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Cape TownLight Cloud3ºC/8ºC
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Port ElizabethLight Cloud17ºC/25ºC
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Tuesday, 26th March 2019

South Africa News Headlines | Total drills in world's fastest current in South African oil search
Total SAs discovery of South Africas first oil in deep water could prove to be a bonanza for a country lacking crude reserves of its own and prompt a rush from other majors. | Racist abuse overshadows five-star England in Montenegro
England continued their perfect start to Euro 2020 qualifying with a thrashing of Montenegro, but the win was overshadowed by allegations of racist abuse. | Anderson reaches 4th round in Miami
SA tennis star Kevin Anderson has reached the fourth round of the Miami Open after a straight-sets win over Portugal's Joao Sousa. | Ronaldo injured as Portugal held by Serbia
Captain Cristiano Ronaldo left the field with a thigh injury as Portugal drew 1-1 against Serbia in an Euro 2020 qualifier. | Prince calls out Proteas coach Gibson over Verreynne
Cape Cobras coach Ashwell Prince has called out Proteas coach Ottis Gibson, suggesting that he is not in touch with what is happening in domestic cricket. | Federer wary of Medvedev after Miami victory
Roger Federer admits he faces a real battle to land the 101st title of his career with the in-form Daniil Medvedev next up. | Apple shows off Apple TV+ video service, taking on Netflix
The service, called Apple Arcade, will be integrated into the App Store and will include more than 100 games exclusive to the service and Apples platform. | Naspers is bringing SoftBank-style mega-tech to Europe
Naspers' Dutch listing is a positive move for the tech sector, says Alex Webb. | Sifiso Skenjana: An SA education strategy for the fourth industrial revolution
If the skills required for industry are evolving, then education models and methods should evolve as well, says Sifiso Skenjana. | Inside Discoverys new bank
Discovery Bank hits the market this week with 50 000 people who have signed up requesting to become customers.