South African MTBS Interschools Cheerleading Video Reaches over 5.8 Million Views

A video showing a South African School cheering on their team in a local Interschools athletics competition has now racked up almost 6 Million views and have been shared 108 Thousand times on Facebook. The video has also been shared on Reddit and has made international news headlines.       From Wikipedia: – MTBS is an annual interschools athletics competition (the largest in South Africa) held between four high schools located in Bellville, Western Cape. The competition is famous for the cheerleading by participating schools.    These schools are:…

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Things you must know when choosing Fitness Equipment

Hate the idea of waking up at dawn and surround yourself around by tens of sweaty people that are working out like Chris Hemsworth and you are just standing there, clueless regarding which equipment you should use and which one is the best fit for you? The retail shops are filled with rows and rows of fitness equipment including treadmill, rowing machines, elliptical machines, and the machines of which you don’t even know names of. How to get out of such confusion?   Most of the people join the gym…

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South Africa goes head to head with Japan in RWC 2019 Quarter Finals – Get to know the National Anthems

Rugby World Cup fever continues as qualifying teams move into the quarter finals. The Springboks take on Japan on Sunday 20 October at local South African time at 12:15 PM. Springbok Fans are you ready? Where will you be watching the game?   Ever wondered what the National Anthem of Japan means in English? Now you can find out… watch the video for the translation.   NATIONAL ANTHEM OF JAPAN – Kimigayo     NATIONAL ANTHEM OF SOUTH AFRICA – Nkosi sikelel iafrika     SATURDAY 19 OCTOBER 16:15 JAPAN…

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BiboxEurope Boosts Fiat Onboarding Options with Pound Sterling (GBP) Launch

The new currency offering allows the VQF-backed digital asset exchange to tap into new markets and solidifies its presence in Europe   Zurich, Switzerland – BiboxEurope, the AI-enhanced, encrypted digital asset exchange, has boosted its fiat onboarding capabilities with fiat-to-cryptocurrency trading of the pound sterling (GBP) with Bitcoin and Ethereum. Users are already able to trade with euros (EUR) after the exchange launched BTC/EUR and ETH/EUR in July amid a sustained phase of growth. The inclusion of GBP expands BiboxEurope’s footprint in the evolving European crypto landscape and widens its…

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Japan rise to No 7 in world rugby rankings after Scotland win (VIDEO Highlights) Springboks at No 5

Cape Town – Japan rose to a record high of No 7 in the official World Rugby rankings on Monday.   This follows their 28-21 win over Scotland in Yokohama on Sunday which saw them qualify for the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals for the first time. The Brave Blossoms climbed one spot above France and currently also sit higher than Scotland and Argentina in the rankings. Japan beat Scotland with a fantastic performance, setting the Rugby World Cup alight.   Watch the highlights below: –       Top 20…

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Springbok rugby supporters are embracing a new (and healthy) craze for RWC 2019

In a country known for its Braaivleis culture, South African rugby supporters are embracing a new surprising and a healthy way to support the Springboks.   Rugby fever is engulfing the country and a South African flag salad is now the perfect condiment for a traditional braai. How do you make a South African flag salad? This video and recipe explains….     We invite our SPRINGBOK supporters to send us pictures of their flag salads! There is sure to be many of these around the Braai next weekend as…

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Japanese rugby captain, Leith sends a warning to the Springboks

Yokohama – After a sleepless night replaying Japan’s historic Rugby World Cup victory over Scotland in his head, captain Michael Leitch has warned quarter-final opponents South Africa that lightning can strike twice.   The hosts won a cliffhanger 28-21 in Yokohama at the weekend to top Pool A and reach the knockout stage for the first time, exorcising the ghosts of 2015 when they toppled the Springboks and won two more games but failed to advance.   Japan’s talismanic skipper admitted Monday he was still a little dazed after such…

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How to make a SOUTH AFRICAN FLAG salad – The EASY way!

South Africans are very patriotic no matter where they find themselves in the world. A sporting nation indeed – South Africans are ardent supporters of the rugby, cricket and football amongst other sports… and of course, they LOVE A BRAAI!   Socialising and sharing a chop or two around the fire are high on the priority list! But of course, you can’t just consume meat at the braai… well of course you can, but braai is best with a bit of salad on the side. This salad is so easy,…

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Japan downs the Scots in an epic thriller setting up a showdown with the Springboks

Japan surprised friend and foe beating Scotland 28-21 and qualifying for the RWC 2019 quarterfinal.   Japan ended top of their pool and will now face the Springboks which is set to be another epic encounter..   Watch this space 🙂   Popular now: – BEST BRAAI TIPS – Best Marinades and the BEST Marinade recipe ever!   Please leave your questions and comments below:  

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Fans delighted a Japan vs Scotland RWC 2019 gets go-ahead

Tokyo – Rugby World Cup organisers gave the go-ahead for Japan’s crunch match against Scotland on Sunday despite the fall-out from Typhoon Hagibis, which swept through Japan causing widespread flooding and leaving at least 11 people dead.   The crucial game in Yokohama near Tokyo will determine the eighth and last quarter-final place and had been at the centre of an ugly war of words between organisers and Scotland who threatened to sue if it were cancelled. Officials gave the green light after inspecting the Yokohama pitch and stadium early…

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Angry War of Words Erupt between the teams as Scotland threatens World Rugby with legal action

Tokyo – An angry war of words between Japan and Scotland has injected an element of needle into Sunday’s typhoon-threatened Rugby World Cup clash in Yokohama.   Furious at threats of a formal Scottish protest if the crunch Pool A clash is cancelled, Japan coach Jamie Joseph felt the hosts had been disrespected, fuming that talk of legal action “undermined the achievements” of his side.   His opposite number, Gregor Townsend, hit back by saying he “had a good laugh” at the former All Black’s comments, which were made with…

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