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SABC 1 ADDS NEW COMPELLING SHOWS TO ITS JULY SCHEDULE.

After a long dry spell SABC 1 is coming out boldly this month with compelling, cutting edge programming to complement its youthful schedule.

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Activities held around Qunu ahead of Mandela Day

The activities were hosted by the Nelson Mandela Museum through its program called The Icon's Journey.

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Taylor Swift shakes off Kardashian clan as highest-paid celebrity

Taylor Swift, hot off her 2018 “Reputation” tour and album, earned an estimated $185 million to take the number one spot.

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RGB’S NEW SEASON ADDS FRESH NEW FACES AND TALENT

Season 14 of Mzansi’s highly-rated lifestyle and entertainment show has returned on SABC 1 to once again own the Saturday-night scene in the 19h30 timeslot.

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Samoa bans ‘Rocketman’ over gay scenes

Rocketman which has won warm reviews began its worldwide rollout late in May.

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SABC TV NETWORK JOINS IN MANDELA DAY 25 YEAR CELEBRATIONS

SABC Television Network has joined in the 25 years celebration of the Nelson Mandela Day with a campaign that will see a number of communities benefitting as we celebrate the life of this icon.

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Famed Spanish bull run festival ends with 8 people gored this year

Thousands of revellers raised candles and red scarves in the air and swayed back and forth as they sang a mournful song to mark the end on Sunday of Spain’s most famous bull running festival in Pamplona which saw eight daredevils gored this year.

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Celebrating Consumer Rights Day

Consumer rights day is presupposed on the rights enshrined in the constitution to protect the consumer from unfair business practices by the seller, this day is celebrated annually on the 15th of March...

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In Harlem and on Broadway, The Temptations get their due

The Temptations performed at the Apollo as part of the Motortown Revue in the early 1960s, along with other Motown artists like The Supremes, Stevie Wonder and the Four Tops

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No special treatment: fake video of Zuckerberg stays on Instagram

A doctored video of Mark Zuckerberg posted to Instagram as part of a promotion for an artistic project will not be taken down.

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