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Relief for Shayandima Dynamos

Sport: 16 December 2018 By Frank Mavhungu

An affiliate of the MMK Administrators Soccer League, Shayandima Dynamos FC, have reason to rejoice. This follows the decision by the management of the Khuvutlu Water Consulting Roads and Services Company (KWCRS) to sponsor the team.

Arsenal hammer Real Hearts

Sport: 13 December 2018 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Spectators saw a feast of goals when Madombidzha Arsenal gave Midoroni Real Hearts a 4-0 drubbing in their Safa SAB MMK Administrators match at the packed Midoroni grounds on Sunday.

Baroka silence Pirates in the finals

Sport: 13 December 2018 By Kaizer Nengovhela

The Limpopo-based Baroka FC were crowned as the new champions of the prestigious Telkom Cup after beating Orlando Pirates 3-2 on penalties in the final at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday evening.

Tricky hurdle ahead for TTM

Sport: 07 December 2018 By Frank Mavhungu

After winning 3-0 against Ubuntu Cape Town in their Nedbank Cup qualification-round match at the Thohoyandou Stadium last Sunday, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) have a mountain to climb this weekend. They will travel to Nelspruit, where they will meet TS Sporting at the Kabokweni Stadium tomorrow afternoon.

Wounded Leopards ready to maul United

Sport: 07 December 2018 By Frank Mavhungu

A wounded leopard is very dangerous, and this is exactly what the dedicated fans of Black Leopards believe. After a break of about 10 days, the Absa Premiership League teams will be in action again next Tuesday and Wednesday, December 11 and 12.

Coach Masutha gets new job

Sport: 06 December 2018 By Kaizer Nengovhela

The former head coach of Black Leopards, Mr Joel Masutha, is the new coach of the Absa Premier League team Chippa United. He parted ways with Leopards about three weeks ago.

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Not so perfect break-in at Perfect Water

Video: 18 October 2018

On Sunday, 14 October at 23:05, two burglars broke into the Perfect Water shop at 33 Songozwi Street, Louis Trichardt. The shop is owned by Johan and Leana van Rooyen. Johan said that the burglars knew exactly what they were looking for and where to get it. While the alarm apparently did not register at the security company, it did go off at the shop, and the thieves, including one with a very distinctive tattoo, were caught on the shop’s closed-circuit television cameras.