Pink Proteas chase 263 to level series

There was also a return of 3/46 from spinner Imran Tahir in his best bowling effort of the series.

The Proteas will need to chase down 263 to level the one day international series against England after a good bowling effort restricted the tourists at the Wanderers on Friday.

Pink Proteas chase 263 to level series

Pink Proteas chase 263 to level series

There was also a return of 3/46 from spinner Imran Tahir in his best bowling effort of the series.

VIDEO: Municipal protesters torch trees

VIDEO: Municipal protesters torch trees

The protest started on Tuesday.
Bokoni Platinum Mine stopped after miner’s death

Bokoni Platinum Mine stopped after miner’s death

“As NUM we are very concerned about fatal accidents.”
Trevor Noah on Esquire’s cover

Trevor Noah on Esquire’s cover

The magazine posted a pic of the cover on Noah’s wall yesterday.

Police corruption, bribe claim probed

One of the officers allegedly refused to speak to the employer, telling her they “don’t speak to white people because they are cheeky”.

Two killed, two injured in Durban car crash

Police are investigating the cause of the accident.

Mpumalanga ANC members join EFF

EFF provincial leader Collen Sedibe said he was happy to welcome the new members from the ANC.

Farm ‘murders’ appear in court

The four arrived in court dressed in their Sunday best with supporters of both the families of the accused.

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Jason Goliath to perform at Metro FM Comedy show

“We strive for our listeners to enjoy a holistic lifestyle experience.”

Top Gear hits the track with monster crew

Monster six strong presenting crew (and a Stig) front the BBC’s headline series.

Kanye West unveils new album, Yeezy 3 line at NY fashion week

Kanye West is many things: rap megastar, fashion designer, husband of Kim Kardashian. On Thursday, his worlds collided — in front of more than 15,000 people at New York’s Madison Square Garden.

80s-inspired fashion show draws four-legged models

Donning frocks and fabrics of all colors, dogs, cats, chickens and even a lizard strutted to 80s music at a US charity event.


Cavendish wins Tour of Qatar

“The team made the step up to World Tour (status) this year and we’ve already won a GC.”

Valbuena sex-tape blackmail suspects released from custody

“He wants to focus purely on football and I think that soon we will be able to forget all about this. I hope so.”

Van Gaal uncertain about future

“At the end of the competition the pressure is rising for everybody.”

Man racially abused by Chelsea fans to attend PSG rematch

“The other is in Paris where the prosecutor is still investigating a ‘racist assault by a group on public transport’.”


Deutsche Bank to buy back 4.8 bn euros in bonds

But Deutsche Bank has taken a bigger battering because it is also entangled in a web of legal woes.

All-time low for Foskor

At full capacity, Foskor Richards Bay is able produce per annum 2.2 million tons of sulphuric acid, 720,000 tons of phosphoric acid and 300,000 tons of granular fertiliser.

Banking Association responds to Sona

“Sona has clearly identified the economy and economic growth as the number one priority for SA”

Banks want economy plans in Sona

As Presidency announces task team between business and government.


‘Time to say goodbye’ to comet probe Philae: space agency

Scientists gave up Friday trying to contact robot lab Philae, stubbornly silent on the surface of a comet streaking through space — closing a captivating chapter in an historic quest.

Large-scale Zika vaccine trial ’18 months away’

An estimated 15 companies or groups have begun work on a vaccine for the virus.

Australian spider wins out over deadly snake

In a duel down-under, two venomous powerhouses were at each other’s throats.

South Korea warns North over ‘illegal’ asset freeze

South Korea warned North Korea on Friday that it had acted “illegally” in freezing the assets of South Korean companies and staff expelled from the jointly run Kaesong industrial zone.


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