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Reburials for Gukurahundi victims – Mphoko

July 06 2017 –  THE  government will rebury victims of a 1980s military crackdown in the west of the country and help descendants get identity documents,  says vice president Phelekezela Mphoko Mphoko says the programme would include identifying mass graves and erecting tombstones in honour of the dead. At the launch of the programme in Tsholotsho, this week, Mphoko said ... Read More »

Demolish bad Jozi building – Mbalula

July 5  2017 – TOUGH talking  police Minister Fikile Mbalula has called for the Cape York building in downtown Johannesburg to be demolished after a fatal fire in the hijacked and rundown building that resulted in multiple casualties.  Seven people died and 50 others were rescued from the rooftop when the City York building on Jeppe and Nugget streets in ... Read More »

Touts terror at Beitbridge border post

June 05 2017 –  CRIMINAL activities have risen  at the Alfred Beit Bridge (Old Limpopo Bridge) where touts, thieves, conmen, wheeler dealers and vendors are terrorising pedestrians despite the border post being  declared a security zone in 2004. Thugs and other criminals have turned the bridge into a no-go area at night, with muggings, robberies and murder rife despite security ... Read More »

Stay away from SA land – Mugabe warns land invaders

Mugabe confirmed as Zanu-PF presidential candidate

June 04 2017 – ZIMBABWEAN  President Robert Mugabe has warned land invaders to stay away from SA-owned Tongaat Hulett sugar plantations amid complaints from the company that some villagers, supported by a group of war veterans and Zanu-PF leaders, were targeting its plantations in the Lowveld. “Surely, you cannot harvest where you did not sow,” Mugabe said in an unprecedented warning ... Read More »

Dozens of illegal immigrants arrested in Hillbrow raid

July 02 2017 – ABOUT 23 illegal immigrants were arrested  last Friday, when the City of Johannesburg raided  two well-known hijacked buildings in the inner city – Vannin Court and Florence House,  in another operation led by mayor Herman Mashaba . The operation on Friday night was led by the city’s group forensic and investigation service unit in conjunction with ... Read More »

Mugabe and Mbeki to counter attacks on former liberation war movements

July 2 2017 – FORMER SA president Thabo Mbeki will soon meet President Mugabe over strategies to counter Western regime change-linked attacks on ex-liberation movements, after ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe, hit out at Western powers for angling for regime change,  last Friday. Speaking a t the Presidential Youth Interface Rally in Masvingo, which was also held last Friday, President Mugabe ... Read More »

ANC conference kicks off

June 30 2017 – IT WAS a quite start to what is expected to be a boisterous ANC policy conference as delegates slowly make their way into the conference venue at Nasrec expo centre‚ near Soweto‚ Johannesburg. Familiar faces‚ among them SA Revenue Services Commissioner Tom Moyane‚ are mingling with fellow guests and delegates‚ including Mpumalanga ANC secretary Mandla Ndlovu‚ ... Read More »

Illegal migrants now able to challenge detention

June 29 2017 – THE SA Constitutional Court handed down a historic decision today that deported illegal immigrants, have the right to the right to challenge in court a detention within 48 hours of arrest and the right to be protected against arbitrary detention without trial—apply to non SA citizens  as well as SA. This means everybody living in SA  will be protected ... Read More »

Mixed feelings over Nkosana Moyo presidential bid

June 29 2017 – THOUGH it was no surprise, there have been mixed feeling over SA based former Zimbabwean cabinet minister, Nkosana Moyo ‘s announcement today that he will be running for president in next year’s elections. Moyo, Zimbabwe’s former  industry and international trade minister at the turn of the millennium, told journalists at a press conference at a hotel ... Read More »

Beitbridge border pedestrian robberies on the rise

June 29 2017 – DESPITE the heavy presence of both SA and Zimbabwean security personnel, there has been an increase in the number of pedestrians being robbed while crossing Beitbridge Border Post. Beitbridge  Senator Tambudzani Mohadi has expressed concern over the safety of people who cross the Beitbridge Border Post on foot after a Zimbabwean man was robbed and fatally ... Read More »

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