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  2. Sunday Times (South Africa) - Wikipedia

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    Msomi returns to the Sunday Times as he was previously deputy editor. He also held the position of political editor of the Sunday Times and City Press. He is the author of the unauthorised biography of the previous DA leader, Mmusi Maimane. Bibliography. Allan, Jani (1980s). Face Value. Longstreet. ISBN 978-0-620-07013-3.

  3. List of newspapers in South Africa - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of newspapers in South Africa.. In 2017, there were 22 daily and 25 weekly major urban newspapers in South Africa, mostly published in English. According to a survey of the South African Audience Research Foundation, about 50% of the South African adult population are newspaper readers and 48% are magazine readers.

  4. City Press (South Africa) - Wikipedia

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    Nasionale Pers took over the publication of the newspaper as well as its sister publications, Drum and True Love & Family, on 1 April 1984. [citation needed] The newspaper is currently owned by South Africa's leading company, Media24, which is the media arm of Naspers. The editor in chief of the City Press news brand is Mondli Makhanya.

  5. Zambia women's national football team - Wikipedia

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    Later that year, they played three games in Harare against South Africa, Tanzania and Botswana. On Saturday, 2 July, South Africa won 4–1 against Zambia. On Sunday, 3 July, Zambia won 4–1 against Tanzania. On Tuesday, 5 July, Botswana lost 1–4 against Zambia. The country did not have a team competing at the 2011 All Africa Games.

  6. The - Wikipedia

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    The (/ ð ə, ð iː / ()) is a grammatical article in English, denoting persons or things already mentioned, under discussion, implied or otherwise presumed familiar to listeners, readers, or speakers.

  7. Mother's Day - Wikipedia

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    Last Sunday of May, or first Sunday of June if the last Sunday of May is Pentecost. 30 May 2021 29 May 2022 4 June 2023 France French Antilles. 30 May Nicaragua. 1 June Mongolia (together with Children's Day) Second Sunday of June 13 June 2021 12 June 2022 11 June 2023 Luxembourg. 14 June Afghanistan. First Monday of July 5 July 2021 4 July 2022

  8. Miss Earth - Wikipedia

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    In 2020, the 20th edition of Miss Earth marked the entrant of countries such as Bangladesh (Meghna Alam), Burkina Faso (Amira Naïmah Bassané) and Syria (Tiya Alkerdi). It was the second time Burkina Faso participated in the Big Four pageants after Miss International 2019 and first for Syria to participate in major international pageant in ...

  9. Olympic Games - Wikipedia

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    Various uses of the term "Olympic" to describe athletic events in the modern era have been documented since the 17th century. The first such event was the Cotswold Games or "Cotswold Olimpick Games", an annual meeting near Chipping Campden, England, involving various sports.