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This from iol.co.za:

IOL tree Couple 38Cape Town – Meet Cape Town’s very own Tarzan and Jane.

Every night this loving couple tuck themselves into bed in a tree which they have called home for more than a year.

Bernard Daniels, 41, and his girlfriend Yolanda Solomons, 31, survived two cold winters and even Valhalla Park’s gang violence in their tree-storey home.

Their home gives a whole new meaning to living in a leafy suburb and having roots in the community.

The two moved into the tree after they were evicted by their landlord. The couple say they were unable to pay the rent and lived on the streets for a few months.

“We didn’t have a place to stay after we were put out,” Daniels told the Daily Voice.

Full story here:

http://www.iol.co.za/news/back-page/meet-cape-couple-who-live-in-a-tree-1.1893205#.VbxXtvOqqko

This from soccerladuma.co.za:

SuperSport United striker Bradley Grobler was allegedly robbed by a SAPS officer on Thursday morning in Woodmead, Johannesburg.

The 27-year-old striker was on his way to a training session when he says that he was pulled over by an officer and had cash, shoes and jackets taken from him.

Grobler has alerted the Siya crew to what transpired, warning other players of the incident.

He said, “I was pulled up by a police officer in the morning on the way to training and when he approached me, he accused me of selling drugs. I told him that I am a sportsman and I would never do such a thing.

“He told me to get out the car and took my keys, wallet and phone from me. He then checked my (phone’s) camera to see if I was recording him.

Full story here:

http://www.soccerladuma.co.za/news/articles/categories/south-africa/bradley-grobler-was-robbed-an-saps-officer/214695

Ajax Cape Town have become aware of fraudulent activity in the form of individuals falsely purporting to represent the club. The objective of such false representation to apparently facilitate young football talent to join the Ajax Cape Town Youth Academy in exchange for a fee.

The club has reported the fraudulent activity to the South African Police Service, and are currently in the process of compiling evidence to assist the SAPS to find the perpetrators. Victims of this scam as far as the North West Province, has already reported the fraud to their local SAPS branch.

Please be advised that these criminals are operating under the aliases of Mr Tony Wills and Arjer Rodregars and also operate under ‘Tony Soccer School’.

Ajax Cape Town would like to encourage anyone who is contacted by the abovementioned persons to immediately report the matter to their local SAPS branch. Under no circumstances should any monies be paid to these individuals.

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