Weekend Argus Saturday3 мин. чтенияRegional & Ethnic
Take A Food Journey Through Africa
AFRICA boasts some of the world’s most gorgeous landscapes, the friendliest people and eco-friendly wildlife experiences. The food scene is equally impressive. The country is famed for its multicultural food experiences. Sink your teeth into a bunny
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Tips To Reduce Your Stress Levels
MOMENTUM Metropolitan’s Claire Klassen offers some pointers to reduce financial stress: • Take advantage of lower interest rates on debt and decreased spending as a result of Covid-19, and use the money freed up to pay off your smallest debt. It’s th
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Short-term Insurance: What You Need To Know
DID YOU know that if the depth of the tyre tread on your car is less than the legal minimum of 1.6mm, your car is unroadworthy and your insurance claim may be rejected if you are involved in an accident? Or that you and your partner can insure your h
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Will ’Reese Lightning’ Strike It Lucky For Lions?
LOUIS Rees-Zammit’s brother Taylor was the first beneficiary of Warren Gatland’s British & Irish Lions selection. He took away more than a thousand pounds courtesy of his brother’s inclusion in Gatland’s squad of 37. What made Taylor’s cash coup so s
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Front-end Domination Key For Lions And Stormers
TODAY the Lions will host the Stormers in their first game of the Rainbow Cup South Africa at Emirates Airline Park (kick-off 2pm). Here we look at three aspects of an all-important clash that can pique the interest of neutrals and supporters alike.
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•Eight cows and R50 000 cash lobola for new Zulu queen Ntokozo Mayisela •Wage negotiations: Public sector unions deadlock while municipal workers appear to make progress •‘Expect new restrictions as third wave approaches’ - Zweli Mkhize ■
Weekend Argus Saturday1 мин. чтенияInternational Relations
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THE violence in Palestine has been condemned by organisations and governments, including President Cyril Ramaphosa. More than 28 people, including children, were killed by Israeli air strikes launched after Palestinian militants fired rockets close t
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Grape Expectations: Wine Farm On Offer
THE HIGH Street Auction Company will be holding the liquidation sale of a Paarl wine farm on May 27 at noon. The live, as well as online, sale will be on site at Nantes Estate. The 110 hectare farm, on the R45 in Noorder Paarl, has 52ha planted with
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Creating The Ultimate Travel ‘Yes Day’ For Your Children
YOU have probably seen the hit Netflix movie Yes Day by now. If you haven’t, I suggest you add it to your weekend movie list. The movie revolves around couple Allison and Carlos who decide to give their children a “Yes Day”. Their three children have
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Wheelchair-bound Teen In His Element On The Basketball Court
THE TEENAGE wheelchair basketball player from Gugulethu enjoys spending time at school more than at home. Isiphile Ntenge, 14, lost both his lower limbs at an early age and has been wheelchair-bound since then. He said he spends the week at Tembelatu
Weekend Argus Saturday2 мин. чтенияPolitics
Disappointment As Few Comment On Draft Budget
THE City of Cape Town has received an underwhelming number of participants on its proposed budget for the 2021/22 financial year. The municipality announced it received less than 2000 comments from the public, a disappointing turnout given the popula
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Three Factors That Could Influence The Bulls V Sharks
BULLS v Sharks is THE grudge match in South African rugby at the moment. Not only did they fight for 100 minutes to decide the Currie Cup final, it was also a contrast of styles and philosophies. Last season, the Sharks kicked the living daylights ou
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Regulations Are Forcing Banks To Put You First
THERE has been a major shift among the major retail banks in adopting a more customer-centric culture and big improvements in how they treat and service you. However, the banks are still failing consumers through poor service from call centres and no
Weekend Argus Saturday1 мин. чтенияMedical
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A 63-YEAR-OLD man was arrested at the Lebombo border post for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs worth R32 million from Mozambique in the vehicle he was driving, the SAPS in Mpumalanga said this week. SAPS spokesperson Brigadier Leonard Hlathi sai
Weekend Argus Saturday2 мин. чтенияCrime & Violence
Arms Deal Whistleblowers Still Want Justice
WHISTLEBLOWERS and campaigners against the multibillion-rand arms deal have not given up on justice for taxpayers after the Judicial Conduct Committee (JCC) confirmed it was investigating complaints against two judges who probed the transaction. Whis
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Weekend Argus Saturday2 мин. чтенияAutomotive
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JENSON Button warned Yuki Tsunoda to watch his words after the Japanese Formula One rookie publicly criticised the performance of his AlphaTauri car in Spanish Grand Prix qualifying last Saturday. The 20-year-old has acquired a reputation for swearin
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Sisters Take Plight Of Poor To Heart
GIVING to the less fortunate has been a part of the routine of Chaye Almacin, 17, and her sister, Jayde, 15, ever since they were children. Now that the sisters have grown up, they have started the Intsapho Teen Movement to help more people in and ar
Weekend Argus Saturday2 мин. чтенияInternational Relations
Palestinians Remembered At Eid Al-Fitr Event
TURKISH consul-general Sinan Yeilda hosted an exclusive Eid celebration at his private residence in Constantia, in an effort to bring the Turkish community in the province together in reverence to this important day. The Turkish Embassy has roughly 5
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Venue Adjustments To Lions Rugby Tour
THE door on spectators attending matches played by the touring British and Irish Lions in July has not been closed, but for now, it does not look good as SA Rugby yesterday announced how fans that have bought tickets are to be recompensed. On the sam
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Editor Jade Otto INSIDER EDITOR | Buhle Mbonambi PRODUCTION EDITOR | Tanya Fynn PERSONAL FINANCE | Martin Hesse TRAVEL | Clinton Moodley MOTORING | Pritesh Ruthun POLITICS | Siyabonga Mkhwanazi BUSINESS | Sechaba Nkosi BIZTECH | Wesley Diphoko
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5 African Travel Influencers To Follow
AS WE STOKE the wanderlust with travel restrictions easing and the tourism sector slowly coming alive, don’t fret about your next destination or sho’t left break. There are plenty of Instagram accounts to follow, especially if you want to explore acr
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A North V South Rainbow Cup Final Is On The Cards
AFTER the disappointment of South Africa's franchises not being allowed to travel to Europe to play their European counterparts in the Rainbow Cup, it now seems highly likely that the best team from between Ireland, Italy, Wales, and Scotland will pl
Weekend Argus Saturday3 мин. чтенияCrime & Violence
Cops ‘Treated Family As Suspects’
THE family of Asheeqah Noordien, 6, of Manenberg, who has been missing for 16 years, say they did not sell her to human traffickers to take care of a drug debt. For the first time since Asheeqah disappeared, her mother, Naeemah Noordien, 44, and gran
Weekend Argus Saturday1 мин. чтенияAutomotive
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Said to be manufactured to the highest quality standards at its state-of-the-art production facility at Anantapur, India, the KIA Sonet marks the brand’s entry into the burgeoning B-SUV segment in South Africa. The Sonet is all-new, developed and eng
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Can The ‘Big Three’ Flex Muscles Among African Giants?
SOUTH Africa’s “big three” – Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns – will be hoping to make the country proud when they play the first leg of the quarter-finals in their respective continental competitions this weekend. But that’s easi
Weekend Argus Saturday2 мин. чтенияPolitics
Sars Set To Go After R90bn Taxi Industry Non-compliance
THE SA Revenue Service (Sars) will focus on the minibus taxi industry in the coming financial year as it embarks on a major compliance drive, revealed Finance Minister Tito Mboweni. He was answering in a written parliamentary Q&A session, a question
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How To Plan For Those Unforeseen Incidents
WITH most travel restrictions lifted and vaccination programmes in full swing in many parts of the world, travellers are feeling a bit more comfortable booking that plane ticket or planning a road trip. That said, ensure you also prepare for those un
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Million-rand Luxury D Ivorce Getaways For The Super Rich
WHEN news of Bill and Melinda Gates’ divorce broke earlier this month, the mother-of-three travelled to Calivigny Island in Grenada. Melinda rented the Caribbean private island to flee from the media and reflect after announcing the high-profile spli
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First blood for New Zealand in Trans-Tasman Super Rugby
THE Otago Highlanders outmuscled Australian champions the Queensland Reds 40-19 before the Wellington Hurricanes beat the New South Wales Waratahs 64-48 in a Sydney try-fest as New Zealand took first blood in Super Rugby Trans-Tasman yesterday. Predi
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