Second major refinery fire this year Engen said a fire burned at the refinery for about an hour and 35 minutes but didn't mention an explosion. The cause of the fire was under investigation, the company said. It was not immediately clear if there was any impact on the refinery's production. … [Read more...] about South Africa: Seven injured in Durban oil refinery explosion
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Smith and Cameron Bancroft, the fielder chosen to carry out the tampering, admitted to cheating after Bancroft was caught on television using a piece of sticky tape to rub dirt into the ball, then trying to hide the tape down his trousers when umpires suspected something was up. … [Read more...] about ‘A national day of shame’: How Australia reacted to Cameron Bancroft ball-tampering scandal… even Aussie PM wades in
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All winter England’s Test team had encouraged Archer to bowl as slowly as possible. He was given interminably long spells in New Zealand; in South Africa the new ball went to James Anderson and Stuart Broad; this summer he was downgraded to third or fourth seamer in the Test side and was last seen bowling into the wind at Southampton. England’s Test team were presented with a Porsche, and used it to take stuff to the recycling tip. … [Read more...] about England stage miraculous fight back in low-scoring thriller to down Australia and square the series