Articles Posted on February 29th, 2012

  • Chisora banned

    Chisora banned

    DERECK CHISORA was hit with an indefinite ban by the World Boxing Council last night for his Munich madness. The British bad-boy brawled with David Haye at a Press conference and slapped Vitali Klitschko during the weigh-in before their heavyweight title clash. In handing out the ban AND a heavy fine WBC chiefs slammed Chisora [...]

  • Dad convicted of raping daughter

    Dad convicted of raping daughter

    A Tzaneen man was jailed for life on Tuesday for the rape of his 13-year-old daughter, Limpopo police said. The Tzaneen Regional Court sentenced Tshepiso Peter Malapane after he was convicted of the rape, said Lt-Col Mohale Ramatseba. He said the assault, which happened last December, took place when the girl’s mother was not at [...]

  • End+Racism

    Woman says ‘whites only’ lodge spurned her

    WHAT was supposed to be a birthday getaway with friends to a Mpumalanga lodge turned into a racial row when a Johannesburg woman was told her booking would be cancelled because she is black. Siphokazi Nonyongo had made an Internet booking to go and stay at the Lion’s Head Lodge and Caravan Park in White [...]

  • Accident victim foot still stuck in mortuary

    Accident victim foot still stuck in mortuary

    RELATIVES of the man whose foot was found in Ilanda suburb early this month are allegedly refusing to claim it from the United Bulawayo Hospitals (UBH) mortuary before the man who allegedly killed him “clearly explains what happened.” The foot is still at the United Bulawayo Hospitals mortuary, although its owner, a victim of a [...]

  • Millions face SABC blackout

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    Millions face SABC blackout

    MILLIONS of Zimbabweans will lose free access to South African TV channels by mid-May after a court closed a signal loophole that had also been exploited by half a dozen other regional countries. South African TV signal carrier, Sentech, was last week found by the Johannesburg High Court to be “wrongful, negligent and in breach” [...]