Two players from the PSL club Baroka FC were dismissed following the allegations of late arrival at the club's Pre season camp.According to Club chairman Khurishi Mphahlele two his players Cheslyn Jampies and Jemondre Dickens have absconded at training without giving valid reasons. These two players are claiming that this dismissal is unfair considering the fact that they were three of them who couldn't report at training but two were dismissed and Nhlanhla Mgaga were not.Jampies said he has reported to his coach that his mother was sick and he never refused to report back at training.
JUST THINKING AND PONDERING WHERE ARE THE KILLERS OF MARIKANS? The very people who mowed down unarmed mine workers for doing that which was done by Dickens' Oliver Twist: Asking for more. These people were ready to kill, bringing along with them Black Marias to carry their deadly human loot. Those who sent them surely hate black people and have a mortal fear of whites, SADLY WHITE PEOPLE KNOW THAT. TODAY WHITE PEOPLE ARE RUNNING RIOT. THEY ARE SCARED OF NOTHING, NOT EVEN THE LAW AND ORDER ENFORCEMENT INSTRUMENTS,
A shocking research has stated that more South African parents are struggling to pay school fees for their children. Michelle Dickens, CEO of TPN Credit Bureau, said that while bad debt was an issue before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020, “this has been worsened by loss of or reduced income.
There is a lost tribe of religious believers who have suffered an ongoing identity crisis; I mean the category of believers who oppose this category and who accept the existence of the Creator God and yet refuse to worship him. You hate god. No, I'm not talking about atheists.
The latest Covid-19 level 4 lockdown limitations have dealt another blow to the embattled liquor, restaurant, leisure, and tourism industries, which are still reeling from the hard lockdown in the second quarter of 2020, restrictions in the second wave, and four alcohol bans. According to Michelle Dickens, chief executive officer of credit bureau TPN, many business owners in these sectors have not yet caught up on arrear rental payments and will continue to fall behind.