Monthly Archives:May 2017

Deputy Competition Commissioner robbed at gun point

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Deputy Competition Commissioner, Hardin Ratshisusu was robbed at gunpoint last night outside his residential complex in Johannesburg. It is reported that he was from the commission’s assignment in Botswana at the time of the incident. The commission confirmed the incident on Friday, saying that he was mugged at gunpoint at the complex entrance after arriving
Source: The New Age

Soweto march against gender based violence

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Scores of people gathered in Soweto on Friday to join a march against gender-based violence against. The march is organised by various gender activists in partnership with Gauteng department of community safety.It is aimed at highlighting violent crimes against women and children, remembering woman like Constable Francis Rasuge who was killed by William Nkuna. Among
Source: The New Age

Two opposing groups picket outside Zambian High Commission

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Source: The New Age

Zambia justifies Maimane’s blocking

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Zambia’s High commissioner to South Africa says Mmusi Maimane was denied entry into the country because of statements he made that he intended to pressurise the courts to release opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema. ” The matter Mr Maimane wishes to advocate and politicise on is in court and it is imperative to allow for the
Source: The New Age

Soil eating addiction

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Eating soil has become an addiction for many African women in Gauteng’s townships, increasing the demand for suppliers. Kaalfontein resident Salome Malepe said she started selling “mabu” (soil) in Germiston in 1979 after she realised there was an increase in demand for soil in the market place and she could generate more income for her
Source: The New Age

Infant found dumped, decapitated in Thokoza

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THE horribly decapitated body of a three-month-old baby found dumped outside a hostel shocked the Thokoza community yesterday morning. The body, which is yet to be identified, was discovered by a 27-year-old woman between the Madala and Khuthuza hostels in Khumalo Street. Police spokesperson Capt Buyisile Mvelase said the lower part of the infant’s body
Source: The New Age

Lynne Brown exposes real Eskom capture

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Source: The New Age

Obed Bapela talks up coming traditional leaders indaba

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Source: The New Age

Sy Mamabolo speaks on IEC’s online address verification initiative

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Source: The New Age

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