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12 December 2018 7:23 AM Rassie: Stick played a big role in 2018

Cape Town - Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus has praised the work done by assistant coach Mzwandile Stick during the year. Having been the Bok backline coach under Allister Coetzee in 2016, Stick was then axed from the coaching team for 2017 with Coetzee instead turning to Cheetahs coach Franco Smith. Erasmus, however, made the decision to go back to Stick 23

10 December 2018 4:22 PM Armed group blocks key oil field in Libya

An armed group has seized one of Libya's largest oilfields in the country's southwest, the state-owned National Oil Corporation said on Monday. The seizure of Sharara oilfield prompted the company to declare a "force majeure" on exports from the field. "National Oil Corporation (NOC) hereby declares a state of force majeure at the Akakus-operated Sharara 27

10 December 2018 7:05 AM Record number of tries in Cape Town

Cape Town - Fiji won the fourth instalment of the HSBC Cape Town Sevens - becoming the fourth different champion in the Mother City - on a weekend which delivered the most tries ever at a packed Cape Town Stadium. When USA speedster, Carlin Isles, crossed the tryline in injury time of the Cup final, he scored the 297th five-pointer of the weekend, which 32

09 December 2018 7:05 AM Spain aids pregnant woman, kayakers in migrant rescue

Spanish authorities say they have rescued 33 migrants crossing the Strait of Gibraltar, including a pregnant woman on a small boat and four people paddling two kayaks across the busy shipping lane. The country's Maritime Rescue Service said on its Twitter account on Saturday that it was informed about the migrants trying to reach Europe from North Africa 27

06 December 2018 3:36 PM 2 US warplanes crash off Japan; 1 rescued, 6 missing

Two American warplanes crashed into the Pacific Ocean off Japan's southwestern coast after a midair collision early on Thursday, and rescuers found one of the seven crew members in stable condition while searching for the others, officials said. The US Marine Corps said that the 02:00 crash involved an F/A-18 fighter jet and a KC-130 refueling aircraft 24

05 December 2018 12:43 PM 15 arrested after Global Citizen festival violence, says Cele

Fifteen people have been arrested and 50 cases reported as a result of crimes committed after "unforeseen circumstances" at the star-studded Global Citizen festival in Soweto, Police Minister Bheki Cele said on Wednesday. Of those, six people have appeared in court after allegations of theft and common assault during chaos at a nearby Sasol garage which 28

05 December 2018 8:38 AM Emirates replaces 777 with massive A380 on its Joburg route

Out with the old and in with the new, as Emirates replaces their Boeing 777 with the Airbus A380 on its EK762 and EK 761 routes between Johannesburg and Dubai. Effective from 1 December, the change is aimed at supporting growing demand in SA, and will provide the routes with a 14% increase in seat capacity - this means a total of 519 seats in a three-class 55

05 December 2018 7:27 AM SA Express announces new route between Joburg and Mthatha

Connectivity between Eastern Cape and Gauteng just got a boost as SA express announced on Tuesday that it will be introducing a new route between Mthatha and Johannesburg. The daily flight from OR Tambo International Airport will commence from 10 December in time for the busy holiday period, with the intention of increasing frequency early in the new year if there 29

01 December 2018 2:05 PM Red-hot Harding shares lead in Mauritius

Anahita - Justin Harding played himself to a share of the lead in round three of the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open when he carded an unblemished eight-under-par 64 at Four Season Golf Club on Saturday. He joined overnight leader Kurt Kitayama of the United States who shot two-under in round three to total 16-under-par ahead of the final round in Mauritius 20

30 November 2018 5:53 PM Giants rock Paarl at St George’s

Port Elizabeth - Nelson Mandela Bay Giants consolidated their second spot on the table as they whipped Paarl Rocks by 48 runs in their Mzansi Super League cricket fixture at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Friday. Set 169 for the win, the Rocks could only muster 120 all out as the Giants claimed their fourth victory of the competition in their 25