The 2014 Discovery #VitalitySummit – just a week away.

Written by The Editor on . Posted in Features, Special Interest

Last year I attended the Discovery Vitality Summit and had a terrific time.

I’m not a seminar person, but the quality of speakers and depth of insights gained made it a memorable experience, and this year’s summit promises to offer just as much value.

In Gauteng next Friday? Well if you are this is what you can look forward to.

TheBounce’s Weekend Preview – 24 July.

Written by The Editor on . Posted in Features, Rugby

Rugby takes centre stage this weekend as the SupeRugby semi-finals take place. SupeRugby is a bit like a long distance relationship, you do enough to keep it going, lose interest at times, but when it comes together, it comes together!

The Proteas are also back in action against the Sri Lankans, so let’s get into what this weekend holds.

England look to sign Dinesh Chandimal and others in their Test transfer window.

Written by Stanley Attire on . Posted in Cricket, Features

Tough times for English cricket right now. After suffering a crushing defeat at Lords to the Indians, many are calling for players and members of the management to be ousted.

With Matt Prior now out of the team, the wicket-keeper batsman role is a concern for English management. Stanley Attire has more on this story as England look to bolster their ranks.

Outrage grows as Capetonians seek to put an end to the Tim Noakes diet.

Written by Stanley Attire on . Posted in Features, Special Interest

2014 has been a year of many things. Negative press for FIFA. Acts of savagery by and towards sports stars, and horrific ‘not so accidental’ tragedies in the religious areas.

But the most heinous of all has been the Tim Noakes’ diet that has plunged scores of Capetonians into a state of upheaval. Our mostly unreliable roving reporter, Stanley Attire has more on the development of this.