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12 January 2019 9:11 PM Dakar driver excluded after colliding with SA spectator

Cape Town - A former champion in the Dakar Rally’s truck division has been excluded from this year’s event for failing to stop after a collision with a South African spectator. According to the website, Andrey Karginov, competing for Russia's Kamaz team in the truck category, was subsequently excluded from this year's event in Peru. Karginov 81

30 December 2018 2:17 PM City of CT to act against security company, #ReclaimClifton protesters

The City of Cape Town will lay a formal complaint against private security company PPA with the Private Security Industry Regulatory Body (Psira) on Monday following reports that the company illegally removed people from Clifton Fourth beach on December 23. Protesters descended on the beach on Friday, slaughtering a sheep in what they termed a "cleansing 77

20 November 2018 8:55 AM Pacquiao teases Mayweather rematch after January bout

New York - Filipino veteran Manny Pacquiao revealed on Monday he has spoken with Floyd Mayweather about a possible sequel to their 2015 superfight, but said no decision would be taken on a rematch until the New Year. Speaking in New York to confirm details of his January 19 fight against Adrien Broner, Pacquiao said he had discussed a rematch with Mayweather 53

19 November 2018 9:27 AM Man United keen on Pickford if De Gea leaves

Cape Town - Manchester United are reportedly interested in signing Everton's Jordan Pickford should David de Gea not put pen to paper on a new deal. De Gea is said to be stalling on signing a new contract amid some poor form at the club in recent times under manager Jose Mourinho. A deal has been on the table for a lengthy amount of time however the Spain 45

14 November 2018 6:00 PM WATCH: Museum staff have their hands full stopping cats from visiting exhibition

Cape Town – Back in 2016 the Hiroshima Onomichi City Museum of Art in Japan debuted a show all about cats and it was hit with real life felines. The show, which is exhibited on a regular basis, is called Cats — Mitsuaki Iwago Photography Exhibition and it has attracted the attention of two very big fans, who happen to be one little black cat and one bigger 85

23 September 2018 3:35 PM Kruger lion goes for casual walk along the highway

A male lion that had escaped from the Kruger National Park in Mpumalanga on Sunday morning has been recaptured, the South African National Parks (SANParks) said. The lion was spotted by passersby on the N4 from Crocodile Bridge towards Hectorspruit. It caused quite a scene with motorists stopping to take pictures and videos of the king of the jungle 53

08 September 2018 6:20 AM SA's Hatherly crowned mountain biking world champ!

Cape Town - South Africa boasts a new world champion in the form of mountain biker Alan Hatherly who won the Under-23 cross country title at the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Switzerland on Friday. Hatherly finished ahead of Christopher Blevins of the United States and David Nordemann of the Netherlands, stopping the clock in a time of 1:21.22 after 40

30 August 2018 8:07 PM Mabuza acknowledges public service wage bill growth is "unsustainable"

Deputy President David Mabuza acknowledged while responding to questions from Parliament in the National Assembly on Thursday that the head count in the public service would have to be reduced eventually. This admission is in tune with remarks from the Minister of Public Service and Administration Ayanda Dlodlo, although she has rejected reports of large 63

03 August 2018 7:21 PM Kenyan court overturns landmark sentence of ivory kingpin

A Kenyan court on Friday overturned a 20-year jail term handed to an ivory trafficking "kingpin", in a case that had been seen as a test of the country's will to take on rampant poaching. Feisal Mohamed Ali, a Kenyan national, was sentenced in 2016 after prosecutors presented him as the head of an organised crime network that spanned African wildlife 58

01 August 2018 4:47 AM Gautrain moves to normalise peak period operations, as strike continues

As the indefinite strike continues into the third day, the Gautrain has expanded its limited operations and opened the Rosebank station on Wednesday morning. The Bombela Operating Company (BOC) which runs the Gautrain, on Tuesday introduced a rail service between OR Tambo International Airport and Sandton stations, stopping at Rhodesfield station 59