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Trouble in MDC Alliance coalition?

June 18 2018 – MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa yesterday ordered Alliance partners who successfully filed their nomination papers without his blessings to withdraw their candidature, further straining relations in the troubled coalition. The development follows a decision by the MDC Chamisa faction to unilaterally field candidates in constituencies and wards reserved for Alliance partners, leading to double registration. In ... Read More »

Jozi not broke – DA

June 11 2011 – THE Democratic Alliance has rejected a Sunday newspaper report that the DA-led City of Johannesburg is in financial trouble. The DA has noted a report in the City Press that the city is “cash-strapped” and “heading for a bailout”, and rejects the allegations as false and a misrepresentation of the city’s finances, DA spokeswoman Refiloe Nt’sekhe ... Read More »

ED finally allows Gukurahundi play

June 3 2018 – THE new administration of President Emmerson Mnangawa has finally allowed aplay that was banned by Robert Mugabe about a 1980s government crackdown in which rights groups say 20,000 civilians were killed to be performed in Zimbabwe for the first time. The play, “1983, The Dark Years”, was stopped by the censors in 2012 but following November’s ... Read More »

SA based politician romps to victory as MDC bigwigs lose

May 28 2018 – SA based political activist Daniel Molokele also known as Fortune Mguni won resoundingly in Hwange Central as several Several MDC-T bigwigs, among them sitting Members of Parliament and vice president Elias Mudzuri, lost the primary elections characterised by violence, chaos and allegations of vote rigging. Molokele who has been based in SA for more than a ... Read More »

2018 polls a litmus test for homesick Zimbabweans

May 21 2018 – MOST Zimbabweans living in South Africa are ready to heed the call by their government to return home and take part in the economic revitalisation efforts, but many first want concrete proof that the country, now under President Emmerson Mnangagwa, is on a democratic path augmented by respect for human rights and the rule of law. ... Read More »

Renewed xenophobic attacks fear grips foreign Durban spaza owners

May 13 2018 -FOREIGNERS in Durban’s northern townships are living in fear after being told by locals to close down their shops by Thursday sparking panic Xenophobic violence similiar to that of 201 The KZN Somali Community Council (KZNSCC) has written to various authorities, including the KZN premier, the police and the eThekwini mayor, calling for action and preventive measures ... Read More »

Winter chill to hit most of SA

May 13 2018 – GAUTENG, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and the Free State are expected to experience a significant drop in temperatures from Monday. SA Weather Service Forecaster Kumsa Masizana says those conditions will continue into Tuesday, only clearing up from Wednesday. “There’s a cut-off of low which has favourable upper air conditions, which will result in isolated to scattered thundershowers over ... Read More »

Grace tried to bribe me – Gabriella

May 13 2018 – SA Jozi model Gabriella Engels who made headlines in 2017 after laying assault charges against Zimbabwe’s then first lady Grace Mugabe, on Friday said they will continue to press for charges, and not money. You can’t buy justice. You cannot just give a sum of money and my daughter is supposed to heal and just accept. ... Read More »

Hamadziripi appointed Zim ambassador to SA

HARARE – President Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed David Hamadziripi as Zimbabwe’s new ambassador to South Africa. Hamadzirpi will replace Isaac Moyo, who is now the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) boss. Moyo took over as head of CIO after it had run for a few months without a substantive head following the elevation of Happyton Bonyongwe to a Cabinet post in ... Read More »

Group threatens mass protests against murders of Nigerians in SA

May 07 2018 -THE Ijaw Youth Council has threatened to mobilise Nigerian youths for a nationwide protest if there is no end to the killing of Nigerians in South Africa. IYC President, Eric Omare, described as unfortunate and condemnable the continued murder of Nigerians doing business in South Africa. He added that the Federal Government should go beyond condemning the ... Read More »

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