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Sad News: RIP Alice Seipati Direko

By on April 2, 2009 in FanZone

On Sunday 29th March 2009, Alice Seipati Direko, a current Central University of Technology – Free State (CUT) player away in the morning. She will be buried on the 4th of April 2009 at her home town of Welkom. May her soul rest in peace.

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  1. kim says:

    You will always be with us and know that WE LOVE YOU.

    R.I.P My gal

  2. Theo says:

    My sincerely condolence to the family of Direko and also the CUT Basketball team,

    My soul rest in peace

  3. Lesego Molebatsi says:

    Rest in Peace baby girl.

  4. Victor says:

    Rest in peace Alice… ciao,V

  5. Tuki says:

    May her soul rest in peace, she will be greatly missed..

  6. Tumi Mantje says:

    deeply saddened! Terribly saddened…will miss your smile girl…rest in peace..Much love..

  7. I’m going to miss u my friend. Rest in peace SPOPO SEIPATI. I will always love u and miss your beatiful smile!

  8. may her soul rest in peace.

  9. neo says:

    May her soul rest in Peace. WE will celebrate her life.

  10. baller says:

    may her soul rest in peace. to the CUT bball family, hold your heads high. keep working hard on the court to celebrate what she contributed to bball in CUT, Free State and the country.

  11. Black rose says:

    Baby girl, your passing is tragic, unexpected and will be mourned by many. But your life, your smile & your exuberant personality will forever be celebrated. Rest in peace angel.

  12. Tsehlana says:

    You will be missed so much, its sad that we had to lose you so soon, as much as we wish we could bring you back we cant, God is the only one who knows why it had to be now. Will always cherish the time we spent together and you’ll always be in my heart, rest in peace my love.

  13. Emmerentia Ledwaba says:

    I terrible loss indeed. I didn’t know her well but I know she was always smilling and soft spoken. May her soul find eternal peace. Sleep well Seipati.