Fitness tips for the Cape Town Cycle Tour

Triathlete and fitness ambassador, Vicky van der Merwe shares tips on diet and exercise to help cyclists prepare for the Cape Town Cycle Tour (CTCT) taking place on the 12 March. This forms part of TomTom’s #GetGoing campaign to encourage people to get active and live healthier lives. “The only[…]

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Claims of racism in Cape cycling

As thousands of cyclists prepare for the Cape Argus Cycle Tour this weekend, claims of alleged racism have surfaced in the cycling fraternity. Alfa Body Works Pro Cycling team, the only Muslim owned professional cycling team in the province, have raised serious allegations against Cycling South Africa – following their[…]

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Conditions for Salahtul Istisqa

Cape Town’s dire water shortage has prompted local ulema to call on the Muslim community to reflect on the challenges facing the ummah and seek answers through repentance and prayer. Following level 3B water restrictions coming into effect last month, Mayor Patricia de Lille has declared Cape Town a disaster area. With[…]

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Blasts, gunfire hit Kabul military hospital

Explosions and ongoing gunfire were reported inside a military hospital in the Afghan capital, Kabul, officials said. Defence ministry officials said the attack started with a blast at the front gate of the Sardar Daud Khan hospital in the Wazir Akbar Khan area in the centre of the city on[…]

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SA begins process to revoke ICC withdrawal

Justice Minister Michael Masutha will on Wednesday morning brief the Portfolio Committee on International Relations on the court ruling on South Africa’s withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC). This comes as South Africa starts the process to revoke its intention to withdraw from the ICC. The United Nations (UN)[…]

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Inside job for OR Tambo heist not ruled out – Hawks

Police have not ruled out the possibility that the heist at OR Tambo International Airport on Tuesday evening was an inside job, Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi told News24 on Wednesday. “We can’t rule out anything. Please give us time to investigate. We still have to meet with Airports Company[…]

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Social grants to be paid through new CPS contract

The crisis over the invalid Cash Paymaster Services contract has been resolved with a brand new contract between it and Sassa, the Social Development Department said in Cape Town on Monday. “On the first [of April] we start a new contract, but with the same service provider,” SA Social Security[…]

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