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2017-09-08 18:22
This file image provided by Nasa, shows an extreme ultra-violet wavelength image of solar flare captured. (File, AP)

This file image provided by Nasa, shows an extreme ultra-violet wavelength image of solar flare captured. (File, AP)

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Cape Town - Hlaudi Motsoeneng, the SABC and Tebele ordered to pay legal costs for SABC8; an update on the biggest quake in the century and DStv and internet connection could be affected by solar storm.

I don't regret championing SABC ban on broadcast of violent protests - Motsoeneng

A defiant Hlaudi Motsoeneng still stands behind his SABC editorial policy, despite a ruling by the Independent Communications Authority of SA that it was illegal.

Read more here.

Massive solar storm could affect DStv and internet

he strongest solar storm in a decade could interfere with South Africans watching DStv, or using mobile phones, GPS or the internet on Friday.

Read here.

Mexican quake biggest in century

The death toll from a powerful earthquake that struck Mexico has risen to 32, the governor of the southern state of Oaxaca said on Friday.

Read more here.

SABC, Motsoeneng and Tebele ordered to pay legal costs for SABC8

The Johannesburg Labour Court has found that former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng, former head of news Simon Tebele and the SABC must each pay a portion of the legal costs for the wrongful dismissal of the SABC8.

Read here.

WATCH: Mugabe says Mantashe 'stupidly' reacted to his remarks about Mandela

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has reportedly accused ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe of reacting "stupidly" when he called on him to stop attacking Nelson Mandela's legacy.

Watch here.

Smit warns Boks against complacency

Springbok great John Smit believes the Rugby Championship clash with the Wallabies in Perth on Saturday will be the Boks' toughest test of 2017 thus far.

Read more here.

Zimbabwean-born online star sparks interest from Kim Kardashian, Nicki Minaj

We caught up with Zimbabwean-born social media sensation, Dylan Kardashian (born Dylan Musanhu), about getting regrammed by Nicki Minaj and how Iggy Azalea got his Instagram taken down.

Read more about him here.

Update: Home Affairs announce Zim special permit reapplications

Home Affairs announced on Friday that they will reopen the Zimbabwean Special Permit (ZSP) reapplications under a new project called Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP).

Read more here.

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