Swys’ big travel gamble looking for a ‘miracle’: Lions coach Swys de Bruin is taking a massive gamble by travelling later to NZ in the hope that it aids his side ahead of their final against the Crusaders.
North West deputy commissioner among 10 top cops to be criminally charged for alleged torture: North West Deputy Commissioner Major General Ntebo “Jan” Mabula and nine other members of the province’s former Organised Crime Unit are expected to appear in court on charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm, according to the Independent Police Investigative Directorate.
Gautrain says it has taken legal steps to prevent intimidation during strike: It did not on Monday evening divulge details around what the legal actions were, or what additional safety measures it would implement, as the indefinite strike continues.
Crusaders devise plan to counter Lions’ maul: The Crusaders are wary of the threat the Lions’ driving maul could pose in the Super Rugby final in Christchurch.
ANC wants its government to implement policies better: The ANC NEC is set to evaluate the performance of the ANC-led government after 24 years in power.
Reopening of Timol matter not ‘about inciting racial tension’ – family: The reopening of the Ahmed Timol case is about remembering those who paid the ultimate price for a democratic South Africa.
Grace Mugabe immunity ‘an error of law’, court finds: The South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg has found that the decision to grant former Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity was “an error of law”.
Dyantyi, Brink fit to travel with Lions: Lions coach Swys de Bruin has named a 25-man squad to travel to New Zealand for the Super Rugby final against the Crusaders.
Bookies give Lions no chance in ‘Mission Impossible’ final: The Lions have been given little to no chance of upsetting the Crusaders in Saturday’s Super Rugby final in Christchurch.
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