AB de Villiers could be set to return to the Proteas

AB de Villiers could be set for a return to the Proteas fold, according to Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) newly appointed CEO, Thabang Moroe.
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Waterponie-rekord wink dié week vir Suid-Afrikaner

’n Suid-Afrikaner wat probeer om die wêreldrekord te verbeter vir die langste alleenvaart op ’n waterponie, sê hy wou die rekord van 3 047 km op Mandeladag ewenaar, maar weens onstuimige omstandighede sal hy dit moontlik eers later in die week regkry. Marinus du Plessis (55) van Pretoria, probeer bykans 11 000 km in 40 […]
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Over 100 visa-free travel destinations are now available to South Africans

South Africa has officially moved into the top 50 powerful passports on the planet, as 11 more countries granted SA nationals visa-free entry in the last year. BusinessTech shared travel advisors Henley & Partners’ latest travel index, and it is good news for any of us with a touch of wanderlust. The total amount of […]
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Weekend travel information for 13 July 2018

Here is our weekly travel update to help you get around London this weekend, 14 and 15 July, and also the following week.

Most of the network will be open with services running as normal, so you’ll be able to get wherever you need to go, but to ensure your journey goes smoothly please check if any of the following affect you.

London Underground

Central line
From 00:45 on Saturday 14 and all day Sunday 15 July, Central line trains will not stop at Bank station. This includes Night Tube. For Bank, exit at St. Paul’s station. This is due to platform engineering work.

Metropolitan line
On Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July, there will be no service between Aldgate and Wembley Park. This is due to ballast and track replacement work.

London Overground
On Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July, there will be no service between Clapham Junction and Willes
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Authorities in Mozambique have been clamping down on SAFFERS

Since last month, Mozambican immigration authorities have been clamping down on South Africans who arrive for business under the pretence of being in the country on holiday. Dozens of South Africans have had their passports confiscated and are said to be stranded in Mozambique for overstaying their welcome. Their only recourse now to have their […]
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Tennis speler Kevin Anderson deur na Wimbledon-kwarteindronde

Kevin Anderson is vir die eerste keer in sy loopbaan in die Wimbledon-kwarteindronde. Nie omdat hy Maandag sterker of vinniger of meer kreatief as sy teenstander, Gael Monfils, was nie. Omdat hy sielkundig beter was.
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Tourists robbed on their way to visit Mandela’s house in Alexandra

Five tourists were recently robbed of their cellphones and handbags while visiting tourist destinations in Alexandra, Johannesburg, Sandton Chronicle reports.
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SA swimming champion marries Greek goddess

South African Olympic swimming champion Cameron van der Burgh married his Pretoria fiancé, Nefeli Valakelis on Monday. Van der Burgh, who became 30 in May, and Valakelis tied the knot  at the luxurious Ktima 48 resort in Anavyssos in eastern Greece. Valakelis is of Greek origin and a former lawyer currently employed as account manager […]
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Suid- Afrikaners wat na buiteland reis, gemaan

Die departement van internasionale betrekkinge en samewerking het Dinsdag ʼn veldtog van stapel gestuur wat Suid-Afrikaners wat na die buiteland reis, aanmoedig om hulle deeglik te vergewis van die moets en moenies van die lande waarheen hulle reis. Dit volg ná die onlangse voorval waarin 51 jong Suid-Afrikaanse onderwysers in China gestrand was. Die departement […]
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It’s time to take your money out of South Africa

Economist Dawie Roodt has advised South Africans to take their money out of the country amid looming downgrades which would send the economy into another recession. Speaking to IOL following the release of the auditor general’s report on the financial health of state-owned entities last week, Roodt said that the country is in dire straits. […]
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