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[WATCH] South Africans celebrate Heritage Day in Pretoria
Eyewitness News
Ziyanda Yono | Thousands of people from different cultural backgrounds in South Africa gathered at the Tshwane Events Centre to celebrate Heritage Day and the country's cultural diversity. Heritage Day · Gauteng Social Cohesion. Email; Print ...

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The Straits Times
Rugby: Ireland, France and South Africa pitch for 2023 World Cup
The Straits Times
LONDON (REUTERS) - Ireland, France and South Africa all promised millions in the bank, great stadiums and "the best tournament ever" before figuratively plucking on the emotional heartstrings as they sought to earn the right to host the 2023 Rugby ...
Lions 2021 tour to South Africa may be cut to eight matchesIndependent Online
British & Irish Lions to reduce fixtures for 2021 South Africa tourThe Guardian
South Africa Look To The Spirit Of 1995 As They Launch RWC2023 Bid In LondonPundit Arena
AllAfrica.com -Devon Live
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Eyewitness News
[OPINION] Lessons from KPMG: Be on guard, South Africans are on your case
Eyewitness News
Even more damaging is the charge that it submitted formal reports “confirming” that a “rogue” unit was operating inside the South African Revenue Service (Sars), accusations that were used as the smoking gun to remove ministers and senior public ...
South32 reviews KPMG links after South African scandalThe Australian
KPMG Int'l to launch investigation into S. African firmAccounting Today

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SuperSport
South Africa to stick with Ruhle
SuperSport
Winger Raymond Ruhle is not likely be dropped by South Africa despite heavy criticism after an error-ridden performance against New Zealand this month, Springbok coach Allister Coetzee said on Monday. The Ghana-born winger missed nine tackles in the ...
Wallabies expect backlash from humbled South AfricaReuters UK
Springboks v Wallabies: South Africa keep faith with team hammered by All Blacks for Australia TestDaily Telegraph

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Stuff.co.nz
Wallabies caught short at school training ground in South Africa
Stuff.co.nz
The Wallabies have decided to change training grounds in South Africa after a visibly frustrated Michael Cheika was seen pacing out his own steps to measure the length of what was a shorter rugby field than normal. Australia arrived for their first ...

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SwimSwam
Michigan Pulls in Another Backstroke Verbal: Mariella Venter of South Africa
SwimSwam
Venter swam for South Africa at the 6th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships in Indianapolis this summer, competing in the 50m back, 100m back, 200m back, and 4x100m medley relay. She was a semifinalist in the 50 and 100 backstroke events, ...


Manuel smells South Africa Moto-X title
The Herald
THE scent of the 2017 South African National Motocross Championship Series' 65cc Class title is in the air for one of Zimbabwe's top junior riders Daiyaan “D” Manuel. Manuel, a 12-year-old Grade Seven pupil at St John's Preparatory School in Harare, ...



Bloomberg
ANC's Mabuza Says South African Ruling Party Needs Unity Candidate
Bloomberg
David Mabuza, premier of South Africa's Mpumalanga province, said South Africa's ruling African National Congress needs to coalesce around a unifying candidate at a December conference where leaders will be elected to end infighting that is damaging ...
Nkosazana Dlamini Zumah returns to the political spotlight in South Africaafricanews
South Africa's ruling ANC faces dreadful choices as voters grow more scepticalThe Conversation AU
South Africa: SABC Investigating 'Demeaning' Mistakes About ...AllAfrica.com

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Technology Zimbabwe
DSTV Zimbabwe Prices Compared To South Africa – 2017
Technology Zimbabwe
As can be seen from the table, if you are watching the Premium or Access packages they're currently cheaper in South Africa whilst DStv Compact and Access are cheaper in Zimbabwe. DStv Extra, Compact Plus, EasyView and Lite are not offered in both ...

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News24
Judge Mogoeng Mogoeng voted South African of the Year | News24
News24
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has been named as the 2017 South African of the Year, according to a poll hosted by News24.

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