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Oh Schuks! The Complimentary Breakfast hosts South Africa's original prankster as "Oom Gysbert from Ermelo" - the man who believes that he can do Rian's job better than he can.
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Advisors for Charity go out of their way to keep the daughter of a single mom breathing ...
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Find out how to put your bottom on display to win big! All the details here.
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Taylor Swift took home several awards at the MTV Video Music Awards including Video of the Year.
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Kaptein Skuim decided to give Chippie Solomon from the WP Union a call after losing to the Blue Bulls at Loftus Versveld in their first Currie Cup game of the new season.
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MBD's Pulane wrote a moving piece about self worth in women. Carmen from the Workzone agrees with Pulane and she also added her voice to the subject.
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After getting a face full of flour in the Extreme Challenge Gavin and Richard from Lunatic Wolf still managed to pull of an amazing performance of their single "To the Adventure".
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e-Kasi Challenge back in Mamelodi

e-Kasi Challenge back in Mamelodi

The 3rd Edition of the Momentum eKasi Challenge returns to where it all began – the Mamelodi Oval. This year’s hosts, The Unlimited Titans, are gearing up for the pre-season warm-up match against close rivals, the bizhub Highveld Lions, who will be defending their two consecutive wins in this series.

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The Blue Bulls on Monday confirmed that a number of high profile Springboks have extended their contracts with the union for the next couple of seasons.
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Russian third seed Maria Sharapova withdrew from the US Open on Sunday with a right leg injury, easing the path to a calendar-year Grand Slam for top-ranked Serena Williams.
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Three-time defending champion Serena Williams begins her quest to complete a calendar-year Grand Slam while past winners Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal launch their campaigns Monday at the US Open.
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Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt and pace bowler Mohammad Asif can return to cricket this week following five-year spot-fixing bans, but age and public hostility mean the pair face a hard road to redemption.
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