Unite Against Corruption marches 30 September 2015 -details

This is to call on all artists, those engaged in the creative and cultural sector as well as other citizens to participate in the Unite Against Corruption marches taking place in Cape Town, Durban and Pretoria on Wednesday 30 September. While numerous unions may not be able to participate as originally planned (NEDLAC has granted... Continue Reading →

Sam Cane to lead All Blacks in Rugby World Cup clash with Namibia

Sam Cane to lead All Blacks in Rugby World Cup clash with Namibia GETTY IMAGES Openside Sam Cane has swapped roles with leading All Blacks No 7 Richie McCaw. Openside Sam Cane will captain the All Blacks for the first time during their second Rugby World Cup pool match against Namibia at Olympic Park on... Continue Reading →

Cheating’ Richie McCaw provides fuel for critics at Rugby World Cup

Richie McCaw begins the 2015 RWC campaign with a controversial yellow card against Argentina. OPINION: Richie McCaw ensured the cheating claims will quickly surface as he did himself and his All Blacks no favours with his yellow-card effort in their Rugby World Cup opener. There are two things you can be sure of when the... Continue Reading →

In South Africa it will become known as Springbok rugby’s darkest hour.

SOUTH AFRICA (12) 32 JAPAN (10) 34 Mike Greenaway at the Brighton Community Centre If this was 1911, the news filtering back to the civilised world that the Titanic had sunk would have been greeted with the same disbelief as this uncanny moment in sporting history. In biblical times, it would have been like hearing... Continue Reading →

MUSIC & FASHION FUSION | CTFC & Music Exchange in Perfect Harmony @Grandwest

The Cape Town Fashion Council and Music Exchange create Music and Fashion Fusion from 25 to 26 September, 2015 at GrandWest, Cape Town, South Africa. The Cape Town Fashion Council has developed and evolved over the last 9 years to deliver core programs to our growing constituent base, which are designed to impact on job... Continue Reading →

Paul Bothner Music doing major Expo at Music Exchange next week at Market Hall GrandWest

In 1902 Paul Bothner opened a music store in Cape Town. In the 113 years since the store opened, it has grown from strength to strength and now has 10 stores nation wide, as well as a successful online store. From the very beginning, Paul Bothner Music has aligned itself with the local music community... Continue Reading →

The All Blacks side named to play Argentina in their opening match of Rugby World Cup 2015 at Wembley Stadium Sunday

The All Blacks side has been named to play Argentina in their opening match of Rugby World Cup 2015 at Wembley Stadium, London, on Sunday 20 September. Kick off is at 4.45PM local time, 3.45am NZST, Monday 21 September. The team is: Starting XV: 1. Tony Woodcock (115) 2. Dane Coles (30) 3. Owen Franks... Continue Reading →

The Springboks find themselves traversing the length and breadth of England

RWC VENUES THE songs will be different, and so will the colours worn by the fans, but this Rugby World Cup is the closest a rugby player will get to experience the famous atmosphere produced at the great soccer stadiums of England. Of course, Twickenham will be the venue for the big clashes of the... Continue Reading →

RUGBY WORLD CUP BUILD-UP IS FOURIE STILL THE KEY?

It is the million-dollar question. In 2015 is Fourie du Preez still the match-winner that guided the Boks to the 2007 Rugby World Cup and the Bulls to three Super Rugby titles? Du Preez himself thinks so, and Heyneke Meyer is certainly of that belief, and the coach’s dogged loyalty to the publicity-shy 33-year-old has... Continue Reading →

Music Exchange set to welcome producer and player extraordinaire Bryan Michael Cox from Atlanta.

Celebrating its fifth anniversary, Music Exchange (MEX15) is South Africa’s premier music, film and entertainment programme, and it is set to return to Cape Town on September 25 and 26 – and in tow will be some of the most respected names in the business. The conference is a high touch event whereby the speakers... Continue Reading →

5 key areas that could determine the success or failure of the Boks’ 2015 campaign.

On Friday the Springboks depart for England on a mission to recapture the Webb Ellis Cup. The Boks came last in the Rugby Championship, an obvious suggestion that they are hardly the finished article, but Heyneke Meyer reckons the tough preparation against New Zealand, Australia and Argentina was priceless in terms of lessons learned about... Continue Reading →

All Blacks the most successful international rugby team of all time

The All Blacks: With a history extending back to the 1880s, New Zealand's national rugby team, the All Blacks, is not only the most successful international rugby team of all time, but also one of the most successful teams in world sport, with a winning Test record of more than 76 percent overall and more... Continue Reading →

All Blacks the most successful international rugby team of all time

The All Blacks: With a history extending back to the 1880s, New Zealand's national rugby team, the All Blacks, is not only the most successful international rugby team of all time, but also one of the most successful teams in world sport, with a winning Test record of more than 76 percent overall and more... Continue Reading →

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