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28 May 2015
5:53 pm

Tomorrow’s news today: FifaGate kicks off its second half and a kidnap drama 18 years in the making

FifaGate: Following the high profile arrests and detainments of Fifa officials across the globe, world football enters its third day of investigations and enquiries tomorrow. With EUFA appearing to threaten a boycott of Fifa’s upcoming elections, the world’s football body remains in a state of flux as South Africa refutes any involvement in pre 2010 […]

Issa Hayatou, CAF President and Sepp Blatter, suspended FIFA President. (©Gavin Barker/BackpagePix)

FifaGate:

Following the high profile arrests and detainments of Fifa officials across the globe, world football enters its third day of investigations and enquiries tomorrow. With EUFA appearing to threaten a boycott of Fifa’s upcoming elections, the world’s football body remains in a state of flux as South Africa refutes any involvement in pre 2010 corruption.

Terror gang gets life:

A Johannesburg terror gang is set to be given stiff life sentences for various crimes committed in recent years. The three, known as Thokoza Township’s “killer trio”, have been sentenced severely after showing “no remorse” in court.

Zephany Nurse:

The intriguing case of a kidnapping discovered 18 years after it occurred is set to return to court tomorrow as we cover the almost incomprehensible story of ‘Zephany Nurse’

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