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Zimbabwean man drowns in Port Elizabeth

January 29 2017  – AN UNNAMED  22 year old ,Zimbabwean man has drowned in the sea at Sardinia Bay in Port Elizabeth after apparently being caught in rip currents, says the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) Sunday (today). NSRI Port Elizabeth duty crew were activated at 4pm by the Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) following reports of a drowning in ... Read More »

Deport illegal Chinese migrant workers – Cosatu

January 26 2017 – THE  Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) on Thursday (yesterday) demanded an investigation and an immediate deportation of Chinese nationals who are allegedly working illegally in South Africa. This comes after a Cosatu investigation uncovered that a Chinese State company, CBMI Construction, was allegedly allowed to bring in about 242 workers to South Africa to ... Read More »

Lundi went through a lot in his time

January 27 2017 –  THE man who discovered gospel singer Lundi Tyamara says he was a tough man who was adamant to make it in the industry, says founder of Zuz’muzi Music, Tshepo Nzimande, says Tyamara was only 16 years old when he came to Johannesburg in 1995 and wanted to record his own album. Tyamara passed away just after ... Read More »

Zimbabwean Home Affairs imposter arrested

January 26 2017 – A Zimbabwean  man has been sentenced to six years by the Musina Magistrate’s Court for operating a bogus Home Affairs office at the Beitbridge port of entry in the Limpopo town of Musina..  29-year-old  year old Duncan Danda  was arrested early this month  by the Hawks’ Organised Crime Unit on January 4 this year after receiving ... Read More »

SA still hovering on “junk” status

January 24 2017 – THE  South African Reserve Bank kept lending rates at  7 percent on Tuesday (today), saying the near-term outlook for inflation had deteriorated, while domestic growth remained constrained, while still facing a possible downgrade to junk status. SA still faces possible credit downgrades to junk, which the Treasury has warned could push borrowing costs higher, sink the currency and ... Read More »

Step down grandpa, Malema urges Mugabe

January 23 2017 – OUTSPOKEN EFF  leader Julius Malema has urged Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe to step down from from power, to protect his legacy, while denouncing the MDC T as western puppets, at a press conference in Johannesburg’s Braamfontein today.“Zimbabwe’s situation is bad. President Mugabe can’t even control a spade. He is no longer capable of discharging his responsibilities,” ... Read More »

EFF denies circulating xenophobic statement

January 23 2017  – THE  Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) on (today) Monday  denied  issuing   weekend statement that called for the “swift removal” of foreign nationals from the city of Johannesburg. This comes after a threatening message purporting to be from the EFF began circulating on social media saying that foreign nationals should be driven out of the country, especially ... Read More »

Zanu-PF trounces Mujuru in Bikita West

January  22 2017  – A NEW party founded by Zimbabwe‘s former vice president Joice Mujuru suffered a crushing defeat in its first ever election contest again President Robert Mugabe’s ruling Zanu-PF,  showing the task she faces in her bid to challenge her ally-turned-adversary. “It was the media which thought Mai Mujuru had something to offer,” says Renewal Democrats of Zimbabwe, ... Read More »

Tsvangirai and Maimane hail ECOWAS’s stance in the Gambia

Tsvangirai and Maimane hail ECOWAS's stance in the Gambia

Tsvangirai and Maimane hail ECOWAS’s stance in the Gambia January 21 2017  – THE  executive committee of the Southern African Partnership for Democratic Change (SAPDC), which MDC T president, Morgan Tsvangirai is an executive  member,  on Saturday (today) has  hailed the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) for intervening to enforce the democratic will of the people of Gambia. ... Read More »

More cars burn’t in Mamelodi taxi wars

More cars burn't in Mamelodi taxi wars

More cars burn’t in Mamelodi taxi wars January 20 2017 – THREE men were arrested and charged with public violence and the possession of an unlicenced firearm after a car was burnt and several others damaged in Mamelodi, east of Pretoria, Gauteng police said on Friday. “We have deployed a number of public order police officers and the situation is ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes
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