November 21, 2017

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A birthday party worth it

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Despite the chilly weather, Show D’s birthday party brought the City of Roses to a standstill as revellers headed to The Thou’ts for the celebration. Uninvited as we were, myself Easy E rocked up to see what the place had in store for us. Uncle Scotch so deserves a Bells lona! This man can dance, as for the callobo with Waxx DJ, that sh*t made my night. Loved every minute of it! Gosh! The birthday boy more than looked the part. Fresh everything, kere le jacket hleng bathong! Mare lona le bone haircut ya Show D, tjo, clearly the brother…

Cheetahs disintegrating after 8th loss

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Despite suffering its eighth consecutive loss of the season, Cheetahs coach Franco Smith maintains that his troops are far from being a bunch of losers following yet another humiliating thrashing at the hands of the Hurricane. Fans this past weekend took to social network twitter to voice their concern over the team’s unsatisfactory performance. Outsmarted, outplayed and just generally out of sorts, the Bloemfontein side have won just two out of the 12 fixtures this season, although Saturday was definitely one of the roughest. Heading into this match, Cheetahs fans were hopeful of a victory despite some analyst predicting a…

Stock appointed snooker boss

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Nelson ‘Da President DJ’ Stock has been appointed national development and transformation officer for snooker in South Africa. He will serve under a new structure called South African Confederation of Cue Sport (SACCS), a mother body to all cue sport games in the country which include; Black ball Pool, Snooker, Nine Ball, English and Chinese Eight ball and Coram. Stock’s appointment to lead transform in the sport which continues to see white players given preference over black players comes as a direct mandate from former Minister of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation, Fikile Mbalula. Mbalula at the time expressed concern…