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PM Modi arrives in Pretoria to strengthen India's historical ties with South Africa

PM Modi arrives in Pretoria to strengthen India's historical ties with South Afr

Pretoria (South Africa), July 8 : Concluding his one-day visit to Mozambique, Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here on Thursday evening on the second leg of his four-nation five-day tour to the African Continent with an aim to enhance mutual cooperation and understanding on major issues of common interest.

Queen`s wheels is on sale

Queen`s wheels is on sale

Johannesburg, April 11 : The Queen's ride is pinned on the market. An automaker revealed that the Royal's Bentley Mulsanne limousine has gone on sale for just under 200,000 pounds.

The Bentley was reserved for exclusive use by the Monarch during a two-year period from 2012 to 2014, when the Bentley was retired from Royal duties, reports New24. com.

Possible MH370 debris found by South African holidaymaker

Possible MH370 debris found by South African holidaymaker

Johannesburg: A South African teen holidaymaker may have found a piece of debris that could be a part of the missing Malaysian airliner MH370, aviation authorities has said.

Dr APJ Abdul Kalam's book 'Transendence' launched in South Africa

Dr APJ Abdul Kalam's book 'Transendence' launched in South Africa

Johannesburg - Former President APJ Abdul Kalam's book 'Transendence' was launched here with religious leaders, politicians, diplomats and businessmen from all communities sharing the lessons from the book based on his spiritual experiences with Pramukh Swami Maharaj.

Dr APJ Abdul Kalam's book 'Transendence' launched in South Africa

Dr APJ Abdul Kalam's book 'Transendence' launched in South Africa

Johannesburg : Former President APJ Abdul Kalam's book 'Transendence' was launched here with religious leaders, politicians, diplomats and businessmen from all communities sharing the lessons from the book based on his spiritual experiences with Pramukh Swami Maharaj.

F1 chief supports drivers' demand for `maximum attack` tyres

F1 chief supports drivers' demand for `maximum attack` tyres

Johannesburg, Jan. 28 : Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has thrown his support behind drivers' demand that the sport should bring in higher-performance tyres.

Earlier, Grand Prix Drivers' Association chairman Alexander Wurz had disclosed that racers wanted tyre supplier Pirelli to supply them with tyres that will support 'maximum-attack' racing.

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