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Zuma: Not using condom was mistake  Former Deputy President apologized for having unprotected sex with an HIV-positive woman Popular Zulu weatherman dies of AIDS  Jabu Sithole won the hearts of millions of viewers with his cheery 'Good luck!' sign-off Maiden PGA win for Immelman  South African won his first title on the U.S. PGA Tour, holding off world number one Tiger Woods Zuma points finger at Mbeki  The defense in the corruption trial of ex-Deputy President is seeking to turn the focus in the case to the President U.N. envoy slams South Africa on AIDS  Stephen Lewis: The S. African government promotes 'lunatic fringe' AIDS policies   Putin in key South African visit  Vladimir Putin is the first ever Russian leader to visit the country. It's a two-day leg of a wider African tour Aids experts condemn SA minister  More than 60 international experts have called for the resignation of the health minister Tshabalala-Msimang Search for Mbeki's long-lost son  Kwanda Mbeki is assumed to have been killed by apartheid agents in 1981 S. Africa drops Zuma graft charges
3 dead in mine quake  An earthquake jarred rocks loose inside a gold mine. 12 people were trapped by a seismic event   Zuma due in court on rape charge  Former Deputy President goes on trial for rape at Johannesburg High Court Warne spins Aussies to series win  Shane Warne grabbed 6 wickets as Australia beat South Africa by 112 runs for a 2-0 series triumph   Zuma 'showered to avoid HIV'  Ex-Deputy President said he showered after sex, thinking this would reduce his risk of being infected   Big rally on eve of Zuma verdict  Thousands of people have attended a concert for former Deputy President on the eve of the verdict   Zuma acquitted in rape case


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  A judge acquitted former Deputy President on charges he raped an HIV-positive family friend
 The decision is keeping alive the political Zuma's hopes recently seen as the country's next president 2,000 supporters of 64-year-old anti-apartheid veteran outside the Johannesburg court exploded in wild cheers
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  The corruption case against former South African Deputy President has been thrown out of court


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  Former President P.W. Botha was the defiant face of white rule at the height of the anti-apartheid struggle


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Nov.1     Mandela pays tribute to Botha
  Former South African President is remembered for refusing to release Mandela from prison for battling white rule
Nov.13   Train crash kills 27  A truck pulling a trailer packed with farm workers stalled on the tracks near Cape Town. The train rammed the trailer Nov.14   S Africa approves same-sex unions
  Parliament has voted to legalise same-sex weddings. Civil Union bill was passed by 230 votes to 41
Nov.24   Row over 'Aids' death certificate
  A doctor should face a charge of unprofessional conduct for naming Aids on a death certificate against family wishes

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Dec.17   Els wins S. African Open by 3 strokes  Ernie Els shot a 7-under 65 to beat Trevor Immelman (71), who started the day with a three-stroke lead Dec.22     Last apartheid leader has no regrets
  2 even got into an argument about the timing of Mandela's release. Mandela, objected 'We need more time to prepare'





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3 dead in mine quake  An earthquake jarred rocks loose inside a gold mine. 12 people were trapped by a seismic event Popular Zulu weatherman dies of AIDS  Jabu Sithole won the hearts of millions of viewers with his cheery 'Good luck!' sign-off U.N. envoy slams South Africa on AIDS  Stephen Lewis: The S. African government promotes 'lunatic fringe' AIDS policies Aids experts condemn SA minister  More than 60 international experts have called for the resignation of the health minister Tshabalala-Msimang Train crash kills 27  A truck pulling a trailer packed with farm workers stalled on the tracks near Cape Town. The train rammed the trailer Row over 'Aids' death certificate  A doctor should face a charge of unprofessional conduct for naming Aids on a death certificate against family wishes Warne spins Aussies to series win  Shane Warne grabbed 6 wickets as Australia beat South Africa by 112 runs for a 2-0 series triumph Maiden PGA win for Immelman  South African won his first title on the U.S. PGA Tour, holding off world number one Tiger Woods Els wins S. African Open by 3 strokes  Ernie Els shot a 7-under 65 to beat Trevor Immelman (71), who started the day with a three-stroke lead   Zuma due in court on rape charge  Former Deputy President goes on trial for rape at Johannesburg High Court   Zuma 'showered to avoid HIV'  Ex-Deputy President said he showered after sex, thinking this would reduce his risk of being infected   Zuma acquitted in rape case




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  A judge acquitted former Deputy President on charges he raped an HIV-positive family friend
 The decision is keeping alive the political Zuma's hopes recently seen as the country's next president 2,000 supporters of 64-year-old anti-apartheid veteran outside the Johannesburg court exploded in wild cheers
May.9 Zuma: Not using condom was mistake  Former Deputy President apologized for having unprotected sex with an HIV-positive woman Aug.2 Zuma points finger at Mbeki  The defense in the corruption trial of ex-Deputy President is seeking to turn the focus in the case to the President Sep.20 S. Africa drops Zuma graft charges
  The corruption case against former South African Deputy President has been thrown out of court




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2006 May.7   Big rally on eve of Zuma verdict  Thousands of people have attended a concert for former Deputy President on the eve of the verdict Aug.18 U.N. envoy slams South Africa on AIDS  Stephen Lewis: The S. African government promotes 'lunatic fringe' AIDS policies Sep.4   Putin in key South African visit  Vladimir Putin is the first ever Russian leader to visit the country. It's a two-day leg of a wider African tour Sep.6 Aids experts condemn SA minister  More than 60 international experts have called for the resignation of the health minister Tshabalala-Msimang Sep.12 Search for Mbeki's long-lost son  Kwanda Mbeki is assumed to have been killed by apartheid agents in 1981 Oct.17 S. Africa may broaden land seizures  South African officials denied that it was considering any Zimbabwe-style land grabs Oct.31 Botha, bastion of white rule, dies
  Former President P.W. Botha was the defiant face of white rule at the height of the anti-apartheid struggle
Nov.1   Mandela pays tribute to Botha
  Former South African President is remembered for refusing to release Mandela from prison for battling white rule
Nov.14 S Africa approves same-sex unions
  Parliament has voted to legalise same-sex weddings. Civil Union bill was passed by 230 votes to 41
Dec.22   Last apartheid leader has no regrets  2 even got into an argument about the timing of Mandela's release. Mandela, objected 'We need more time to prepare'