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Tempo of the Coca-Cola Youth Weeks set to rise

These tournaments follow the Coca-Cola Under-13 Craven Week and LSEN Week, which were hosted in Durban and Potchefstroom respectively last week. The Coca-Cola Grant Khomo Week will be hosted at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) in ... Noodls, 3 weeks ago
Tempo rises at rugby youth weeks today eHowzit, 3 weeks ago

EP crowned top team at Coca-Cola Craven Week

Eastern Province on Saturday finished the Under-18 Coca-Cola Craven Week as the unofficial champions for the first time in 37 years following a 25-7 victory against SWD in the final match at HTS Middelburg. The match concluded a successful ...
 Noodls1 week ago EP Craven Week 'champions'  News241 week ago KZN run out of steam as EP end on top in Craven Week  eHowzit1 week ago

Well-known cleric delivers inaugural lecture at Unisa

A collaborator of the Limpopo Mirror for many years, Prof Derrick Mashau, recently delivered his inaugural lecture at the University of South Africa (Unisa). Mashau, who received his PhD in missiology at the North West University (NWU) in 2004, is ...
 Zoutnet1 week ago

KZN to battle Blue Bulls on final day of Craven Week

Eastern Province will meet SWD in the grand finale of the Under-18 Coca-Cola Craven Week on Saturday following dominant performances in their opening two matches at HTS Middelburg, which left them undefeated in the competition. This will mark the ...
 eHowzit1 week ago EP, SWD in Craven Week finale  News241 week ago EP to face SWD in final match of 2014 Craven Week  Noodls1 week ago

A dictionary maker is historian and not a critic

Last week I attended the 19th International Conference of the African Association for Lexicography (Afrilex) held at the North West University, the Potchefstroom campus, in Potchefstroom South Africa. It is an annual conference which brings together ...
 Sunday Standard Botswana2 weeks ago
Green Times South Africa

Getting to grips with the shale gas industry

South Africa's energy policy is going through a rethink in the highest corridors of power with the government declaring a waning interest in coal, and reconsidering its Integrated Resource Plan focus on nuclear and showing a keen focus on natural ...
 Green Times South Africa3 weeks ago

Leopards pounce on KZN in Under-13 Craven Week

Teams from Border, Western Province and Leopards again dominated their opponents on Day Four of the Coca-Cola Under-13 Craven Week, being held at Glenwood High School in Durban. These strong showings on Thursday saw all three remain unbeaten at ...
 eHowzit3 weeks ago DHL WP U13s overpower Boland  Noodls3 weeks ago More wins for Border, Leopards on Day Two of Coca-Cola Under-13 Craven Week  Noodls4 weeks ago Two from two for DHL WP U13s  Noodls4 weeks ago

India-Bangladesh 2nd ODI: A match for the record books!

Bangladesh pacer Taskin Ahmed bagged five wickets for 28 runs on debut as India were dismissed in 25.3 overs in the second ODI in Mirpur. But the pace combination of Stuart Binny (6-4) and Mohit Sharma (4-22) saved India from humiliation by bundling out the hosts for just 58 in 17.4 overs. Following the nail-biting match Rajneesh Gupta presents some interesting statistics.  After winning the first game of three-match series against Bangladesh rather easily, India was in for a rude shock ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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