Leon Schuster’s Mad Buddies takes in R4.5 million (Gross) in its opening weekend in SA

Leon Schuster’s latest box office release, Mad Buddies, has been well received by local audiences, taking in a staggering R4.5 million (Gross) in its opening weekend (Friday 22 June – Sunday 24 June). The result makes Mad Buddies the biggest ever 3-day opening weekend for a Schuster film, beating the likes of Mr Bones 1... Continue Reading →

South African star goes back to school at 60 | Yahoo! News

On Saturday nights, 60-year-old Sipho "Hotstix" Mabuse is on stage, thrilling South African audiences with hits from his more than four decades in music. But on week nights, the massively popular music maker is in a classroom near his Soweto home, working to earn the high school degree he abandoned in 1969 as his music... Continue Reading →

Mark Haze launches his debut solo album, Where Angels Fear To Fly

2011 Idols runner up Mark Haze has released his much awaited debut solo album Where Angels Fear To Fly (Universal Music). The package, produced by Theo Crous and complete with a star-studded list of local and international songwriters, is destined to set a benchmark in South African rock music. Named after one of his self-penned... Continue Reading →

Jan Serfontein Named IRB Junior Player of the Year 2012

South Africa's Jan Serfontein has been named the IRB Junior Player of the Year 2012 following a thrilling Junior World Championship final at Newlands against New Zealand, which saw his side crowned champions for the first time. Serfontein is the first South African to win the Award, and the first to receive an IRB age... Continue Reading →

Any match between South Africa and New Zealand is always something special.IRB under 20 final preview

Junior Springboks coach Dawie Theron made two injury-enforced changes to his starting team that will play New Zealand in the final of the IRB Junior World Championship 2012 at DHL Newlands Rugby Stadium on Friday and also included fit-again captain Wiaan Liebenberg to lead the team from the side of the scrum. Liebenberg, who missed... Continue Reading →

Fullback Kurtley Beale returns to the Qantas Wallabies line-up for Sat test against Wales

Fullback Kurtley Beale returns to the Qantas Wallabies line-up for the first time since last year’s Bronze Final against Wales at the Rugby World Cup, after today being named in the side for Saturday’s third Castrol EDGE Wales Tour Test at Allianz Stadium in Sydney. Last year’s John Eales Medal winner has endured a disrupted... Continue Reading →

South Africa to face New Zealand in the IRB Junior World Championship Final 2012 -k/o 18h45 Friday

New Zealand produced a stirring revival with decisive tries either side of half time to overcome Wales 30-6 in the first semi-final at Newlands on Sunday, ensuring the defending champions reached their fifth successive Junior World Championship final. Their reward is to play hosts, South Africa, who overpowered Argentina 35-3 in front of nearly 20,000... Continue Reading →

Wallabies captain James Horwill is to undergo surgery

Injured Qantas Wallabies captain James Horwill is to undergo surgery on his injured hamstring in Sydney tomorrow. This decision has been made after further consultation with specialists today. The right hamstring, which Horwill ruptured during last month’s Fx Pro Super Rugby match between the Queensland Reds and the Brumbies, has not improved to the extent... Continue Reading →

Junior Boks Head coach Dawie Theron lauded his team’s defence

Junior Boks Head coach Dawie Theron lauded his team’s defence and ability to adapt to the conditions as they reached the final of the IRB Junior World Championship 2012 by beating Argentina 35-3 on Sunday. The Junior Boks scored four tries in this semi-finals match at DHL Newlands, three of them in a commanding first... Continue Reading →

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