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15-Jan-2020 22:31

after u stepped down as captain the team started to breakdown. If we can release guys like mooki, mabedi nzama who played for KC for many years and did well. Go and find something baba, u where only here for football and u are no longer needed for that.

It doesn't matter who made the decision, bobby is a general manager and he had powers to sign and release Am always telling people about that "FUNERAL POULAR", HARARE CHIEFS is destroying careers and If Tau was on downs Camp, he was definatly going to be given another Job, EITHER an Office Job because He is an academic.

Down syndrome (DS) is the most common occurring chromosomal condition caused by an extra chromosome 21, with no predilection for race, […] The SABC is reviewing its 2004 Editorial Policy and is inviting all members of the public to attend public hearing sessions and make their voices heard.

The public hearings will be taking place on Monday, 21 August from to noon at the Siyabuswa Community Hall, on 22 August Sammy Marks City Library; on […] Johannesburg – Monday, 14 August 2017 -The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) Sport division is proud to announce the launch of The Ultimate Sport Show (TUSS) on Metro FM.

but im proud of you china, I remember you playing for Maritzburg city, whilst studying at the Natal Techinikon.

All the best bru this is so straight forward that Bobby sacked you boss,especially after the coach said he has plans for you.anyway go to swallows and i guarantee you game time and thats 1 team that i know that they wont betray you like u did to pirates and what chiefs did to you.

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On Friday, 20th October our country is asked to show solidarity with persons born with Down syndrome.

The decision to release the former Orlando Pirates man who had given eight loyal years of service at Chiefs was roundly criticised by the Amakhosi faithful, and last night he told Robert Marawa on that it all came as a massive surprise. It was very confusing.” Tau added: “What they have done to my career, not my life, hurt me, but I will survive it.