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Seven injured on N2 Baden Powell

Seven people were injured this afternoon when a light motor vehicle overturned on the N2 Baden Powell Highway Outbound, in the Western Cape. Shortly before 15h00 this afternoon, multiple ER24 vehicles, along with Metro Services, arrived on the scene and found that a light motor vehicle had rolled multiple times, …

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Further investigations needed in UCT rape case

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The Wynberg Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday postponed the case against a 35-year-old man accused of raping a 23-year-old woman near Rhodes Memorial and the University of Cape Town (UCT) for further investigations. This would include cellphone records, surveillance footage, and statements. The suspect, casually dressed in a white hoodie and …

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Proudfoot joins Springbok coaching staff

Matt Proudfoot, the former assistant coach of the DHL Stormers, DHL Western Province and the Kobe Steelers in Japan, has joined the Springbok coaching staff, SA Rugby confirmed on Tuesday. Proudfoot has signed a four-year contract with SA Rugby to be an additional assistant of Springbok coach, Allister Coetzee, after …

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Kolbe weighs in on size debate

Stormers fullback Cheslin Kolbe may not be the biggest man on the field but he makes up for it with other attributes. In an interview with the Stormers online magazine, Kolbe weighed in on the size debate that consistently comes up whenever he faces larger, heavier opponents on the rugby …

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