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Varsity Cup: Update of team scores

Varsity Cup updates

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The week was filled with victories, defeats and anticipated glory for the teams.

FNB shimlas Young Guns gain victory over FNB Wits Young Guns, finishing the match with 46-12 on Monday.

FNB UKZN outplayed FNB Rhodes 50-10 in Durban in the opening match of the FNB varsity shield tournament.

The UP-Tuks was not even close to a win as FNB Maties Young Guns securing comfortable 47-16 win in Pretoria, on Monday afternoon.

In Bloemfontein, FNB UJ  YG earned their glory with final score of 45 to 17 of FNB CUT YG. Although being penalised regularly for ill-discipline, UJ proved that the scoring of tries would be sufficient to earn them a victory. 

FNB WSU won against FNB UFH securing a score of 37-22 in front of their home crowd in Alice on Monday to win the Eastern Cape derby.

FNB Madibaz showed their dominance in Port Elizabeth with a satisfactory 38-21 win against the FNB CPUT to open their Varsity Shield account.

The crowd at the Wits Rugby stadium were treated to an amazing game that left visitors the FNB Shimlas secure a late 33-26 victory over FNB Wits team.

FNB NWU’s  first home game of the season proved to be great one as they were able to seal the score with a 37-21 victory against FNB UWC on Monday.

The FNB CUT Ixias scored their first ever win over FNB UJ in Bloemfontein sealing their final score at 27-26.

FNB Maties stands strong beating the FNB UP- Tuks to a score of 26-24, In their Round three FNB Varsity Cup clash at the Tuks Rugby stadium on Monday evening.


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Innovation summit 2019: “From Africa to the world”

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The Department of Science and Technology once again takes on Africa’s biggest tech start-up initiative, the 12th South African innovation summit, which is set to take place in Cape Town.

South Africa’s tech entrepreneurs and innovators will be part of the three day event which is aimed at nurturing, developing and showing competent innovations leading up to the 4th Industrial Revolution.

The 2019 innovation summit sees; 600 companies, 450 entrepreneurs, 150 investors participating in “accelerating innovation in South Africa and into the African continent as a whole”.

From the 11-13 September thought leaders, Tech entrepreneurs, leading academics and researchers are prepared to showcase and share their experiences in moving Africa forward and growing the African economy.

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Varsity sports football results since kick-off

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4 rounds to go until, one team claims the victory. We have experienced 5 rounds of varsity diski, and top of the football log is TUT with 10 points, making a two points difference between TUT and the teams which are in second and third place on the log.

Following on the football log in second place is the NMU which sits with 8 points together with UFS.

UWC, UJ and the UP follow each other on the log, after 5 rounds of football they all sit with a score of 7, followed by CUT with the score of 6 and UKZN with just 2 points making it last on the log.

Round 6 of football is set to take place on the 29th this week.

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National Lottery Commission aims to get more involved in 4IR

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The National Lottery Commission (NLC) has over the years contributed towards social upliftment and this year it celebrates 20 years of it’s contribution towards funding charities, Uplifting Society 
Through The Arts and  Sport and Recreation.

Taking that the world is constantly changing, and with this development has to always take place to fit the needs of citizens and that of the country.

Through it’s contributions, the NLC also takes into consideration the technological revolution and looks to contribute more towards development leading up to the Fourth industrial revolution.

” People within the Technology need to come together to ensure that the NCL contributes leading up to the 4IR.
We willing to put together proposals.
We look forward to projects that have the youth, women and people living with disabilities”, said Thabang Charlotte Mampane, Commissioner of the National Lotteries Board.

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