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SA Police Service play a major role in perpetrating serious violent crime

Cops are the criminals: SAIRR

Members of the SA Police Service play a major role in perpetrating serious violent crime, the SA Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) said on today.

Jan27Sport2

Sammy hits a different chord

Questions were not in short supply at the press conference ahead of the last match of West Indies’ tour to SA today, a one-day international at Centurion. However, straight answers were not as easily had.

Jan15Sport3

ODI warfare on the cards

The T20 series was as one-sided as the test series. So South Africans will hope to see a contest when Proteas and West Indies clash in the one-day series starting at Kingsmead today.

The Fawley oil refinery and Hamble oil terminal are seen on January 7, 2015 in Southampton, England

Oil oversupply bonus for SA

South African consumers could get a boost from the oil price “shocks”, which yesterday saw the global oil price plummet to levels last seen at the height of the global depression in 2009.

Jan13Sport2

Ontong in driver’s seat

If you were wondering how seriously South Africa and West Indies would take the third Twenty20 at Kingsmead today, here’s your answer: not very.

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ANC in decline in year 103

The ANC is one of the few political organisations worldwide that has existed for over 100 years.

Temba Bavuma dives at short-leg during day 4 of the 2nd Test match between South Africa and West Indies at St. Georges Park yesterday Picture: GALLO IMAGES

Ton-up Brathwaite shows rare class

Krigg Brathwaite and Marlon Samuels hit centuries in a record stand before the West Indies collapsed on the fourth day of the second Test against South Africa at St George’s Park yesterday.

South African batsman and Captain Hashim Amla raises his bat as he celebrates scoring a double century (200 runs) during the 2nd day of the first test match between South Africa and the West Indies at Supersport Park in Centurion

Raining tons as Proteas go on attack

Hashim Amla’s third double-ton for South Africa and Stiaan van Zyl’s unbeaten century on debut against West Indies helped the hosts declare on 552 for five before rain brought an early end to day two of the first Test yesterday.

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