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Unique opportunity for trail runners in brand new series Unique opportunity for trail runners in brand new seriesDate: 20/06/2018

The Cape Whale Coast will be the host of a brand new trail running series that will be hosted on wine farms in the area over...

Springboks' triumph overshadows World Cup Springboks' triumph overshadows World CupDate: 20/06/2018

South Africa took an unassailable 2-0 lead over England in a rugby Test series relegated the World Cup in Russia to secondary...

Senegal punish Poland in first African victory Senegal punish Poland in first African victoryDate: 20/06/2018

Senegal became the first African team to win a match at the 2018 World Cup on Tuesday when they beat Poland 2-1, helped by two...

Battered rand slumps to Zuma level as global trade war escalates Battered rand slumps to Zuma level as global trade war escalatesDate: 20/06/2018

For the rand, Ramaphoria is over. The currency slumped as much as 2% against the dollar on Tuesday to its weakest level in more...

Join the-dog-walk-for-animal-charities Join the-dog-walk-for-animal-charitiesDate: 19/06/2018

In an effort to alleviate the need for much-needed donations such as blankets and food for the animal shelters...

2018 SAWi AWARDS 2018 SAWi AWARDSDate: 19/06/2018

Bouchard Finlayson’s Galpin Peak Pinot Noir has once again been ranked as the top Pinot Noir in South Africa, scoring a full...

Caster Semenya to challenge IAAF gender rule at top sport court Caster Semenya to challenge IAAF gender rule at top sport courtDate: 19/06/2018

Middle-distance runner Caster Semenya will challenge a female classification rule imposed by the International Association...

Tahir 'rested' from Proteas ODI squad Tahir 'rested' from Proteas ODI squadDate: 19/06/2018

Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Monday took the next step in broadening the talent pool for Vision 2019 when it named both...

Money alone can't fix Eskom says analyst Money alone can't fix Eskom says analystDate: 19/06/2018

Energy expert Chris Yelland says the government has to fix the real problems at Eskom‚ not just throw money at the parastatal...

Five massive data breaches affecting South Africans Five massive data breaches affecting South AfricansDate: 19/06/2018

Liberty Holdings customers received SMSs on Saturday alerting them that personal information related to their insurance...

A rousing opening weekend for FynArts A rousing opening weekend for FynArtsDate: 18/06/2018

What better way to open ten days of FynArts and dispel the winter blues than an entertaining weekend of rousing, uplifting...

Roger Federer toasts No1 with No98 at Stuttgart Open Roger Federer toasts No1 with No98 at Stuttgart OpenDate: 18/06/2018

Roger Federer celebrated returning to the top of the world rankings by defeating Milos Raonic in the final of the Stuttgart...

Spirited Mexico stun Germany in World Cup thriller Spirited Mexico stun Germany in World Cup thrillerDate: 18/06/2018

Defending champions Germany crashed to defeat in their first game at the World Cup on Sunday as an enterprising Mexico refused...

July mining summit will help sharpen Mining Charter, Minister says July mining summit will help sharpen Mining Charter, Minister saysDate: 18/06/2018

Minister of Mineral Resources Gwede Mantashe told reporters on Sunday that the department’s summit due to take place in early...

Eskom load shedding will hurt economy and add to weakness - economist Eskom load shedding will hurt economy and add to weakness - economistDate: 18/06/2018

Eskom's current load shedding due to the impact of protest action by workers will add to the weakness of the South African...

Ridding paddavlei of plastic Ridding paddavlei of plasticDate: 15/06/2018

Everyone helped with the cleaning session. Hawston Primary School, Expanded Public Works Programme, Overstrand Municipalities...

Enlighten Trust Orchestra makes its debut at Fynarts Enlighten Trust Orchestra makes its debut at FynartsDate: 13/06/2018

The newly formed Enlighten Trust Orchestra (ESO) will have its debut performance on 16 June (Youth Day) at the FynArts Festival...

Well done SA – a great sporting weekend Well done SA – a great sporting weekendDate: 13/06/2018

Comrades gruelling 90.184 km down run was won by Bongumusa Mthembu (Men) in 5:26:35 and Ann Ashworth (Women) in 6:10:04...

'Kolisi appointment a red letter day for Boks' 'Kolisi appointment a red letter day for Boks'Date: 13/06/2018

Siya Kolisi's appointment as the first black skipper of the South African rugby team is as significant as when Nelson Mandela...

US company launches new solar-powered water production device in Cape Town US company launches new solar-powered water production device in Cape TownDate: 13/06/2018

The private sector can play a pivotal role in relieving the impact of the drought, and US expertise can help, US consul general...

New member for Hermanus security team New member for Hermanus security teamDate: 12/06/2018

The private security team in Hermanus has this week welcomed its newest member. Gilbert (Rassie) Erasmus (63) has taken up the pos

An opportunity to-understand-fellow-south-africans An opportunity to-understand-fellow-south-africansDate: 12/06/2018

Vollenhoven: "I am the child of the Khoi and the San." "The illness started unobtrusively, but within a few years, I was...

Supporting CANSA is a piece of cake Supporting CANSA is a piece of cakeDate: 12/06/2018

Supporting the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) this June is a piece of cake, as Shoprite and Checkers will donate...

Richard Murray makes merry at triathlon in Leeds Richard Murray makes merry at triathlon in LeedsDate: 12/06/2018

SA’s Richard Murray scored his first World Triathlon Series (WTS) triumph over the Olympic distance in Leeds‚ England...

How the World Cup favourites are shaping up How the World Cup favourites are shaping upDate: 12/06/2018

The phoney war is over and most of the big guns have arrived in Russia ahead of the start of the World Cup on Thursday...

Thousands of cash-in-transit guards to march as heists wreak havoc Thousands of cash-in-transit guards to march as heists wreak havocDate: 12/06/2018

Thousands of Motor Transport Workers Union (MTWU) security officers in the cash-in-transit industry will on Tuesday, March...

Property advice for newlyweds Property advice for newlywedsDate: 12/06/2018

The notion that newly-wed couples will move from their childhood home into their first home together is as outdated as dial...

New harbour to be upgraded New harbour to be upgradedDate: 11/06/2018

The national Department of Public Works (DPW) has teamed up with the Coega Development Corporation (CDC) on the roll-out...

Hermanus Fynarts Festival Hermanus Fynarts FestivalDate: 11/06/2018

BOUCHARD FINLAYSON WINE AND ART AT THE HERMANUS FYNARTS FESTIVAL Bouchard Finlayson has congratulated the winners of the 2018 T

Smartbucks: Theatres of Learning Smartbucks: Theatres of LearningDate: 11/06/2018

Smartbucks is a financial literacy programme designed for under-resourced high school learners nationwide and is set to run



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