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Sunday Sun

Sunday Sun 7/12/2020

Sunday Sun is an exciting Sunday tabloid filled with entertainment and lots of celebrity news.

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Country:
South Africa
Language:
English
Publisher:
Media 24 Ltd
Frequency:
Back issues only
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in this issue

1 min
kia’s little workhorse

THE Picanto Runner has landed in Mzansi, and at a nice price. It’s a small panel van that offers practicality for small businesses. The Picanto Runner ditches the rear seat bench to create a flat loading area. For those feeling naughty, the ditched rear seat offers more space for fooling around. Sturdy metal cargo dividers are added to keep cargo in place while in transit. The rear windows are laminated to keep whatever load is being transported secure and also out of sight. According to KIA, the Picanto Runner offers 820L of practical space, with a payload of up to 350kg. The KIA Picanto offers a perfect base for such a vehicle in terms of styling, excellent fuel efficiency, low maintenance costs and higher levels of driver comfort and safety. The little Korean…

2 min
lions of the north grateful to the psl

HIGHLANDS PARK co-director Brad Kaftel said the PSL had done so much for clubs to keep their books in order, and clubs that want the league to foot the bill for COVID-19 tests are unreasonable. Kaftel maintains that clubs should be able to pay the tests without minimum fuss because they have not been spending any money, other than paying salaries, in the last three to four months. He said during this period, which both Absa Premiership and GladAfrica Championship were suspended due to the deadly virus in mid-March, clubs were able to save and that money should be used to pay for the tests. Maritzburg United chairman Farook Kadodia and Cape Town City’s John Comitis said it was too expensive for them to pay the regular testing bills when there’s nothing extra…

1 min
always put your trust in the lord god

PASTOR Thomas Mamburu has appealed to people to invest in a good life, as this will enable them to forgo current pleasures for later rewards. Preaching at the Christ Family Centre in Madombidzha outside Makhado, Limpopo, Mamburu said life doesn’t have guarantees. Said the pastor: “Today, you’re happy, tomorrow in pain. And if we pay attention, there’re people who were once wealthy but things changed for them. “They became reluctant as life was so smooth. This is a wake-up call.” Mamburu read from the book of Ecc 9-10, that says whatever your hand found to do, do it with all your might. For there’s no work, nor plan, nor knowledge, nor wisdom in the grave where you’re going. “God gave all of us time and purpose, it’s up to us how we use it.” He also…

2 min
no end in sight in sascoc election saga

THE elections drama at the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) has taken a new twist. Sascoc’s ongoing elections battle is like a game of chess. It’s all about making your best move as candidates are acquiring the services of the best lawyers in the country to fight each other. Suspended Sascoc acting President Barry Hendricks was cleared of conspiracy through arbitration this week. This means Tennis SA (TSA) board member Ntambi Ravele is ineligible to contest the election, but if her wishes to run for office are not granted, she will take Sascoc to the cleaners. The Sascoc elections were supposed to be held on 30 March, but the fights, dirty tricks, public spats, back-stabbing and investigations have stalled the whole process. Ravele will take Sascoc to the highest court in the…

3 min
sport shorts

• VIDEO Assistant Referees (VAR) should not show the “wrong idea of solidarity” by appearing to protect officials who make mistakes on the pitch, the head of Fifa’s Referees’ Committee has said. Speaking at the World Football Summit, Italian Pierluigi Collina also stressed the importance of on-field referees using pitchside monitors during games to review decisions. “Another thing to be considered (is) a sort of the wrong idea of solidarity,” Collina said. Former World Cup referee Collina (60) said wrong decisions taken in important games can “really kill a referee’s career”. • FC MIDTJYLLAND scored three second-half goals as they came from behind to beat title rivals FC Copenhagen 3-1 and be crowned champions of Denmark’s Superliga in front of 4 800 fans on Thursday, almost a year after the season kicked off. Anders Dreyer…

1 min
this week’s reviews

THIS album couldn’t have come at a better time. Zoë gives us healing music at a time when it is needed the most. Her album is calming and has the perfect songs to make a person feel better. The singer, who was part of the singing competition, The Voice South Africa in 2016, gives us an Afro-folk, Afro-soul album this time around. Her debut album, Yellow: The Novel was a jazz album and it’s refreshing that she can change genres and still sound amazing. In this album, Zoë is literally telling a story. She opens the album with Kwasukasukela, which is an opening line when you’re going to tell a fairytale (inganekwane). And, she closes it with Cos Cos Yaphela, which is a closing line after telling a story. Other tracks to look out for include Impilo,…