May 28, 2017

Eymael to appeal PSL ruling

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The 57-year-old Belgian football manager is going to appeal the PSL verdict as he looks to continue his tenure with the outfit from Bloemfontein Bloemfontein Celtic coach Luc Eymael has vowed to appeal against the PSL’s Dispute Resolution Chamber’s order to return to former club Polokwane City after it ruled against him on Tuesday this week. Eymael left City last month ago after he reportedly fell out with the club’s management over the overall running of the team. However, following a complaint lodged by Rise and Shine soon afterwards, the DRC has ruled that the coach left City unlawfully and…

Cheetahs snatch Kings’ Mapimpi

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The Toyota Cheetahs have beefed up their squad with the acquisition of Border’s former speedy Mdantsane-born fly half Makazole Mapimpi after the player caught the eye of the Free State franchise with his sparkling displays for the Kings. Mapimpi, 26, is currently on loan at the Port Elizabeth franchise and was expected to return to the Bulldogs at the end of the Super Rugby season. But he has signed with the Cheetahs until the end of next year. Speaking to The Weekly Mapimpi said he was thrilled at joining the Cheetahs. “I’m very excited to have joined the Cheetahs. They…

Henk Meintjes

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Leading financial services group Liberty recently reported that at least 24 percent of the claims on life policies recorded in the Free State last year were to cancer, the highest proportion in the country. Liberty also reported that there was a marked increase in musculoskeletal diseases and disorders also recorded. This refers to injuries or pain to the joints, ligaments, muscles, nerves, tendons, and structures that support limbs, neck and back. Also in the country’s central region in the Northern Cape, the highest cause of claims was cardiac and cardiovascular, while the most unfortunate cause for claims was suicides among…