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Jeffery’s Bay reintroduced as a stop on the WCT


By Nandi Pape Follow @NandiPape94 South Africa’s best right hand break has once again become a stop on the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP)’s World Championship Tour (WCT), replacing a short-lived stop in Bali. “It’s only fitting that one of the world’s premier waves provides the canvas for the world’s …

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Blunden offers transport for second Test match in PE


By Matthew Kynaston Follow @MatthewKynaston Blunden Coach Tours is providing transport between Grahamstown and PE for the second Test match between South Africa and Australia this weekend. They have arranged a 60-seater bus to travel to PE on Thursday, Friday and Saturday morning. The bus will return every evening after …

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[Video gallery] Rhodes University’s sportsmen and women


By Julia Fish  Follow @julia_fish The annual Rhodes Sports Awards Evening took place on Friday 18 October, with plenty of sparkle. The theme ‘shine bright like a diamond’ highlighted some of Rhodes University’s brightest talent. Competition was stiff for the top awards of Sportsman and Sportswoman of the year with …

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Calata claim inter- res title


By Julia Fish Follow @julia_fish It seems the new kids on the block have a lot of kick. Despite being the newest residence on campus reaching just three years old, Calata blew all the competition away in this year’s inter-res sport. Recognised with both the spirit award and as over-all …

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Mr Rhodes Rugby wins Sportsman of the Year


By Julia Fish Follow @julia_fish Tafadzwa Chitokwindo is a popular man. He plays Seven’s rugby for the Zimbabwean national team, is the Rhodes First XV top try scorer this season and plays internal league rugby for Founders. However, if you look at Rhodes Confessions, this is not his most appealing …

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