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Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Keagan Dolly will move a step closer to completing his transfer to French Ligue 1 side Montpellier on Friday when he undergoes a medical examination at the club.
She needed a lift to the clinic 60km away. The bakkie driver was happy to help. It was nothing more than a routine transaction in the platteland.
The Hawks inquiry into State Security Minister David Mahlobo's alleged association with a suspected Chinese rhino poaching syndicate kingpin has ground to a halt.
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