September 25, 2017

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If the cap fits, wear it

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A little birdie tells me some pantypreneurs went ballistic after yours truly dished out some dirt on them, so much so that they decided to hurl unprintable words at one of my colleagues. Luckily he had the sanity to ignore them. Ache, really Miss Pearlie, darling I so don’t have words for you and your coke-snorting loose panty friends. But rest assured that if you push too hard, I might be tempted to inform hubby where you were on Saturday and Sunday and who you were with for that matter. How ‘bout that, huh? Did I just hear you singing…

Cheetahs to lose Petersen?

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Petersen is one of the more experienced players in the side, having toured with the Springboks on their year-end tour to Europe last year which saw him making his debut against the Barbarians. The Free State Cheetahs’ perennial tag of ‘feeder team’, which has seen them losing key players to bigger franchises over the years, looks set to continue with winger Sergeal Petersen reported to be on his way to team up with the Stormers. Robbie Fleck, Stormers coach on Friday confirmed interest in the player, stating that Pertersen would be a perfect fit in the team when it campaigns…

Mkhonto aims to make history at Comrades Marathon

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When it comes to the Comrades Marathon, there are few judges of potential and talent as good as John Hamlett. So, when he tells you a particular athlete is going to do well at the ultimate human race, you take notice and jot the name down in anticipation. Ahead of the 92nd edition of the famous KwaZulu-Natal ultra, Hamlett has mentioned Charles Mkhonto as a dark horse. “Watch out for Charles,” Hamlett’s face lights up. “He can easily be the next David Gatebe. The boy’s got talent and I think he is going to do very well this year.” The…