July 21, 2017

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Girls, success and class are not sexually transmitted!

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Yazi the world is coming to an end mara! Mhm, your Queen thought she’d let this one pass, but aikona… much as I make it my business to mind my own business, some things are just worth mentioning even if it’s kancani nje. So where do I start? Mmm, let me see. Ok, so we witnessed one of those good weekends in the City of Roses. A weekend of stingy BEE blokes who can’t ‘afford’ to buy their nyatsis decent weaves. Imagine, someone wearing a weave for nine months like it’s a pregnancy. Iyo, sies maan. You see, this is…

Cheetahs wary of Crusaders threat

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Coach is aware of the mammoth task awaiting the Cheetahs, and says his charges will have to be at their best if they are to avoid defeat. Rugby supporters were treated to a massive spectacle when the Crusaders ruthlessly crushed the Stormers with a convincing 57-24 hammering at Churchill last Saturday. This absolute dominance has, as a result, instilled fear not only among Cheetahs supporters but also the coach who has called on his troops to be on top of their game against Crusaders tomorrow. The Cheetahs go into the match after an earlier 24-14 loss to the Bulls and…

Trying times for FS teams

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Free State Stars and Celtic coaches attribute their current situations to failure to go for the jugular in matches they should have won Free State Stars and Bloemfontein Celtic find themselves sitting on the edge of their seats as the 2016/2-17 Premier Soccer League season draws closer to an end with only six games remaining for both teams. It is therefore not surprising that the teams’ coaches have described their precarious positions as ‘a state of emergency’, after what is arguably one of the most unpredictable PSL seasons which has seen the so-called big teams struggling for form and results….