Mauricio Pochettino admits he is concerned that Christian Eriksen’s future at Tottenham is still to be resolved ahead of the European transfer deadline.
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Climate variability — the fluctuation of surface temperatures over time — has long been the subject of debate.

SA has highest debt-to-GDP increase in sub-Saharan Africa – ACDP

Reverend Kenneth Meshoe said government needed to do ‘far more’ to reduce the high levels of public debt and the escalating debt service costs.

‘Tough to do better next time’, says Madagascar boss

Madagascar coach Nicolas Dupuis conceded it would be difficult for the Africa Cup of Nations debutants to eclipse their run to this year’s quarter-finals in future tournaments.

ANC Joburg caucus protests against power cuts

Protesting members of the African National Congress (ANC) in Johannesburg handed over a memorandum to power utility Eskom at its Megawatt Park offices on Tuesday. The protesters demanded that power be restored in all Johannesburg areas experiencing blackouts. Some of the areas included Ivory Park, Soweto, Orange Farm and Diepsloot went without power for three […]

Police arrest taxi violence suspects

Police say the suspects were found in possession of unlicensed firearms and ammunition.

South African youth take to the streets over climate change

Hundreds protest in Johannesburg and Cape Town.

Scholes fined for breaching betting rules

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes has been fined £8,000 by England’s Football Association after accepting a charge of breaching betting rules.

Parents say their children have tutors to fill gaps, not to charge ahead

A child’s mastery of literacy shouldn’t be constrained by their parents’ income.

Attitudes to gender and sexual diversity: changing global trends

The key question is: does anyone have the right to judge?

The three big studies pushing at the frontiers of HIV prevention

So what will it take to reduce HIV transmission? Prevention.

Delightfully absurd Mark Banks is back

The comedian is celebrating his 60th birthday with a brand new one-man show.

Britain’s Brexit Party triumphs in EU vote

Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative party meanwhile, slumped to 9%, its worst electoral result since 1832.

Bafana goalkeeping spot too close to call – Baxter

Stuart Baxter says it is neck and neck between Darren Keet and Ronwen Williams as to who will be his number one goalkeeper at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.

Allegri and Juventus in surprise split at end of season

Coach Massimiliano Allegri will leave Juventus at the end of the season after a reported fall-out with the club’s directors, the newly-crowned Serie A champions said in a surprise statement on Friday.

Germany sees sharp rise in racist, anti-Semitic hate crime

Felix Klein, Germany’s commissioner for anti-semitism, says he is ‘extremely alarmed’ by the sharp rise.




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