Picture Cred By: Soccerladuma Losing assets as well as property can be frustrating at times. And it does not only frustrates hence it stops all the progress a person may have in life. But only to focus on that large crises that had occured. Burning of property is a very big loss in life infact it is a huge set back.
You can take the boy out of the village but you cannot take the village out of the boy. So goes the refrain or something along those lines. This holds true to Rodney Ramagalela from Mamvuka Nhzelele in Venda. "I am someone who values family a lot and also my community.
Rodney Ramagalela, a goalscorer for Chippa United, suffered the astonishment of his daily existence when he received phone calls in the wee small hours of Tuesday morning informing him that his apartment had gone up in flames and had been on fire. In Mamvuka, Limpopo, Ramagalela's eight-room mansion with a double carport burned to the ground at approximately 04:30 a.m.
Chippa United striker Rodney Ramagalela said he was "seriously injured" in the news that his home in Mamvuka, Limpopo was burned down. "Of course, when you think about it, it's very painful because it takes time to build a house. " In a career like us, it's a mission in itself to start over.
In many areas of law, 21 serves as an age of adulthood. That is why in different races, parents give their children a key on their 21st birthday as a symbol of limitless doors they can open. Below are some actors , actresses, cast members on Muvhango (since 1997) who did not know their biological parents until they were adults , it can either be a mother or father or both. 1. Maumela Mahuwa Maumela Mahuwa is a south African actress, singer, preacher and a leader. She is well known for playing the role of Susan
According to FARpost, Chippa United striker Rodney Ramagalela got the shock of his life when he got the information in the early long periods of Tuesday morning to illuminate him that his home burst into flames and was consuming. According to FARpost,Ramagalela's eight-room house with a double garage burned around 04:30am in Mamvuka, Limpopo.
We all know the pain of losing something you cherish, for example most of us have experience the pain of losing our mobile phones at least once in our life, if you know the pain of losing your mobile phone, then just imagine losing everything you own.
The past two years have been very traumatic and mostly a setback for Chippa United forward Rodney Ramagalela. Barely in a space of three months in 2019 the tragic news of his mother and as well as his daughter's passings were announced. Currently as a veteran according to football standards, he has suffered a huge setback , losing his most priced asset his double storey mansion in Mamvuka, Limpopo.
The house of a Premier Soccer League star has burnt into ashes. Chippa United striker Rodney Ramagalela woke up with bad news on early hours of Tuesday. This comes after he was informed that his house caught fire and it was burning around 04:30am in Mamvuka, Limpopo.
Chippa United striker Rodney Ramagalela got the shock of his life when he received calls in the early hours of Tuesday morning to inform him that his house caught fire and was burning. Ramagalela’s eight-room house with a double garage burned down around 04:30am in Mamvuka, Limpopo.
Former Black Leopards striker Rodney Ramagalela got the shock of his life when he received calls in the early hours of Tuesday morning to inform him that his house caught fire and was burning. The Chippa United's 8 roomed house with a double garage got burned down around 04:30am in Mamvuka, Limpopo.
Fires in your house can be devastating to both your family and your property. To lessen the risk of your home catching fire, increase your fire readiness with these simple fire safety precautions.Photo: via Twitter There are a lot of things you need to do after your house burns down, such as finding a place to stay until you can rebuild another one, which is also expensive, it's a good idea to become familiar with your insurance policy and its coverage.
Maumela Mahuwa grew up in Mamvuka village, 38.5 km away from Lois Trichardt, in Limpopo province. She grew up with her elder brother and relatives as her mother disappeared sometime for five years without anyone knowing where she had gone. Staying with relatives was a kind of experience that contributed in making her the woman she is today. Sometimes she was left alone with nothing to eat in the house when they had gone to a vacation with their children. Before her elder brother died he had organized a meeting