Rugby legend James Small died from a heart attack

  BY BRENT LINDEQUE James Small (born 10 February 1969) was a former South African rugby union footballer who played on the wing for the Springboks. His international debut was against the All Blacks in 1992, and he made his final appearance against Scotland in 1997. In that final test match, he scored his 20th try, becoming the leading Springbok try scorer, eclipsing Danie Gerber’s record. He was also the leading try scorer in the 1996 Super 12 season. Small passed away on the 10th of July 2019 after succumbing to…

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Drive responsibly during road construction

Trans African Concessions (TRAC) urges N4 Toll Route users to drive responsibly when in or near construction zones, to ensure their and road workers’ safety. Major upgrades, routine maintenance and road rehabilitation are regularly undertaken as the roads take a heavy beating from trucks. Despite all necessary precautions, these zones are hazardous. Speeding, impatient drivers and traffic congestion  create major risks for road users and workers. With cones, barriers and signage, warnings abound. “As the safety of our road users and contractors is a priority for us, we encourage road…

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Take the dollars and run

People and companies in Zimbabwe hold $1.3 billion in foreign currency accounts, central bank governor John Mangudya said on Monday after the finance minister announced that individuals will be allowed to withdraw their U.S. dollars in cash. According to Mangudya, an outstanding amount of 10 million USD will be paid to Eskom, reports Daily Maverick. Just imagine what Eskom can do with that amount.

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Another farm attack

As much as the ANC denies the term farm attacks, another couple had been attacked on their farm in the Free State. According to the police, this will be investigated as a house robbery as various items were taken, also a rifle. The man and his wife were beaten and forced to open their safe. The man has been taken to hospital for further treatment and his wife was treated at home. As usual, no arrests have been made.  

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Denel cannot pay salaries in full

Solidarity serves demand: Denel to take legal action Solidarity  served a demand under section 165 of the Companies Act on Denel to take legal action against individuals who were responsible for, or who were party to the financial predicament the company finds itself in. This comes after various irregularities were brought to Denel’s attention in Solidarity’s Denel File provided to Denel in April 2018. This led to several dismissals at the institution. According to Solidarity’s Head of Legal Services, Anton van der Bijl, under this section of the Act Solidarity…

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