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20 February 2018 6:28 PM Cell C's positive results bolstered by subscriber growth

Johannesburg - Mobile network provider Cell C’s service revenue jumped 12% to R13.2bn with a total revenue increase of 7% to R15.7bn for the year ending December 2017. The company’s positive results were bolstered by a subscriber growth of 6% to 16.3 million active users. Cell C’s earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation (EBITDA) 24

20 February 2018 2:21 PM Kolisi looks at positives ahead of tough tour

Cape Town - A three-match tour of Australia and New Zealand might not be a perfect way to get into the new season but Stormers skipper Siya Kolisi has grabbed at some positives. According to the website, the Stormers flew out for Sydney on Sunday, the day after a fits and starts 28-20 win over the Jaguares at Newlands. They play the Waratahs 23

20 February 2018 1:12 PM Two Kenyan pilots released by S Sudan rebels

Juba - Two Kenyan pilots held for over a month after crash-landing their plane in rebel-held South Sudan have been released, a rebel spokesperson said on Tuesday. The two men were flying South Sudanese aid workers close to Akobo in the east of the country early last month when they were forced to make an emergency landing, resulting in the death of one civilian 20

19 February 2018 2:29 PM Ringrose called up by Ireland

Cape Town - Centre Garry Ringrose is in contention to face Wales in the Six Nations this weekend after replacing Robbie Henshaw in the Ireland squad. The 22-year-old has been struggling with an ankle issue since January but has now overcome that problem and joined training on Monday. Meanwhile, scrumhalf John Cooney has been rewarded for his fine season 22

18 February 2018 4:03 AM Being Rassie in SA Rugby must be nice

Johannesburg - Forget Eddie Jones and co in the Six Nations, John Mitchell et al in Super Rugby or Deon Davids and the boys in the PRO14, the busiest coach (or is that director of rugby?) in the game this minute is, apparently, Rassie Erasmus. According to reports, Erasmus has been hard at work doing the Springboks’ planning for the year, going on fact-finding 28

17 February 2018 7:22 AM Markram opens up on 'tough' captaincy

Cape Town - Aiden Markram admits that captaining the Proteas in the recently completed ODI series against India was "tough". Markram (23) took over the leadership after regular captain Faf du Plessis was injured following the first ODI. It was a surprising decision from the Proteas brains trust, and Markram won just one of his five matches in charge 19

16 February 2018 6:30 AM Ramaphosa says Tsvangirai will be remembered for his 'profound role in Zim politics'

Cape Town – President Cyril Ramaphosa has sent his condolences to Zimbabwe, following the passing away of veteran opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai. "On behalf of the government and people of South Africa, President Ramaphosa has conveyed his heartfelt condolences to the family of Mr Tsvangirai, the government and people of Zimbabwe on this sad loss. "He assured 27

14 February 2018 8:14 PM Gibson has 'no idea' over Markram's batting woes

Cape Town - Proteas coach Ottis Gibson says he isn't quite clear on what has attributed to Aiden Markram's sudden loss of form in the middle. Markram was named captain after Faf du Plessis was forced out of the squad due to a finger injury after the first One-Day International (ODI) against India. Since being handed over the captaincy, the 23-year-old 27

14 February 2018 3:31 PM Halep powers to victory on return in Qatar

Doha - World No 2 Simona Halep won easily on her return to competitive action since losing the Australian Open final, beating Ekaterina Makarova in straight sets in the Qatar Open on Wednesday. Halep eased through 6-3, 6-0 against the Russian, in a second round match lasting just 71 minutes. She received a bye in the first round. The Romanian raced to a 5-1 lead in the first 28

14 February 2018 2:42 PM June on anniversary of Reeva’s death: ‘I sometimes wonder how Barry and I have survived to tell the tale’

It’s been five years since Reeva Steenkamp's tragic death and her mother June Steenkamp is still battling to come to terms with the loss of her precious daughter. The bereaved mother wrote a piece on Mamamia, an Australian women’s website, revealing how she’s been carrying on her late daughter’s legacy. 14 February 2018 marks five years since Reeva was shot dead by Oscar 27