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Hungry Lions from Kimberley reached the Nedbank Cup Last 16 in the previous campaign. Picture: Philip Maeta / Gallo Images
Hungry Lions from Kimberley reached the Nedbank Cup Last 16 in the previous campaign. Picture: Philip Maeta / Gallo Images

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Some claim that Safa didn’t inform them of their exclusion from the Ke Yona competition, alleging that they only found out when the draw was conducted last week.

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