INDABA NEWSâ€˘NUUS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2011
More boxing matches expected NCEBA DLADLA
This assurance was made by Boxing South Africa (BSA) Nelson Mandela Bay Provincial Manager Mthunzi Mapitiza, following a successful boxing tournament that took place at the Sizakele Khonzi Community Hall in KwaNobuhle in Uitenhage last week. â€œAndile Siqwepu has applied for another date to promote whilst we are hoping for two more other development promoters to complete their bills soon. But the major tournament will be Gladys Tseneneâ€™s SA title fight in November,â€? said Mapitiza, adding that the Wells Estate female boxing promoter was finalising the bill â€œotherwise she has already signed both the champion and challenger for the national title fight.â€?
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Birds of a feather...Local Boxing Promoters GlaÂ dys â€œNofortyâ€? Tsenene (left) and Andile Siqwepu enjoyed watching the fight at the Sizakele Khonzi Hall together. The duo are set to work together to promote metro boxers to achieve stardom. Photo: Nceba Dladla
Former SARU Club manager, Xhanti Lamani (middle), his son Angelo and EC Sports Council President, Khusta Magada, were glued to the boxing action. Photo: Nceba Dladla
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