November 22, 2017

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Sometimes it can be tough being a groupie

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I swear to the almighty this weather can really ruin one’s plans. Nevertheless, moi still found a way to go out there and see what the City of Cold had in store for me. Mahungra was the first stop and there was Mpho K showing off his car that happens not to be his. Boy, you better not even think of playing games with me because you know I know your story and I know you’re nothing but a broke cheapskate . The last I heard your Jet Store account hadn’t been paid for millions of years; and yet you…

It’s not only about Letsoaka – Stars boss

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The former Bafana Bafana assistant coach managed to save Ea Lla Koto from the dreaded relegation axe, following a tough half-season with the team Free State Stars general manager Rantsi Mokoena has denied reports that Stars head coach Serame Letsoaka will be relieved of his duties following the Premier Soccer League outfit’s dismal performance in the just ended 2016/2017 season. Speaking to The Weekly in Bethlehem this week, Mokoena said: “It’s not only the coach but the entire team that will be going under review and, once we’re done with that process, we will make an announcement.” Mokoena said he…

Mamabolo and Moshiywa aiming for second Comrades titles

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Ludwick Mamabolo and Claude Moshiywa, both of Nedbank Running Club, will both be attempting to win their second Comrades title when they compete in the annual Comrades Marathon on Sunday, which will be run from the City Hall in Durban to Scottsville Race Course in Pietermaritzburg. If Mamabolo is the first to cross the finish line in Pietermaritzburg, he will make local running history. It will be the first time a black South African athlete manages to win the up and down race within five years. Every year the route between Pietermaritzburg and Durban is reversed, hence the terms “up”…