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  • Picking Up Stompies: Long Weekend Edition 21/04/2014
    Posted by on Apr 21st, 2014

    Loch Ness Monster has reportedly been spotted on Apple Maps. Hunters claim the satellite image shows the outline of the elusive monster [Independent]

    Oscar Pistorius has been accused of taking acting lessons before standing trial for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. [Mail Online]

    South Korean ferry disaster death toll climbs to 64, with 238 people still missing. President Park Geun-hye has condemned the conduct of some of the crew of the ferry that sank last week, calling it “akin to murder”. [BBC]

    Manchester United manager David Moyes to be fired in the next 24 hours [SkySports]

    Numsa (National Union of Metalworkers of SA), one of South Africa’s biggest trade unions wants President Jacob Zuma to go. [iol]

    DA accuses the ANC of distributing food parcels funded by taxpayers at ANC rallies [Eyewitness News]

    Six-month pregnant journalist taken to hospital for treatment after pro-Kremlin political leader ordered his aides to ‘violently rape her’ during press conference when she asked about Ukraine sanctions [DailyMail]

    Infamous douchebag photographer Terry Richardson faces new allegations after model accuses him on Twitter of sending her a text message saying “If I can f**k you I will book you in NY for a shoot for Vogue[news.com.au]

    ANCYL tells members at rally speech that not voting in the upcoming elections will be ‘blasphemous’. Yes shake your head. [Mail & Guardian]

    South African climbers were safe following an avalanche on Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain, which left at least 13 Nepalese mountain guides dead. [TimesLIVE]

    ‘Massive’ attack targets al Qaeda in Yemen.The ‘unprecedented” attack killed at least 30 militants [CNN]

    Virgin boss, Richard Branson buys Cape wine farm. The billionaire bought Mont Rochelle in Franchhoek [City Press]

    Facebook plans to reveal mobile ad network at the end of the month [Recode]

    South Africa’s Ernst van Dyk made history on Monday when he became the first athlete to win 10 titles at the Boston Marathon in Massachusetts [M&G]

    Around 40 rhino horns worth an estimated R160 million have been stolen from the safe of a tourism organisation in Mpumalanga [News24]

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