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PAIA, 2000 (Act 2 of 2000) 

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Be safe in the water

MUNICIPAL swimming pools opened on Spring Day, with free swimming lessons at selected pools and a water safety campaign launched for the season.
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Boks are sent on their way

NELSON Mandela Square was wall-to-wall green and gold, with South African flags waving, as tens of thousands of people turned up to wish the Springboks luck in the World Cup.
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Farewell to the Boks

GET behind our boys by turning up to wish them luck as we wave them goodbye. Spring Day will be green and gold in Sandton.
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Time for a swim

SWIMMING and water safety lessons will be offered at all Joburg’s municipal pools, which open on Spring Day, thanks to Swimming South Africa and other partners.
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Banyana ready for Ethiopia

ORLANDO Stadium will again hear the roar of the soccer crowd when Banyana Banyana take on Ethiopia in the Olympic qualifiers on Saturday.
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Fans get behind the Boks

GET out your house and down to a Bok Town for all the match action – the Springbok World Cup matches will be broadcast live at Township TV sites.
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Golf school opens in Zola

THE first golfing facility at a Soweto school has opened at Kwadedangendlale High School in Zola, where students will be able to master the green.
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A touch of luxury at polo

THE Inanda Polo Academy made full use of their home ground advantage, winning the Inanda Africa Cup against Team Green Machines, supported by Joburg’s glitterati.
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Enjoy the good polo life

DIVOTS, chukkas, champagne and ponies – it’s time for the second Inanda Africa Cup Tournament, where teams from up north take on the locals.
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Fun day for walkers

STREETS were lined with supportive residents and the air was filled with a good-natured buzz when tens of thousands of people walked through Joburg’s northern suburbs.
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Ready, steady … walk

MORE than 50 000 people will be strolling through Joburg’s leafy green suburbs on Sunday, for the eleventh Discovery 702 Walk the Talk. The event is one of the city’s most popular outings.
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Football again unites Joburg

THE beautiful game united locals and the many migrants who have found a home in the city of gold. Orlando Pirates took on Harare Dynamos in the Ubuntu Derby.
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Soccer match to unite Joburg

THE Bucs take on Zimbabwe’s Dynamos in the friendly Ubuntu Derby on Saturday, all in the name of tolerance and community building.
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Still time to walk the talk

THERE are fewer than 5 000 places left in this year’s Discovery 702 Walk the Talk, and people are encouraged to hurry their entries in before they lose out.
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Soccer stars in the making

THE South African Soccer Legends have formed a team of promising young football players in Soweto. They practise and compete at the University of Johannesburg’s facilities.
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World Cup anniversary celebrated

IT’LL be Football Friday all over again as the City gathers with its residents to celebrate the first anniversary of the start of the football World Cup.
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Pirates show off league title

JOBURG turned black and white to celebrate the victorious Buccaneers, makers of history and some sterling goals in the PSL season.
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Festival rocks the Cradle

THE ancient pathways of the Cradle of Humankind saw a different kind of action, with mountain bike challenges adding to the festival calendar.
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Dlamini keeps Jozi flag flying

JOBURG’S profile was raised when the City manager did himself and the City proud in the MTN SuperSport Shootout. Even the president stopped by for a visit.
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Time to walk the talk

GET those entries in for the annual Discovery 702 Walk the Talk. A limit has been set on participant numbers, and it’s filling fast.
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