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England v South Africa 2017: Stuart Broad is expected to be fit for first Test

BBC Sport - 1 minute ago
England coach Trevor Bayliss expects Stuart Broad to be fit for England's first Test against South Africa. Broad has been struggling with a bruised heel but Bayliss is hopeful he will play for...

South African unionist ordered to apologize for antisemitic hate speech

The Jerusalem Post - 35 minutes ago
The Equality Court in Johannesburg held that Bongani Masuku, International Relations Spokesperson for the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), made statements that were "hurtful,...

Owning a home in South Africa: how much it costs

BusinessTech - 54 minutes ago
Standard Bank has launched its Provincial House Price Index (PHPI), detailing key insights into provincial market trends across the country. The PHPI measures price developments for residential...

Whale-watching comes under scrutiny at South Africa meeting

Phys.Org - 1 hour ago
In this Feb 9, 2002, file photo tourists watch for whales from a boat in Monterey Bay off Pebble Beach, Calif. Whale watching is a growing tourist business in many parts of the world, and delegates...

Cosatu's Bongani Masuku must apologise for Israel comments

Times LIVE - 2 hours ago
The South African Jewish Board of Deputies (SAJBD) is standing by for an apology. This comes as the Equality Court on Thursday found that the Congress of SA Trade Unions' international relations...

South Africa: DA to Press Mbete for Zuma No Confidence Motion Decision

AllAfrica.com - 2 hours ago
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has requested an urgent meeting with Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete to press her on making a decision on a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma. The...

England v South Africa: Rob Key and Bob Willis pick first Test XIs

SkySports - 2 hours ago
With Chris Woakes (side) and Jake Ball (knee) ruled out of the game at Lords', which begins next Thursday, and Stuart Broad (heel) yet to prove his fitness, bowling spots could also be up for...

SuperSport renews deal with Netball South Africa

SuperSport - 2 hours ago
The biggest women's sport in South Africa has received a timely boost as SuperSport have announced that they have acquired the exclusive broadcast rights for Netball for a further 5 years. The...

S.Africa's ANC seeks to 'self-correct' at policy meet

Daily Nation - 2 hours ago
This file photo taken on April 12, 2017 shows South Africa's President Jacob Zuma attending celebrations for his 75th birthday in Kliptown, Soweto. Zuma's sacking of respected finance...

Bell Pottinger briefs law firm to audit work on South African account after allegations of stoking racial tensions

PRWeek - 2 hours ago
In April, Bell Pottinger stopped work with the client after accusations in South African media and on social media of using racially divisive language as part of the corporate reputation brief. It...

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Meaningful Spirituality

Over the last few months a few curious religious incidents have made news headlines. Consider the following:   – An extraordinary genocide of Christians and other religious minorities occurred in Mossul Iraq and in Syria by ISIS – Islamic Extremists (so extreme that they were excommunicated by Al-Qaeda – a known terrorist organisation.) For them such things were spiritual acts. ... Read More »

Tenderpreneurship!

Enjoying some well-deserved downtime the other day I treated myself to a little couch surfing and channel hopping. It’s hard to believe how tough it is finding something worth watching now days. Surprisingly I ended up on a local derivative of a show I had seen on one of the BBC channels, called Dragons Den. In brief, what happens is ... Read More »

Open letter to a racist …

Dear Ntsiki Mazwai I am not ashamed of my pale skin. I was born and raised in Africa. I am an African. The biggest difference between me and you is that I do not judge people by the colour of their skin, where you are a RACIST! You are a racist of the worst kind. You write racist propaganda and ... Read More »

True Detective – TV Review

The first word that comes to mind is “Poetic!” Everything about this show, from the casting to the soundtrack, the scripting, the visual effects, just seem to slot together effortlessly, which is what you would expect from a splendiferous work of art. I was initially very intrigued by the Harrelson/McConaughey combination, not quite sure what I thought about it. Now ... Read More »

The Bridge – TV Review

If they ever start giving out medals for watching television, then I should definitely get a purple heart for this one! My sympathies go out to Ted Levine who must wonder how he got stereotyped into co-starring with mentally handicapped detectives. In this case the lead character has the mentality of a 12 year old, but still manages to shine ... Read More »

Cirque Eloize – ID

Putting a poor start to my evening and a mediocre restaurant experience behind me, I promised myself that I would give the show a fair chance and try my best not to let my bad mood skew my review. Lucky for me I didn’t have to try too hard. I was transfixed from the first moment the lights went down ... Read More »

Gourmet Garage – Monte Casino

A friend of mine invited me to a show on Saturday evening and we decided to go through a bit earlier and have dinner before the show. Spoilt for choice at Monte Casino my friends insisted on making reservations at Gourmet Garage. Admittedly I had heard some talk and my expectations were high by the time we had arrived. (Apparently ... Read More »

R 55 000.00 per month is not enough

Okay, I’m not a big fan of Soaps and if I accidentally walk in on someone watching a show once a year, it seems fairly easy to pick up the storyline and catch up from where I last saw it in a single episode. However I try to remain objective and give a fair commentary encompassing both sides of the ... Read More »

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

It is no surprise that I thoroughly enjoy John Oliver. Those who know me might even say we were kindred spirits. He says it like it is, and his primary weapon of choice is sarcasm. Not only does John Oliver say what needs to be said, but he does so in an interesting and entertaining way. In my opinion this ... Read More »

Madame Zingara – Theatre of Dreams

I am putting this one down as a restaurant review as I was introduced to this experience as a dinner and a show. I have heard a lot of talk about Madame Zingara and have always been contemplating a visit. But between the ooo-ing and aah-ing I never followed though, and it was always a, “maybe next time” procrastination. Reports ... Read More »