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Weekend News!

What a week! But we survived the heat…and it’s going to continue to be a nice hot weekend!

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Friday
20 January
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26 Few morning showers(30%) with a moderate south-easterly wind
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Saturday
21 January
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28 Partly cloudy with a strong south-easterly wind
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Sunday
22 January
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SPORT

Cricket news:

The Proteas will face Sri Lanka for the 4th One Day Game in Kimberley on Friday, January 20th as well as the 5th and final One Day game that will take place in the Bidvest Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg on Sunday, January 22nd.

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AB a Proud Captain – Posted by: CSA on Wednesday, 18 January 2012

AB de Villiers has lauded his troops after their series clinching four-run (D/L) victory over Sri Lanka in the third Sunfoil ODI at Chevrolet Park in Bloemfontein on Tuesday evening. This is de Villiers' maiden series win as the Proteas captain, an achievement characterised by the experimentation in the batting order, adaptability to the diverse conditions and spectacular contributions in the field. "I'm really proud of the boys for winning the series," said de Villiers. "We took it one game at a time and we played some really good cricket over the last week. I would like to think that we are going to keep playing this type of cricket for the next two games and take it off to New Zealand...The selectors' visionary planning has given the Proteas' brains trust the leverage to try out certain combinations and players in the pool of identified players, ahead of a busy year in the limited overs arena. "We showed a lot of maturity, there are a lot of young guys that have come in and they showed a lot of experience and maturity in the way that they have played. I'm proud of the guys, we didn't expect that (3-nil) but I'm very happy with the performances."

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The focus for the Proteas is still on a 5-nil series sweep as the series moves to Kimberley and Johannesburg for the final two matches. A clean sweep would be the ideal confidence boost for the One-Day outfit, who will have achieved an outstanding result, without some regular big names in the line-up.

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"The focus for us is on the next game. 4-nil is the first goal, we will take it one step at a time and try to focus and to make sure we play the basics really well. It's important to start from step one and to take it through from then on. "We go to Kimberley, those are new conditions and once again we will assess the wickets and go from there. 4-nil would be great and then we'll look at Wanderers from there."

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Notes: Practice Information in Kimberley and Johannesburg

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The Proteas will have a practice session at the De Beers Diamond Oval on Thursday January 19 from 09h30 until 12h30. Gary Kirsten will hold a press conference after the practice at approximately 12h30. Leading members of the South African cricket team will show their support for the International Cricket Council (ICC)'s Think Wise partnership on Thursday 19 January when they will meet children orphaned and made vulnerable by AIDS. This will take place from 12h00 until 13h00 at the De Beers Diamond Oval.

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The squad will travel to Johannesburg for the final Sunfoil ODI on Saturday January 21. There will be no practice on Saturday, however there will be a media opportunity at the team hotel at a venue and time to be confirmed.

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http://www.cricket.co.za/Default.aspx

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Entertainment

Menopause the Musical
Touch, Meno (pause), hot flush!

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This hilarious comedy musical which pokes fun at menopause and the wacky behavior it produces will be on show at Theatre on the Bay from Friday 20th January to Saturday the 18th February.

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Set in Bloomingdale`s department store, where four women with seemingly nothing in common but a black lace bra and memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more! This joyful musical parody set to 26 classic baby-boomer songs from “Puff, My God I`m Draggin” to the disco favourite “Stayin Awake, Stayin Awake” will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles.

Tickets: R120p/p R240p/p

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The show is on Fridays, Saturdays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays at 8.15pm | Saturday has two shows; 3pm and 8:15pm

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Have a great Weekend!


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