Patrick Lambie will captain South Africa in their international match against the Barbarians at Wembley Stadium in London on Saturday, Springbok coach Allister Coetzee confirmed on Monday. Adriaan Strauss, who has led the Springboks in all of their nine Tests so far this year, will be rested for the Barbarians match. Coetzee will name the... Continue Reading →
Bye Bye Gary Gold as he resigns as Director of Rugby at the Sharks
Gary Gold’s decision to resign as Director of Rugby at the Sharks is both a blessing and a disguise for new CEO Gary Gold Gary Teichmann, who is looking to trim down costly administrative structures as the Shark move into a new era. Gold, a former Springbok forwards coach, has not been overly popular with... Continue Reading →
Sting and Top Songwriters Honored at 2016 BMI London Awards which I was privileged to attend
“Thinking Out Loud” wins Song of the Year for Ed Sheeran BMI proudly honored internationally-celebrated songwriter Sting as a BMI Icon on 10th October at the 2016 BMI London Awards. Music industry guests including Hozier, Rudimental, Snow Patrol, Disciples and Wayne Hector filled London’s Dorchester hotel to celebrate the UK and European songwriters, producers and... Continue Reading →
Five reasons the awesome All Blacks make rugby history tonight against the Wallabies at Eden Park
OPINION: It's understandable that there are a few nerves about regarding the All Blacks' latest tilt at this elusive world record for consecutive test victories by a tier one nation at Eden Park tonight. They've been close before − three times in the last half-dozen years − and have fallen at one of the final... Continue Reading →
The All Blacks have the chance to make history on Saturday
The All Blacks have the chance to make history with a tier one record of 18 straight Test victories when they take on Australia in Saturday’s Bledisloe Test, presented by American Express. Since taking out Australia 41-13 at Eden Park on August 15 2015, the All Blacks have marched to 17 straight victories. The winning... Continue Reading →
Young woman’s bursary offered at Academy of Sound Engineering in W Cape
A young woman’s bursary is to be offered at Academy of Sound Engineering (ASE ) ASE are excited to announce that we are offering a bursary for a young woman to study in 2017. The successful application will be able to start her career in Music Production, Live Sound, Broadcasting or Sound to Picture. To... Continue Reading →
The programme for 15th Oct. (Saturday ) African Hip Hop Indaba.
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All Blacks in Durban test preview -My two cents worth -All Blacks by 15
THE All Blacks have had a regal presence in Durban this week that you would expect from ultra champions, with curious onlookers never far from their team hotel and training field to get a glimpse of a truly champion team. Seldom has Durban sold out for a Test match in the professional era but that... Continue Reading →
The All Blacks team to play South Africa at Kings Park, Durban, on Saturday 8 October, has been named.
The All Blacks team to play South Africa in the final Investec Rugby Championship Test at Growthpoint Kings Park, Durban, on Saturday 8 October, has been named. The matchday 23 is (with Test caps in brackets): 1. Joe Moody (18) 2. Dane Coles (44) -pictured 3. Owen Franks (85) 4. Brodie Retallick (55) 5. Samuel... Continue Reading →