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So, at the end of what was supposed to be a fair and transparent process, it was France who was today announced as the “surprise” host of Rugby World Cup 2023.This, despite World Rugby having made public an independent technical evaluat...

(View of Table mountain from our Air bnb.)On our second day in Cape Town we had again too many things planned.  First hiking Table Mountain and then a visit to the Ostrich Farm, unfortunately we had to cancel the Ostrich Farm visit as our t...

The first 1.5 billion years of Earth’s evolution is subject to considerable uncertainty due to the lack of any significant rock record prior to four billion years ago and a very limited record until about three billion years ago. Rocks of this age...

Millions of years ago, a mountain range that would have dwarfed the Andes mountains in South America, stretched over what is currently the southern-most tip of Africa. Fossil records near the lost Gondwanides mountains show that the Permian-Triassic...

Gats is Done

By Total Flanker on Oct 17, 2017 in: rugby

So, Warren Gatland is “done” with the British and Irish Lions, having confirmed that he won't be taking charge of the South Africa tour in 2021.Lord knows I’m no Gatland fan, but the chap deserves plenty of credit for leading two successful tou...

Unity was thin on the ground in SA parliament when this kerfuffle broke out. Terry Bell looks at the poison of unprincipled unity. Job losses continue apace and the process seems unlikely to be reversed. That was a comment attributed to South Afric...

A new study by scientists at the University of the Witwatersrand suggests that at about 58,000 years ago, Stone Age humans began to settle down, staying in one area for longer periods. The research also provides a potential answer to a long-held myst...