Category archives for: Rugby

Learners empowered to thrive in 4th industrial revolution

Springbok Lood De Jager and Women’s Sevens Rugby player Chané Stadler
learning to code with girls from the Emdeni Secondary School in Soweto

by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – TECHNOLOGY firm, Dell, has partnered with the South African Rugby Union (SARU) to empower learners with the expertise to succeed in today’s data and information technology-driven economy. This is in the form of the Boks for Books initiatives, which has been launched at Dell’s  solar learning lab in […]

Blockchain technology tipped to revolutionise SA sport

SA sport

by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – ALREADY revolutionising the financial sector, blockchain technology is set to unlock the real value of South African sport, in the process breaking a world record. This is according to a group of innovative South Africans who are making the most of this technology to build the largest decentralised […]

MTN Springboks Calling supports Boks Fridays 

L-R Mapula Bodibe; Executive for Consumer Business at MTN SA & Jurie Roux, Chief Executive Officer of SA Rugby IMAGE GIFT NDOLWANE

by GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – MTN South Africa, the official sponsor of the national rugby team, has launched an initiative that will reward a lucky fan with an opportunity to travel with the team around the world. The individual, who will be handpicked, will get a once-in-a-lifetime chance to follow the journey of the […]

SA Rugby welcomes choice as World Cup host

SA Rugby

By SPORTS REPORTER JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) -SOUTH Africa will deliver a “Triple Win” Rugby World Cup in 2023, SA Rugby Chief Executive Officer, Jurie Roux, said on Tuesday after World Rugby Council announced the country was the preferred candidate. South Africa was named in preference to fellow bidders France and Ireland as the candidate best able to fulfil […]

Rugby World Cup to boost South African economy

Rugby World Cup 2023

By TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – HOSTING the Rugby World Cup in 2023 will bring R27,3 billion (over US$2 billion) to South Africa’s economy, according to an economic impact assessment commissioned by SA Rugby. According to the assessment by Grant Thornton, the tournament would 38 600 temporary and permanent jobs. Other highlights from the […]

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