Serena prepares for her comeback
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Serena prepares for her comeback

Serena Williams, who has not played a competitive match since capturing last year’s Australian Open,…

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Taking care of your wheels
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Taking care of your wheels

Change your oil Every car maker has different things to say when it comes to…

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Bolt’s uneasy life in the slow lane
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Bolt’s uneasy life in the slow lane

A misty-eyed Usain Bolt sat in a cramped, poorly ventilated room in Johannesburg last week…

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Mayweather heads to  the octagon
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Mayweather heads to the octagon

Floyd Mayweather’s MMA debut is now a matter of when rather than if after he…

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Winnie Mandela discharged from hospital
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Winnie Mandela discharged from hospital

JOHANNESBURG.— South Africa South African anti-apartheid activist Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was discharged from hospital yesterday after…

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Kenya’s Raila Odinga swears self as president
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Kenya’s Raila Odinga swears self as president

NAIROBI. — Kenyan authorities suspended television and radio stations yesterday as supporters of opposition leader…

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British Prime Minister dispatches envoy
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British Prime Minister dispatches envoy

President Mnangagwa’s administration is making headway in taking Zimbabwe onto the global arena, with the…

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Ndoro in trouble, Rusike keeps scoring
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Ndoro in trouble, Rusike keeps scoring

AJAX CAPE TOWN striker Tendai Ndoro will on Monday travel to Johannesburg to meet with…

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Sánchez’s small acts of genius
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Sánchez’s small acts of genius

‘Focus on something green’
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‘Focus on something green’

Finally, the “Grand Slam of the Asia-Pacific” has a new Asian hero to idolise. 273 total…

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Wozniacki wins Australian Open
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Wozniacki wins Australian Open

A determined Caroline Wozniacki yesterday held firm to shake off a tenacious challenge from Simona…

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Big names skip Windies’  World Cup qualifiers
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Big names skip Windies’ World Cup qualifiers

Chris Gayle was named in the West Indies’ squad for the 2019 World Cup qualifying…

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Friends reunited at Aussie Open
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Friends reunited at Aussie Open

Roger Federer had taken his family away to a remote island in the Maldives last…

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Kissing athlete exonerated
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Kissing athlete exonerated

As Winter Olympic athletes begin preparing for South Korea, USA sprinter Gil Roberts claimed a…

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ED’s hectic schedule
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ED’s hectic schedule

From Happiness Zengeni in Davos, Switzerland President Mnangagwa accelerated his interactions with key global institutions…

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