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16 January 2019 4:20 AM Tsitsipas continues Greek odyssey with tough Troicki win

Melbourne - Stefanos Tsitsipas is already the highest ranked Greek man in history and the first to win an Australian Open match, and his odyssey continued on Wednesday when he reached last 32. But the 20-year-old 14th seed didn't have it all his own way against Serbian veteran Viktor Troicki in a hard-fought 6-3, 2-6, 6-2, 7-5 win that set up a third-round 693

15 January 2019 8:08 AM Bok No 9: Another new coach won’t disrupt Bulls

Cape Town - Bulls scrumhalf Ivan van Zyl believes a third Super Rugby coach in as many seasons will not prove disruptive for the Pretoria franchise. "It’s obviously ideal to have continuity but we’ve been working with coach Pote (Human) for long and everyone is excited to play for him. He was also part of our coaching team last year," Van Zyl told Netwerk 95

15 January 2019 4:00 AM MONEY CLINIC: When do you need debt consolidation or a debt review?

QUESTION: Is it better to get debt consolidation or to be under debt review? ANSWER: Capitec Bank gives a good explanation of the different options when you get into trouble with too much debt and struggle to keep up with your monthly payments. Apart from debt consolidation and debt review, there is also debt administration through a court order and selling 102

14 January 2019 11:33 AM Canada air traffic controllers buy pizza for US colleagues

Canadian air traffic controllers have bought hundreds of pizzas for their American counterparts over the past few days in what has become an industry-wide show of support during the US government's partial shutdown. Peter Duffey, the head of the Canadian Air Traffic Control Association, said on Sunday the initiative began on Thursday when employees at Edmonton's 111

11 January 2019 9:10 AM Disguised gunmen kill four volunteers guarding Thai school

Attackers disguised as state security staff have killed four paramilitary volunteers guarding a school in conflict-hit southern Thailand, police said. The gunmen approached the armed territorial defence volunteers at the school in Pattani province and shot them dead shortly before noon on Thursday, Wicha Nupannoi, police lieutenant colonel, was quoted 132

10 January 2019 10:37 AM WATCH: Ben Cutting left with bleeding face after catch attempt

Cape Town - Australian cricketer Ben Cutting's misjudged attempt at a catch in the Big Bash on Thursday left with with a bloody face. The incident happened in the group stage fixture between the Melbourne Renegades and the Brisbane Heat, who Cutting plays for. Defending a target of 145, the Heat were in the field when Renegades opener Marcus Harris top-edged 104

08 January 2019 12:08 PM Cash bonuses for India heroes after Australia Test triumph

New Delhi - India on Tuesday awarded cash bonuses of up to $85 000 (R1.2 million) for Virat Kohli and his players who secured a historic first Test series triumph in Australia. India clinched the four-match series 2-1 in Sydney on Monday, sparking national celebrations. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) congratulated the team and announced 81

08 January 2019 8:38 AM SA's foot and mouth disease-free status temporarily suspended following outbreak

An outbreak of foot and mouth disease has led to the temporary suspension of South Africa's FMD-free status, the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries announced on Tuesday. "The matter has been reported to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) on Monday (January 7, 2019)," said spokesperson Khaye Nkwanyana. "As a result of this development 101

08 January 2019 6:18 AM Bumrah gets ODI, T20 break after Australia heroics

New Delhi - Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah was on Tuesday rested for the upcoming one-day series in Australia and tour of New Zealand after playing a key role in India's historic Test triumph Down Under. Bumrah took 21 wickets in four Tests as India clinched the series 2-1. It was India's first ever Test series win in Australia after seven decades of trying 82

07 January 2019 7:45 AM We've seized control of govt 'to restore democracy', says Gabon army

Soldiers in Gabon have appeared on state television saying they have launched a coup in the west African country. Early Monday an army soldier, flanked by two others holding guns, read out a statement saying the military has seized control of the government "to restore democracy" to the country. Residents of the capital, Libreville, report that military 82