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19 September 2018 11:55 AM Bok fullback: 7 options to replace Willie le Roux

Cape Town - Nothing has been confirmed yet, but there is a very good chance that the Springboks will be without Willie le Roux for their final two Rugby Championship matches against Australia and New Zealand. Le Roux has returned to Wasps in England where he is expected to play against the Sale Sharks this weekend, and his availability for the Boks beyond 50

19 September 2018 7:47 AM Black Coffee announces international concert

Johannesburg – Soulistic Music on Wednesday announced the inaugural Music Is King Concert set to take place at TicketPro Dome in Johannesburg this December. About the festival Black Coffee says: “I’m in a space where I’m starting to make music not pigeon-holed into a genre and I feel music should be celebrated as music not divided into different genres 153

19 September 2018 3:08 AM SAHRC to conduct hospital inspection after Klebsiella pneumonia outbreak

The SA Human Rights Commission is expected to conduct a site inspection at Thelle Mogoerane Hospital in Vosloorus, Johannesburg on Wednesday. This, after six newborn babies died following a Klebsiella pneumonia outbreak at the hospital. "Further allegations indicate that overcrowding at the hospital's neonatal unit played a key role in the outbreak and spreading 62

18 September 2018 3:57 PM Lesufi on FF+ charges against him

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says the Freedom Front Plus' (FF+) insinuation that he wants to abolish Afrikaans at schools is nothing more than "petty politics". "We have never insinuated that Afrikaans will be abolished. This is petty politics and [I] really don't take such [statements seriously]. We will never be deterred to make all our schools 55

18 September 2018 3:38 PM Rocky start for Sierra Leone's free school programme

Some two million children in Sierra Leone went back to school on Monday in a key test of the country's landmark free education programme for primary and high school students. It was a key election pledge of President Julius Maada Bio, who took office in early April. Bio has said he will donate three months of his salary to the scheme, which covers school 74

18 September 2018 3:28 PM John Mitchell appointed England defence guru

London - Former New Zealand head coach John Mitchell is to take charge of England's defence after the Rugby Football Union paid South African province Blue Bulls a reported £200 000 in compensation. The 54-year-old - who guided the All Blacks to the 2003 World Cup semi-finals where they lost to hosts and bitter rivals Australia - fills the vacuum left by Paul Gustard 62

18 September 2018 3:13 PM 'Ferrari are thinking of a champ post-Vettel'

Cape Town - Eddie Jordan doubts Charles Leclerc will match Kimi Raikkonen's points-tally from this season when he races for Ferrari next year, but says it is a sign the Scuderia are planning for the future. Following the Italian Grand Prix, Ferrari announced that Raikkonen could be leaving the team at the end of this season. His seat will instead go to Sauber 51

18 September 2018 2:50 PM Bulls lock Van Heerden signs deal with Sharks

Durban - The Sharks on Tuesday announced the signing of Bulls lock Ruben van Heerden, who joined the Durban-franchise on a three-year contract. Last year was a breakthrough year for the 20-year old, who not only represented the SA U/20, but he also made his Super Rugby debut. Confirming his signing, the Sharks head coach Robert du Preez said: "Ruben 47

18 September 2018 2:01 PM Israel to approve immigration for 1 000 Ethiopian Jews

The Israeli government announced on Monday that it agreed to absorb 1 000 Ethiopian Jews - accepting just a fraction of the African country's 8 000 remaining Jews who want to move to Israel. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that a special committee had agreed to allow community members who already have children in Israel to immigrate. It was not clear 53

18 September 2018 1:18 PM CONFIRMED: Bulls part ways with John Mitchell

Cape Town - The Bulls have confirmed that they have parted ways with director of rugby John Mitchell after just one full season in charge. "The Blue Bulls Company would like to confirm that it has come to a mutual agreement with Executive Rugby John Mitchell and the RFU, regarding his immediate release from his current contract with the company," a statement 57