More carnage was recorded on South African roads this week, when 20 people were injured in a motorvehicle accident on the R40 in Nelspruit on Wednesday.
Ahead of this weekend’s Telkom Knockout semi-final against SuperSport United, Orlando Pirates midfielder Mpho Makola has revealed how the club’s 6-1 defeat to Matsatsantsa acts as motivation to the team.
Matsatsantsa have been quite active during the transfer season with Stuart Baxter having added the likes of Keegan Ritchie, Cole Alexander, Reneilwe Letsholonyane, Reyaad Pieterse, Onismor Bhasera, Thabo Mnyamane, Thabo Makhele, Anthony Gordinho, Teboho Mokoena and Thabani Mthembu in a bid to compete for all honours in the new season.
The match schedule for the tournament was also announced that will include, for the first time, a match played at Twickenham Stadium on October 8 between Argentina and the defending champions, Australia.
Victor Zwane of Solid Groundz Musiq earlier this month voiced his disappointment with hip hop star Emtee, when he didn’t honour a commitment to play a show he was reportedly paid more than R20 000 for.
According to Daily Sun, event organiser Victor Zwane of Solid Groundz Musiq claims he organised a performance by Emtee, DJ City Lyts, B3nchMarQ and Miss Pru for Sunday afternoon, but they didn’t show up.
Seriously injured patients were treated with advanced life support interventions.
An employee at the hotel AKA was booked into, confirmed that he did pitch on Saturday. The employee, according to the report, added that the rapper looked high on drugs.
One person was killed and five others injured when two cars collided on the R40 Hilltop just outside Nelspruit earlier on Friday.
The body of a cyclist was found on the side of the road in Bethlehem with no visible injuries on Sunday night, while another cyclist was severed in half after he collided with a vehicle and went through the windshield. ER24 paramedics responded to an incident on Kaalaagte Road, Bethlehem, where they found a cyclist…