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For more than 170 years, Old Mutual has contributed to social development in South Africa by investing in local initiatives such as sporting events, education, arts and culture. The knowledge and experience gained from partnering with community groups and organisations on some of South Africa’s leading events has resulted in wisdom, and wisdom shared inspires others to do great things.


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July 13, 2012   |  Golf
Tiger Woods overtook Jack Nicklaus in second place on the all-time PGA Tour winners list when he captured the AT&T National tournament at the Congressional Country Club on Sunday. The former world No 1 claimed the 74th PGA Tour event of his career when he shot a final round of two-under-par 69 to finish at eight-under 276, two strokes clear of the field. "It feels fantastic. It feels great to……
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June 25, 2012   |  Golf
The Sunshine Tour announced an exciting new playing opportunity for their members with the launch of the ISPS Handa South African Matchplay Championship to be played at Zwartkop Country Club in Centurion from October 29 to November 4. A matchplay tournament has been absent from South Africa's major golf tour for about 25 years and Sunshine Tour executive director Selwyn Nathan said he was delighted to reintroduce the head-to-head golfing……
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April 8, 2012
Muzhingi gets double as Thys says he will break five hours for Comrades! Stephen Muzhingi became only the second runner ever to win both the Old Mutual Two Oceans marathon and Comrades marathon when he crashed across the finish line in three hours, eight minutes and eight seconds. The Zimbabwean who is a triple Comrades victor finished fifth in 2011 but the previous day warned contenders that he would improve……
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March 17, 2012
William Makwalakwale won the Old Mutual Om Die Dam 50km in 2 hours 51 minutes and 5 seconds leaving over 6,000 runners strung out around the dam in his wake. Heavy mist and cool weather greeted the massive field as they headed across the dam wall with the contenders coming to the fore on the Kommando Nek climb. By half way the leaders had been whittled to a quartet of……
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February 27, 2012
Nedbank’s Zingisile Marikeni won the Old Mutual Buffs Marathon in East London in a time of 2 hours, 28 minutes and 6 seconds. Marikeni stayed to the rear of the large lead bus that pulled away from the field shortly after the gun. “I had been told that there were some visiting runners, so I stayed at the back to let them run their races,” said Marikeni whose preparation for……
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