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By: Sello Theletsane The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has on Wednesday, successfully instituted civil litigation in the Special Tribunal to interdict and restrain a former Lepelle Northern Water Chief Executive Officer from disposing of four immoveable properties, pending the final determination of pending action proceedings. In a judgment handed down on Friday, 05 February 2021, Judge Modiba also ordered the Registrar...
By: Sello Theletsane JOHANNESBURG- Patriotic Alliance (PA) President Gayton McKenzie and the party’s National Executive member Kenny Kunene hand over PA party’s T-Shirt to Ambrose De Lange who resigned from the ACDP to join the PA. De Lange, was the ACDP’s candidate councillor in Ward 7 in Ennerdale, south of Joburg in the forthcoming by-elections scheduled for 19 May.
By: Staff Reporter Johannesburg – eNCA has on Thursday announced the passing on of the anchor of ‘The Fix’, Karima Brown from Covid-19. Brown had been a regular face and contributor on eNCA for nearly five years, having been the host of ‘The Fix’ since May 2018 and a political commentator on the channel, since 2017. eNCA MD Norman Munzhelele expressed his condolences to...
By: Staff Reporter Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation Minister today (Monday 4 ) paid a visit to Taiwan informal settlement in Khayelitsha outside Cape Town after the area was gutted by a massive fire on Sunday night. The blaze, comes two weeks after more than 1000 structurers in another informal settlement in the area, Masiphumelele were destroyed by fire, leaving thousands...
By: Staff Reporter Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has condemned opportunistic elements seeking to hijack the plight of people of Masiphumelele and Taiwan informal settlements whose shacks were destroyed by fires recently. Minister Sisulu cited an incident that occurred on Tuesday (5 January 2020) in Taiwan in Khayelitsha outside Cape Town where a self-styled community leader who does...
By: Staff Reporter JOHANNESBURG- Minister in the presidency, Jackson Mthembu, has passed away of Covid-19 related complications. President Cyril Ramaphosa said in a statement on Thursday that Mthembu died earlier that morning. “Minister Mthembu was an exemplary leader, an activist and lifelong champion of freedom and democracy. He was a much-loved and greatly respected colleague and comrade, whose passing leaves our nation...
By: Staff Reporter The Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation, Lindiwe Sisulu, has called on all South Africans to assist the people of Masiphumelele informal settlement in the City of Cape Town who have been left homeless as a result of fire that destroyed 1000 homes. “What has happened to the people of Masiphumelele is heart-breaking. They were all, like...
JOHANNESBURG, August 16 - KwaZulu-Natal Health MEC Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo on Thursday expressed his satisfaction with the commitment of management and staff of Charles Johnson Memorial (CJM) Hospital in Nquthu after his unannounced visit. MEC Dhlomo was at the official opening of Inkosi Thathezakhe Clinic in Nquthu when he decided to make a turn at CJM Hospital. “It is very encouraging...
By: Ayanda Mdluli ( Independent Media) Johannesburg – ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule has been instructed to appear before the ruling party’s Integrity Commission next week. Independent Media is in possession of a leaked letter addressed to Magashule, that reads: “The Integrity Commission had initially hoped to meet with you to discuss and clarify the interview with you on Saturday, 29th August,...
By: Thando Dotyeni King Cetshwayo arrived back in Zululand during January 1883, but within six months was again in hiding from would-be assassins, and on 8 February died by a poisoner's hand. His teenage heir Dinizulu, who had remained secluded in Zululand throughout his father's travels, was declared successor to the throne. It was time to switch allegiances again, and...

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