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June 5, 2017

Cape Town City sign defender Jeitoso

Cape Town – Cape Town City FC have announced their second signing of the post PSL season, with the addition of Mozambican International Captain, Jeitoso, on Monday.

The Citizens have been expected to expand their squad after securing CAF Confederation Cup football for next year’s edition.

Last week, City officially announced Ayanda Patosi as their first major signing with the 24-year-old joining from Belgium club KSC Lokeren.

“CTCFC is proud to announce the acquisition of Mozambican International Captain, Jeitoso!,” read the statement on the club’s official Facebook page.

“Jeitoso is one of the most revered central defenders [...]

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June 5, 2017

This 101-year-old man took his whole family skydiving — and broke a record!

Skydiving isn’t a stunt for the faint of heart, but when you do it at 101 years old, you’re pretty much a superhuman.

Meet Verdun Hayes. On May 13 he became the oldest person in the world to complete a 15,000-foot tandem jump, according to Guinness World Records. “I felt just over the moon,” Hayes, from Devon, England, told TODAY. “I wanted to beat the world’s record, which I have done.”

And he wasn’t alone. Hayes completed the jump with eight family members and two close friends at Dunkeswell Airfield in England.

“He was probably the calmest one on the plane,” Hayes’ grandson-in-law Ian Honnor told TODAY. “He had no fear and just loved it. He just wanted [...]

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June 5, 2017

Matrics should all write the same exams – Lesufi

Johannesburg – Gauteng’s MEC for education, Panyaza Lesufi, has said all matrics should write the same exams, Netwerk24 reported on Friday. “People are claiming that pupils writing the National Senior Certificate [NSC] exams are poor and that these papers are easy. They also claim that those who write the Independent Examination Board’s [IEB] exams are rich and that these papers are difficult,” Lesufi said at an imbizo held on the East Rand on Thursday. It would make the gap between rich and poor smaller if all pupils were to write the same exams, he said. “In the end, all the pupils are going to function in the same economy, but don’t do the same [...]

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June 5, 2017

London attack: What we know so far

London – Seven people were killed in a terror attack in London on Saturday night when a van smashed into pedestrians on London Bridge before three assailants went on a stabbing spree. The trio of attackers were shot dead by the police at the scene. Here is what we know about the attack, which came 12 days after a suicide bombing in Manchester and just days ahead of Britain’s general election on Thursday.

What happened?

Police received reports of a van speeding into pedestrians on London Bridge at 22:08pm. These emergency calls were quickly followed by reports of multiple stabbings in the popular Borough Market area on the south side of the bridge. After the [...]

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