SA veearts, Lesotho-seun onder gaste wat die naweek die Britse koninklike troue bygewoon het

‘n Oudleerling van die St. Andrew-skool in Bloemfontein was een van honderde gaste wat die naweek die Britse koninklike troue bygewoon het.

Chris Kester Vickery (45), wat in 1990 aan dié skool gematrikuleer het, was een van die sowat 600 uitgesoekte gaste wat Saterdag die troue van die hertog en hertogin van Sussex bygewoon het.
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Visas for South Africans: Do you need a visa to travel to Australia and what does it cost?

Australia is a popular travel destination for South Africans, whether for vacationing or on a more permanent basis.

The political uncertainty of recent years saw a bit of a spike in the country’s citizens seeking to settle elsewhere, with the land Down Under getting a decent chunk of Saffers moving to its shores.

Most recently, one of former President Jacob Zuma’s bloodiest cabinet reshuffles saw Australian visa requests from South African surge by up to three times, following the axing of Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan from his previous post as Finance Minister.
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HOT STUFF:- Watch the FULL video of what happend between Botha, Mallet and Willemse before he walked off set

On Saturday night, after the Lions’ win over the Brumbies, Ashwin Willemse walked off set live on air in an incident that has since gone viral and caused mixed reactions.

Many people, including former Springbok Thando Manana has praised Willemse for his stance. South Africa’s ………..
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New Boks coach, Rassie Erasmus set to name his first Springbok squad in the coming week

The strongest indication yet of the direction the Springboks are headed under new coach, Rassie Erasmus is set to come to light this coming Saturday, as he will name his first squad since taking over the reins in March.
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Super Rugby News: Results, highlights and latest table for 18 and 19 May 2018

Jaguares 54-24 Bulls
Argentina’s Jaguares hammered the Bulls 54-24 in Buenos Aires.

Jaguares made it five victories in a row with a dominant second-half display overwhelming Bulls, who trailed 20-10 at half-time.
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Springbok Rugby News: Boks to play Wales without overseas-based players

Springbok coach, Rassie Erasmus will have to go into his first Test at the helm with a XV comprising of only players based in South Africa…………
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Super Rugby News: Results, video clips and Latest Super Rugby table – 12 May 2018

Bulls 39-30 Sharks
The Bulls came out top in a feisty South African derby at Loftus on Saturday. The win reignited the Bulls’ playoff aspirations in 2018, scoring five tries to three from their visitors.
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Rugby News:- SA Rugby ditch overseas-based player policy

The pool of players available to new Springbok coach, Rassie Erasmus has just increased drastically, as SA Rugby have made a change to its selection policy, regarding overseas-based players.
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Sterkman Johan Els is as die wêreld se sesde sterkste man aangewys

‘n Sterkman van Christiana in Noordwes, Johan Els (38), is onlangs as die wêreld se sesde sterkste man aangewys.

Els het van 28 April tot 1 Mei aan The World’s Strongest Man-kompetisie in Manila in die Filippyne deelgeneem waar hy die sesde plek behaal het.

Die kompetisie gaan nie net oor brute krag nie; deelnemers se stamina, vaardigheid, taktiek, fiksheid en strategie in verskeie dissiplines word ook op die proef gestel.

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SA plans to ease visa admin for holders of valid US, UK or Canadian visas

When it comes to making it easier for key markets to visit South Africa as well as concluding key travel business deals, the “proof is in the doing”, says Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom.

Speaking to Traveller24 over the weekend after Indaba 2018 took place in Durban, Hanekom says he remains positive about tourism’s potential.

“Indaba was really excellent, having spent four days there and meeting with eight African ministers and one deputy, it was packed with a good turnout.”
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