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Mata Hari

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About Mata Hari

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  • Birthday 10/09/1966

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    Platteland
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    Formula One, Dakar, Volvo Ocean Race, TdF, then some good rugby, cricket, tennis, swimming....

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  1. 4 Nation International Rugby

    Well at least the Boks don't get to lose this weekend...we can braai in peace...
  2. Gupta Wedding - For the beancounters

    "I talk to the trees but they don't listen to me" is one of my favourite songs ;)
  3. Ping Vlag & Supersupporter

    n Boer maak n plan ;)
  4. 4 Nation International Rugby

    Rugby Championship Louw confirms he’s on standby for Bok duty http://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/RugbyChampionship/louw-confirms-hes-on-standby-for-bok-duty-20170919 Cape Town - Veteran flank Francois Louw could be called into the Springbok squad ahead of their two home Rugby Championship Tests against Australia and New Zealand. The Springboks’ loose forward stocks have been depleted with injuries to Warren Whiteley, Duane Vermeulen and most recently, Jaco Kriel. The Boks missed Kriel’s prowess at the breakdown during last weekend horror 57-0 loss to the All Blacks and coach Allister Coetzee is under pressure to make changes. The addition of England-based Louw is a possibility. "The fetching role is quite crucial, we will be looking at what we have back home and if we don’t have, certainly we will be looking at players who have been part of this squad last year and who were part of the team at the beginning of the year, for example Francois Louw and so on. Yes we will have a look at those type of players,” Coetzee told supersport.com after his side arrived back in South Africa on Monday. Louw, meanwhile, feels "strong and fit" and has been in good form for Bath in the Aviva Premiership. In an interview with the Bath Chronicle Louw said: "I am on standby (for South Africa). Whether or not they decide to use me, obviously there's been a couple of injuries, but I think they've got enough good men there to do a good job. "I'm obviously torn, as I've always been, whether I'm playing there or playing here (Bath). It's a huge honour to play for your country. Any player who has represented their country can tell you that, but this is my club and a team I'm obviously very passionate about.” Louw underwent shoulder surgery in May and was therefore unavailable for the Tests against France in June. The 32-year-old boasts 52 Test caps, with his last appearance coming against New Zealand in Durban last year, a match the Boks lost 57-15.
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  6. 4 Nation International Rugby

    F8*k the Rugby ticket, just be on that plane. Draad will find us a Bok Park
  7. 4 Nation International Rugby

    If it's not locked i think you can change
  8. Ping Barry

    I was in our joint last week. Family funeral. Had dejavu of 30 years ago I'm still trying to get over all the emotions. Our communal 'lekker blyplek' has turned into a big shithole of note. Mixed races squatters camp mixed with plain just broken down deterioration/neglect. Most of the city center they say is Nigeria and Ethiopia but that isn't a surprise we even have them in my local dorpie. I imagine many people feel a disappointment when they return to their home town after so long away - the deterioration is so plain to see it's very sad. Newspaper headlines "Can we save this city" etc etc. Never say never, but hopefully I only get to return to greet some remaining family and a few friends. Went to visit someone in the old age home in Burger street? Down Retief str way? Lovely old age flats for sure and at what I would assume a decent price. But it's like Auschwitz all barricaded with barbed wire. I had to phone the old man to come let me in the gate. He hadn't seen me in 30 years and knew me instantly. They change the locks every evening on all the gates at 9pm LOL cos they know some old aged give their keys to the maids so this keeps some of the skelms away in the evenings. Scottsville is just pure the other team, all the beautiful Varsity digs' houses are not so beautiful anymore, I didn't see one fellow on our team at that Uni .... One good thing about my visit (besides the actual visit to the old people) - they still have some amazingly beautiful Red brick Victorian buildings in that city. Some are cared for, others not, but those that were, still took my breath away. I have yet to see such in other SA towns.
  9. 4 Nation International Rugby

    Gaan jy jou kaartjie koop? :
  10. 4 Nation International Rugby

    I love your optimism..I mean delusion...
  11. 4 Nation International Rugby

    Never say never, but I'm more in the Hawk's corner this weekend.....
  12. 4 Nation International Rugby

    So what do you believe are our chances this Sat versus the Kiwis? Close, not so close...?
  13. FUNNIES

    Oh well the boobs make up for the lack of brains
  14. Aussie is going down the tubes..

    Think UCT have adopted a formal policy where the students are no longer referred to as he/she but ze....came out about a month or 2 ago...not to offend any transgender who hasn't figured out what ze they are yet....
  15. SAA

    Doesn't handle flights across borders yet does it? See they busy with a moerse big upgrade - I think it's to handle all domestic and/or International flights in not too far distance? And then they'll have to add Gautrain link as well....?
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