Daily Archives: May 14, 2019

Notorious Nxarhuni serial rapist awaits his sentence today

KING WILLIAMS TOWN - The acting Director of Public Prosecutions has recommended a discretionary minimum sentence of life imprisonment for convicted Nxarhuni SERIAL RAPIST because of the grievous bodily harm the accused

Notorious Nxarhuni serial rapist awaits his sentence today

KING WILLIAMS TOWN - The acting Director of Public Prosecutions has recommended a discretionary minimum sentence of life imprisonment for convicted Nxarhuni SERIAL RAPIST because of the grievous bodily harm the accused

Football mourns passing away of Boya Chetty

The football fraternity is in mourning following the passing on of Boya Chetty, the former President and PRO of Port Elizabeth based side Shamroc FC.The decorated football administrator passed away on Tuesday

MYSAFA Player Registration system hits 250k mark

South Africa's official football player registration and competitions system, MYSAFA has passed the 250 000 registered player mark as amateur clubs continue making use of the FIFA approved system.Since it's ground-breaking launch

MYSAFA Player Registration system hits 250k mark

South Africa's official football player registration and competitions system, MYSAFA has passed the 250 000 registered player mark as amateur clubs continue making use of the FIFA approved system.Since it's ground-breaking launch

Six armed robbers arrested at Heuningvlei

NORTHERN CAPE - The police have arrested six business robbery suspects at Heuningvlei this morning. The six suspects allegedly committed robbery at a business premise after breaking the wall yesterday. The shop

Six armed robbers arrested at Heuningvlei

NORTHERN CAPE - The police have arrested six business robbery suspects at Heuningvlei this morning. The six suspects allegedly committed robbery at a business premise after breaking the wall yesterday. The shop

President Cyril Ramaphosa receives Letters of Credence, 15 May

President Cyril Ramaphosa will tomorrow, 15 May 2019, receive Letters of Credence from Ambassadors and High Commissioners-designate who have been designated by the governments of twelve (12) countries to serve in diplomatic

President Cyril Ramaphosa receives Letters of Credence, 15 May

President Cyril Ramaphosa will tomorrow, 15 May 2019, receive Letters of Credence from Ambassadors and High Commissioners-designate who have been designated by the governments of twelve (12) countries to serve in diplomatic