Johannesburg [South Africa], Oct 14 : World number one Rafael Nadal has sought 100,000 euros in damages from former French sports minister Roselyne Bachelot after she levelled doping allegation against the Spanish tennis maestro. Roselyne Bachelot, who served as Minister for Health and Sport of France between 2007 and 2010, had alleged that Nadal's seven-month injury break in 2012 was due to the failed drug test.
South African Police Service officers based at OR Tambo International Airport and Johannesburg East policing cluster officers made a significant breakthrough with the arrest on Friday night of six suspects linked to what has been dubbed the “airport following” robberies committed in and around the Johannesburg area, Gauteng police said. “The team, acting on information, monitored a security vehicle and discovered that this vehicle which is contracted to work at OR Tambo International Airport was following a sedan from ORTIA travelling towards Sandton,” Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo said on Saturday.
In a first on the African continent, Rebsons Labels has imported the Nilpeter Panorama Digital Printer to South African shores. Finding its new home at the Rebsons Labels headquarters in Selby, Johannesburg, this incredible digital printing machine is revolutionising printing for both label manufacturers and the print and packaging industry.
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