Monthly Archives: March 2018

Something is amiss at SAFA regions

Johannesburg – Three football officials have expressed concern about the state of affairs at their respective SA Football Association (SAFA) branches. … Collin Bosman, chairperson of the Sol Plaatje Local Football Association in Kimberley, Northern Cape, has demanded that the SAFA Frances Baard …

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Church begs for forgiveness as damning sex abuse claims surface

Archbishop Thabo Makgoba was responding to damning allegations of sexual assault of a former Anglican and award-winning South African author Ishtiyaq Shukri by priests at St Cyprian’s School in Kimberley, Northern Cape. Shukri’s best known work, The Silent Minaret, is about a South African

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Thanks for hosting us, Kimberley – SANDF Chief

SANDF chief thanks Kimberley South Africa’s top soldier, General Solly Shoke, this week said thank you to the people of the Northern Cape, particularly those in the provincial capital, for making the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) so welcome during Armed Forces Day and the events around it.

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Hospital to carry struggle icon’s name

… on Wednesday (28/02). According to her, the renaming is to retain the revolutionary connection Kimberley as a city has with the South African father of Pan Africanism. … for African people. I will never forget him, thus I commend the Northern Cape provincial department for allowing his legacy to live on.

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