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Gibson defended South Africa's tactics during a world record last wicket winning stand of 78 between Kusal Perera, who made 153 not out, and number 11, Vishwa Fernando. [Read More]
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If you are waiting to eat in the best restaurant in the world, well, be prepared to starve. The South African Wolfgat, which won the top prize at Monday's World Restaurant Awards, is a beachfront fine-dining establishment with an ever-evolving seven-course menu. The 2019 "Restaurant of the Year" is also 2.5 hours from the nearest city and... [Read More]
South Africa's parliament approved on Tuesday a long-delayed carbon tax bill as it seeks to reduce harmful carbon emissions in Africa's most industrialised and polluting country. [Read More]
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Celebrity daily edit: Jacques and Gabriella's South Africa adventure, RIP Karl Lagerfeld - video... [Read More]
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Dean Schneider lifts up a 94kg lion named Dexter in this adorable video from South Africa. The lion climbs into his arms and they hug for 23 seconds. Mr Schneider wants to educate people on wildlife. [Read More]
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Cricket News: South Africa will be seeking to bounce back in the second Test against Sri Lanka, starting at St George's Park on Thursday, after Kusal Perera's heroi... [Read More]
Swiss animal lover Dean Schneider cuddles up with Dexter, his lion cub friend, in South Africa. [Read More]
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South Africa will be seeking to bounce back in the second Test against Sri Lanka, starting at St George's Park on Thursday, after Kusal Perera'a heroics handed them a chastening defeat in the first Test.Perera became a national hero in Sri Lanka after scoring an unbeaten 153 in Durban to guide his country to a sensational first Test victory in South Africa. Although it was Perera who stole the headlines in the team's dramatic one-wicket win, the rest of the players rose to rookie captain Dimuth Karunaratne's challenge to "compete in every session".With Sri Lanka having a largely unheralded... [Read More]
Wolfgat, which opened last year in an isolated fishing village on South Africa's Western Cape, named best in the world. [Read More]
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Completed in 2018 in Nelspruit, South Africa. Images by Tristan McLaren, GAPP Architects & Urban Designers. In 2013, an architectural design competition was held by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) for the establishment of two newSouth... [Read More]
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Wolfgat, which opened last year in an isolated fishing village on the Western Cape, named best restaurant in the world. [Read More]
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A tiny beach restaurant in an isolated South African fishing village was named the best in the world on Monday. [Read More]
AngloGold Ashanti Ltd. (ANG.JO) on Tuesday reported a swing to net profit in the second half of 2018, citing strong performance after the restructuring of its operations in South Africa. The South African gold mining company made a profit of $100 million in the six months ended Dec. 31, compared with a loss of $15 million in the year-earlier period. Revenue in the second half of the year fell 19% to $1.94 billion, AngloGold Ashanti said. For the full year, AngloGold Ashanti recorded a profit of $133 million, compared with a loss of $191 million in 2017. Adjusted earnings... [Read More]
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Chef Kobus van der Merwe, who only learned to cook when he was 30, forages every day for ingredients on the wild Atlantic shore of the Western Cape near his Wolfgat Restaurant. [Read More]
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Exclusive: Defence company may finalize talks this year on production facilities in the Gulf... [Read More]
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A Japanese offshoot of Noma, a Bangkok fine dining restaurant and a South African ocean-side cottage eatery are among the winners of the inaugural World Restaurant Awards announced on Monday (Feb 18).. Read more at straitstimes.com. [Read More]
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Nomalanga Ndlovu was only 18 when she first left her village in southern Zimbabwe and crossed the border into South Africa in search of work. She wanted to support her family, who had recently lost much of their livestock to drought. After Nomalanga became pregnant and gave birth to a baby boy, Siyabonga, she left the child with her parents to return to her job as a domestic worker in South Africa. But on this fateful trip across the border in 2012, she disappeared. Knowing she would never abandon her son, her family fears the worst. [Read More]
White people are on the point of extinction. If you say anything about it, you are labeled a "white supremist." Black lives matter, but not white lives. We this, for example, in South Africa where white farmers are being massacred under the slogan "land or death" by blacks whose forebears arrived in South Africa after the forebears of the white farmers. The line is that the whites stole the blacks' land and that Africa is black and, thereby, reserved for blacks. Whites are unwanted illegal immigrants. If the roles were reversed and it was whites massacring blacks, the white... [Read More]
The longtime standoff between Olympic champion Caster Semenya and track and field's governing body over issues of gender, hormones and performance in sports reached a pivotal phase Monday as a key tribunal began hosting a planned five-day hearing in a case that could have massive repercussions throughout sports. The two-time 800-meter gold medalist from South Africa came and went from the offices of the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Monday without addressing reporters after a marathon opening session, but her legal team and IAAF lawyers were jockeying for position in the court of public opinion. [Read More]
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