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Cricket World Cup South Africa 2027: Eight venues confirmed

Inside The Games 12 Apr 2024
As well as South Africa, matches will also be played in Zimbabwe and Namibia, the tournament's co-hosts ... -Johannesburg's Wanderers Stadium. With a capacity of around 30,000, it is the largest and most important stadium in South Africa.
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‘Coloureds can’t jam ’ Portia Modise’s Banyana, Desiree Ellis argument racist and flawed

Independent online (SA) 12 Apr 2024
... and that transformation was killing the rugby in South Africa ... But their history wasn’t viewed as storied enough as their white counterparts, who played in big stadiums and represented “South Africa”.
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Eight South African venues confirmed for 2027 Cricket World Cup

Independent online (SA) 11 Apr 2024
Eight venues in South Africa have been confirmed for the 2027 Cricket World Cup, according to Cricket South Africa chief executive Pholetsi Moseki ... All eight grounds were used when South Africa previously hosted the World Cup in 2003.
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Eight South Africa venues confirmed for 2027 Cricket World Cup

The Peninsula 11 Apr 2024
Eight venues in South Africa have been confirmed for the 2027 Cricket World Cup, according to Cricket South Africa chief executive Pholetsi Moseki ... All eight grounds were used when South Africa previously hosted the World Cup in 2003.
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O’Gara adding a layer of red to his players’ mentality

The Irish Times 11 Apr 2024
This week Cork has become Rog Town, Ronan O’Gara’s staging post for the Saturday assault on Leinster in Aviva Stadium. The French side didn’t go home after their stint in South Africa, instead taking a ...
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Ronan O’Gara adding a layer of red to La Rochelle players’ mentality

The Irish Times 11 Apr 2024
This week Cork has become Rog Town, Ronan O’Gara’s staging post for the Saturday assault on Leinster in Aviva Stadium. The French side didn’t go home after their stint in South Africa, instead taking a ...
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Wanderers, Kingsmead, Newlands among eight South African venues for 2027 World Cup

Hindustan Times 10 Apr 2024
Johannesburg, Eight of South Africa's top cricket stadiums, including Wanderers in Johannesburg, Durban's Kingsmead and Newlands in Cape Town, have been confirmed as venues for the 2027 ICC ODI World Cup, a News24 report said on Wednesday.
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Super Falcons Set for Winner-takes-it-all Clash with S’Africa Tonight

This Day 09 Apr 2024
... clash inside the Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria this Tuesday night with the mindset of sustaining a record of never having lost to South Africa in that country in senior women’s football.
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Keepers key to battle between Banyana and Super Falcons

Independent online (SA) 09 Apr 2024
Nigeria won Friday’s first-leg encounter at the MKO Abiola Stadium in Abuja 1-0, with Atletico Madrid forward Rasheedat Ajibade scoring a penalty just before half-time ... Nigeria has no fears about South Africa’s home-ground advantage.
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Chinese company starts construction of modern soccer stadium in northern Tanzania for 2027 AFCON finals

People Daily 08 Apr 2024
Gao Hongchun, the project manager, said the contractor will commit to building one of the best stadiums in Africa, providing local employment opportunities, promoting urban construction, and driving regional economic development.
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Sundowns match against Yanga offers leadership lessons as SA heads to the polls

Independent online (SA) 08 Apr 2024
Leadership lessons, books and practices are about to enter the national lexicon as Mamelodi Sundowns was held to a draw in Tanzania and yet another draw in South Africa by Yanga, or Young Africans Sports Club, of Tanzania.
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Young Africans SC launch official complaint after CAF Champions League exit

Independent online (SA) 08 Apr 2024
... match-fixing incident during the quarter-final match between Mamelodi Sundowns and Young Africans Sports Club played on the 5th April 2024 at Tshwane-Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria, South Africa.
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Who’s the big boss of the global south?

Economist 08 Apr 2024
Turkish firms are often the main rivals to Chinese ones for African infrastructure projects; they have laid rail tracks across East Africa, built the national stadium in Rwanda and airports in Senegal and Niger.
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