Herman Gibbs

Desperate Stormers make 5 changes

By Howie Kahn, Stormers Strategic Communications Manager DHL Stormers head coach Allister Coetzee has made five changes to his team for Saturday’s Super Rugby meeting with the Brumbies in Canberra (kick-off 10.40am SA time). One of the five changes is positional, with Gio Aplon shifting from wing to fullback, handing a first-ever Stormers start to Sailosi Tagicakibau at no 11, with …

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Murray Czech-mates Ivan Lendl

  Murray splits with Lendl   The British No.1 and defending Wimbledon champion will no longer work with the Czech coach, who had helped him to his first Grand Slam successes after several failed attempts. Murray appointed Lendl as coach in December 2011 – the Czech being the only other man to have lost all four of his first Grand …

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Bok fans can buy 2015 WC tickets now

 World Cup packages on offer   South African rugby fans need not worry about securing match tickets for Springbok matches at Rugby World Cup 2015 in England following the establishment of SA Rugby Travel, it was announced on Tuesday.The new company – a joint venture between the South African Rugby Union and Tourvest Destination Management – has secured thousands of …

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Phosa now a WBF ringleader

ANC heavyweight joins WBF ranks   One of the most prominent figures in South Africa, Dr Mathews Phosa, has been appointed Honorary President of the World Boxing Federation with immediate effect. WBF President Howard Goldberg expressed his and the WBF’s delight at having one of the most influential and dignified personalities in all of Africa on board the World Boxing …

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2014 Cape Town Carnival in pictures

Cape Dreams Editor, Herman R Gibbs, was at hand on Saturday night, to snap up the action at the 2014 Cape Town Carnival on the streets of Green and Sea Point.

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‘White Buffalo’ hit for 6, TKO’d in 5th

By Herman R Gibbs, Cape Dreams Editor Francois Botha tasted defeat for the sixth consecutive time when he suffered a fifth-round TKO at the hands of Andrzej Wawrzyk on Saturday night at the Hotel Arlamow in Arlamow, Poland. The 45-year-old Witbank-born Botha, now (48-11-2, 29 KOs), last won a fight in June 2011, when he defeated Flo Simba at Emperors …

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Tsogo Sun hotels shine on cycle tour

  Tsogo Sun pull out all the stops   Tsogo Sun, the official accommodation partner to the Cape Argus Pick n Pay Momentum Cycle Tour, hosted around 1500 local and international cyclists over the 2014 race weekend.   Tsogo Sun’s Cape Town hotels pulled out all the stops to prepare them to tackle the world’s largest timed cycle race. Tsogo Sun’s …

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Waterfront Apartment, Distressed Seller, price greatly reduced

WATERFRONT Apartment …………………… Distressed Seller Asking price R7.5m ……………..                 looking at offers in the R6’s Size: 158msq      Rates: R2 645,17 per month    Levies: approx. R3 160 per month The apartment is situated on the Canal, with two very spacious bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living area, large balcony, 2 parking bays and a storeroom.       Call Jane Jones on 072 467 2611

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Sea Point gym boasts Cape champ

SUPER HUMAN … Hendrik Human, head coach and owner of Master Energies Boxing Gym, in Sea Point, guided the fistic fortunes of Lwandiso Gugushe to a Cape Province title at the Cape Sun on Friday night.  Gugushe KO’d Simphiwe Tom in the second round to claim the vacant junior lightweight title.  Pictures: Kalakoda Promotions  

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Helebe’s fistic cyanide for ‘Homicide’

Boxing atoms for Battle of the Bantams’   It’s all systems go after the South African bantamweight champion Toto Helebe and his opponent, No 1 contender Cebo ‘Homicide’ Ngema, were given a clean bill of health at Thursday’s weigh-in in Cape Town. Both boxers tipped the scales inside the bantamweight limit of 53,5kgs when Boxing SA, the country’s regulatory body …

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