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Bolobedu | Ga-Kuranta, Fighter Maidi laid to rest

It was a sad day for the ground forces in red overalls, as family and friends, gathered in Ga-Kuranta village to pay their last respect to fighter Maidi Malefophane on Sunday. The lifeless body and chopped head of Maidi Malefophane (85) was discovered in her house by family on Monday the 16th of May 2022. […]

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Politics

Possible cancellation on project 24 hour glow flag?

South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa has made mentions of being in communication with Minister Nathi Mthethwa of Arts and Culture, regarding the controversial R22-million flag project, said to glow even in the dark. Addressing at the Black Business Council gala dinner on Thursday 19 May, Ramaphosa says Mthethwa proposed cancelling the project. South Africans went […]

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Former CJ Judge Mogoeng Mogoeng on R22 Million Flag

Former Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng commented on the R22 million 24 hour glow flag Minister Sports, Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa introduced. “This R22 Million flag is actually disrespectful to South Africans! It has an undertone that says ‘you guys are stupid and we’ll continue looting in front of you and you won’t do anything […]

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Mpho Moerane Former Johannesburg Mayor Dies

Former City of Johannesburg mayor Mpho Moerane’s passing, confirmend by the family spokesperson, Mike Maile. “He sadly did not respond positively to treatment and with heavy hearts and deep sorrow, we confirm that we lost our beloved Mpho this afternoon. His passing has deeply pained us; let me add that he was certified dead 5:54 pm.” […]

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International Politics

21-year-old Russian soldier admits to killing Ukrainian civilian

Russian soldier, 21-year-old, Vadim Shishimarin, made an appearance at the Kyiv district court on Wednesday and pleaded guilty to murdering a 62-year-old civilian in northeastern Ukraine in the first war crimes trial of the conflict. This case happens to hold a huge symbolic value to Ukraine. Shishimarin was the tank commander, took part in the […]

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International Politics

Violent Outbreak Disrupts The Funeral Of Palestinian Journalist, Shireen Abu Akleh

The funeral service of Shireen Abu Akleh, a former Al Jazeera journalist who was killed by a gunshot to the head two days prior, erupted into catastrophic violence and mayhem. Videos of the funeral procession shared by Al Jazeera provide disturbing visuals of a conflict breaking out between Israeli riot police and hordes of mourners. […]

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Politics

Zandile Mafes Case Postponed to June

Magistrate Ronel Oliver postponed the case to June 9 after state advocate Mervyn Menigo informed the court that the forensic reports were still outstanding and requested the matter be postponed. Zandile Mafe, accused of setting parliament alight, appeared shortly at the Cape Town magistrate’s court on Thursday 12 May. Mafe who was arrested on January […]

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EFF Condemns Department of Sports, Arts and Culture for Wasteful Expenditure on R22 Million Monument Flag

Yesterday, the EFF released a statement calling out the Department of Sports, Arts and Culture and its presiding Minister, Mr Nathi Mthethwa, for their intended expenditure of R22 million on a monument flag meant to symbolise and encourage “unity” and “social cohesion”. The political party asserts that the endeavour is a “useless” waste of taxpayer’s […]

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International Politics

Ambassador Sergey Andreev Shamed by Protesters

“Protesters splashed red liquid onto Russia’s ambassador to Poland on Monday as diplomats visited a Warsaw cemetery and memorial complex.” The Russian Ambassador Sergey Andreev received an embarrassing welcome from protesters, along with other diplomats. The group attended a memorial ceremony in honour of the Red Army soldiers killed in World War II. Protesters unexpectedly […]

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Hillary Gardee: One Suspect Confirmed as “ANC Employee”

ANC Mpumalanga Chief WHIP Vincent Mlombo confirms the identity of one of the suspects, to being an employee of the ANC Office of the legislature. Although the name cannot be revealed under Media Law, until the take a stand at in court. This information confirat suspicions of political members or members related to members of […]

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