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Habana joins 50-try club as Boks blitz Samoa

Bryan Habana became the sixth man to score 50 Test tries as South Africa romped to a 56-23 victory over Samoa at Loftus on Saturday.

Samoa Air defends pay-as-you-weigh policy

The airline says its world-first plan to charge passengers by their weight rather than per seat is the fairest way to fly.

Harley the hero scores winning try in his debut for Scotland

Robert Harley ended years of waiting for his big break when he came off the bench to score the winning try for Scotland in a Test against Samoa.

Let’s skip Friday: Samoa decides it’s time for a change

Samoa is poised to leap into the future this week, losing Friday completely as it switches timezones to be closer to its major trading partners.

Fuimaono Sapolu avoids ban for Twitter outburts

Samoa centre Eliota Fuimaono Sapolu was given a six-month suspended ban from rugby after accusing a World Cup Welsh referee of racism and bias.

Fans condemn IRB’s ‘double standards’

Fans clamoured have condemned the leniency of Rugby World Cup organisers toward England after fining Samoa for wearing the wrong mouthguard.

Boks battle to victory over Samoa

The Springboks managed a scrappy 13-5 victory over Samoa in their final group game of the Rugby World Cup, carrying them through to the quarterfinals.

300-pound Samoans give Boks pause for thought

Bryan Habana is convinced the Springboks have a team capable of retaining the World Cup but the winger is expecting a physical battle against Samoa.

Boks focus on Samoa’s scrum

The Springboks will have to be on high alert on Friday as Samoa's scrums have become a legitimate weapon after their impressive show against Fiji.

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Police respond to rural water protests with bullets

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Basic income grant on the cards as Covid-19 threat intensifies

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Young professional gets a career boost from PSETA

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