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Recognition for <strong>South</strong> African apartheid-era cricket veterans

Recognition for South African apartheid-era cricket veterans

05 Jun 2014

Johannesburg: The first set of 75 surviving South African cricketers, who represented the country in the apartheid era but were never acknowledged by the white minority government, received a special Heritage Blazer at the annual Cricket South Africa (CSA) Awards on Wednesday evening.

South African cricketers,   Apartheid era,   Heritage Blazer,   Cricket South Africa,   CSA,   Cricket awards,  
AB de Villiers named <strong>South</strong> African Cricketer of the Year

AB de Villiers named South African Cricketer of the Year

05 Jun 2014

Johannesburg: AB de Villiers dominated the Cricket South Africa Awards banquet by bagging four awards, including Cricketer of the Year 2014, here on Wednesday evening.

AB de Villiers,   South African Cricketer of the Year,   Cricket South Africa Awards,   AB de Villiers awards,  
Herschelle Gibbs declines offer to play in Pakistan after airport attack

Herschelle Gibbs declines offer to play in Pakistan after airport attack

10 Jun 2014

Karachi: Pakistan cricket has been dealt another blow after former Test players Herschelle Gibbs of South Africa and Jacob Oram or New Zealand declined an invitation to play in a T20 tournament in Karachi in the wake of terrorist attack at the Karachi airport on Sunday night.

Herschelle Gibbs,   Pakistan airport attack,   terrorist attack in Pakistan,   South Africa Cricket,  
Hashim Amla named captain of <strong>South</strong> Africa's Test team

Hashim Amla named captain of South Africa's Test team

03 Jun 2014

Johannesburg: Senior batsman Hashim Amla was on Tuesday named captain of South Africa's Test team, succeeding Graeme Smith, despite speculation that his refusal to endorse the beer brand, which sponsors the team, could be a hurdle in his appointment.

South Africa cricket,   Hashim Amla,   Graeme Smith,   SA Test captain,   Test cricket ,  
Battles take shine off the football game

Battles take shine off the football game

19 May 2014

Los Angeles: Football may be the beautiful game but the dark side of the sport has reared its head all too often at the World Cup.

Football,   World Cup,   South Africa,   Spain,   Nigel De Jong,  
Pope Francis calls for peace in Korean peninsula

Pope Francis calls for peace in Korean peninsula

14 Aug 2014

Seoul: Pope Francis on Thursday called for peace in the Korean peninsula in a welcome ceremony at the presidential palace in Seoul, where he began a five-day visit to South Korea, his first to Asia and his third abroad since he was elected last year.

Pope Francis,   Korean Peninsula,   presidential palace,   South Korea,   peace,  
Kashmir Valley tense on Independence Day eve

Kashmir Valley tense on Independence Day eve

14 Aug 2014

Srinagar: Following a guerrilla attack in a south Kashmir town, tension prevailed in the Kashmir Valley on Thursday on the eve of the nation's Independence Day on August 15.

south Kashmir town,   Kashmir Valley,   Independence Day,   south Kashmir,   Pulwama district,   Hizbul Mujahideen,   Chief Minister Omar Abdullah ,  
Selection posers for victorious <strong>South</strong> <strong>Africa</strong>

Selection posers for victorious South Africa

25 Feb 2014

Cape Town: South Africa face a selection dilemma ahead of the decisive third Test against Australia, starting at Newlands Saturday, despite a convincing 231-run second Test win in Port Elizabeth,  

Australia,   South Africa,   Port Elizabeth,   South Africa selection dilemma,   ,  
US to boost security assistance to <strong>Africa</strong>: Obama

US to boost security assistance to Africa: Obama

07 Aug 2014

Washington: President Barack Obama has said US will step up its support for African countries in building strong and professional security forces capable of confronting threats of terrorism and conducting dangerous peacekeeping missions.

Africa,   Barack Obama,   US,   terrorism,   US-Africa summit,  
India lose to Argentina in practice game ahead of hockey World Cup

India lose to Argentina in practice game ahead of hockey World Cup

26 May 2014

New Delhi: India fought hard before losing 1-2 to Argentina in their first practice game ahead of the hockey World Cup at The Hague, Netherlands on Sunday.

India hockey team,   South Africa,   Argentina,   hockey World Cup,   The Hague,   Dharamvir Singh,  

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