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  School of Speed Athletes Impress In Durban
Posted by: DMG-network - 12-02-2018, 11:06 PM - Forum: Run Trail NewsFeed - No Replies

Durban – The PUMA School of Speed at the Kings Park Athletics Track today saw blistering performances from talented teenage High School athletes aiming to follow in the footsteps of PUMA School of Speed Principal Usain Bolt. PUMA School of Speed Athletes Impress In Durban The Durban track meet, the third of five PUMA School [...]

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  Murray defends Cape Town ITU World Cup title
Posted by: DMG-network - 12-02-2018, 05:15 PM - Forum: Sports Feed - No Replies

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA – The new World Cup season is now underway following what proved to be a superb sprint triathlon in the Cape Town sunshine. Murray and Holland get 2018 World Cup season off to winning start in Cape Town The athletes looked keen to put all their closed-season training to the test [...]

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  ITU World Cup season starts in Cape Town
Posted by: DMG-network - 08-02-2018, 08:21 PM - Forum: Sports Feed - No Replies

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA – For the second time, the beautiful city of Cape Town will have the honour of hosting the first race of a new ITU World Cup season this weekend, with all of the athletes looking to make the strongest possible start to this year’s 17-stop worldwide tour. Cape Town ready to [...]

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  Joshua Cheptegei for Athletix Grand Prix Meet
Posted by: DMG-network - 06-02-2018, 08:04 PM - Forum: Run Trail NewsFeed - No Replies

World Championship 10 000m silver medallist, Joshua Cheptegei is the first big name to be announced to compete in the inaugural Athletix Grand Prix Series in March 2018. Joshua Cheptegei leads top names at inaugural Athletix Grand Prix Meet The Athletix Grand Prix Series consists of three meetings: 1. Ruimsig Stadium, Johannesburg on Thursday, 01 [...]

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  Two Oceans Marathon Tackles Cape Water Crisis
Posted by: Newsroom - 06-02-2018, 03:25 PM - Forum: Eco News Feed - No Replies

(Cape Town – With the City of Cape Town and parts of the Western Cape in the midst of a severe drought, organisers of the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon (OMTOM) are working around the clock to ensure the 49th edition of the world’s most beautiful marathon is fully aligned with plans to avoid Day […]

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  New Sponsor for School of Speed Series
Posted by: DMG-network - 01-02-2018, 04:02 PM - Forum: Run Trail NewsFeed - No Replies

South African family restaurant and proud sponsor, Spur Steak Ranches welcomes all athletes and supporters to PUMA’s School of Speed athletics series this summer. Spur Steak Ranches Sponsor PUMA School of Speed Athletics Series Known for their great value and generous portions Spur Steak Ranches will award over R4000’s worth of vouchers to select winning [...]

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  ITU Statement regarding Mr. Henri Schoeman
Posted by: DMG-network - 24-01-2018, 03:32 PM - Forum: Sports Feed - No Replies

Following the investigation opened by ITU and the IOC over the publication on some media outlets of allegations involving Henri Schoeman and an Adverse Analytical Finding (AAF) that would have occurred during the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, all parties involved want to declare that the case was not considered to be any Anti-Doping rule violation. [...]

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  Usain Bolt to visit Ruimsig school
Posted by: DMG-network - 23-01-2018, 04:14 AM - Forum: Run Trail NewsFeed - No Replies

The World’s Fastest Man Usain Bolt is heading for Gauteng to inspire high school athletes at the PUMA School of Speed on Monday 29 January 2018. “PUMA is thrilled that Usain Bolt is going to attend our School of Speed athletics meet where the country’s talented young sprinters will get to see the Olympic legend [...]

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  Radical socio-economic transformation in 2018
Posted by: Newsroom - 02-01-2018, 12:02 PM - Forum: SA and World News - No Replies

President Jacob Zuma has reaffirmed government's commitment to radical socio-economic transformation in 2018.

In his New Year message, the President said the programme of radical socio-economic transformation will be the main focus of government in the year 2018 and it will inform the delivery of government’s programmes.

In the past President Zuma has defined radical socio-economic transformation as a fundamental change in the structure, systems, institutions and patterns of ownership, management and control of the economy in favour of all South Africans, especially the poor, the majority of whom are African and female.

“Through our Industrial Policy Action Plan and other programmes, South Africa will continue to promote investments particularly in key strategic sectors such as energy, manufacturing, transport, telecommunications, water, tourism, the oceans economy, mining and agriculture,” the President said in his message to the nation.

Government will also continue to lay a firm foundation for greater growth through the infrastructure rollout programme.

He called on South Africans to put in an extra effort to reignite the economy and promote growth and also to make it inclusive and beneficial to all.

South Africa’s economic front was turbulent in 2017, which saw the country emerging from the technical recession.

Despite the economic challenges, the country still made inroads in fighting poverty, inequality and unemployment.

“Despite serious challenges on the economic front, together we made substantial progress in providing basic services such as electricity, housing, roads, water and sanitation, health care, social grants as well as accessible education.”

These inroads will continue in the New Year with the government targeting the improvement of the quality of life especially the poor and the working class.

Government will also intensify investment in education in 2018. Already government has announced that it is expanding access to free education for children from poor households.

More than nine million children attend no-fee schools, which represents at least 80 percent of state schools.

Government has also announced the provision of free higher education for young people at universities and colleges who come from poor households earlier this month. “The intervention must be the beginning of a skills revolution in our country, in pursuit of the radical socio-economic transformation programme.”

President Zuma said government will continue to eliminate mud schools and inappropriate school structures, replacing them with state-of-the-art buildings, especially in rural areas and other neglected communities.

He called on South Africans to work harder to build a caring society in 2018 and eradicate crime, drugs and substance abuse as well as violence against women and children in communities.

“Let us work together to build a truly united, non-racial, non-sexist, democratic and prosperous South Africa,” the President added.

Government has dedicated the year 2018 to the late former President Nelson Mandela who would have turned 100 years old on 18 July had he lived. – SAnews.gov.za

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  ITU approves competition rules changes
Posted by: DMG-network - 14-12-2017, 07:16 PM - Forum: Sports Feed - No Replies

The International Triathlon Union Executive Board, met in Edmonton, has approved some significant changes in the competition rules for the 2018 season. The changes, which include withdrawals, penalties, quotas, qualifications and paratriathlon rules updates, will be applied from January 10, 2018. ITU approves changes on the competition rules for 2018 “Our Technical Committee along with [...]

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