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Cheap, bland, unreliable and slow are some of the things that spring to mind when I hear the words ‘Korean Cars.’ These cars have always had the unfortunate reputation of being inexpensive knock-offs of their prestige German rivals. So you can only imagine my excitement when I learned that behind the Epica’s shiny Holden badge lurked a Daewoo Tosca.
 
 
 
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Posted by Ryan Broadfoot
14 Aug 2008
A Carrion Death is a book about a black detective (Kubu) set in Botswana. Now you may be forgiven for thinking it is another book in the #1 Ladies Detective Agency series, but it isn’t. And if you haven’t read #1 Ladies Detective Agency I suggest you do so immediately, especially if your roots are anywhere near Botswana.
 
 
 
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Posted by Philip Scott
14 Aug 2008

Recently I read a very interesting article on who was the greatest sportsman ever, written by an Australian. Here was his impressive list:

 

1. Muhammad Ali - Three-time world champion

2. Pele - Three time World cup winner and all time top scorer for Brazil

3. Lance Armstrong - Won the Tour de France seven successive times after overcoming cancer

 
 
 
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Posted by Huegnot Hottentot
14 Aug 2008
Op ‘n koue winter’s oggend in Alberton kry Adriaan Benson ‘n oproep van sy seun se skool af. “Mnr. Benson, ons wil net hoor hoe dit met Ruan gaan, hy is nou al 5 dae siek.” Dit was eerste wat Adriaan daarvan hoor. Ruan was toe 12 jaar oud en was sedert hy maar 9 jaar oud was mal oor fietsry. Met sy eerste fiets wedren (‘n interprovinsiale byeenkoms in Kimberly) het hy ‘n tweede plek behaal, en dit op ‘n geleende fiets!
 
 
 
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Posted by Philip Scott
14 Aug 2008
Richard Turnbull’s career has spanned sporting industries including elite national athletics, surfing, polo cross, hockey and rugby. His expertise has been instrumental in the motivation, sports conditioning and rehabilitation of international sports teams including the South African Men’s Hockey Team (Atlanta Olympics), the Women’s National Polo Cross Team (Australia 1996), The Natal Rugby Union Team (Currie Cup) and the Springboks Rugby Team (1993).
 
 
 
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Posted by Liesel Rennie
13 Jun 2008
They say that every rugby player’s dream is to secure a contract with a Super 14 franchise. Mark Swanepoel did just that and before he turned 17! After playing for the Australian Schoolboys, a very impressive feat in itself, Mark was offered a 2 year contract with the Reds Academy.
 
 
 
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Posted by Julie Purdon
13 Jun 2008
“The biggest achievement for me was winning 6 races including all 3 Grade One races on J&B Met day in Jan 2007, which is a world record. “ Images courtesy of www.racingandsports.com.au
 
 
 
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Posted by Liesel Rennie
12 Jun 2008
This jubilant Gospel choir, formed less than 5 years ago in the ‘Rainbow Nation’, is a cultural  embodiment of post-apartheid South Africa. The magnificent 52 strong, choir, styled with a contemporary feel is the culmination of voices from various churches and community centres in and around Soweto. In their five year existence the Soweto Gospel Choir has found a surprisingly large international audience that is exponentially swelling and winning hearts and souls through their deeply connected faith and their excellent professional presentation.
 
 
 
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Posted by Liesel Rennie
02 Apr 2008

1. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Never be shy about asking any professional how much work they have done. Ask to see photos of their work, flowers, cake and photographer.

 
 
 
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Posted by Sarah Leite
15 Feb 2008
A lifelong ambition led Daniel Bennett to do what most of us only dream about… to live the life of his dreams. Today, Daniel’s legacy provides inspiration and encouragement to aspiring young athletes, particularly cyclists, and continues to strengthen his family and his friends. This is his unforgettable story as told to Sabona by his mum, Debby Bennett.
 
 
 
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Posted by Debby Bennett
22 Nov 2007
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