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Botswana gets first test results on elephant deaths [Video]

Botswana gets first test results on elephant deaths

Botswana said on Friday it had received test results from samples sent to Zimbabwe to determine the cause of death of hundreds of elephants but is waiting for more results from South Africa next week..

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South Africa: Many in Johannesburg are going hungry

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South Africa eases lockdown to revive the economy

While the tourist season begins in September, few travellers are expected as the country grapples with the highest number of coronavirus cases in Africa.

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South African schools reopen as COVID-19 lockdown is eased

Most schools in South Africa have reopened and those in their final years of primary and secondary school are allowed to return.

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Hospital train reaches South Africa's more remote COVID-19 patients

The country accounts for around a quarter of all Africa's COVID-19 cases.View on euronews

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Sweden says 34 year mystery of Palme assassination is solved

A Swedish prosecutor closed the case of the 1986 assassination of Prime Minister Olof Palme on Wednesday, accusing an insurance company graphic designer who died 20 years ago of the country's most..

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Federer out for rest of 2020 season after second knee surgery [Video]

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Federer announces that he is out for the rest of the 2020 season

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South African singer Jeremy Loops has revealed he teamed up with Ed Sheeran for a secret studio session, and admitted there was "something beautiful" about the idea that the superstar wanted to work..

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Australia want to host Rugby Championship "hub" [Video]

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Australia looks at hosting Rugby Championship "hub"

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South Africa eases COVID-19 restrictions [Video]

South Africa eases COVID-19 restrictions

Move comes two months after it started one of the strictest lockdowns on the continent.

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Federer is the world's highest-paid athlete, says Forbes [Video]

Federer is the world's highest-paid athlete, says Forbes

Roger Federer is the world's highest-paid athlete for 2020 with Lionel Messi knocked off the top spot amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Dairy-rich diet may lower risks of diabetes, high blood pressure [Video]

Dairy-rich diet may lower risks of diabetes, high blood pressure

A recent study links eating at least two daily servings of dairy to lower cluster of factors that heighten cardiovascular disease risk (metabolic syndrome).The observed associations were strongest for..

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Cricket players will need more mental health support, says coach Upton [Video]

Cricket players will need more mental health support, says coach Upton

Paddy Upton believes the coronavirus lockdown has been traumatic for many cricketers and teams will have to change their approach to mental health when the game resumes.

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Two antelopes born in Spanish zoo [Video]

Two antelopes born in Spanish zoo

Spanish zoo welcomes two new antelopes

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