A large amount of debris was in the harbour following heavy rains and the prosthesis was soon found floating among it.
The meeting was planned to take place at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria in February 2020.
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South African resilience gives big thinkers hope for the future
They say the country is at a turning point and it is up to citizens to let it slide further downhill or use the country’s strengths to turn things around.
‘We won the Webb Ellis Cup for ordinary South Africans and to be able to present the trophy to them, has been phenomenal,’ Kolisi said.
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Ryland Fisher says: ‘Rest in peace, my brother. Your words will always inspire us.’

‘Overworked’ Zuma out of hospital, thanks supporters for well wishes

‘He doesn’t get enough rest and for his age, that is not allowed,’ says his son, Edward Zuma.

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Sources confirm accidental ‘stowaway’ story despite denials

Sources confirm accidental ‘stowaway’ story despite denials

Two sources say the airline’s denial might simply be an attempt to avoid embarrassment, since there is plenty of evidence proving the incident did happen.

First Gupta asset goes on auction in Saxonwold

This is the first of several Saxonwold-based Gupta-owned properties to be auctioned by Park Village Auctions.

Podcast of man tracking sexual abuser receives overwhelming response

Deon Wiggett says he hopes the series will help survivors of sexual abuse heal, and help other people to understand.

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Soweto house row ‘a political ploy to get back at me’

Soweto house row ‘a political ploy to get back at me’

Mhlongo provided The Citizen with a Deed of Transfer showing that he purchased the house for R32,000.

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Economists cautious over pledges’ influence on growth

Economists cautious over pledges’ influence on growth

The investments were actually ‘commitments to investments’ and people needed to be careful about how they viewed this, one of the experts said.

This man has sculpted a tiny Webb Ellis Cup, and he wants the Boks to have it

Willard Wigan’s extraordinary creations can only be fully appreciated under a microscope.

Boks Trophy tour: Meet one of the champions’ drivers

Ncube, who has been driving buses for over three years, said he would forever cherish the moment of being in the presence of President Cyril Ramaphosa as well as the Bokke.

Refugees order Gift of the Givers out of Methodist Church in Cape Town

This meant the organisation was unable to distribute the six enormous pots of food that had been prepared for distribution on Wednesday.

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Pietermaritzburg treason triallists to pay tribute to fallen comrades

Pietermaritzburg treason triallists to pay tribute to fallen comrades

One of the survivors, James Mange, said now was the time for the youth to get to know about the struggle and where it comes from.

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Cosatu optimistic, keen to see difference investment promises make

Cosatu optimistic, keen to see difference investment promises make

The hub and auto-manufacturing plants to be opened in KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape mean a possible a 10% rise in car exports.

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Questions remain after ‘stowaway’ drama at OR Tambo

Questions remain after ‘stowaway’ drama at OR Tambo

An apparently ‘conscious technician’ found in the hold shortly after takeoff forced a Kenya Airways Boeing to return to the airport.

Right of reply: McLaren Circus says Ban Animal Trading has it all wrong

The circus says it doesn’t support canned lion hunting and the animals that feature in its live shows are all well looked after.

AfriForum wants to ’embarrass justice system, not solve Meyiwa case’ – Cele

He claimed the family was ‘very well satisfied with the work of the police’, yet Meyiwa’s brother Sifiso earlier bemoaned the NPA’s lack of progress.




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