‘We were held hostage by gunmen’

After frightening ordeal at EP Rugby offices, George Malgas vows to stand his ground against opponents and reports criminal complaint

Defiant acting EP Rugby boss George Malgas says he will not be bullied and is not planning to run away after he was allegedly held hostage by rivals with armed personal security guards at the union’s offices in North End.

A feud between groups within EP Rugby reached boiling point last week and resulted in Malgas reporting a criminal complaint under the Firearms Control Act...

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