Daily Archives: March 3, 2020

50 caps up for Banyana Banyana’s Andile Dlamini

Mamelodi Sundowns and Banyana Banyana goalkeeper Andle Dlamini will achieve an important milestone in her football career on Sunday, 8 March 2020 when the South African Senior Women's National Team takes on

CAF General Secretary tenders resignation

CAF General Secretary Mouad Hajji today tendered in his resignation letter to CAF President Ahmad Ahmad, who has accepted his resignation. At the request of the CAF President, the Emergency Committee will

Football stakeholders agree further steps in the reform of the transfer system

In a meeting held in Zurich recently (27 February 2020), the FIFA Football Stakeholders Committee took further steps to reform the transfer system with the establishment of a new system for training

Football stakeholders agree further steps in the reform of the transfer system

In a meeting held in Zurich recently (27 February 2020), the FIFA Football Stakeholders Committee took further steps to reform the transfer system with the establishment of a new system for training

South African police evict migrant squatters from Cape Town’s busy square

Cape Town, South African police forcibly removed hundreds of migrants who had been squatting for four months on a busy Cape Town square popular with tourists.The eviction ended months of tension between

Bus crash kills 25 in South Africa: minister

JOHANNESBURG, Twenty-five people died Monday when a bus rolled down an embankment in South Africa's coastal Eastern Cape province, the country's transport minister said.Reports indicate that the driver lost control of the

Bus crash kills 25 in South Africa: minister

JOHANNESBURG, Twenty-five people died Monday when a bus rolled down an embankment in South Africa's coastal Eastern Cape province, the country's transport minister said.Reports indicate that the driver lost control of the

Unisan shaping African Pentecostalism

Prof Solomon Kgatle of Unisa's Christian Spirituality, Church History and Missiology Department clinched a VisionKeepers Programme (VKP) scholarship to explore current trends of global Pentecostalism. As the only recipient of a 2018

CHS unapologetically African

Unisa's College of Human Sciences (CHS) is a goldmine of opportunity, said its Executive Dean (ED), Prof Kgomotso Masemola, when he opened the first College Board for 2020. He was addressing CHS

News: 660 arrested in KZN crime blitz

DURBAN The KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Khombinkosi Jula commended Clusters, Stations and various Units in the province after they embarked on a week-long operation aimed at eradicating serious and violent

Man to appear in court for possession of endangered species

KURUMAN- On Thursday, 27 February 2020, a 36-year-old man, Denzil Feris was arrested by Kimberley K9 Unit and Kuruman Stock Theft Unit and JTG Endangered Species Unit in Wrenchville at 21:00.He was

Suspect arrested for possession of illicit dagga

EASTERN CAPE - Members of the South African Police Service and the Detective Services are investigating a case of Possession of illicit dagga after a suspect (21) was arrested by members of