India need 340 runs to win in Cape Town!
India could be creating history if they win, will they?
difficult...very difficult...supposingly India bats very positively and score 280 runs in 70 overs...still southafricans can bowl in leg side for rest 20 overs..it would depend on one man as far as fast scoring goes...shewag who has not batted well in the series...he can make difference or else India would play for draw...
Three hours of Sehwag batting could swing the match in favor of India.
by Tessa Schlesinger 20 months ago
http://hubpages.com/travel/Cape-Town-Pu … -and-taxisSo relocating back to Cape Town after a 30 year absence, it was a whole new ball game. I found the public transport system difficult to negotiate and Cape Town websites don't provide any information. So, in the end, I went to the officials,...
by Cathy Madson 3 years ago
What is a "Must-See" in Cape Town, South Africa?My husband and I are travelling to South Africa for our honeymoon and have 5 days in Cape Town. What are the best things to do? What do we absolutely HAVE to go see or do?
by John Binns 4 years ago
Do you have contact details for suppliers of soursop? I am based in Cape Town, South Africa
by Cindy Vine 9 years ago
Woo Hoo, have been offline for a while while traveling, but am back! Heaps of stuff to do, but will try and catch up on hubs and leave comments later today! Missed you guys! You can read up about our adventures home http://cindy-vine.blogspot.com/
by Grimm-Preacher 6 years ago
HiSaw you studied at the Chef's Academy in Cape Town. Wondering what is the best Chef school in SA?I'm 31 years old and want to study at a Culinary school in SA but have a difficult time choosing the right one. I was looking for something around a 1 year course since I'm 31 and want to start asap....
by skmsports 9 years ago
First qualifying rounds are over. Following teams are now through to the super eight battle.Which Country will win the world cup?1. India2. Pakistan3. South Africa4. West Indies5. Sri Lanka6. Newzealands7. England8. Ireland
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