Super Rugby News: Latest results, table and fixtures for the weekend as on 22 April

Brumbies 20-25 Jaguares
The Jaguares pulled off another stunning victory in Canberra on Sunday. The men from Buenos Aires shocked the Rebels last weekend and many were wondering if they could bag another away win.
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Springbok tickets: England at Newlands : Everything you need to know

Want to go watch the Springboks take on England at Newlands un June? Be prepared to pay a pretty penny. Details of how much tickets will cost and when they will go on sale was announced on Friday.

The Springboks will host England for an incoming tour in June – and details of tickets are being announced in dribs and drabs. Details of tickets for the opening match in Johannesburg was announced in March.

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Rugby News: Jake’s “racist” XV for Wales Test slammed by ex-Bok

Ollie believes Jake has good intentions, but he would be following a “racist policy”.

Former Springbok coach, Jake White has caused a bit a stir in rugby circle’s by suggesting that incumbent,………
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Norwegian student disappears on Garden Route

A search is under way for a 21-year-old student on holiday from Norway who disappeared while walking on the beach in Sedgefield on the Garden Route.

Marie Ostbo‚ who is studying in France‚ arrived in the town with a group of international student tourists on Wednesday. She was last seen just 100 metres away from a backpacker’s lodge where they were staying.
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Jake White urges Rassie Erasmus to be racist and pick black players against Wales

Former Springboks coach, Jake White feels the upcoming once-off Test against Wales is the perfect opportunity for the side’s new mentor, Rassie Erasmus to signal a commitment to transformation.

The Boks take on the Dragons in a historical match, that will be played at Washington DC on 2 June, a week before they are set to take on world number two, England, in a three-match series.
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The Cape Town International Airport set for a name change

EFF leader, Julius Malema’s call for the renaming of Cape Town International Airport (CTIA) sparked a great debate over the weekend, and according to IOL, a name change is on the cards.

Delivering an eulogy at late struggle stalwart, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s funeral held in Soweto on Saturday, Malema threw down the gauntlet as he suggested that the airport be renamed to take the name of the anti-Apartheid icon.

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Commonwealth Games 2018:- Sevens shocker as TeamSA fail to get a medal

Team South Africa ended the 2018 Commonwealth Games the opposite way that it started – with a bit of a let down. The South African Sevens sides failed to win a single medal as the Gold Coast event wrapped up.

They ended Sunday’s final day empty-handed when both the men’s and women’s rugby sevens sides failed to add to the tally.
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Springboks to kick off 2018 Rugby Championship against Argentina in Durban

Once again, the Boks will kick off their Rugby Championship campaign with back to back games against the Pumas.

The fixtures list for the 2018 Rugby Championship was revealed on Thursday, and the Springboks will kick off their campaign against Argentina at Kings Park in Durban.
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The 2018 Commonwealth Games: All South Africa’s medal winners

South Africa is pottering along steadily at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, but has a long way to go to repeat its most successful medal haul.

This article will be updated when medals are won…last updated: 12 April, 12:27 SAST.

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South Africans abroad: How to register and vote in the 2019 elections

Did you know that South Africans can vote abroad in the 2019 elections? Lekker right? There are hundreds of thousands of us South Africans living abroad and our country needs every vote to ensure that our Democracy is maintained.

South Africa has a proportional representation system. That basically means that the more votes a party gets, the more seats they will get in Parliament. The more diverse the representation in Parliament, the healthier our Democracy will be.
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