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The stories of the season … so far

Halfway through the season is a good time to review the ups, downs, surprises and the predictable

Weekend 101: Bitch please

Updates on Syria, Israel, e-tolls, Bobby Motaung, and Khanyi Mbau - everything you need to be in the know this weekend.

Bobby Motaung case linked to ANC feuds

ANC sources claim the fraud charges brought against Bobby Motaung are largely politically motivated because he is a Jacob Zuma supporter.

Editorial: Towards curbing the provincial rot

With Bobby Motaung in court, the Hawks may now begin to unravel the tangle of corruption that has made Mpumalanga a byword for gangster politics.

Safa accused of risking players

Kaizer Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung says Bafana Bafana practice games are a "no-no" for South Africa's players.

Musona’s Bundesliga deal at ‘advanced stage’

Knowledge Musona may be wearing his Kaizer Chiefs shirt for the last time this week after an impressive trial at Bundesliga club Hoffenheim.

Chiefs dump SuperSport out of Cup

Kaizer Chiefs' faith in coach Vladimir Vermezovic this season has been justified after Amakhosi defeated SuperSport United 2-1 in the Nedbank Cup.

Chiefs have faith in Vermezovic

Kaizer Chiefs have given their Serbian born coach Vladimir Vermezovic, a big vote of confidence.

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