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Lyon gets one-day call up for Zimbabwe, <strong>South</strong> <strong>Africa</strong> tri-series

Lyon gets one-day call up for Zimbabwe, South Africa tri-series

04 Aug 2014

Sydney: Spinner Nathan Lyon was on Monday called up to Australia's one-day squad for their tri-series against Zimbabwe and South Africa with Ben Cutting, Kane Richardson and Mitchell Marsh also getting the nod.

Nathan Lyon,   Zimbabwe,   Rod Marsh,   one-day,   Test bowler,   Australia,   South Africa,   Ben Cutting,  
<strong>South</strong> <strong>Africa</strong> to tour Australia ahead of World Cup

South Africa to tour Australia ahead of World Cup

23 Jun 2014

Johannesburg: South Africa will play five One-Day Internationals and three T20 Internationals against Australia in November as part of their build-up to the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

South Africa,   South Africa vs Australia,   World Cup 2015,   Cricket World Cup,   Cricket South Africa,  
Football team from Brazil may visit India

Football team from Brazil may visit India

18 Aug 2014

Kolkata: This may sound a like a dream to the Indian football fans, but Brazil colts are likely to visit India along with teams from Russia, China and South Africa for the proposed BRICS tournament next year.

Indian football fans,   Brazil colts,   Russia,   China,   South Africa,   BRICS tournament,  
Injured Watson out of Zimbabwe ODI series

Injured Watson out of Zimbabwe ODI series

16 Aug 2014

Brisbane: Australia all-rounder Shane Watson has pulled out of the tour of Zimbabwe with an ankle injury and has been replaced by Phil Hughes, Cricket Australia said on Saturday.

Shane Watson,   Zimbabwe ODI series,   Phil Hughes,   Rod Marsh,   triangular series,   South Africa,  
ICICI to open China, <strong>South</strong> <strong>Africa</strong> branches this fiscal: Kochhar

ICICI to open China, South Africa branches this fiscal: Kochhar

06 Jul 2014

Mumbai: With an eye on 'India-linked' business expansion on foreign shores, the country's top private sector lender ICICI Bank is all set to start full- fledged branches in China and South Africa in the current fiscal.

ICICI Bank,   ICICI branch in China,   South Africa,   Chanda Kochhar,   ICICI Bank revenue,  
Mahela Jayawardene run out for 165 as Sri Lanka pile on runs

Mahela Jayawardene run out for 165 as Sri Lanka pile on runs

25 Jul 2014

Colombo: Mahela Jayawardene was run out for 165 and Niroshan Dickwella scored a half-century on debut as Sri Lanka piled on the runs on the second morning of the second Test against South Africa on Friday.

Mahela Jayawardene,   Niroshan Dickwella,   Sri Lanka vs South Africa,  
Centre to Bombay HC: All airports have equipment to detect Ebola

Centre to Bombay HC: All airports have equipment to detect Ebola

16 Oct 2014

Mumbai: The Union government has informed the Bombay High Court that all international airports in the country have been provided with thermal image scanners to detect the presence of 'Ebola' virus among passengers coming from African countries.

airports,   Ebola,   Bombay High Court,   Ebola,   international airports,   thermal image scanners,   Africa,  
Graeme Smith calls time on Surrey stint

Graeme Smith calls time on Surrey stint

21 Jul 2014

London: South Africa great Graeme Smith will not be returning to Surrey next season, the English county announced Sunday.

South Africa cricketer,   Graeme Smith,   Surrey,   English county,  
Ebola escalation could trigger major food crisis

Ebola escalation could trigger major food crisis

16 Oct 2014

United Nations: The global famine warning system is predicting a major food crisis if the Ebola outbreak continues to grow exponentially over the coming months, and the United Nations still hasn't reached over 750,000 people in need of food in West Africa as prices spiral and farms are abandoned.

Ebola,   food crisis,   global famine warning,   United Nations,   West Africa,   hunger,   UN World Food Program,   WFP,  
Vernon Philander fined for ball-tampering

Vernon Philander fined for ball-tampering

19 Jul 2014

Galle (Sri Lanka): South Africa seam bowler Vernon Philander was fined 75 percent of his match fee after being accused of ball tampering during the first Test against Sri Lanka.

South Africa,   Vernon Philander,   ball-tampering,   Philander fined,   ICC,   ,  

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