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15 August 2018 5:19 PM Angola to exhume body of rebel chief Savimbi for 'dignified' burial

The body of Angola rebel chief Jonas Savimbi, killed in 2002, will be exhumed before the end of the year so it be can be buried "with dignity," his party said on Wednesday. Isaias Samakuva, the current leader of the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (Unita) made the announcement to reporters after meeting the state president, Joao Lourenco 18

15 August 2018 7:21 AM Wales defence coach Edwards takes role with Ospreys

London - Wales defence coach Shaun Edwards has agreed to work with the Ospreys in a consultancy role. Edwards, who recently revealed he will become head coach of rugby league side Wigan in 2020, plans to combine the Ospreys role with his Wales duties. "For me it is a great opportunity to work alongside some great players, a lot of which I know from their 17

14 August 2018 4:28 AM Bok backline pair extend Lions stay

Cape Town - After a month of departures from the union, there was some good news at last for the Lions with Springboks Elton Jantjies and Lionel Mapoe extending their contracts. The union reported on Monday that the pair, who are both currently training with the Springboks ahead of the Rugby Championship, had signed one-year contract extensions 17

14 August 2018 4:01 AM Survivor SA: Philippines finale heading to Cape Town with promises of new surprises

Cape Town – The 6th season's 2-hour finale of Survivor South Africa: Philippines on M-Net (DStv 101) will end on Thursday, 16 August. Host Nico Panagio will reveal the final vote tally and the winner in a live broadcast that will take place in front of a live studio audience, done for the first time from Cape Town. The previous 5 seasons of Survivor 30

13 August 2018 7:06 PM Zim opposition, civil groups dismiss AU, SADC as 'toothless bulldogs'

Zimbabwean civil society organisations (CSOs) and opposition political parties have reportedly described the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the African Union (AU) observer missions as "toothless bulldogs" following their endorsement of the just ended disputed elections as free, fair and credible. According to NewsDay, the CSOs and the opposition 25

13 August 2018 6:21 PM Fitness guru to coach Lions in Currie Cup

Cape Town - Strength and conditioning coach Ivan van Rooyen looks set to coach the Golden Lions in the upcoming Currie Cup. Swys de Bruin, who coached the Lions to this year’s Super Rugby final, will not be involved with the union’s Currie Cup team on a full-time basis due to his commitments at the Springboks. Afrikaans website Netwerk24 reported on Sunday 21

13 August 2018 9:43 AM JUST IN: Unions accept wage deal to end Gautrain strike

The United National Transport Union has agreed to a wage deal with the Gautrain which will end the two-week long strike. Officials told a mass meeting at the Gautrain Midrand Depot on Monday that they had agreed to an 8% wage hike across the board following marathon meetings over the weekend. UNTU is affiliated with trade union federation Fedusa, and claims 27

12 August 2018 12:17 PM Morocco authorities force hundreds of migrants out of north

Moroccan authorities have forcefully relocated hundreds of migrants in recent days from camps and homes in the kingdom's north, a local official and a rights group said on Saturday. "This is an operation that is part of the fight against illegal immigration," said an official speaking on behalf of local authorities in Tangier. The official estimated 23

09 August 2018 6:57 PM Jubilant celebrations across SA for Women's Day

It was a day of jubilant celebrations across South Africa as the nation celebrated the victories and accomplishments of women. While a number of events were held, President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed a gathering in Paarl in the Western Cape. While Ramaphosa called for the exploitation and brutalisation of women to end, he was confronted with a small group 42

08 August 2018 11:17 AM Murray to carry SA flag in World Rugby Sevens Series

Cape Town - South Africa’s Ashleigh Murray, one of the country’s leading women’s referees, has been named among the 25 match officials from 15 unions for the 2019 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series. World Rugby named the appointments for the forthcoming season on Tuesday. Rasta Rasivhenge, one of the most experiences referees on the men's circuit, will continue 27