Bafana went the entirety of 2016 without losing a game.There have been youth sides and ‘B’ teams that have turned out for Bafana since the first win over Angola, however, it is the squad that beat Guinea-Bissau and faces Angola tomorrow that has excited people the most.The ANC knew nothing about the decision as it was a government matter, he told reporters at a briefing about the ANC’s national executive committee meeting.Earlier, the Presidency said both Gordhan and his deputy Mcebisi Jonas had been instructed to return from an investor roadshow trip to London, Boston and New York. The move fuelled speculation that Zuma was preparing to reshuffle his Cabinet.Owen da Gama’s troops beat the African Wild Dogs 3-1 thanks to goals from Kermit Erasmus, Percy Tau and Andile Jali, making it 16 games without a defeat as they bettered the record set between 19 by the eventual Africa Cup of Nations champions.
“We call on our officials to respect the rights of patients and to remember the oath that they made with us‚” said Kganyago.
Around for 33 years, the band will showcase some new songs and many of their old standards “which people know and love” like Special Star, Dance Some More or Moments Away, when they take to the stage next week, still very much themselves, said Leyden.
Billed as the CTIJF Free Community Concert which in the past attracted some 13 600 fans, the rest of Wednesday’s line-up includes R‘n B USA band En Vogue, Mozambican reedman Moreira Chonguica, esp Young Legends winner Vu Du, SACTWU talent winner Danielle Jacobs and the developmental All Star Band.
We know the number of accidents that take place on our roads this time of the year and Distruction Boyz being one of the most influential entertainment personalities saw it as their responsibility to remind South Africans of the consequences of drunk driving.“Thanks so much for your continued support, we highly appreciate each and everyone of you.
We know that you will be going out to have fun dancing to our music but please do not drink and drive, always wear a seat belt and get a sober driver. Jazz fans can expect to hear Johnston’s voice at the “best she has ever sounded” as it has “improved with her confidence and her experience through the years and her range has increased with it, which is fantastic”, he said.