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Looting in Soweto forced Foreigners to pack and go.

Everything started at Snake Park on Monday after two people had been shot and killed and two others injured. The violence had started between the local Community and Foreigners who own shops in the community. Mthetheleli Siphewe Mahori, 14 years old, was shot and killed, allegedly by a foreign shop owner. Apparently the young


Izinyoka endangers the communities

While a majority of South Africans get their electricity legitimately, some still endanger their own lives by opting for illegal connections.

During December 2014, a few cases of injuries and fatalities due to illegal connections were reported around the country. Eskom is concerned


Cop gunned at a tavern!

A policeman has been shot at a local tavern in the early hours of last week Monday in Mhlaumbe, Winterveldt-North of Pretoria.

It is alleged that the suspect aged (24) shot the cop several times in the upper body who later died and another young man in the leg. The young man was rushed to a nearby hospital.


Deputy Minister Manamela condemns the Malamulela protest

Deputy Minister in the Presidency for Planning,


Matriculant blames the pressure.

In January 2015, Equal Education (EE) released its statement on the 2014 matric results, on the statement they congratulated the students, teachers ,schools and the DBE on the matric results of 2014.


The worrying truth on drop-out rate

Drop-out rate amongst high school learners has always been a concern in South Africa,

In a recent statement by Equal Education (EE) it was stated that the drop-out rate seems to be rising year-on-year and now is sitting at 50%.

It is reported that the largest drop-out rates are in Grade 10 and 11,


Road accidents decreased!

Though we half-heartedly acknowledged the decline, we have no cause to celebrate as our people continue to be killed on our roads due to irresponsible and murderous acts of fellow road users.

On 9 January 2014, The Minister of Transport, Honourable Dipuo Peters, issued an official statement on the festive season statistics.


Dewani’s run-around case!

Anni Hindocha Dewani disappeared on 13 November 2010 in Gugulethu, Cape Town.

The cause of death was allegedly a gunshot and the body was discovered in Lingelethu West, Cape Town.

Anni Dewani was a Swedish woman


The ‘Love’ moments of Shrien and Anni Dewani

The Hindocha family, Hindus living in Uganda, were forced to leave the country in the early 1970s after ruler Idi Amin expelled all Asians living there. Granted residence in Sweden


Dewani is a free man!

Western Cape High Court Judge Jeannette Traverso has made a decision against British businessman Shrien Dewani.

Dewani was accused of murdering his bride Anni Dewani on their honeymoon. Anni was killed in Gugulethu Township near Cape


Fred Amos Wyngaardt settled for a role of municipal Councillor

Former Northern Cape MEC for Sports Arts and culture, Social development  Fred Amos Wyngaardt and current provincial chairperson of


76 New Houses given to Kimberley residents

Jubilation filled the air during the official handover of 76 indigent families in Lindelani just outside Galeshwe recently.


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