Orkney man dies after earthquake

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Orkney - At least one fatal incident has been reported so far following the earth tremor that hit different parts of South Africa. An unidentified man in Kanana, Orkney, suffered from severe injuries after a wall fell on him this afternoon. He died before paramedics…

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Oorsaak van aardbewing moet gou vasgestel word

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“Die werklike oorsaak van die aardbewing wat die KOSH–area (Klerksdorp-Orkney-Stilfontein-Harbeesfontein) en ander dele van die land geskud het moet behoorlik vasgestel word. In 2005 het ʼn soortgelyke aardbewing veral Stilfontein getref en groot skade aangerig waarin selfs ʼn woonstelblok vernietig is. Die vraag is of…

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AngloGold Ashanti Provides Update on South Africa Earthquake

AngloGold Ashanti Provides Update on South Africa Earthquake (JOHANNESBURG) - AngloGold Ashanti confirms that an earthquake of 5.3 magnitude occurred near its Vaal River Operations in South Africa, at a depth of roughly 8km. Power to our Vaal River mines was temporarily interrupted and has…

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Free State Cricket Annual General Meeting – 4 August 2014

FREE STATE CRICKET UNION ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING HELD 4 AUGUST 2014 The Free State Cricket Union annual general meeting was held last night at Chevrolet Park whereby the President Ms. Z Thamae presented the President’s Report for 2013/2014 Cricket Season. PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2013/14 SEASON Maiden…

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CSA names Rossouw and Shezi as new ODI caps

UNCAPPED Rilee Rossouw of the Chevrolet Knights has been called up to replace retired Jacques Kallis in the Castle Lager Proteas squad for the three-match ODI Series against Zimbabwe next month as well as the triangular tournament that follows it that also includes Australia. Mthokozisi…

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Womens Month in full swing

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This is an auspicious year for our country. It is 20 years since our nation emerged from the shadow of apartheid and also the 60th milestone of extraordinary women who fought for our democracy. Government pays tribute to about 700 women who marched with Charlotte…

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Ebola virus disease update

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Between 31 July and 1 August 2014, a total of 163 new cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD; laboratory-confirmed, probable, and suspect cases) as well as 61 deaths were reported from Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone. Three of these cases are in Nigeria and…

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Ireland added to SA women’s England tour itinerary

Cricket South Africa (CSA) confirmed on Monday that the Momentum Proteas women will play an additional three Twenty20 Internationals against Ireland women from 9-10 September 2014. This series will be at the back of South Africa's three-match T20 international series against England from 1-7 September…

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Klag by Openbare Beskermer ingedien teen Mogale City oor plaasaankoop in Hekpoort

Terwyl die Ouditeur Generaal weer eens 'n ‘skoon’ oudit aan Mogale City toegeken het, het die VF Plus 'n klag teen die stadsraad by die Openbare Beskermer (OB) ingedien oor beweerde ongeruimdhede rondom die aankoop van 'n plaas in Hekpoort, sê Amanda de Lange, raadslid…

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SOUTH AFRICAN WORLD TENNIS RANKINGS

SOUTH AFRICAN WORLD TENNIS RANKINGS Men Singles Previous Current 21 21 Kevin Anderson 489 479 Fritz Wolmarans 534 537 Tucker Vorster 571 571 Dean O'Brien 635 587 Rik de Voest 610 614 Ruan Roelofse 616 618 Nik Scholtz 885 887 Damon Gooch 1,087 1,094 Jean…

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