Jozini community excited for water boreholes

Under-privileged community members from Jozini, North of Kwa-Zulu Natal are ecstatic as they finally receive boreholes, after years of being on the receiving end of poor service delivery. Despite having one of the biggest dams in South Africa, the community of Jozini has suffering from water scarcity for a while. It is alleged that Umkhanyakude…

MK veterans want foreign-owned shops closed

uMkhontho weSizwe veterans have taken to the streets as they get in violent altercations with foreign-owned shop owners. The group is calling for the closure of all foreign-owned shops in Durban, Kwa Zulu-Natal. According to the group, said foreigners are troublesome and they are a huge contributing factor to corruption and most social ills in…

Cele orders police to protect themselves after Malema‘s threats

On Sunday, EFF leader Julius Malema complained to his supporters that the police were colluding with white people, and EFF supporter were abused during their protests at Senekal and Brackenfell in Cape Town. The EFF leader ordered his supporters to retaliate and visit the cops individually at their homes. “ If SAPS want a fight…

Hawks to investigate another leaked Matric paper

The minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga, urgently met with the Education MECs from the 9 provinces, as well as senior department of education officials to discuss yet another leak of the 2020 matric exam paper. It is alleged that the physical science paper 2 was leaked on Monday morning, just a few hours before…