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[Daily Maverick] Australia, Bangladesh, England and New Zealand will slog it out in Group A of the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy. Here’s everything you need to know. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.

[Daily Maverick] Australia, Bangladesh, England and New Zealand will slog it out in Group A of the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy. Here's everything you need to know. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

SA Rugby Sevens Academy Claim French Tournament

[News24Wire] The SA Rugby Sevens Academy on Sunday won the Howard Hinton Sevens in Tours, France by defeating a New Zealand Select 22-7 in the final to round of a great week for SA Rugby’s sevens programme.

[News24Wire] The SA Rugby Sevens Academy on Sunday won the Howard Hinton Sevens in Tours, France by defeating a New Zealand Select 22-7 in the final to round of a great week for SA Rugby's sevens programme.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

More Rain Frustrations for South Africa ‘A’

[News24Wire] South Africa ‘A’ suffered more rain frustration in match two of their tour to the United Kingdom after their clash against Derbyshire at the County Ground was washed out on Monday.

[News24Wire] South Africa 'A' suffered more rain frustration in match two of their tour to the United Kingdom after their clash against Derbyshire at the County Ground was washed out on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Minister Invokes Sub Judice Rule Over ‘State Capture’ Claims

[News24Wire] Cooperative Governance Minister Des Van Rooyen will not be commenting on Sunday’s media reports that the Gupta’s picked up the tab for his visit to Dubai in 2015 because the issue is sub judice, his office said.

[News24Wire] Cooperative Governance Minister Des Van Rooyen will not be commenting on Sunday's media reports that the Gupta's picked up the tab for his visit to Dubai in 2015 because the issue is sub judice, his office said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Crackdown On Media Ahead 2017 Vote

[HRW] Kenya will hold presidential and general elections in August. Campaigns are a difficult time for Kenyans, who may associate voting with tension and chaos. They keenly remember how 2007 post-election violence split groups down ethnic lines and lef…

[HRW] Kenya will hold presidential and general elections in August. Campaigns are a difficult time for Kenyans, who may associate voting with tension and chaos. They keenly remember how 2007 post-election violence split groups down ethnic lines and left more than 1,000 people dead and hundreds of thousands displaced. Kenya's media play a key role in reporting on election-related subjects critical to voters, like corruption, police brutality, and land acquisition. Yet Kenya's journalists, already facing obstacles

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

An Open Apology to Sex Workers

[Daily Maverick] I am writing to you now that my fingers can type again after feeling numb with disbelief at the South African Law Reform Commission’s recommendations released just before the weekend.

[Daily Maverick] I am writing to you now that my fingers can type again after feeling numb with disbelief at the South African Law Reform Commission's recommendations released just before the weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ex-Teacher Delays Murder Trial Over Legal Representation

[News24Wire] The trial of a former teacher and his friend, who are accused of killing a Grade 10 pupil near Mokopane, and then trying to get rid of her head at a taxi rank, has been postponed to Wednesday.

[News24Wire] The trial of a former teacher and his friend, who are accused of killing a Grade 10 pupil near Mokopane, and then trying to get rid of her head at a taxi rank, has been postponed to Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Flush Only If ‘Absolutely’ Necessary – City of Cape Town

[News24Wire] The drought crisis in Cape Town has reached its most critical level to date and the city is now urging residents to spend no more than two minutes in the shower and only flush the toilet “when absolutely necessary”.

[News24Wire] The drought crisis in Cape Town has reached its most critical level to date and the city is now urging residents to spend no more than two minutes in the shower and only flush the toilet "when absolutely necessary".

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa