Controversial former University of the Witwatersrand SRC president Mcebo Dlamini was denied bail in .
Herman Brown-trained Tiza, owned by the Bayern Syndicate and James Atkinson, has cracked an invite to the 1200m Dubai Golden Shaheen on World Cup night.
The star South African sprinter has already placed twice in Dubai this season and will try the dirt surface at Nad Al Sheba for the first time.
VIP Thoroughbreds is a visionary thoroughbred syndication company that intends to buy some of the best bloodstock in the world at competitive prices for syndication to current and new members.
The company has its base in Dubai but races prominently in South Africa, the world's newest source of champions.
France has also become a home for VIP Thoroughbred horses.
VIP Thoroughbreds, backed by its team of internationally renowned industry experts with a combined knowledge and commitment to horse racing, has already gained remarkable success with horses such as Festive Style, winner of the Cape Verdi Stakes; Imperial Ice, winner of the UAE Oaks; Linngari, winner of Group II and Group III; as well as Sushisan, Protector, Tiger Shark, Jersey Bounce and Tiza.