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JBay youngster conquers the Atlantic Dash

Swimming 5km along the coastline from Clifton to 3 Anchor Bay in Cape Town in 11 – 12 degree Celsius water would be a tough ask...

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 JBay youngster conquers the Atlantic Dash JBay youngster conquers the Atlantic DashDate: 17/11/2017

Swimming 5km along the coastline from Clifton to 3 Anchor Bay in Cape Town in 11 – 12 degree Celsius water would be a tough ask...

World Day of Remembrance World Day of RemembranceDate: 17/11/2017

This event is dedicated to remembering the many millions killed and injured in road crashes and their families and communities...

Jones brings back England's A-team for Aussies Jones brings back England's A-team for AussiesDate: 17/11/2017

Owen Farrell, Jonny May and Joe Launchbury will start for England against Australia on Saturday, with Anthony Watson switching...

A tough test for visiting jockeys A tough test for visiting jockeysDate: 17/11/2017

Nine-time Irish champion Pat Smullen will need help from his teammates if he is to lead the visitors to victory on Sunday’s...

UK retail sales go cold as Christmas shopping season nears UK retail sales go cold as Christmas shopping season nearsDate: 17/11/2017

UK retail sales barely rose in October as food stores saw declines for a second month and clothing dropped the most this year...

Three incredible entrepreneurs and their journey to success Three incredible entrepreneurs and their journey to successDate: 17/11/2017

Success is seldom the result of just one individual’s talent, passion and drive. As critical as those elements are, very often...

 High Court overturns corrupt land sale in Humansdorp High Court overturns corrupt land sale in HumansdorpDate: 16/11/2017

The Kouga Council succeeded in its bid to have the controversial sale of a prime piece of land in Humansdorp by the previous...

SA Choir Best in World SA Choir Best in WorldDate: 16/11/2017

A panel of 80 international judges has crowned the Stellenbosch University Choir as the best in the world. The choral artists...

Gibson lines up new assistants Gibson lines up new assistantsDate: 16/11/2017

Dale Benkenstein‚ Malibongwe Maketa and Justin Ontong have been sounded out as assistants to Proteas coach Ottis Gibson.

And the host for the 2023 World Cup is... And the host for the 2023 World Cup is...Date: 16/11/2017

Representatives of SA’s Rugby World Cup 2023 bid committee were left reeling in London on Wednesday after France was awarded...

FirstRand’s acquisition of UK-bank to help free up funding FirstRand’s acquisition of UK-bank to help free up fundingDate: 16/11/2017

FirstRand [JSE: FSR] plans to integrate its UK business segment into its acquisition of UK bank Aldemore Group, which will...

More oversight of SAA spending needed, Parliament hears More oversight of SAA spending needed, Parliament hearsDate: 16/11/2017

Currently, the funding of South African Airways (SAA) has not been undertaken in a deficit-neutral manner, resulting...

EC food prices rise, farmers at breaking point EC food prices rise, farmers at breaking pointDate: 15/11/2017

POURING billions of rands into ailing state-owned enterprises like South African Airways, while paying mere lip service...

School Exchanges – SA Leading Destination? School Exchanges – SA Leading Destination?Date: 15/11/2017

This week I received a letter from Jackie Verall in the UK who runs school exchange programmes...

Les Clos in the medals Les Clos in the medalsDate: 15/11/2017

Chad Le Clos picked up two medals on the first day of the World Cup meeting in Tokyo on Tuesday, writes David Isaacson...

South Africa eyes 2023 prize South Africa eyes 2023 prizeDate: 15/11/2017

Anticipation builds up as the host for the 2023 Rugby World Cup will be decided on Wednesday. There will be 39 World Rugby...

Sugar industry regulation under review by DTI to ensure broad-based representation Sugar industry regulation under review by DTI to ensure broad-based representationDate: 15/11/2017

The Department of Trade and Industry is reviewing the regulation of the sugar industry to ensure the South African Farmers....

SA's debt costs leap on record R3.3bn sale SA's debt costs leap on record R3.3bn saleDate: 15/11/2017

The embattled National Treasury had no trouble selling a record amount of debt at its weekly fixed-rate auction on Tuesday...

EnergyDrive arrives in Kouga EnergyDrive arrives in KougaDate: 14/11/2017

THE custom-built EnergyDRIVE truck is set to arrive in Kouga to teach learners about the benefits and uses of renewable energy...

Bid solid despite Boks Bid solid despite BoksDate: 14/11/2017

The Springboks managed to severely embarrass SA days before a crucial vote on the host country for Rugby World Cup 2023 after...

Qualifiers for 2018 World Cup Qualifiers for 2018 World CupDate: 14/11/2017

After Switzerland and Croatia qualified on Sunday, there are 28 nations who have booked their spot for the 2018 World Cup...

Eskom runs out of cash as loan facilities dry up Eskom runs out of cash as loan facilities dry upDate: 14/11/2017

Eskom is in a precarious financial position and desperately trying to avoid a liquidity crisis that may render it unable...

Google pushes African entrepreneur initiative Google pushes African entrepreneur initiativeDate: 14/11/2017

Google has announced two major new developments, which will provide a major boost to African entrepreneurs and app developers...

Kouga gets behind SA’s bid to host World Cup Kouga gets behind SA’s bid to host World CupDate: 13/11/2017

Kouga residents are encouraged to don their Springbok rugby regalia on Wednesday in support of South Africa’s bid to host the...

Western Cape’s Top Agricultural Employee for 2017 Announced Western Cape’s Top Agricultural Employee for 2017 AnnouncedDate: 13/11/2017

The 2017 winner of the Western Cape Prestige Agri Awards, Hermanus Bienas, wants to improve the lives of residents working ...

Baxter can only survey wreckage after Bafana's disastrous World Cup campaign Baxter can only survey wreckage after Bafana's disastrous World Cup campaignDate: 13/11/2017

Athletic World Champions Luvo Manyonga and Caster Semenya predictably won big at the South African Sports Awards...

Luvo Manyonga, Caster Semenya win big at SA Sport Awards Luvo Manyonga, Caster Semenya win big at SA Sport AwardsDate: 13/11/2017

Athletic World Champions Luvo Manyonga and Caster Semenya predictably won big at the South African Sports Awards...

Defying Trump and coal’s future take centre stage at climate talks Defying Trump and coal’s future take centre stage at climate talksDate: 13/11/2017

Envoys from almost 200 countries are entering the final stretch of two weeks of talks aimed at defending and bolstering...

EXCLUSIVE: Eskom’s cash dries up EXCLUSIVE: Eskom’s cash dries upDate: 13/11/2017

Struggling power utility Eskom’s poor governance has left it teetering on the edge of insolvency, with only R1.2bn of liquidity...

Kouga Municipality strikes water in Oyster Bay Kouga Municipality strikes water in Oyster BayDate: 10/11/2017

Kouga Municipality struck potential new water at Oyster Bay this week as its plan to secure additional supply for the region...



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