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    I am sure there are plenty black coaches who know more about batting than Kallis
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    Andre Joubert absolutely stunning.....He and Carel Dup made rugby worth watching...
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    Back when Rock used to ROCK!
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    Danie Gerber and Carel du Plessis EISH!
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    One for you Mata
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    From the Super Supporter Facebook page.............. Dear Dr. Ruth, I am a crack dealer in Kempton Park, Gauteng. I was recently diagnosed as a carrier of the HIV virus. My parents live in Hillbrow and one of my sisters, who lives in Benoni, is married to a transvestite. My father and mother were recently arrested for growing and selling marijuana. They are financially dependent on my other two sisters, who are prostitutes in Brakpan. I have two brothers; one is currently serving a non-parole life sentence at Leeukop Central Prison for the murder of a teenage boy in 1994. My other brother is currently in jail awaiting charges of sexual misconduct with his three children. I recently got engaged to marry a former prostitute who lives in Yeoville. She is now a part time "working girl". All things considered, my problem is this. I love my fiancé and look forward to bringing her into the family. I certainly want to be totally open and honest with her. Should I tell her about my cousin who is a South African cricket supporter?
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    Might have to put an advert in the Kingston Times in the West Indies.
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    Watch the girl in the black hat. She's got great rhythm, me on the other hand, I don't have a rhythmic bone in my body.
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    Sexy woman. Big 80's hair...
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    I wish I had the opportunity to follow Danie Gerbers career, I was young and not much of a Rugby fan when i was younger.
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    This was roughly 1976, 1977? I was 10-11 years old. My 1st Bonnie and until today my favourite Bonnie thanks Don. Hubbie also loves Bonnie but he likes the more noisy songs, so as long as he plays this one we live in peace together 😉
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    A song for the times
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    The only organisation that upholds that rule is FIFA.
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    The ICC is supposed to suspend test status of countries where the government of same interferes in the running of the cricket. Rarely happens despite places like Pakistan and Sri Lanka having obvious and continued government interference so SA should be fine
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    Daddy's boy...........
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    Up to more of his old (dirty) tricks. He should not be allowed on a rugby field.
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    BS at its highest level. https://www.sacricketmag.com/the-csa-circus-continues/?fbclid=IwAR1TTs2EeInxmHWPtDnahRNqAJ-l-hVZa4EFFO1hUsh5ooe5bw27XNjHZxM
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    What I hate, is his attitude afterwards is always "I'm so sorry for doing that. Please feel sorry for me. I'll never do it again."
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    If Saffer, Kiwi or any of the South Sea Island players done this there would be an uproar, because it is this tosser then it is soft words used by the media.
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    First time for me too Mata. Cool song
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    Looks like the medicine is going to kill the patient.
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    She sure didn't need major musical instrument input here.
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    Yep - the big Mig was doped to the eyeballs. Stop testing and let them do what they want - that is more likely to be an even playing field
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    The Afrikaans alternative,
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    He might be better served trying to sort out the organisational farce called CSA than all that reverse racism crap.
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    Don don't get me started with line dancing.
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    Would have been even more pissed if it was Boucher.
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    Pure speculation - I've often wondered how much money from corrupt deals gets siphoned into the ANC Party bank account.........(Mandela used to charge for having his photo taken but those funds were for his children fund).
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    Obviously if they (the officials of the US companies) behave like the Guptas they will be up for trouble somewhere but actually, no one gives a shit about our problems. As Dock says, despite our protestations at the waste and pillage of our monies - there are countries ahead or in the same boat. I think in fact US companies will be in trouble with our law should they not pay the required taxes. But that their officials don't go around behaving like Zuma and his and her cohorts....that would be more the issue I would think. No country can legally tell their companies to not pay taxes in another country. All they can do is then tell them to withdraw their business etc if they feel "morally obliged" to not contributing to corruption - and apartheid notwithstanding, few people battle to find the morals to withdraw from other countries I guess...would be way more economic reasons than 'moral' reasons...IMO
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    I would be surprised if that was true. There would be a few in the queue ahead of South Africa and non compliance with local tax laws wouldn't be a long term business proposition. I know that Australian companies and individuals can be charged locally if it can be proved that they acted in a corrupt manner in an overseas jurisdiction but I don't think it extends to gazetted income and other taxes. I am sure that we are no orphan with this type of law. Payments to corrupt government officials would be caught which may be nuanced position.
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    Brings back good memories.
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    it's feelgood muzak...................
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