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In places like Ghana, where society is still overwhelmingly male-dominated, rugby is seen as a man's game. But Dawda wants to prove otherwise
The Springbok sevens team trounced New Zealand and beat Australia to win the second leg of the Sevens World Series, edging closer to the Olympics.
A withering burst of 24 unanswered points in five minutes set New Zealand up for a 24-7 win over Fiji in the IRB Sevens World Series on Saturday.
South Africa had won the final of the London Sevens while New Zealand celebrated winning a ninth International Rugby Board Sevens World Series title.
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Call for Expression of Interest: Training supply and needs assessment to support the energy transition in South Africa
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