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South African cities short of cemetery space
In the middle of the vast Avalon cemetery in Johannesburg's Soweto township, two gravediggers shoveled soil out of an old grave containing remains buried years ago.
South Korea successfully tests space rocket engine
South Korea on Wednesday successfully conducted a rocket engine test launch, officials said, paving the way for the development of its own space launch vehicle.
The Indian princess who became a South Korean queen
Ayodhya, which is best known as the birthplace of the Hindu god Ram, also however, holds special significance for some South Koreans — many believe they can trace their ancestry to the city.
Teen suicide toll of 15 in South Africa’s Phoenix
Depression has been at the root of suicide in Phoenix, an Indian township, northwest of central Durban in South Africa, with an estimated 15 teenagers ending their lives over the past 10 months.
South Korea's childbirths continue to decline in August
The number of newborns in South Korea fell again in August, government data showed Wednesday, in the latest sign of the chronically low birthrate that has plagued Asia's fourth-largest economy for more than a decade.
Prisoners riot, seize weapons at South Sudan detention center
Prisoners rioted and seized weapons at a detention center in South Sudan’s capital Juba early on Sunday, a security source and local residents said.
South African villagers tap into trend for 'superfood' baobab
From before dawn, 54-year-old grandmother Annah Muvhali weaves between baobab trees that loom over her rural South African home, collecting fruit that enthusiasts worldwide hail as a ‘superfood’.
White workers at South Africa's Sasol to strike over black share scheme
South Africa’s mainly white Solidarity union will begin a strike today at petrochemicals firm Sasol over a share ownership scheme offered exclusively to black staff.
South Korea bans coffee in schools
Students and teachers in South Korea will need to find new ways of staying alert through the long school day, after the government said on Friday it will ban coffee sales in schools.
South Korea's Moon: Economic policies on the right path
President Moon Jae-in said on Saturday South Korea’s economic policies are on the right path to boost jobs and address inequality.
South Korea wins battle of giants
In its best display yet in the tournament, a goal in each half from Hwang Ui-jo and Lee Seung-woo were sufficient for South Korea to seal a convincing win over Iran and set up a quarterfinal tie with 2018 AFC U23 champion Uzbekistan, which beat Hong Kong 3-0 earlier on Thursday.
South African man takes to social media to celebrate his divorce
While divorce may be an upsetting time for some, one South African man has taken the time to celebrate his joy.
South African fossils rewrite early history of life on land
Fossils of two amphibians that lived within the Antarctic Circle 360 million years ago are forcing scientists to rethink the origins of land vertebrates, including where these pioneers first appeared and the climatic conditions that spawned them.
POGC CEO: South Pars' sour gas output to increase 56 mcmd
Iran's rich sour gas production in the supergiant South Pars Gas Field in the southern Iranian province of Bushehr will increase 56 million cubic meters per day in the year to March 2019, said the managing director of Pars Oil and Gas Company (POGC).

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