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Race quota influenced South Africa at World Cup, says coach Mike Horn

Apr 17, 2015

Race quota influenced South Africa at World Cup, says coach Mike Horn

South Africa's high performance coach Mike Horn has said he believes the Proteas team was changed for the World Cup semi-final match against New Zealand last month to meet race quota requirements #World Cup #South Africa #Proteas #SportsTracker #Mike Horn #CWC 2015 #South Africa Race Quota
Anti-immigrant unrest hits S.Africa as Zuma condemns violence| Reuters

Apr 16, 2015

Anti-immigrant unrest hits S.Africa as Zuma condemns violence| Reuters

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African police fired rubber bullets and tear gas on Thursday to disperse anti-immigrant protesters in Johannesburg, as the country's president called for a halt to a wave of violence directed at foreigners. Around 200 protesters, shouting that they wanted immigrants to leave, had pelted passing vehicles and police with rocks in an eastern suburb of the country's biggest commercial city, triggering the show of force. At least four people have been killed in the unrest that started two weeks ago in Durban, a major port on South Africa's Indian Ocean coast where further clashes broke out on Thursday #Politics #United States #Pakistan #South Africa #Africa #Latin America #Entertainment #Mexico #opinion
South Africa bowling coach Allan Donald moves on from Proteas

Apr 14, 2015

South Africa bowling coach Allan Donald moves on from Proteas

South Africa coach, Allan Donald, on Tuesday stepped down from his role as bowling coach of the Proteas. #Cricket #South Africa #SportsTracker #Allan Donald #Stepped down
Indian-origin grandpa sets 4-year-old grandson, self ablaze in South Africa

Apr 10, 2015

Indian-origin grandpa sets 4-year-old grandson, self ablaze in South Africa

A 64-year-old Indian-origin man took his 4-year-old grandson in a car and set it ablaze in South Africa in a murder-suicide that has shocked Indian township of Azaadville, west of Johannesburg. #World #NewsTracker #South Africa #Johannesburg #Johannesberg #Indian-Origin Grandpa #Azaadville
South Africa develops new medicine that may help battle against drug-resistant tuberculosis

Apr 10, 2015

South Africa develops new medicine that may help battle against drug-resistant tuberculosis

Drug-resistant tuberculosis is a major health challenge across much of Africa, but a new medicine being pioneered in South Africa could be a breakthrough after decades of frustration. #NewsTracker #World Health Organization #South Africa #drug-resistant tuberculosis #Bedaquiline #Khayelitsha #Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital

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India should stick to Dhawan and Vijay even in New Zealand

Dec 18, 2013

India should stick to Dhawan and Vijay even in New Zealand

Nobody can adapt if they are taken off after one or two Test matches. #Cricket #Murali Vijay #Shikhar Dhawan #India in South Africa 2013-14
How I grew up with the 'unbreakable' Nelson Mandela, sitting miles away

Dec 09, 2013

How I grew up with the 'unbreakable' Nelson Mandela, sitting miles away

I just want to reminisce about growing up with Mandela. His name was a plank on which we rested many fond hopes for a better world. He always seemed solid. Unbreakable. #InMemoriam #South Africa #Nelson Mandela #African National Congress #anti-apartheid struggle