PIETERMARITZBURG – Eight-time World Marathon Champ and Jeep Team paddler, Hank McGregor, accentuated his racing class with a sixth back-to-back win,and the overall series title in the FNB Surfski Series in Durban on 14th February 2017.
Following the Bestmed Phil Liggett Tribute Tour in December, two of South Africa’s premier road cycling stage races will be honouring the legendary British cycling commentator by naming their winners’ trophies after him.
FNB NMMU-Madibaz skipper Kevin Kaba is banking on his team’s “never-say-die” attitude to help them overcome a tough period after two successive losses in the FNB Varsity Cup rugby competition.
The new professional team of Pieter Seyffert and Travis Walker claimed their fifth stage victory as the TransCape mountain bike race paid tribute to former British road champion Sharon Laws, who was diagnosed with cervical cancer late last year.
The South African Reward Association (SARA) welcomes the Binding General Rulings 40 and 41 issued by the South African Revenue Service (“SARS”) on 10 February 2017, confirming that non-executive director’s remuneration is not subject to employees’ tax withholding, that non-executive directors are allowed to deduct expenses incurred in the production of income, as well as that non-executive directors must register for VAT where they meet the VAT registration requirements.
Talented University of Johannesburg soccer star Katlego Ntsabeleng dreams of becoming a professional player, but is equally determined to secure his future with a varsity education.
The Ellsworth-ASG outfit of Pieter Seyffert and Travis Walker finished off the TransCape mountain bike race in style by claiming victory on the final stage to cement their overall triumph today.
FNB NMMU-Madibaz coach David Maidza wants his team to execute their game plan more efficiently when they run out in Pretoria on Monday to tackle University of Pretoria in their FNB Varsity Cup rugby game.
Having signed up a new-look outfit of elite riders, Team Bestmed-ASG will be focused on making a major impact on the South African cycling scene this year.
Belgian Eddy Feliers celebrated his 49th birthday in style as he and teammate Kristof de Neys took the stage win on the fifth day of the TransCape mountain bike race between Swellendam and Greyton today.