I'm sure you're feeling it this week.
The surge of optimism flowing through our veins.
First, we won the Rugby World Cup on Saturday, 2 November, with South Africa beating England 32:12.
Second, the most popular South African Facebook group, #ImStaying, has grown to over 862,000 proud members.
Third Moody's decided not to downgrade South Africa to Junk.
But the fourth one, is o... ››› more
It's finals time!
The 2019 Rugby World Cup is almost at an end but there are still two opportunities for us to profit!
Third and fourth place will be decided on Friday between the defending champions and Wales.
While South Africa look to take on England on Saturday, in what will be considered the most important game of the tournament.
Will South Africa stun the world and li... ››› more
Last week Thursday, I gave you my predictions for the quarter final of the Rugby World Cup.
And lo and behold…
I got 7 out of the 8 correct, that's an 87.5% win rate!
My emails have been flooding with request after request after request… for my Semi Final predictions.
So without further ado, let's get stared….
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From the 20 teams that started in the rugby world cup, only eight remain.
We've seen some great upsets, from the likes of Japan and Uruguay and some poor performances from Russia and the USA.
However, all the remaining sides cannot be ignored as we go in to the quarter finals.
That's why today I want to give you my predictions for the upcoming knockout encounters this weekend!
Let... ››› more
A couple of people have been emailing and texting me non-stop about the odds during the rugby world cup.
Here's one saying:
“They're terrible! - how do you expect to make any money from these odds?”
And he has a good point.
Just look at these two games:
France vs USA and New Zealand vs Canada
From the odds you can see that a bet on France to beat the U... ››› more
Last week Thursday I gave you guys my round 1 picks for the Rugby World Cup.
• Japan to win
• Australia to win
• France to win
• New Zealand to win
• Italy to win
• Ireland to win
• England to win
• Wales to win
And if you'd taken each one of my predictions, you would have walked away with an 8 out of 8 winning streak.
I have been receiving a number of emails fr... ››› more
Now is the time to get excited about the Rugby World Cup in Japan.
It's been four years since the world last clashed on the rugby field and with the introduction of new countries taking part, this year's Rugby World Cup could be a nail-biter.
That's why today I want to break down each team to its very core, identify their squads while answering one important question…
Who will win ro... ››› more
I'm not a big rugby fan. However, when it comes to the World Cup. I watch every South African game. I'm a patriotic South African. I feel that it's important to support our sports teams when we're playing in such important international games.
I get really worked up when the team wins and fails. I end up shouting, jumping and clutching the couch pillows out frustration and anxiety. And I know I... ››› more
The rand has continued its volatile path, but has found some stability well below R14 to the dollar after trading through the key level earlier in the week.
So what's going on with the rand? And what could the future hold for the currency?
Let's take a closer look…
The rand’s had a roller coaster week
This morning, the rand weakened slightly before the release “of a slew of Ch... ››› more
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