South African President Cyril Ramaphosa says deadly violence and looting that have shaken the country over the past week were planned as death toll mounts to 212.
President Cyril Ramaphosa meets with leaders of political parties to discuss ways to address days of unrest that has left scores dead and battered the economy.
Multiple dwellings and houses collapsed in the mudslides triggered by days of rains, said KwaZulu-Natal Emergency Medical Services spokesman Robert McKenzie.
The International Cricket Council is investigating an incident where Pakistan's Sarfraz Ahmed appeared to taunt South African player Andile Phehlukwayo using racist and derogatory terms in a one-day game.
Argentina outscored the South Africans by four tries to three in a fevered performance, aided by a litany of mistakes by their visitors.
Argentina ran out of gas after leading 14-10 at half-time as they suffered a 23rd loss in 29 Tests since the 2015 World Cup, going down 34-21 to the South Africans in Durban.
The India-based bank has been in the spotlight over its links to the Gupta family, which has been implicated in an influence-peddling scandal surrounding South Africa's former President Jacob Zuma,
The mosque attack in which three people's throats were slit after midday prayers, killing one of them, has raised fears of extremism in a community near the South African city of Durban.
Police say two other people were badly wounded after unknown men entered a mosque in Verulam town near Durban city and stabbed three people.
Members of COSATU accuse Jacob Zuma of massive looting of state resources and collusion with the influential Gupta business family.
The government called for calm as homes were burned and shops were looted in a wave of xenophobic violence.
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