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Sri Lanka look to hit back as South Africa rest key players

JP Duminy will lead a home side that will be without Faf du Plessis, Kagiso Rabada, Imran Tahir and Quinton de Kock
Tags: Sport, South Africa, Cricket, Sri Lanka, JP Duminy, Faf du Plessis Kagiso Rabada Imran Tahir


Is Income Inequality Fair?

Opinion Is Income Inequality Fair? USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Some Americans have much higher income and wealth than others. Former President Barack Obama explained, “I do think at a certain point you've made enough money.” An adviser to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez who has a Twitter account called “Every Billionaire Is A Policy Failure” tweeted, “My goal for this year is to get a moderator to ask ‘Is it morally appropriate for anyone to be a billionaire?'” Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. ...
Tags: Guns, Microsoft, Obama, Congress, America, Barack Obama, Intel, South Africa, Williams, Bill Gates, Gates, Moore, Sen Elizabeth Warren, Gun Rights News, USA Ammoland, Walter E Williams


South Africa: Listen - The Application To Set Aside The Resolution To Liquidate Bosasa - Adams & Adams

On 14 February 2019 a resolution was taken by the board of directors to voluntarily liquidate the African Global Group of companies, better known as Bosasa.
Tags: News, South Africa, Adams, Global Group, Bosasa Adams


South Africa: Tax Revenews - Issue 21 - ENSafrica

appeal against the decision of the tax court concerning SARS' entitlement to payment of understatement penalties in accordance with section 222(1) of the Tax Administration Act, 2011 (the "TAA").
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South Africa: Valentine's Day: Not A Great Deal Of Romance - ENSafrica

Valentine's Day has come and gone, but from a trade mark point of view, it's been anything but romantic. As the following stories indicate, the world of trade marks has done little to set hearts
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Uber Rival to Expand Into Europe’s Food-Delivery Business

Uber Technologies Inc. rival Bolt, formerly known as Taxify, is preparing to expand into the food-delivery market and utilize its existing network of drivers to do so quickly. This provides “a good avenue” for the company to pursue, Bolt Chief Executive Officer Markus Villig said. Estonia, Finland and South Africa have been picked as the first markets where Bolt will roll out the new service in the next few months, the company said Thursday in a statement.
Tags: Europe, Science, South Africa, Uber Technologies Inc, Estonia Finland, Markus Villig


Tempus Now’s SS19 Homage to Africa, Afrofuturism

Contemporary menswear infused with African tradition Tempus Now, helmed by South African-born designer Ora Fine, is an LA-based label that fuses African influences and processes into contemporary menswear releases. For SS19, Fine designed a collection called Afrofuturism—pulling from his intellectual and creative memories to create clothing that’s representative of his world; a place somewhere between South Africa and LA. “I was looking for context as …
Tags: Fashion, Design, Style, La, Clothing, Africa, Los Angeles, Tradition, South Africa, Craft, Apparel, Menswear, Ss19, Ora Fine, Tempus Now


South Africa quicks Anrich Nortje and Lungi Ngidi ruled out of IPL

While it's a shoulder injury that sees Nortje out of the IPL, CSK will miss Ngidi due to a side-strain picked up during South Africa's ODIs against Sri Lanka
Tags: Sport, South Africa, Cricket, Ipl, Ngidi, Lungi Ngidi, Nortje, Anrich Nortje, IPL CSK


Stephan Lewies, Glen Young & Will Evans: Harlequins to bring in forwards in the summer

Former South Africa lock Stephan Lewies, Leicester flanker Will Evans and Newcastle second-row Glen Young are to join Harlequins in the summer.
Tags: South Africa, Newcastle, Leicester, Rugby, Harlequins, Will Evans, Glen Young, Stephan Lewies Glen Young, Stephan Lewies


South Africa quick Anrich Nortje ruled out of IPL

The South Africa quick was set to play for Kolkata Knight Riders in the tournament
Tags: Sport, South Africa, Cricket, Ipl, Kolkata, Anrich Nortje


Hope to play Test cricket for England - Olivier

The fast bowler, who turned his back on an international career with South Africa, reiterated that his decision to relocate to Yorkshire was the best for his and his family's future
Tags: England, Sport, South Africa, Cricket, Yorkshire, Olivier


Duanne Olivier says he wants to play for England now

Duanne Olivier (via Sky Sports) Test batting average of 3.71. Highest score of 10 not out. We can’t imagine Duanne Olivier will be far off selection as a top order batsmen when he finally becomes available. We lamented the loss of a promising international cricketer when Olivier announced he was taking up a Kolpak deal with Yorkshire last month. We had no idea that we were completely wrong and that he might one day return to international cricket in slightly different clothes. ...
Tags: England, Sex, South Africa, Yorkshire, England cricket news, Olivier, Kolpak, Duanne Olivier


South Africa: ANC's Proposed Changes To The Road Accident Fund Will Prejudice 20 Million Children - Adams & Adams

The Bill provides for a no-fault benefit scheme and a new Administrator, replacing the current RAF.
Tags: News, South Africa, Bill, Adams, ANC


Mahindra Thar Adventure Series launched in South Africa

Mahindra has launched the special edition Thar Adventure Series in South...
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Solo Female Travel in England, Scotland, and Wales — A UK Guide

I have spent a LOT of time traveling alone in England, Scotland, and Wales. Much more than I originally intended. I went to Europe without a plan, ended up living for months at a time in two different cities in England, and used them as a base to explore the country. I never thought the UK would become one of my most extensively traveled countries. At the time, I was more interested in warmer, sexier, more exotic travel destinations — the UK seemed so boring compared to Thailand or Italy or Sou...
Tags: Europe, UK, England, London, Featured, Wales, Scotland, US, Blog, Barcelona, Aberdeen, Thailand, Britain, Ireland, South Africa, Liverpool


South Africa’s FlexClub raises $1.2M, partners with Uber Mexico

FlexClub, a South African startup that matches investors and drivers to cars for ride-hailing services, closed a $1.2 million seed round led by CRE Venture Capital. The company will use the financing to add team members and expand off the continent through a partnership with Uber Mexico. The move comes as Africa’s tech-transit space continues to produce unique mobility solutions shaped around local needs. FlexClub touts itself as a “gig economy investment platform” that is creating new asset ...
Tags: TC, Uber, Indonesia, Mexico, Finance, Nigeria, Africa, Tech, Economy, Uganda, South Africa, Transport, Venture Capital, Carsharing, Taxify, Startup Company


South Africa nearly choke, but Tahir rescues them in Super Over

Lasith Malinga and Isara Udana conceded just 17 runs in their last four overs as South Africa were forced to win the contest via a one-over eliminato
Tags: Sport, South Africa, Cricket, Tahir, Lasith Malinga, Isara Udana


The Struggles of South African Indie Game Development

Breaking into the game industry is a daunting endeavor. Often times independent solo developers feel isolated from everyone else and their perception of how things work is easily shaped by public discourse and their own expectations. Breaking into the industry from South Africa is even tougher since you’re an entire continent away from the main […]
Tags: News, South Africa, GDC, Semblance, GDC 2019


College Cheating Scandal

Opinion Ask your average college president, provost or administrator whether he bothers promoting political diversity among faculty. I'll guarantee that if he is honest — or even answers the question — he will say he doesn't believe in that kind of diversity and inclusion. USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Federal prosecutors have charged more than 50 people involved in cheating and bribery in order to get their children admitted to some of the nation's most prestigious colleges and universities such a...
Tags: South Korea, Guns, America, Diversity, Bureau of Labor Statistics, South Africa, Ucla, University Of North Carolina, UNC, MCAT, Gun Rights News, USA Ammoland, Walter E Williams, George Mason University Williams, State Against Blacks, Israel Japan


'99 regrets and the World Cup is No.1: Allan Donald warns England to embrace favourites' tag

Former South Africa quick still rues missed opportunity at 1999 World Cup, and warns England not to make same mistakes
Tags: England, Sport, South Africa, Cricket, Allan Donald


Brexit stokes uncertainty in sport

The UK’s decision to leave the EU could have a positive impact on South Africa’s player drain problem, which is fuelled by the stronger pound
Tags: UK, Eu, South Africa


Korean plan among 9 possible bids for 2023 Women’s World Cup

ZURICH (AP) — FIFA says nine soccer federations are interested in hosting the 2023 Women’s World Cup including South Korea, which could jointly bid with North Korea. Brazil and South Africa are in the contest, suggesting underused stadiums built to host the 2014 and 2010 World Cups could be picked. Other contenders are Argentina, Australia, […]
Tags: South Korea, News, Sports, Ap, South Africa, Fifa, Zurich, Argentina Australia, North Korea Brazil


Cyclone Leaves A Trail Of Death And Destruction In South Africa

Southern Africa was hit by a cyclone that tore across the region destroying communities, a vital port, roads and bridges. Hundreds died. Mozambique's president says the death toll may exceed 1,000.
Tags: News, Africa, South Africa, Mozambique


Record nine countries want to host 2023 Women's World Cup

A record nine countries including Brazil, Japan and South Africa tell Fifa they want to host the 2023 Women's World Cup.
Tags: News, South Africa, Fifa, Brazil Japan


South Africa interested in 2023 World Cup

A record nine countries including Brazil, Japan and South Africa tell Fifa they want to host the 2023 Women's World Cup.
Tags: News, South Africa, Fifa, Brazil Japan


Women's World Cup: Record nine countries tell Fifa they want to host in 2023

A record nine countries including Brazil, Japan and South Africa tell Fifa they want to host the 2023 Women's World Cup.
Tags: Sport, South Africa, Fifa, Brazil Japan


Who needs Thailand? Just go to Gerickes Point

If you booked your accommodation on the Garden Route and you’re after some pure sun-, sea- and sand-style bliss, Gerickes is South Africa’s answer to Thailand. And, we all need a little Thailand in our lives. Actually, when it comes to pristine beaches, dramatic mountains, sea life, and world-class surfing; Gerickes takes the seaside cake […] The post Who needs Thailand? Just go to Gerickes Point appeared first on South Africa Travel.
Tags: Travel, Thailand, South Africa, Attractions, The Garden Route, Sedgefield, Knysna, Ten (10) to Inspire, Gerickes Point, Gerickes


BioCycle aims to build its first commercial human waste-based biodiesel facility in South Africa

In South Africa, Cramers Engineering News reports that MultiCycle is looking to use black soldier fly-based processing of human waste into biodiesel, lubricants and other valuable materials under its BioCycle arm, with design for its first commercial-scale plant expected by the end of 2020. In essence, the larvae are “seeded” onto the fecal waste that then eat it up and they themselves are processed into bioproducts through a rendering process, the solids are separated from liquids, and oils are...
Tags: South Africa, Producer News, Biocycle, Waste-based Biodiesel, Cramers Engineering News


'Systemic Islamophobia' fuels terror attacks, say Muslim leaders

Letter to Guardian calls for action on ‘bigotry’ as Lady Warsi demands more security funds for UK mosques• Letter: anti-Muslim bigotry must not go uncheckedMuslim leaders from around the world have accused the mainstream media, politicians and academics of contributing to the conditions fuelling terrorist violence against their community such as Friday’s attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand, which claimed 50 lives.More than 350 leading Islamic figures from countries including the UK, US and Sout...
Tags: Politics, UK, Police, Religion, Communities, Society, UK News, World news, Public finance, South Africa, Islam, UK security and counter-terrorism, The far right, Counter-terrorism policy, Hate Crime, Islamophobia


'Form first, reputation next' - Ottis Gibson on South Africa's World Cup selection

South Africa's coach also said the likes of Rabada, du Plessis and de Kock will be rested after the first T20I against Sri Lanka
Tags: Sport, South Africa, Cricket, Ottis Gibson, Rabada du Plessis