Admin uMarca liphepha le Madrid so they are just stirring a conflict nothing more. The one and only paper who said Ronaldo is the best forward in La Liga Last year till now :v
GABORONE – The Namibian government has tabled a new land ownership bill that seeks to bar foreigners from owning agricultural, commercial and communal lands. The Land Bill of 2016, tabled in Parliament by lands minister Utoni Nujoma on Friday, proposed a raft of amendments to the Agricultural Commercial Land Reform Act of 1995 and the Communal Land Reform Act of 2002. Nujoma said if passed without amendment, the bill would complement the expropriation laws gazetted by his ministry on 1 September, 2016 to compliment the willing-buyer, willing-seller clause which requires farmers to offer their land to government before considering other potential buyers. “It is envisaged that the process of expropriation would respond to the legal loopholes that were applied by some to circumvent the provisions of the Land Act, particularly Section 17, which vests in the state the preferential right to buy land,” Nujoma said. According to figures from the Ministry of Agriculture, 141 of the 281 foreigners who own prime land in Namibia are Germans. However, the bill does not propose to prevent foreigners from owning land in urban areas.
Thats Marca a Madrid based newspaper. Messi will NEVER leave Barca. He is nothing without Barcelona. He knows he will fail at another team
i think admin the movie gay can answer you Messi is priceless
I WILL PAY ANY MONEY FOR DIS MAN COS IS VERY PRODUCTIVE FOR THE TEAM
Mamelodi Sundowns are expected to don their prestigious star on their jersey in the upcoming Absa Premiership encounter against Kaizer Chiefs.
The champions of the continent are yet to add the symbol of their triumphant campaign in Africa to their bage, after being crowned 2016 CAF Champions League winners.
Now, the Siya crew has been informed that the Brazilians could be donning the Champions League star in their next Absa Premiership encounter against the Amakhosi on Sunday, 19 November at Loftus Versfeld Stadium.
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So far, Orlando Pirates are the only South African team to don the star on their jerseys, since winning the Champions League in 1995.
However, the Brazilians will now have their own star placed above the “The Sky Is The Limit” motto on their badge, indicating that the Tshwane giants have indeed gone far and beyond to bring continental glory back to Mzansi.
Now, it remains to be seen whether Pitso Mosimane’s side will show off the star against the giants of Soweto on Sunday, as the team look to get their Absa Premiership title-defending campaign back on track.
you said he is not keen on extending his contract and now you saying he is expensive for the club, which is correct???
Yes but he did the job
He deserves More than that
He's not expensive but priceless.