Photo: Team Sauerland Mateusz Masternak (35-2, 25 KOs) is oozing with confidence ahead of his ten round cruiserweight clash with Johnny Muller (18-4-2, 13 KOs) on Saturday night at the Emperors Palace in Gauteng, South Africa. Accompanied by his training … Continue reading ? The post Masternak: I’ll show Muller what it means to box at cruiserweight appeared first on Boxing News.
She was in South Africa for vacation and was raising money for animal conservation
South Africa's sports minister Fikile Mbalula reiterated on Wednesday that the country had not paid a $10-million bribe to FIFA officials to win its 2010 World Cup bid.
The family of 29-year-old American Katherine Chappell identified the native New Yorker as the woman who was mauled to death by a lion on Monday.
Part three gives us a taste of the fiery music and parties coming out of South Africa's townships.
The first acclaimed black artist shared the gospel without saying a word. I n 1973, after more than a dozen years of turning down invitations to preach in racially segregated South Africa, Billy Graham finally held the first large-scale, mixed-race public event in the nation’s history. Show More Summary
South Africa denies paying a $10m bribe to secure the 2010 World Cup, a day after Fifa chief Sepp Blatter resigned amid a Fifa corruption scandal.
"Red notices" name two former senior FIFA official and several executives who were indicted by the U.S. And South Africa denies that it issued $10 million in bribes over the 2010 World Cup.
American woman mauled to death at South Africa's Lion Park was trying to raise money for organizations working against poaching
The American woman mauled to death by a lion in South Africa was a New York native.
I ran into a lot of disturbing numbers when I started reporting a story about using thermal cameras and algorithms to detect poachers.South Africa’s environmental affairs department describes the rate of rhino poachings as negligible from 1960 to 1980. Show More Summary
Coal trading platform globalCOAL will weigh changes to South Africa’s Richard’s Bay market this week after complaints about high bids for unusual tonnages. ||| Sarah McFarlane London COAL trading platform globalCOAL will weigh changes to South Africa’s Richards Bay market this week after complaints about high bids for unusual tonnages. Show More Summary
WEF Africa gives SA an opportunity to make its investment case to an audience of global and African business leaders. ||| The World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa kicks off in Cape Town today, giving South Africa an opportunity to make...Show More Summary
I was interviewed for PBS Newshour on questions of sexuality and Islam. Interesting situation in South Africa.
An American tourist taking photos of lions through an open car window at a wildlife park in South Africa was killed Monday when a lion attacked her. Visitors are told never to lower their windows. The unidentified woman at Lion Park near Johannesburg was "taking photographs of the lions from a short distance away," said park spokesman Andre La Cock. Show More Summary
This video from Kruger National Park in South Africa has gone viral. Elephants are among the most lovable animals. They're sensitive and smart – they're like people if people were better. That's why it's so touching to see video proof of their love and commitment to one another. Show More Summary
Pretoria, 1 June 2015 – The Professional Hunter’s Association of South Africa (PHASA) said today it was hopeful that South African Airways (SAA) would reverse a decision to impose an embargo on the shipment of certain hunting trophies and elect instead to place more stringent requirements on the requisite paperwork for transporting animal products. Show More Summary
If you want to live the life of luxury in South Africa, you have to stay at these fab boutique hotels in Durban.
Rozay and company tour Durban, South Africa, perform for a huge sold-out crowd and go on an authentic African safari in his latest vlog. Previously: Future ft. Rick Ross & Big Sean – Fuck Up Some Commas (Remix)
On Monday, news emerged that U.S. investigators believe FIFA second-in-command Jerome Valcke, a close associate of infamous FIFA president Sepp Blatter, was involved in the distribution of a $10 million payment from South Africa to North American/Central American/Caribbean soccer figure Jack Warner. Show More Summary