A class goal from Knowledge Musona, and another from Cuthbert Malajila in injury time gave Zimbabwe the upper hand, while Bernard Parker got one back for Bafana with seconds to go.
Zimbabwe made it 2-0 in injury time, after Nkhatha collected a long ball just outside the box and coolly sent it square to substitite Malajila, who calmy slotted home past Keet.
Parker got his 16th Bafana goal on 96 minutes, but it was too late in the game for a comeback and Zimbabwe earned their sixth win over Bafana.
Bafana Bafana line-up: Keet, Mkhwanazi, Mathoho, Hlatshwayo (Gumede 43rd), Masilela (Van Heerden 76th), Letsholonyane (Gamildien 45th), Kekana, Zungu (Tshabalala 65th), Mathebula (Erasmus 55th), Parker, Mthembu (Manyama 45th)
Warriors line-up: Arubi, Nyadombo, Zvirekwi (Chipeta 82), Chindungwe, Bhasera, Katsande, Phiri (Jaure 88th), Billiat (Songani 90th), Musona, Mukamba (Malajila 66th), Nkhatha
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A woman who claimed she had been raped by Zwelinzima Vavi has withdrawn her "grievance", the Cosatu general secretary tweeted on Monday.
Vavi said the woman withdrew the claim just two hours into an internal disciplinary hearing.
“Thanks to so many who supported my family,” Vavi tweeted. He later tweeted: “I won't do interviews on the statement - tired - spending afternoon with my family.”
Vavi has admitted to having sex with the woman, who was employed by Cosatu, and claimed she later tried to extort R2m from him.
He denied raping her, and said the sex was consensual.
However, she brought a complaint of sexual harassment against him.
The woman said earlier on Monday that she was not in a position to talk about the hearing.
"I am not going to talk about it [the hearing] for now, I cannot answer any of your questions," she said.
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For the past two weeks, local channel Business Day TV has been carrying 10 hours of Bloomberg Television programmes.
Following feedback from DStv customers – that they prefer to have local and international business news on separate channels – the decision to include Bloomberg content on Business Day TV was reviewed.
“DStv customers told us that they need to have a 24-hour international business news channel and a separate local business news channel. We are pleased that we are able to accommodate this need,” said Collins Khumalo, CEO for MultiChoice South Africa.Add a comment Add a comment
Having lived three centuries through British imperialism, apartheid and the era of democracy led by Nelson Mandela, a 119-year-old South African woman has a claim to be the world's oldest person.
Johanna Mazibuko was born in 1894, according to her identity papers, but over a century later still makes her own bed every morning.
She is the oldest of 10 siblings, and has outlived five of her own seven children.
Ms Mazibuko shares her house in Klerksdorp, which is about 160km (100 miles) south-west of Johannesburg, with her 77-year-old son, Tseko Mazibuko, who is also a pensioner.
Her ID book, issued in 1986, shows her date of birth as 11 May 1894, the Sowetan reports.
According to Guinness World Records, the oldest living person is Misao Okawa, from Japan, who is 115.
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MultiChoice has informed its DStv subscribers about the possible closure of ESPN and ESPN Classic television channels at the end of July 2013.MultiChoice said that it has received notification from ESPN that it intends to close the ESPN and ESPN Classic Television Channels in Africa on 31 July 2013.Add a comment Add a comment