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South Africa Have Pledged To Settle The Battle Of The Egos On The Field In Saturday’s First Test Against The British And Irish Lions

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Head coach Warren Gatland believes the Lions hurt the Springboks’ pride with a dominant set-piece showing despite falling to a 17-13 loss to South Africa A.

Springboks assistant coach Mzwandile Stick rejected Gatland’s “mind games” ahead of Saturday’s Test series opener in Cape Town, but also vowed the hosts would prove their point in deed not word.

“From my side I won’t go deep on that one,” said Stick.

“We were happy as a Springbok team; if you look at the most important stat in the game, which is the final score. We won the game so I’m not too sure what it is that they dented.

“I’m not going to fall into that trick of playing the mind games, I’m not a mind games person. The game is going to be played between four lines.

“If Gatland is talking about the egos, he doesn’t really know much about us as South Africans.

“So I’m not going to go deep on that. Let’s wait and see after the game tomorrow.

“Hopefully we can give the people a good show of rugby.

“We now they are going to be tough, we know they are going to be physical.

“So once again, when it comes the ego, we’ll see the egos between the four lines.”

The Lions series will finally get under way on Saturday amid an increasingly tense off-field backdrop, with the tourists frustrated by South African Marius Jonker acting as Television Match Official (TMO).

Lions boss Gatland was understood to be furious when discovering Jonker’s role on Wednesday, after New Zealand’s Brendon Pickerill was forced to withdraw due to Covid-related travel trouble.

Forwards coach Robin McBryde revealed however that Saturday’s officials told the Lions of their confidence of neutral refereeing.

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Robin McBryde, pictured, has lifted the lid on the British and Irish Lions’ pre-match meeting with officials ahead of Saturday’s Test against South Africa (Steve Haag)

“We met the three officials who are officiating on the weekend,” said McBryde.

“We went through everything that’s happened to date.

“They were reluctant to pass any opinion on what’s happened.

“They’re aware of it and they’re confident in the comms they’ll have on the weekend that between the four of them, they’ll come to the right decision.

“The impression I got really was that they wanted to move on and that they trust in their own decisions and communications and the understanding between the three of them, so hopefully that will come to the fore on the weekend.”

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Zambians Cautioned Over August 12 Mistake, Prophet Says Edgar Lungu Will Be Remembered.

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A Zambian prophet Isaac Amata has said that time will come and Zambian will regret voting Edgar Chagwa Lungu out of government.

The message which is in writing prophet Amata said the full manifestation of what will be served on Zambians will be shown after three  months of Hakainde Hichilema’s reign.

“Say whatever you like! In Zambia a Saul is not a David and a David is never a Saul! Gradually already you have started seeing it with your EYES! After 3 months you will know finally,” said Amata.

According to Amata the people to remember Lungu first will be farmers and civil servants in various initiatives.

“Zambians will remember ECL! especially the farmers on fertilizer and civil servants on debt swap initiative,” he said.

The said man of God said continued that Lungu had started doing good things especially in civil servants and farmers in agricultural; sector but impatience is about top cost Zambians.

According to him God’s choice may not be the best but no one is smarter than God, ironically telling Zambians that what they did by voting Lungu out was not God’s decision hence they will carry the consequences.

“Mark my words, free education forget about it… God’s choice may not be the best but no one is smarter than God!…l have said it over and over again. ”There’s a consequence of putting man’s choice above God’s will!”

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3 ARRESTED OVER ABDUCTION OF TWO CHILDREN OF INDIAN ORIGIN

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ZAMBIA – Police in Lusaka have found two children of Indian origin who were reportedly abducted on Monday 13th September, 2021 in Lusaka by a maid and have in custody three suspects who are being interrogated for abduction.

Police have further recovered the motor vehicle which was reported stolen.

“The abducted children were found in Lusaka’s Kabanana Compound in a rented house believed to have been occupied on Monday, 13th September, 2021, the day the children were reported missing.

More information will be availed at an appropriate time,” Police spokesperson Esther Katongo has stated.

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Court orders wife to compensate husband K54 Million after she cheated on him with 13 men

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A Kuwaiti court has ordered a woman to pay KD20,000 (K54 million) in damages to her husband after she was found guilty of cheating on him with 13 men, a local media report said.

The husband had filed a damages lawsuit against the wife after finding out about her unfaithfulness by cheating on him with 13 men and exchanging “explicit” Snapchat messages, the online newspaper Media Court reported without giving further details.

The couple’s identities were not disclosed.

According to official figures, some 12,973 marriages were registered in Kuwait last year, mostly among Kuwaitis.

The figure included 418 foreign men who married Kuwaiti women.

Around 5,932 divorce cases were recorded in 2020, according to the same statistics.

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