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More pain at the pump as SA petrol prices go up

More pain at the pump as SA petrol prices go up

More pain at the pump as SA petrol prices go up THE retail price of 93 octane petrol is set to rise by 50 cents a litre and 95 octane by 48 cents a litre on Wednesday January 4, the energy department announced on Thursday (today). According to a statement from the department, the wholesale price of diesel will go ... Read More »

19 people die on Western Cape roads

19 people die on Western Cape roads

19 people die on Western Cape roads IT WAS a black Christmas for many families this year as 19 road users in the Western Cape lost their lives. Western Cape Provincial Traffic Services said on Wednesday (today) that this included a horrific accident that claimed the lives of 13 people near De Doorns the day before Christmas. The victims were ... Read More »

Zimbabwean human rights lawyer attacked in JoBurg

Zimbabwean human rights lawyer attacked in JoBurg

Zimbabwean human rights lawyer attacked in JoBurg ZIMBABWE Exiles Forum chairperson and SA High Court Advocate Gabriel Shumba was attacked by an unknown assailant on Christmas eve at his highly secured home in downtown Johannesburg. “The blood thirsty idiot pitched-up at Shumba’s door unannounced and knocked. The friendly Shumba might have mistook the stranger as a desperate Zimbabwean seeking comfort ... Read More »

SA cops stop car from being smuggled into Zimbabwe

SA cops stop car from being smuggled into Zimbabwe

SA cops stop car from being smuggled into Zimbabwe POLICE in Limpopo have stopped a car from being smuggled from South Africa into Zimbabwe today, Friday. Limpopo police commissioner, Lieutenant General Nneke Ledwaba, who was leading a high density operation in Musina and Beitbridge, uncovered the attempted smuggling, says spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo. “After visiting the roadblock and a walkabout ... Read More »

SA festive season road deaths increase

SA festive season road deaths increase

SA festive season road deaths increase INCREASING visibility and enforcing a zero tolerance approach to motorists travelling on the roads during the festive season will drastically decrease road fatalities,says the South African National Civic Organisation (Sanco) on Wednesday (today). Sanco spokesperson Jabu Mahlangu says they have been made more resolute after Minister of Transport Dipuo Peters revealed that there was ... Read More »

Migrants march against Mashaba over xenophobic comments

SA based migrant organisations have called on Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba to withdraw his statements on illegal immigrants and submitted a memorandum at the his office, following his statements that illegal migrants are often associated with crime (yesterday). Mashaba says that immigrants came into the city illegally and are holding the country to ransom, enraging the city’s migrant community. Chairperson ... Read More »

Water restrictions in Ekurhuleni still on

Water restrictions loom - Cape Town

Water restrictions in Ekurhuleni still on WATER restrictions in Ekurhuleni have not been relaxed the City said on Monday (today) as it dismissed claims that it had done so as unfounded. Spokesperson Themba Gadebe said: “On the contrary Ekurhuleni is one of the municipalities that has yet to reach the required 15 percent water saving, as imposed by national government”. ... Read More »

Mugabe confirmed as Zanu-PF presidential candidate

Mugabe confirmed as Zanu-PF presidential candidate

18 December 2016 – THE Zanu-PF ruling party has confirmed incumbent president Robert Mugabe as its candidate for 2018 presidential elections, media reported. At the party conference on Saturday Zanu-PF’s youth wing called for Mugabe to be declared president for life, BBC broadcaster reported. Mugabe came into power in 1980, first as prime minister and then as the country’s president. ... Read More »

I will not apologise says a defiant Mashaba as Gigaba calls for tolerance

I will not apologise says a defiant Mashaba

I will not apologise says a defiant Mashaba as Gigaba calls for tolerance HOME Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba met a defiant Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba on Tuesday,(today) amidst a furore caused by the executive mayor’s recent utterances about illegal immigrants being “criminals” who must leave his city. Addressing a joint media briefing with Mashaba, Gigaba explained at length that there ... Read More »

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