Kwese Sport to bring back ESPN to Africa – The New Times

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Elgin Ridge, a biodynamic pioneer in South Africa’s Elgin region

Elgin Ridge winery from the air Brian and Marion Smith are biodynamic pioneers in the Elgin Valley. I visited them for a look around the vineyards with vineyard manager Taurai Matunbwa, and then a tasting with winemaker Koysie van de Merwe. I really like what’s going on here, and in particular the Pinot Noir and sparkling are very interesting. The Sauvignon is made in a more complex and interesting style than most in South Africa, which sometimes counts against it in competitions, but it’s an interesting drink. Brina Smith, vineyard manager Taurai Matunbwa and Marion Smith, Elgin Ridge For the Sauvignon Blanc, whch is the bulk of production, the 2016 vintage was a warm one, but the wines showed good retention of acidity. The cool weather in February…

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Fans sue FUFA for denying them entry into Namboole for Uganda-Comoros match – NTV Uganda

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Zambia FA told by President Lungu to appoint local coach – BBC Sport

Ethiopia-Djibouti electric railway line opens – BBC News

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South Africa recall scrumhalf Van Zyl – Reuters Africa