Here is my attempt - and assuming your cut came from the SRG roll; re "1941Pte. Hetherington, J.F.", medal returned ?/1/08, apparently an application for reissue and a search of records on 2/5/22. Medal reissued 11/5/22 and presumably with a State Clasp (unclear which) and date clasp "SA 1902". It appears your man also served in the Western LH. There is a bit of overlapping with the man shown on the roll next to Hetherington - so you might care to check the roll entries on this site under the heading Research at the National Archives.
Good luck with your re4search.
In addition to WO100, I would suggest a careful look throughout WO126/127-129 and WO126/165 at Kew for any surviving papers, the Western Light Horse is particularly interesting as it was extant for such a short period of time, certainly from memory, at least, it had only been raised at Vryburg on the 9th of April 1902, so Vereeniging was quite literally in sight.
Anyway, I wish you bon chance if you take matters further.
Fiftiesfury wrote: I was wondering if anyone here could decipher this for 1941 Thomas James Hetherington of the Scotts Railway Guards. Any other info would be fantastic.