Buccaneers out to continue fine form

Orlando Pirates will aim to continue their fine form when they take on Maritzburg United in an Absa Premiership match at Orlando Stadium Stadium on Saturday. Kick-off is at 8.15pm CAT. Pirates’ unbeaten run in the league was stretched to nine matches when they held champions Mamelodi Sundowns to a goalless away draw on 10... Continue Reading →

Fit-again Holebas ready for Watford’s Leicester clash

Watford defender Jose Holebas has recovered from a calf injury and is available for Saturday's Premier League trip to Leicester City, manager Javi Gracia said. Holebas missed last Saturday's 3-0 defeat by Liverpool after sustaining the injury in training a day before the match and was replaced in the squad by Adam Masina. "Jose is... Continue Reading →

Pentagon looks to exoskeletons to build super-soldiers

The U.S. Army is investing millions of dollars in experimental exoskeleton technology to make soldiers stronger and more resilient, in what experts say is part of a broader push into advanced gear to equip a new generation of "super-soldiers." The technology is being developed by Lockheed Martin Corp with a licence from Canada-based B-TEMIA, which... Continue Reading →

Phil Foden kept waiting for his big chance at Man City

Phil Foden must wonder what he has to do to earn a starting place at Manchester City and can only hope he will finally get a chance during their glut of December fixtures. Saturday's Premier League home meeting with Bournemouth is the first of nine games across three competitions that City will play during the... Continue Reading →

Liverpool face Everton test as Spurs play Arsenal on derby day

Liverpool face a derby clash against Everton as they lick their Champions League wounds while Tottenham travel to Arsenal with a spring in their step on a weekend of big-city derbies. Jurgen Klopp's team lost 2-1 to Paris Saint-Germain in midweek, meaning their bid to reach the knockout stages in Europe will go to the... Continue Reading →

De Gea contract at top of Mourinho’s Man Utd in-tray

Tying down David de Gea on a long-term deal is a top priority for Jose Mourinho as he juggles the urgent need to turn around Manchester United's fortunes with longer-term aims. The club have completed the formality of activating a contract extension for the Spaniard, who joined them in 2011 and has won the United... Continue Reading →

9 High-Tech Facial Tools to Up Your Beauty Game This Season

Palm-size computers and intelligent phones continue to transform lives in ways large and small—from morning commutes to sleep patterns. Of course, that extends to beauty routines, too, as a new wave of clever high-tech facial tools transforms our skin—no trip to the dermatologist’s office required. From a collagen-producing microneedling tool to a powerful bacteria-fighting light,... Continue Reading →

105-Ingredient Slow Cooker Recipes Anyone Could Make

Friends and family, gather round — I'd like to tell you all a magical tale. Once there was a woman named Nancy, who had very little time to make dinner (DO YOU RELATE?) So she bought a slow cooker in hopes that it would help. Nancy poured her heart into many a recipe, and found... Continue Reading →

Liverpool’s Robertson frustrated by Neymar ‘playacting’

Following Wednesday's 2-1 Champions League loss to Paris Saint Germain, Liverpool should have controlled their aggression better in the face of Brazilian Neymar's "playacting", defender Andy Robertson has said. The Parc des Princes contest was marked by a number of interruptions with last season's finalists Liverpool committing 20 fouls and picking up six yellow cards,... Continue Reading →

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