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  1. NSW Waratahs set to appeal bans for Will Skelton and Tolu LatuRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    NSW Waratahs forwards Tolu Latu and Will Skelton have been suspended for four and two weeks respectively after each were found guilty of an illegal lifting tackle. Hooker Latu and lock Skelton were both cited for their involvement in a lifting tackle on Crusaders and All Blacks lock Sam Whitelock in the 17th minute of last Saturday's Super Rugby game at Sydney's ANZ Stadium.


  2. A fresh take on the loyalty program - giving South African consumers something they really valueRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Bizcommunity

    Retailers have found a new way to create positive relationships with their customers by giving them something valuable in exchange for their loyalty - free talk time with family and friends . It's a new take on the traditional loyalty program.


  3. Where were you when we won '95 Cup?Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    Independent Chief Sports Writer Kevin McCallum celebrates South Africa s Rugby World Cup and perhaps its finest sporting moment. Picture: Ross Setford Twenty years ago today, Pieter Hendriks did not score South Africa's first try of the 1995 Rugby World Cup.


  4. Zambia, South Africa make shock Cosafa exitsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Peninsula

    Holders Zambia and hosts South Africa suffered shock Cosafa Cup quarter-finals losses Sunday after penalty shootouts in South Africa's north-western village of Moruleng. Zambia were held 0-0 by Namibia after having a slight edge over 90 minutes and then lost 5-4 on penalties in the first match of a southern Africa championship double-header.


  5. Air Arabia named Best Low-Cost CarrierRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Peninsula

    Doha: Air Arabia has been named "Best Low-Cost Carrier" at the World Tourism Forum Awards in Istanbul, Turkey. The World Tourism Forum is an annual gathering of leading business figures and industry experts to discuss the future direction of the global tourism sector.


  6. Zuma: Media blew up xeno attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    President Jacob Zuma has criticised the media for "exaggerating" events and adopting a negative stance in reporting on the xenophobic attacks which recently rocked the country. Zuma was speaking at the Africa Day celebrations at the University of Pretoria's Mamelodi West Campus where he urged the promotion of an African identity in every aspect of life.


  7. The pain, the joy of South AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Jamaica Observer

    I am writing this from South Africa, where the media images of decades, pre- and post-apartheid, have sprung to life in tours and first-person accounts. Oh, the pain of the Hector Pieterson Museum in Soweto.


  8. Smartphones are converging on all LSMsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Bizcommunity

    Cheap smartphones are reshaping consumer behaviour in South Africa faster than many marketers realise. Here's how to position your brand at the forefront of the trend and create effective platforms for engaging with mobile customers.


  9. Derek Rielly: Europe looks to Abbott for solution to boat arrivalsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Armed Forces of Malta marines toss bottles of water to a group of about 180 asylum seekers south-west of Malta. Each day I scroll through the feed of my thousand-plus friends, some of whom I've actually met, and find expert opinions on topics as diverse as government , Islamophobia , Diatomaceous earth and business .


  10. Our Views: Memorial Day: Remembering our American warriorsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Advocate

    Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- Volunteers, including Greg Vice, left, make good time putting the flags on display in an orderly fashion for the Memorial Day weekend festivities. Blue Star Mothers of Louisiana Chapter 1 sponsored planting the 11,000 American flags at the State Capitol.


  11. Africa B2C e-Commerce market is dominated by South AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago |

    Low internet penetration, underdeveloped logistics and limited cashless payments infrastructure, as well as low incomes and high poverty rates have hindered the uptake of online shopping in this region. However, recent signs of improvements have led to forecasts of B2C E-Commerce sales growing at high rates to a double-digit number in EUR billions in the next three years.


  12. Rights body advocates for citizens participation in transitional justiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    The South Sudan Human Right Society of Advocacy has embarked on educating the various youths and women who fled or have crossed in neighboring Uganda about issue of transitional justice on post-conflicts in South Sudan. Coalition of civil society members attending the pre-convention workshop organized by Justice Africa in Juba, April 19, 2011 SSHURSA's executive director Biel Boutros Biel told Sudan Tribune their organisation was doing what it could to create awareness among the internally displaced and refugees who left their homes due to conflict on justice issues.


  13. Bath vs Saracens - Premiership final: Bath wide boys show England art of the possibleRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies The parallels with the World Cup final between South Africa and New Zealand almost exactly two decades ago go only so far: with all due respect to Bath and Saracens, who will contest the Aviva Premiership title at Twickenham this weekend, it is difficult for any top-flight club to roam freely across the moral high ground, as Nelson Mandela did to such electrifying effect in Johannesburg in 1995, when the continuing argument over salary cap issues threatens to leave the domestic game up to its eyeballs in the swamp.


  14. Smithills man now runs winery in South AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago |

    SMITHILLS might seem a long way from South Africa but for one Bolton ex-pat it's still a taste of home. Gerard Holden jointly runs a large winery, guest- house , spa and five-star restaurant just outside Cape Town - when he's not travelling the world sharing his love of fine wine.


  15. Thrills and chills of coastal livingRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago |

    We all know about the beautiful rocky bays and golden beaches that mark the playgrounds of the famous South Coast, but sometimes clouds scud across the sky or you don't feel the call of the beach. There is much else to do and, as this playground is extensive, we have divided it into the Upper and the Lower South Coast.


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    Yesterday | Al Bawaba

    Air Arabia has been named "Best Low-Cost Carrier" at the World Tourism Forum Awards in Istanbul, Turkey. The World Tourism Forum is an annual gathering of leading business figures and industry experts to discuss the future direction of the global tourism sector.


  17. Techniblock Sunscreen Ups the Ante for CyclistsRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR Log

    The minute the sun comes out, so too do the cycling enthusiasts. This increasingly popular sport can be enjoyed by everyone, from the family out for a Sunday afternoon bike ride and a picnic, to the wannabe "Tour de France" racers whizzing along.


  18. CAG report reveals over sh 204bn lost through irregular purchasesRead the original story

    Yesterday | IPPMEDIA

    The Controller and Auditor General , has identified irregularities with the annual procurement plan that led to loss of over Sh 204,346,797 in government departments in the 2013/2014. Audit results indicates that three ministries, departments and Agencies made procurements worth Sh 196,583,061 out of annual procurement plan and one mission abroad made procurement worth Sh 7,763,736 without having annual procurement plan making a total irregularities of Sh 204,346,797 contrary to regulations.


  19. The return of old friendsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Kirriemuir Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. They say "one swallow doesn't make a summer" so it's just as well that they do arrive in their thousands to spend the summer months here in the Scotland.


  20. Dangerous Heat to Return to Egypt, Middle EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Another round of extreme heat will build across parts of the Middle East and northeastern Africa early this week. A hot and dry wind will accompany the heat causing areas of blowing and and dust as well.