South Africa
World  /  Published 28.08.22

Hope for flood-hit Pakistan

A South Africa-based disaster relief organisation on Sunday joined rescue operations in flood-hit Pakistan after Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif appealed for international assistance to deal with the cr...
By Fakir Hassen in Johannesburg

Cricket  /  Published 28.08.22

Innings victory for England

South Africa suffered a batting collapse in the final session of Day III as England won the second Test at Old Trafford by an innings and 85 runs to make the series 1-1. Keegan Petersen and Rassie va...
By The Telegraph in Manchester

Places  /  Published 27.08.22

Remembering Mandela’s long walk to freedom at South Africa’s Robben Island

As anti-apartheid hero Ahmed Kathrada, who was also once a prisoner at Robben Island, said: “While we will not forget the brutality of apartheid, we will not want Robben Island to be a monument ...
By Ashwin Rajagopalan

Cricket  /  Published 27.08.22

Stokes, Foakes put England in control

The second day of the second England-South Africa Test belonged to the home team as the ‘Bens’ dominated the Proteas attack. Captain Ben Stokes and wicketkeeper Ben Foakes both hit hundred...
By Our Bureau, Reuters in Calcutta, Manchester

Cricket  /  Published 26.08.22

England steady after scare

Jonny Bairstow and Zak Crawley staged a fightback to avert an England collapse and ensure that the hosts finished Day I of the second Test against South Africa in an advantageous position.  It br...
By The Telegraph in Manchester


World  /  Published 21.08.22

Thousands witness crowning of Zulu king

King Misuzulu, who ascended to the throne, will wield great symbolic power for over 11 million Zulus. They make up nearly a fifth of South Africa's population. Thousands of people gathered at the...
By Dmytro Hubenko

Cricket  /  Published 20.08.22

‘Bazball’ takes a blow

England’s “Bazball” tactics did not work against South Africa, who stunned the hosts to win the first Test by a comfortable margin of an innings and 12 runs at Lord’s on Friday...
By The Telegraph in London

Cricket  /  Published 19.08.22

SA firmly in control versus England

A breezy 72-run stand between Marco Jansen (41 batting) and Keshav Maharaj (41) after opener Sarel Erwee’s 73 helped South Africa move into ascendancy on Day II of the first Test versus England ...
By Our Bureau, Reuters in Calcutta, London

Sports  /  Published 18.08.22

Hamilton 'fully transformed' by Africa trip

Seven times world champion Lewis Hamilton says he feels “transformed” after travelling in Africa during Formula One's August break. The Briton, Formula One's only Black driver who...
By Reuters in London

Cricket  /  Published 18.08.22

South Africa quicks strike

‘Bazball’ was put on the back burner as South Africa’s seamers removed England’s top order cheaply and reduced them to 116 for six before rain forced early stumps on Day I of t...
By Reuters in London


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