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Steve Hofmeyr sponsorship questioned

30 October 2014 14:11

Supermarket group Pick n Pay and car manufacturer Land Rover found themselves the subject of a war of words over whether they should be sponsoring an Afrikaans music festival at which Steve Hofmeyr will perform.

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His lips turned blue, and he took a deep breath.
Kelly Khumalo on Senzo Meyiwa dying in her arms