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Calling African Players Ayumba Ayodi 20 August 2011 This year's Inanda Africa Cup polo tournament was unique. The championship, which took place at the Inanda Polo Club in Sandton Johannesburg, incorporated lifestyle events like fashion, cultural
This was the second time in a month that services were suspended because of cable theft. The multi-billion rand transport system would also not be operational between Sandton and Rosebank stations in Johannesburg due to water leakages.
An aerial view of neighbourhoods around Sandton City in Johannesburg...Around midday, rescue workers began an underground search for him. Wilson said taxi operators usually fetched buckets of water from the pit to wash their vehicles.
South African interior designer Stephen Falcke has been commissioned to give Monaco's palace an overhaul, reported the Sunday Times. His appointment comes a month after South African swimmer Charlene Wittstock wed Prince Albert of Monaco. The
City Turns to Court Over 'Illegal' Billboard 3 August 2011 Pretoria The City of Johannesburg has obtained a court order to prevent the illegal erection of a billboard in Sandton. "A court order was obtained in the South Gauteng High Court to prevent
Julius Malema paid more than half the R3.6 million purchase price for a Sandton, Johannesburg house in cash, City Press reported on Sunday. Malema has had the house demolished and now plans to build one costing millions more. The previous owner, Ken
South Africa’s most capped Springbok rugby player of all time, Joost Van der Westhuizen has been examined and diagnosed with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, by Dr E Pioro, an expert on motor neuron
Julius Malema arrives at the Johannesburg High Court on 21 April 2011...According to neighbours, workers began knocking down the R3.6-million Johannesburg home earlier this year. "[We] are in horror because this was a perfectly beautiful house.
Lieuenant Colnel Lungelo Dlamini said the same three men who freed by the Pretoria Magistrate's Court on Monday because police had failed to bring the them to court within 48 hours. Moments after the ruling, they were surrounded by six heavily-armed
Heads of States in Sandton, Johannesburg, the instruction to the negotiators and facilitators was to begin to draw up the timelines of the roadmap to elections. These timelines will then be presented at the August summit in Angola. Negotiators will