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Cricket: South Africa’s Birrell bats for Ireland future
1st March 2015 Cricket: South Africa’s Birrell bats for Ireland future
CANBERRA: South Africa’s assistant coach Adrian Birrell wants the decision to cut the next World Cup to 10 teams from 14 to be reversed, saying he did not want his former wards at Ireland to be left out....
ICC-CWC: Highest individual World Cup scores
27th February 2015 ICC-CWC: Highest individual World Cup scores
SYDNEY: Highest individual World Cup scores after South Africa captain AB de Villiers made 162 not out against the West Indies in a Pool B match at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday (innings, player, team, opponents, venue,...
De Villiers hits second-fastest World Cup century
27th February 2015 De Villiers hits second-fastest World Cup century
SYDNEY: South Africa captain AB de Villiers smashed the second fastest World Cup century off 52 balls in the Pool B game against the West Indies at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday. De Villiers reached the landmark with...
South Africa win toss, bat first against West Indies
27th February 2015 South Africa win toss, bat first against West Indies
SYDNEY: South Africa captain AB de Villiers won the toss and opted to send his much changed side in to bat in their World Cup Pool B match against West Indies at a sun-bathed Sydney Cricket Ground on...
Cricket: India rout South Africa by 130 runs
22nd February 2015 Cricket: India rout South Africa by 130 runs
MELBOURNE: Defending champions India routed South Africa by 130 runs in a World Cup demolition at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday. Chasing 308 to win, South Africa looked nothing like one of the title favourites as they...
India seeking self belief boost against Proteas – Kohli
21st February 2015 India seeking self belief boost against Proteas – Kohli
MELBOURNE: After finally playing like a unit in their World Cup opener against Pakistan, India will seek their first victory at the global showpiece against South Africa on Sunday for an “immense self belief booster”, batsman Virat Kohli...
De Villiers says ‘match-winner’ Tahir to play India
21st February 2015 De Villiers says ‘match-winner’ Tahir to play India
MELBOURNE: The spin proficiency of the Indian batsmen notwithstanding, South Africa will play leg-spinner Imran Tahir in Sunday’s World Cup match in Melbourne, Proteas skipper AB de Villiers said on Saturday. The ease with which the wristy and...
Nearly 4,000 children left parentless by west African Ebola outbreak
9th February 2015 Nearly 4,000 children left parentless by west African Ebola outbreak
ISLAMABAD: Nearly 4,000 children have lost both their mothers and their fathers as a result of the Ebola outbreak in west Africa. The figures, compiled by the charity Unicef, showed that around 3,600 children had been orphaned in...
Number of new Ebola cases declines: UNMEER
21st January 2015 Number of new Ebola cases declines: UNMEER
ISLAMABAD: There has been an overall decline in the number of new Ebola cases, especially in the three most affected African countries, said a UN official on Ebola. Briefing on the progress in the global Ebola response to...
Miss South Africa crowned Miss World
15th December 2014 Miss South Africa crowned Miss World
LONDON:  Miss South Africa, 22-year-old Rolene Strauss, was crowned Miss World 2014 at the pageant’s final in London on Sunday, with an estimated billion viewers watching on television around the globe. Miss Hungary, Edina Kulcsar, was the runner-up...
South Africans keep Mandela’s memory alive with tattoos
4th December 2014 South Africans keep Mandela’s memory alive with tattoos
by Stephanie FINDLAY JOHANNESBURG:- Mpumelelo Masinga takes a deep drag from his cigarette, his hand trembling with apprehension. Masinga is preparing to spend three hours at Black and White Tattoo Studio in Johannesburg getting Nelson Mandela’s face tattooed...
Gayle out of West Indies tour of South Africa
2nd December 2014 Gayle out of West Indies tour of South Africa
MIAMI:- Opening batsman Chris Gayle is out of this month’s West Indies tour of South Africa because of injury, with Devon Smith called up to replace him. Gayle has not featured on the international stage since September and...
Cricket: Clarke injures hamstring in match against South Africa
14th November 2014 Cricket: Clarke injures hamstring in match against South Africa
PERTH, Australia- Australia captain Michael Clarke reinjured his hamstring in Perth Friday, and was unable to play out the remainder of a one-day international against South Africa. The 33-year-old hurt his troublesome left hamstring during a brief stint...
Cricket: New Zealand vs South Africa scoreboard
27th October 2014 Cricket: New Zealand vs South Africa scoreboard
HAMILTON, New Zealand- Scoreboard for the rain-abandoned third one-day international between New Zealand and South Africa at Seddon Park, Hamilton, on Monday: South Africa Quinton de Kock not out 80 Hashim Amla c N. McCullum b Henry 12...
Cricket: South Africa cruise to win over New Zealand
21st October 2014 Cricket: South Africa cruise to win over New Zealand
MOUNT MAUNGANUI, New Zealand- South Africa cruised to a six-wicket win over New Zealand in the first one-day international at Mount Maunganui on Tuesday, guided home by a captain’s knock from AB de Villiers. The Proteas ended their...
South Africa beat Australia by 6 wickets to win triangular series
6th September 2014 South Africa beat Australia by 6 wickets to win triangular series
HARARE: Dale Steyn ripped the heart out of Australia’s batting and Faf du Plessis came within a whisker of yet another century as South Africa cruised to a six-wicket victory to clinch the triangular series trophy on Saturday....
Earthquake strikes South Africa, one dead
5th August 2014 Earthquake strikes South Africa, one dead
JOHANNESBURG: A 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck South Africa on Tuesday, shaking buildings in the commercial capital Johannesburg and killing one man in a gold mining town. The quake, centred south of Johannesburg, was reportedly felt as far afield...
About 80 injured as two trains collide in S.Africa: rescuers
9th July 2014 About 80 injured as two trains collide in S.Africa: rescuers
JOHANNESBURG: Two trains crashed into each other in a suburb outside South Africa’s eastern coastal city of Durban on Tuesday, injuring about 80 people, rescuers told AFP. “There was a train collision in Berea, Durban. The two trains...
Cricket: South Africa fined for slow over-rate
25th March 2014 Cricket: South Africa fined for slow over-rate
South Africa were fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during their hard fought win over New Zealand in Chittagong, the International Cricket Council said Tuesday. The Proteas edged out New Zealand by two runs in a last-ball finish...
Obama leads world tributes to Mandela at memorial
10th December 2013 Obama leads world tributes to Mandela at memorial
SOWETO: US President Barack Obama led world tributes Tuesday to Nelson Mandela, hailing him as ‘a giant of history’ at a rain-soaked memorial attended by tens of thousands of South Africans united in proud, noisy celebration. Obama was...
Mandela’s village awaits the final return of their son
7th December 2013 Mandela’s village awaits the final return of their son
QUNU, South Africa: In Nelson Mandela’s childhood village of Qunu residents are solemnly preparing for the final return of their beloved son, who will be laid to rest among them a week from now. Elderly men in the...
New cap tailenders lift Pakistan innings
24th November 2013 New cap tailenders lift Pakistan innings
Debutant tailenders Bilawal Bhatti and Anwar Ali defied a strong South African bowling attack to enable Pakistan to post 218 for nine in the first one-day international against South Africa at Newlands on Sunday. Bhatti (39) and Ali...
Pakistan beat South Africa by 66 runs in second ODI
2nd November 2013 Pakistan beat South Africa by 66 runs in second ODI
DUBAI: Pakistan won the second day-night international against South Africa by 66 runs in Dubai on Friday, to level the five-match series at 1-1. Pakistan were bowled out for 209 in 49.4 overs with Ahmed Shehzad top-scoring with...
PCB to seek explanation from ICC on ball tampering punishment: Najam Sethi
26th October 2013 PCB to seek explanation from ICC on ball tampering punishment: Najam Sethi
Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Najam Sethi on Saturday said PCB is writing a letter to ICC seeking explanation of inconsistency by match referee in application of ball tampering rule to Afridi vs Faf. Talking to a private...
Cricket: South Africa, Sri Lanka seek one-day revival
19th July 2013 Cricket: South Africa, Sri Lanka seek one-day revival
COLOMBO, July 19, 2013 – South Africa and Sri Lanka are hoping to recover from recent setbacks in one-day cricket when they contest a five-match series starting in Colombo on Saturday. Both teams were knocked out in the...
Government denies Mandela in ‘vegetative state’
5th July 2013 Government denies Mandela in ‘vegetative state’
JOHANNESBURG: The South African government on Thursday denied that former president Nelson Mandela is in a permanent vegetative state, as outlined in court documents filed on June 26. “We confirm our earlier statement released this afternoon after President...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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