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April, 2018

  • 25 April

    More than 3500 “deadly” pit toilets still utilised in rural schools

    Democratic Alliance (DA) says the Department of Basic Education (DBE) has revealed in Parliament there are still 3 532 pit toilets at schools across the country. In a statement on Tuesday, DA Shadow Deputy Minister of Basic Education Nomsa Marchesi portrayed the circumstance as horrifying, saying, children are subjected to …

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  • 24 April

    Mabedi takes on as Chiefs interim coach

    Kaizer Chiefs named Patrick Mabedi as an interim coach for the remainder of the season. He was an assistant to Komphela. The 44-year-old Malawian national came back to Chiefs this season from Cape Town All Stars, where he was the head coach. He played for Amakhosi from 1998 to 2006 …

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  • 24 April

    Investigate Mahumapelo, Zuma herd of cattle gifts, says EFF

    The Economic Freedom Fighters calls on the Public Protector, Advocate Busisiwe Mkwebane to investigate claims that embattled North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo gave former President Jacob Zuma a herd of cattle gifts worth R1,5 million allegedly bought with public funds. “We have also written a letter to the Public Protector …

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  • 24 April

    Move to reestablish Mazwe High School to its former glory

    In a bid to instill the culture of learning and to guarantee safe condition, Limpopo police visited Mazwe High School in Lephalale, Ga-Seleka, one of the oldest learning institution in the province. In a statement on Sunday Police spokesperson Sergeant Marobo Seabela said the visit was part of the police …

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  • 22 April

    “Dubious call centre contract granted to Mahumapelo’s relative”

    The Democratic Alliance says it will send written questions to Premier Supra Mahumapelo asking for answers around R32 million contract belonging to a sole owner a Close Corporation (CC). DA North West Provincial Leader Joe McGluva said the company which handles on average an unimportant 32 calls every month belongs to Premier Mahumapelo’s …

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  • 22 April

    PSL must answer Moses Mabhida stadium turmoil

    The Democratic Alliance (DA) says it unequivocally condemns the violence that erupted at Moses Mabhida stadium not long after Kaizer Chiefs lost 2-0 in the semi-last match of the Nedbank Cup to Free State Stars. DA Shadow Minister of Sports and Recreation Tsepo Mhlongo said furious fans left numerous individuals …

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  • 22 April

    “Scores injured, Komphela resigns

    Two people have been arrested following violence that exploded at Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban not long after Kaizer Chiefs lost 2 – 0 in the semi-final Nedbank Cup competition to Free State Stars on Saturday night, which left numerous individuals harmed and property damaged. Captain Nqobile Gwala said two male …

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  • 21 April

    Randburg Magistrate slapped with a hefty correctional facility term

    The Acting National Head of the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI) Lieutenant General Yolisa Matakata has welcomed criminal punishment meted out on a former Randburg magistrate, Matobela Johannes Kgomo on Friday. The Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court has slapped Kgomo  (58) with 30 years sentence, altogether to solicit R1, 2 million …

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  • 18 April

    EFF Commander-In-Chief’s life in danger

    The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Commander-in-Chief, Julius Malema is getting death threats. In a statement on Tuesday, the red beret acting National Spokesperson Tebogo Mokwele said Malema isn’t taking threats lightly. “The undercover plans originate from dependable sources who demonstrate that a little gathering of politically uncertain and crazy people …

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  • 18 April

    Skweyiya remembered for serving the poor

    Former colleagues and friends of the late Dr. Zola Skweyiya described him as someone who was disciplined, loved serving the poor and ensuring that all have a better life. Speaker after speaker reminisced fondly about the late Skweyiya at a Special Official Memorial Service on Wednesday at the Tshwane Events …

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