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Monster Munch in South Africa
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WATCH: Perenara lands monster 69m kick in training: If the unthinkable happens to the Barrett brothers on Saturday, the Hurricanes appear to have a suitable goal kicking replacement.
Constitutional committee recommends Signing as 12th official language: The Constitutional Review Committee in Parliament has recommended that Sign Language be declared the 12th official language in SA, a language board has said.
Jantjies the man to lead Lions to glory: Jantjies, in the last two seasons, has been South Africa’s most impressive and consistent performer at flyhalf in Super Rugby, writes Mark Keohane.
Lions unchanged for Super Rugby semi: The Lions have named an unchanged side for Saturday’s Super Rugby clash against the Hurricanes on Saturday.
Review: 2017 Mini Cooper Countryman: ‘The Countryman is the perfect example of a ‘Boutique Crossover’, writes Alan Rosenmeyer as he reviews the Mini Cooper Countryman.
Possible end in sight for NHLS strike – Nehawu: The National Health Laboratory Service strike could come to an end after the health department brought significant offers to the table, a union representative has said.
Lions final incentive to tame Hurricanes: The Lions must overcome defending champions Hurricanes if they are to host this year’s Super Rugby decider in their first meeting with NZ opposition this season.
News from Africa:
Lions expect ‘difficult Sharks monster’ at Ellis Park: The Lions expect a tougher challenge from the Sharks when the teams clash against next weekend.
SACP contesting elections doesn’t necessarily mean we will oppose ANC – Nzimande: The decision by the SACP to contest future elections does not necessarily mean it will be going into opposition against the ANC, general secretary Blade Nzimande says.
News from Africa:
The man dubbed the “Springs monster” has broken down in court when his wife, who is also an accused, testified about his childhood.
The trial of the man dubbed the “Springs monster” and his wife, accused of the decade-long abuse of their five children, continues in the High Court in Pretoria.
The wife of the alleged “Springs monster” wrote love letters to him saying she would never leave him, the High Court in Pretoria heard on Monday.
The trial of a Springs man who allegedly held his family captive for years and abused them is due to continue in the Pretoria High Court.