while he had a blessed life, he had survived many challenges.

Weather Update: Fine day for the interior while the coast will be cool

A fine to warm day is predicted for the northern provinces, but on the coast it is expected to be cool to cold and cloudy.

Regional leaders call for calm ahead of Zimbabwe poll ruling

Southern African leaders have called for calm in Zimbabwe as the country awaits a Constitutional Court hearing on President Emmerson Mnangagwa's disputed election victory.

WATCH: Meet the unlucky dog that's been overlooked 3000 times

After 300 days in an animal shelter, Blue is still looking for a new home.

WATCH: Palestinians sort through 8 years of mail held by Israel

Palestinian postal workers in the West Bank are sifting through eight years' worth of undelivered mail held by Israel.

Best of City Press: Ramaphosa faces fightback, Post Office in R200m debacle, and EFF accused of gender violence

In case you missed it, here are some of the best-read stories from City Press on Sunday, 19 August.

Safety of police stations and cops to be scrutinised in Parliament

National Police Commissioner General Kehla Sitole has been asked to brief Parliament on security measures at police stations and to protect officers, the Parliamentary Police Committee said.

WATCH: Fresh quake rocks Indonesia's Lombok island

A strong earthquake has rocked the Indonesian island of Lombok, triggering landslides, damaging buildings and sending people fleeing just two weeks after a tremor killed more than 480 people there.

WATCH: Grace Mugabe takes the mic at 'Blue Roof'

Grace Mugabe is still enjoying the high life and appears undiminished by her husband's unceremonious fall from power last year, a new video appears to show.

Rassie names Bok squad to travel to Argentina

Rassie Erasmus, the SA Rugby Director of Rugby, has named a squad of 28 players for the visit to Argentina, where the Springboks will face the Pumas in Mendoza.

Municipalities to blame for 'contamination of Vaal River system' - Parliament

A lack of maintenance in sewage infrastructure by municipalities is to blame for contamination into the Vaal River system, Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Water and Sanitation has said.
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