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Calls for Hero Status for Cde Chinx

June 17 2017 – CALLS for liberation war musician Dickson Chingaira, popularly known as Cde Chinx  to be awarded national hero status have grown louder since his death on Friday night. Cde Chinx who was 61 died at a Harare Hospital on Friday night, from blood cancer. Chinx, who had two wives and 10 children, was known for his music since ... Read More »

Gauteng taxis to go on strike

June 14  2017  – GAUTENG  taxi operators affiliated to the SA National Taxi Council (Santaco) have on Wednesday, advised commuters to arrange alternative transport for Thursday due to a massive march against what it called high minibus taxi purchase costs. “No taxis will be running, we advice commuters to seek alternative transport. We apologise for any inconvenience that will be ... Read More »

Gigaba granted Guptas SA citizenship illegally – Malema

June 12  2017 – THE EFF  alleges that former Home Affairs minister Malusi Gigaba granted the Guptas naturalisation illegally while he was home affairs minister. The EFF released two official letters showing Gigaba’s seeming interference and granting the Gupta citizenship although their application was denied as it did not meet the requirements. “Mr. GG Hlatshwayo on behalf of the Director ... Read More »

SABC fires Motsoeneng

June 12  2017  – Former SABC chief operating officer (COO) Hlaudi Motsoeneng has been fired following a recommendation by the chairperson of a disciplinary panel, SABC interim board chairwoman Khanyisile Kweyama announced on Monday. Kweyama said Motsoeneng had been informed about the outcome of the disciplinary hearing. “The recommendations by the chair of the hearing that he be dismissed has ... Read More »

We will crush you, Zanu PF youths warn Tajamuka

June 08 2017 – ZANU-PF youths have threatened to “take up arms of war” to crush a five-day shutdown, which is being organised by social movement Tajamuka/Sesijikile to protest against alleged misrule by President Robert Mugabe. Tajamuka has set June 20 to 25 as dates for a crippling protest that it claims will completely shutdown the country. “‘We are ready ... Read More »

DA suspends Helen Zille

June 7  2017 – THE DA has officially suspended W Cape premier Helen Zille from taking part in any party-related activities, pending the outcome of a disciplinary hearing. However the suspension will not affect her position as premier.  “This past Saturday, DA Leader Mmusi Maimane proposed to the Federal Executive that Ms Zille be served with a notice of suspension, ... Read More »

Protesters run amok in PE

June 6 2017 – A BAKKIE  was set alight when angry protesters burnt tyres and stoned vehicles along the Addo Road in Port Elizabeth on (today) Tuesday. Police spokesperson, Captain Andre Beetge, said protests also flared up on the N2 where two busses, an ambulance and a truck were damaged. Beetge said that one bus was completely torched. The protest ... Read More »

I was wrong – Snake pastor tells TB Joshua

June 5, 2017 – THE Pretoria based Soshaguve pastor, who made the headlines a last year  for making his congregants eat live snakes has asked Nigerian Prophet TB Joshua’s Synagogue Church of all Nations in Nigeria on Sunday  to forgive him and explains why he had fed his congregants live snakes. Pastor Penuel Mnguni of the End Times Disciples Ministries ... Read More »

SA fuel prices to drop

June 3  2017 – THE  price of both grades of petrol will drop by 25c/l with effect from midnight on Tuesday, the energy department said. The wholesale price of both grades of diesel would drop by 23c/l, the department said in a statement on Saturday. The wholesale price of illuminating paraffin would drop by 22c/l and the single maximum national ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes
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