September 25, 2017

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Middle finger to y’all messed up DJs

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Was I seeing things or what? Kannete hake tsebe; I suspect the cocktails I was sipping were playing with my mind and eyes *we girls and our pink drinks* Can’t blame a girl when she’s always surrounded by all those yummy hunks *ho monate ho ba nna neh* Oh lord of the friskies help a sister before her hormones screw me over. Moi noticed that Bloem DJs are finally putting their act together and I for one am excited because the game is no longer one sided. Or should I say the dice are no longer loaded. So, Mahungra it…

lfred Nevhutanda

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The National Lotteries Commision (NLC) has urged communities to organise themselves into formalised groups and approach the organisation for assistance. The Weekly’s Martin Makoni recently spoke to NLC chairperson Alfred Nevhutanda to get a clearer understanding of who qualifies for the support and how the funding is organised. Makoni also asked Nevhutanda who was the key-speaker at the launch of the newly built R28 million student hostel at Sediti Secondary School and how he viewed the way education is funded in the country and what should be done to improve it. Excerpts: Sediti School has received brand new boarding facilities…

Another player leaves Cheetahs den

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Prinsloo’s departure is a huge blow to the Bloemfontein based side which continues to have a dark-cloud lingering over its head amid uncertainty over their Super Rugby future The Free State Cheetahs’ counter-productive tradition of losing key players to more financially solid franchises has continued, with the recent departure of influential forward, Boom Prinsloo, for Blue Bulls. Prinsloo joined the Pretoria based side after the Cheetahs released the former Springbok Sevens player from his contract. “After his great service to the Cheetahs, the Free State Cheetahs has decided to release Prinsloo from his contract to pursue new opportunities,” the Cheetahs…