Vereeniging mosque ‘bomb’ a hoax – police: The suspected homemade explosive device found at the Masjid Taqwa mosque in Vereeniging is a “hoax bomb”, but the man arrested will still have to face the music because a hoax bomb is still illegal, accordinng to police.
No load shedding for Wednesday evening says Eskom: The power utility, which earlier warned of up to four hours of stage 2 load shedding, says load shedding has been avoided for Wednesday.
Lions’ long history of Crusaders disappointments: A look through the Super Rugby history books suggests the Lions will come unstuck against the Crusaders in Christchurch on Saturday.
Swys says he has no plans to ditch Lions: More opportunities at the Springboks loom, but Lions coach Swys de Bruin says he will honour his contract with the Johannesburg franchise.
Lions: No plans to alter game style for final: Lions captain Warren Whiteley says they have to be “more clinical” when they tackle the Crusaders in the Super Rugby final.
There will be no Lions miracle in Christchurch: The Crusaders will comfortably beat the Lions in the Super Rugby final in Christchurch, Mark Keohane predicts.
Protests over violence to mark the start of Women’s Month: The start of Women’s Month in South Africa will be marked by countrywide marches and pickets over violence again women, children and gender non-conforming people.
Don’t get on the plane if you’re not looking to win – Swys: Lions coach Swys de Bruyn believes his team has what it takes to beat the Crusaders in the Super Rugby final this weekend.
UPDATE: Stage 1 load shedding ends: Eskom spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe said load shedding ended at 20:00 on Tuesday, about two hours earlier than expected.
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