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Quo Vadis ANC?

Quo Vadis ANC?

With the Covid-19 pandemic crippling both social and economy the ANC has made the situation untenable following reports of malfeasance, looting and corruption in the Covid-19 procurements across the length and breath of this country. Simply put: this does not augur well for much needed economic emancipation, joblessness and hunger that has bedevilled SA- the […]

The latest BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe is way too grand

The latest BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe is way too grand

The Bavarian is a head-turner and this time kids as young as 5 can attest to that. Ask the Kimberley and NW born, they concur in unison. Unveiled ‘virtually’ this year in mzansi, the first-ever 2 Series Gran Coupe is an answer to another German rival Mercedes Benz CLA, so we made to believe.   […]

The closing of schools leads to blaming game, again

The closing of schools leads to blaming game, again

President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa made announcement last night that all public schools will close up to a month, as a result of Covid-19 rise in the country. Grade 12 learners and teachers would only take a week-long break, and grade 7 pupils would take a two-week break. Various teachers unions have welcomed the move, especially […]

uBaba Andrew Mlangeni stood for honesty, finish & klaar!

uBaba Andrew Mlangeni stood for honesty, finish & klaar!

The iSithwalandwe-Seaparankwe recipient and struggle icon had his lastbreath this morning, according to June and Andrew Mlangeni Foundation. He died after being admitted to the 1 Military Hospital in Pretoria thismorning. uBaba Mlangeni lived his life a gallant freedom fighter who after nine andhalf decades, remained an activist in cementing the democratic values oftransparency, accountability […]

NW Tourism business owners take to streets

NW Tourism business owners take to streets

A staggering R748m has been lost or recorded daily in tourism expenditure due to Covid-19 pandemic in SA. Today, restaurants and other industries hosted peaceful protests throughout the country, a sign of Gatvol to Government to revisit the lockdown regulations. “Every day that the industry remains restrained is a R748m loss of tourism expenditure and […]

Zindzi to be buried next to her Mom Winnie

Zindzi to be buried next to her Mom Winnie

The defiant daughter of the late uMama Winnie and utata Nelson Mandela died this week,and will be buried next her Mom Winnie in Fourways on Friday morning. This was confirmed by family member. Outside the famous parent’s house in Soweto, Orlando the place was a hive of activities as locals and prominent figures came to […]

No more alcohol, as curfew re-instated

No more alcohol, as curfew re-instated

Their masks will go and social distancing will go. The spread will happen and we have seen it in many instances,” says Co-operative governance & traditional affairs minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma. She said drinking of alcohol socially brought people together and discouraged them from using masks, from social distancing and sanitising. This follows the decision to […]

Isuzu D-Max re-engineered for ‘unhealthy’ roads

Isuzu D-Max re-engineered for ‘unhealthy’ roads

We tested the D-Max bakkie and as always it never fails, especially in rugged, untarred roads that are synonymous in the province of Bokone Bophirima. What about potholes- a nightmare. In the last 2 years, Isuzu South Africa has taken over operations at the Port Elizabeth plant an investment that has seen growth from the brand […]

Albinism should be respected and afforded same rights as everyone

Albinism should be respected and afforded same rights as everyone

  This year’s theme Made To Shine– was chosen to celebrate the achievements and successes of persons with albinism worldwide, while at the same time, making a call to stand in solidarity with persons with albinism through their challenges. In this unprecedented time, persons with albinism continue to suffer human rights violations. Recently, in some […]

Taxi bosses hold Mbalula at ‘ransom’

Taxi bosses hold Mbalula at ‘ransom’

This follows violent incidents by taxi operators who had blockaded roads in Pretoria, demanding Covid-19 relief funds from government, who demand R1.13bn. But the minister of transport Fikile Mbalula is not budging. In April the minister announced that taxis would operate at full capacity but then changed his mind a day later, reducing capacity to […]

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