Monthly Archives: January 2019

CSA congratulates Proteas on Pakistan Test Series victory

CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (9CSA) has congratulated the Standard Bank Proteas on their Castle Lager Test Series victory over Pakistan.  The Proteas took a winning 2-0 lead in the three-match series when they beat Pakistan by 9 wickets in the second match that finished at PPC Newlands on Sunday. “Congratulations to our Proteas on the excellent start they have made to

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How Long Does A Hangover Last, Anyway?

Because mine just lasted two days. The first thing you wonder after waking up after a Rough Night-style evening: Uh, how long does a hangover last again? Typically, hangovers only last the morning (like, until you finally get around to eating breakfast)—at most 24 hours. But sometimes, that after-effects of a night of drinking stick around way past their welcome—like the dreaded two-day hangover which

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Samsung’s New 2019 Monitors Are Designed for Modern Workspaces and Next Generation Gaming

Samsung offers minimalist Space Monitor for modern workspaces, super ultra-wide 49-inch CRG9 monitor for the ultimate gaming experience and slim design 4K UHD curved monitor for content creators Samsung Electronics today announced three new monitors: the modern and minimalist Space Monitor, the CRG9 designed for an unparalleled gaming experience and the UR59C, a stunning 4K UHD curved monitor ideal for content creators.

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The 10 Rules Of Casual Dating Every Woman Should Know

 A girl’s got needs, and sometimes you just want to date and keep things casual. Sound familiar? Then you should know the rules of casual dating. But first: What is a casual relationship? Sure, most people understand that casual dating means you’re not looking to marry the person, but what else is involved? 1. Make sure everybody involved knows the score. If

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System-wide improvement project behind Gauteng matric success

Gauteng Premier David Makhura has attributed the province’s clinical performance in the 2018 National Senior Certificate (NSC) exam results to a system-wide improvement undertaken by the provincial government. These interventions, he said, were not just educational. A beaming Makhura made the remarks at the announcement of the Gauteng Matric Results in Pretoria on Friday. “We have a R45 billion budget

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