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Sewage pollution: Criminal charge against Emfuleni municipal manager

Written by on 3 May 2024

AfriForum believes that the municipal manager of the Emfuleni Local Municipality should be held criminally liable for the pollution of the Vaal River. The civil rights organization AfriForum says it has laid a criminal complaint against April Ntuli, the municipal manager of the Emfuleni Local Municipality for the dumping of raw sewage in the Vaal […]

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Man shot dead in Tshepiso

Written by on 26 April 2024

Three men had entered the premises and opened fire. SHARPEVILLE. – The Sharpeville police are investigating a case of murder that recently took place in Tshepiso, Phase 1. Police spokesperson Constable Busisiwe Sango said that the police received a complaint of murder at Tshepiso Phase 1, and upon arrival, they found the lifeless body of […]

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‘Mabahambe’: Patriotic Alliance insists children of migrants, born in South Africa, must be sent to their home countries

Written by on 26 April 2024

The Patriotic Alliance (PA) insisted that children of immigrants, who were born and have lived in South Africa since birth, must be sent back to their countries of origin. The lively crowd at the IOL elections discussion in Sandton reacted in support, and some in opposition, when the outspoken Kenny Kunene, who is PA deputy […]

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Moses Tembe denies author’s claims over book about Anele and AKA’s relationship

Written by on 18 April 2024

Moses Tembe has reportedly distanced himself from a book detailing his daughter’s relationship with slain South African rapper, Kiernan ‘AKA’ Forbes. According to media reports, a spokesperson for the Tembe family said they did not commission the writing of the book. The spokesperson further stated that the Tembe family did not contribute to the book and it […]

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Allegations of abuse, including beatings, emerge from doomed excursion where two Gauteng learners drowned

Written by on 18 April 2024

  Serious allegations of learner abuse, including beatings, have emerged from the excursion where two Benoni learners from Daveyton Skills School drowned in the Hennops River near Centurion on Monday. Speaking to journalists after visiting the families of Siphamandla Peterson, 15, and 17-year-old Sibusiso Sibiya — who died during the unsanctioned discipline camp held by non-governmental organisation […]

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