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The late Koketso Takalo, Moeketsi Nthete and Mojalefa Mphuti © Backpagepix

Funeral details for Polokwane City stars



The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has released the funeral details of the four Polokwane City FC players who tragically lost their lives during a road accident this past Sunday.

All four players will be buried this weekend. The PSL will send a strong delegation to all the funerals. The delegation includes the PSL Life President, Dr Leepile Taunyane, Prof Ronnie Schloss, Acting CEO, Cambridge Mokanyane, Dynamos FC Chairman Pat Malabela, African Warriors FC Chairman Jabu Khumalo, GM of Football Derek Blanckensee and Head of Stakeholder Relations Connie Motshumi amongst others.

The PSL, together with Polokwane City FC, will cover costs for all the funerals.

The funeral details are as follows:

1. Koketso Takalo
Date : 17 November 2012, Saturday
Time : 07h00
Venue : House No: 102, Mohlakeng Street, Madiba Park, Seshego, Polokwane

2. Mojalefa Mphuti
Date : 17 November 2012, Saturday
Time : 10h00
Venue : Deneysville, Refengkgotso Location, Reitz, Free State

3. Moeketsi Nthete
Date : 17 November 2012, Saturday
Time : 08h00
Venue : 390 Lethlabile Block C, Brits

4. Silvester Mpaketsane:
Date: 18 November 2012, Sunday
Time : 07h00
Venue : Seelane Village, Next to Monyamane Primary School, Driekop, Burgersfort, Limpopo



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