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25 February 2018 7:18 PM Woodward 'welcomes' Jones to the England Murrayfield losers' club

Edinburgh - World Cup-winning coach Clive Woodward said Eddie Jones had been put through a "rite of passage" following England's shock 25-13 defeat by Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday. Scotland's first win over their oldest rivals in a decade dealt a stunning blow to Six Nations champions England's hopes of a successful title defence and ended their 23

09 February 2018 6:01 PM Ryanair looking for pilots in SA

The Irish carrier will host roadshows in Johannesburg and Cape Town later this month and is looking to hire captains for Boeing 737s, according to an advertisement on its website. Successful candidates will relocate to Europe and help staff a fleet that’s expected to increase to 580 planes from about 425 over the next six years. Air Line Pilots’ Association 37

24 November 2017 6:24 PM Dolphins make it a hat trick of washouts

Cape Town - The rainy weather followed the Dolphins from Kingsmead to Willowmoore Park as their T20 Challenge match against the log-leading Titans was washed out without a ball being bowled. It was the third match out of five in which the Dolphins have not been able to get on the field. Nevertheless they remain in second place on the log, depending on the outcome 38

02 November 2017 7:59 AM England coach writes off Stokes' Ashes chances

London - England coach Trevor Bayliss said he is preparing for life without Ben Stokes in the Ashes series, adding that any reprieve for the suspended all-rounder would be just a "bonus". As England for their opening tour match in Perth on Saturday, Stokes remains at home awaiting the outcome of a police probe into his involvement in a brawl outside 31

29 October 2017 11:12 AM Gelant, Am named in Springboks’ European tour group

Cape Town - Exciting young backs Warrick Gelant and Lukhanyo Am, as well as Dan du Preez and Louis Schreuder are the four uncapped players in the Springbok squad of 34 players announced on Sunday for the 2017 Outgoing Tour to Europe. Furthermore, experienced prop Coenie Oosthuizen has been recalled to the squad having successfully completed his rehabilitation 48

13 October 2017 4:00 AM Joy over justice for Timol

Spontaneous applause yesterday greeted a historic judgment in the High Court in Pretoria when Judge Billy Mothle ruled anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol had not committed suicide, but was tortured and murdered by members of the apartheid government’s security branch. In a first in South African history, Judge Mothle yesterday overturned the finding 35

21 September 2017 11:50 AM Cheetahs eye Pumas scalp in Currie Cup

Bloemfontein - The Free State Cheetahs have announced their side for Friday's Currie Cup clash against the Pumas in Bloemfontein. It is a massive day of rugby for the region, with the Cheetahs on PRO14 duty at the same venue against Leinster later in the day. Since the beginning of the PRO14, the Cheetahs' Currie Cup side has lost back-to-back games 31

19 August 2017 8:15 AM Matlaba named new Pirates captain

Cape Town - Thabo Matlaba has been named captain of the Orlando Pirates Football Club first team for the 2017/18 season. The Tembisa-born full-back takes over the reins as captain after the position was vacated by Oupa Manyisa, who has recently joined Mamelodi Sundowns. Matlaba, who has been at the club since 2012, will be assisted by Abbubaker Mobara 22

04 August 2017 12:17 PM #TimolInquest extended as 'critical' witnesses due to be called

The high court in Pretoria earlier heard that Ahmed was subpoenaed to come and give evidence, but that he had evaded the summons. Judge Billy Mothle on Friday said in light of the evidence of businessman Muhammed Ali Thokan this week, that Timol had fallen to his death during the late morning of October 27, 1971, it was vital to obtain the evidence of Ahmed 25

31 July 2017 9:32 PM Former security policeman tells of Ahmed Timol’s last moments alive

Johannesburg – A former security branch police officer, said to have been the last person to see anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol alive, has described in detail Timol’s last seconds alive and how he tried his level best to save him before he allegedly jumped out of a window on the 10th floor at John Vorster Square. “I saw him [Timol] open the window 37