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13 March 2018 5:51 PM Spotify launches in SA with free music streaming using less data

Johannesburg - The world’s biggest music streaming platform, Spotify went live in South Africa on Monday night. The service officially launches in the country on Tuesday and marks the first time Spotify will be available on the African continent. With over 159 million active users, including over 71 million Spotify Premium subscribers, Spotify offers 27

13 March 2018 7:02 AM STATS: AB officially Oz's public enemy No 1

Cape Town - AB de Villiers' century in the first innings of the second Test against Australia at St George's Park in Port Elizabeth helped etch the prolific batsman's name into the annuls of SA cricketing folklore. Not only did De Villiers' unbeaten 126 go a long way to helping his side to a series-leveling six wicket victory, it was also a record sixth 23

13 March 2018 5:35 AM WATCH: Varsity Cup fan protest turns ugly

Cape Town - Chaotic scenes blighted Monday night’s Varsity Cup match between the NMMU Madibaz and Maties in Port Elizabeth. The game was halted eight minutes into the second half due to a pitch invasion. Maties were leading 19-0 at the time and were awarded the victory when the match was officially called off. According to the HeraldLIVE website, members 24

12 March 2018 12:02 PM KZN top cop a no show at Moerane Commission

Durban – KwaZulu-Natal's top cop was a no-show for the final day of police testimony at the Moerane Commission in Durban on Monday. Acting provincial police commissioner Major General Bheki Langa is apparently on "official police business" in Mozambique. Langa was meant to testify at a previous sitting but left early due to "other commitments". He was informed 31

08 March 2018 5:31 AM Two SA airports clinch best in Airport Service Quality awards

Cape Town - As the world moves into the hyper-connectivity of air travel, airports have become cities in their own right. Ensuring that standards are high across the board has been the Airports Council International's (ACI), which surveys more than 600k passengers annually to understand which airports are getting it right. For Airports Company South 28

22 February 2018 7:00 PM Qatar to plant 16,000 trees to spruce up World Cup venues

Doha - Desert country Qatar will plant at least 16,000 trees in a bid to "beautify" its eight planned 2022 World Cup stadiums, tournament organisers said on Thursday. The trees, a mixture of local specimens and other varieties imported from China, Spain and Thailand, will be grown in a vast nursery outside capital city Doha before being planted around 32

21 February 2018 2:53 PM Sugary drinks tax a go, plastic bag levy up

Cape Town - South Africans will be paying more for sugary drinks from April 1 this year. Officially called the “health promotion levy”, the tax on sugar-sweetened beverages aims to reduce South Africans' sugar consumption in an effort to control the high obesity rate. It amounts to a tax of 2.1c per gram of sugar per 100ml, above 4 grams per 100ml. The new tax is expected 37

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 40

14 February 2018 9:24 AM Michael and Nicole Phelps share first snaps of baby no 2

Cape Town – Michael Phelps and his wife, Nicole have welcomed their second child - a boy named Beckett Richard Phelps. The couple announced baby Beckett’s arrival with adorable photos of the newborn and his big brother, 1-year-old Boomer on social media. Alongside a picture of Nicole and Boomer holding Beckett, Michael wrote: “Magical moments yesterday 24

14 February 2018 6:10 AM Is Zim's Mnangagwa keeping his word? Here's one way to find out

Harare - President Emmerson Mnangagwa has spent more than 80 days in office, and a group of tech-savvy Zimbabweans has come up with a way of monitoring his progress (or lack of it) via a "presidential promise meter". The online tool, dubbed the "Mnangagwameter" is designed to measure the new president’s performance during his first 100 days in office 34