Saturday, December 15, 2018

ReCycle your bikes for a good cause

WHEN you trudge 6kms to work and back every day to make a living, a bike would be on anyone’s bucket list and recently...

Chad Le Clos reclaims his 200m butterfly world crown with golden...

Chad Le Clos reclaimed his 200m butterfly world crown as he torpedoed reigning champion Laszlo Cseh in front of his home crowd in Budapest...

South Africa ‘A’ beat India ‘A’ by two wickets

South Africa ‘A’ captain Khaya Zondo won the toss and elected to field first and the move proved to be the correct one as...

St Andrews produces four rowers for SA Junior Squad

St Andrew’s College is delighted to announce that four of their rowers have been selected for the South African Junior National Squad which will...

Sardines slip into KZN’s south coast

BY TASCHICA PILLAY KwaZulu-Natal's south coast was a hive of frenzied activity as sardines were netted on Monday morning. The tiny silver fish were netted at...

Six rule changes for rugby’s scrums, rucks and tackles

The amendments‚ which relate to the scrum (Law 20) and tackle/ruck (Laws 15 and 16)‚ are aimed at making the game simpler to play...

WATCH: Surfer has second shark encounter at Jeffrey’s Bay event

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WsgLVIYtiw?rel=0&enablejsapi=1] In a scene reminiscent of the 2015 competition, a great white shark made its appearance at the World Surf League quarter-final heats on...

School hockey thriving in Grahamstown

GRAHAMSTOWN school hockey players excelled at the various inter provincial tournaments during the school holidays. There were numerous highlights. On the coaching side, Kingswood’s Mziyanda...

Nemato Change a Life – News

Building to something great THE building of the Nemato Change a Life (NCAL) Centre has started. “We are proud that the centre is designed by Robert...

Fantastic Federer

Roger Federer, of Switzerland, celebrates victory after the men’s singles final against Marin Cilic, in London, England, yesterday Picture: Getty Images Swiss master wins record eighth...

Lady golfers in 67 minutes fundraiser for Child Welfare

AS their contribution to the Mandela 67 minutes challenge, the  Ladies’ Section of the Royal Port Alfred Golf Club are going to have a...

Peach celebrates G2C victory

EAGER cyclists enjoyed a nice warm morning on Sunday for the fifth Buco G2C Mountain Bike Race which drew cyclists from all over the...

Sport and recreation facilities to form part of tourism strategy plan

MEMBERS of the Ward 10 committee for sport and recreation met with Sunshine Coast Tourism and TotT last week to discuss and propose a...

Monk makes waves in King of the Kowie

THE most recent King of the Kowie turned out to be cooker with temperatures reaching around 30°C on Saturday, allowing for a perfect winter’s...

Merciless Washie 100 pushes runners to extreme

BETWEEN Port Alfred and East London lies a road that some would describe as the road to hell. However, according to Washie 100 Miler course...

Reality rocks SA camp

It’s beyond all of cricket’s boundaries that one of the key members of South Africa’s dressingroom in England is celebrating the arrival of a...

SA lose first test

Proteas stand-in captain, Dean Elgar, says the squad will need to be a lot more ruthless with their basic disciplines in the 211-run loss...

Double Washie no mean ‘feet’

Running the Washie 100 miler 2017 was a huge challenge for 45-year-old Tobie Reyneke, who beat his previous time by two hours this year,...

Washie 100 Miler, a grueling test in endurance and strength

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THE atmosphere was tense as the final moments approached at the start of the 41st Washie 100 Miler, which kicked off on Friday evening....

England on top against SA at stumps on day three

BY TELFORD VICE‚ LORD'S‚ LONDON Guided by an unbeaten half-century by Alastair Cook, England will take a lead of 216 runs into the fourth day...

Stormers not overly convincing but still cruise to victory over Sunwolves

BY CRAIG RAY AT NEWLANDS A hattrick of tries from Stormers wing Cheslin Kolbe for a second week running was not enough to mask what...

Bulls suffer 10th Super Rugby defeat this season as the Kings...

BY KHANYISO TSHWAKU AT LOFTUS VERSFELD A day after their Super Rugby execution, the Southern Kings came to Pretoria and gave SA Rugby the middle...

Watch: King of the Kowie

A beautiful day for a surfing competition. 30 Degrees Celsius and a fresh offshore wind after the North Westerly wind the last few days...

Dolphins, dolphins and more dolphins join in the fun of the...

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Jaco van Rensburg of Railtime Photography captured this magnificent sighting this morning while out filming King of the Kowie. https://www.facebook.com/railtimephoto/videos/1999657640060430/

Former players defend banned Rabada‚ say ‘Suspension is f*****g silly!’

BY TELFORD VICE‚ LONDON Former players from both sides of the divide have rallied in defence of Kagiso Rabada in the wake of the fast...

King of the Kowie is cooking at East Beach

East Beach is cooking as locals and visitors are making the most of a beautiful warm winters day, catching some rays and watching the...

South African athlete competing in world’s toughest race

SOUTH African adventure race athlete Duncan Kotze of St Francis joined 31 other individually selected elite adventure racers from 21 countries around the globe...

‘Colour of magic’ leaves racegoers spellbound

The unexpected creativity conjured up on Durban’s Greyville Racecourse grassy catwalk had racegoers spellbound on Saturday. Fashion designers and fashionistas were encouraged to come up...

Washie 100 – ‘the road to hell’

WHEN the moon is at its brightest on Friday July 7, the ELB Washie 100 Miler will be well on its way with about...

PAHS past pupil to volunteer in German sport facilitating

A PAST pupil at Port Alfred High School, Qhama Dyakala has been selected by the Eastern Cape Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture...
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