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Wednesday 04th May 2016

HEADLINE: Ndumiso Lindi (JHB)
MC: Stuart Taylor
SUPPORT ACT: Lungelo Ndlovu

OPEN MIC: Irshaad Mohamed

GUEST ACT: Conrad Koch / Chester Missing

Thursday 05th May 2016

HEADLINE: Ndumiso Lindi (JHB)
MC: Stuart Taylor
SUPPORT ACT: Lungelo Ndlovu

OPEN MIC: Irshaad Mohamed

GUEST ACT: Conrad Koch / Chester Missing

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A conviction and sentence for illegal-drag racing has come nearly two years after the motorist was arrested.

The City of Cape Town is delighted with the outcome of a court case involving a motorist who was arrested on a charge of reckless and negligent driving.

The man was arrested in June 2014 in Athlone after officers chased him down during an illegal street race. Now, nearly two years later, the case has been finalised with a guilty verdict. The magistrate handed down a sentence of R3 000 or 30 days imprisonment, plus a further six months direct imprisonment suspended for five years, on condition that the accused is not found guilty of the same offence during the period of suspension. His licence has also been revoked for a six-month period. Continue reading

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The City of Cape Town’s Manenberg infill housing project, at a cost of approximately R123 million, is set to start during May 2016. For years, an all-female project steering committee has been playing an intricate role behind the scenes to ensure that this project, in one of the most volatile areas in the metro, can become a reality.

Construction of the 587 subsidised units is expected to commence soon and it is foreseen to take approximately three years to completion. Continue reading

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At 12h30 today, a 30 year old man suffered severe seizures while hiking up Table Mountain. Western Cape Government Health Emergency Medical Services airlifted him by AMS helicopter to Grootte Schuur Hospital in a critical condition.

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Two-time SA Schools scrumhalf and Garsfontein High School pupil Embrose Papier on Tuesday joined the Junior Springbok training squad in Stellenbosch as the side prepares for the World Rugby Under-20 Championship in Manchester from 7 to 25 June.

Papier, who was a member of the SA Schools squad that featured in the International Under-18 Series in 2015 and 2014 and played for the Vodacom Blue Bulls in the provincial Under-19 competition last season, will be in contention for selection with other scrumhalves Marco Jansen van Vuren and James Hall, who is currently playing Vodacom Super Rugby for the Southern Kings. Continue reading

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Springbok Sevens player Francois Hougaard on Tuesday re-joined the Springbok Sevens squad at their training base in Stellenbosch and will be considered for the forthcoming Paris and London legs of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.

Hougaard played in the first four tournaments in Dubai, Cape Town, Wellington and Sydney and just returned from a stint with English Premiership club Worcester.

Springbok Sevens coach Neil Powell was pleased to see Hougaard back and in contention for selection for the last two tournaments of the 2015/16 series.

“It is nice to see Francois back,” said Powell. Continue reading

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Saxes, trumpets, all that jazz and more in entertaining evening with Cape Horns

Hosted by respected saxophonist Don Vino, Cape Horns promises a relaxed and entertaining evening of music, offering something for everyone with an exciting array of sounds. The concert will take place for two nights only at the Baxter Theatre on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 May at 8pm.

From Gospel to Jazz, Big Band to Pop, and celebrating the much-loved but often forgotten Lang-arm, it’s guaranteed to get the audience dancing. Cape Horns presents some of Cape Town’s most notable brass music stars, while providing a platform for the next generation of talent.

Trumpeter Ian Smith of VJR fame and director of the acclaimed Delft Big Band joins the line up with saxophonist Heinrich Isaacs, who is known for his Gospel jazz expertise; and fellow saxophonist Didier Richards, a popular performer with the South African Navy Band and who has played with the likes of the legendary Pacific Express.

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There were no new injury concerns for the DHL Stormers heading into the bye week following their clash with the Waratahs at DHL Newlands.

On the long-term injury list there are a number of players that have made good progress, with the likes of Wilco Louw, Jaco Taute, Jano Vermaak and Robert du Preez expected to be available for selection following the June international break.

Eben Etzebeth is in the final stages of his rehabilitation from a calf injury, and may travel with the team to face the Sunwolves in Singapore on May 14 depending on his progress this week.

Taute will return to training for the first time this week since picking up an ankle injury in pre-season, while scrumhalf Vermaak (neck injury) and flyhalf Du Preez (knee injury) should be back on the training pitch next month.

Lock Jean Kleyn who injured his arm is also expected to return to full fitness before the end of the Vodacom Super Rugby season.

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