As everyone probably knows by now, Ramaphosa is the current President of South Africa and has always been a politician from heart but at some point, he left politics completely to focus on the business side of things. He started by launching Shanduka Group, which is an investment company with multiple stakes in different sectors including telecommunications, technology, finance, mining and agriculture just to mention to a few.
Cash in transit accident on road between Badplaas and Barberton. About 5km before Nkomati mine And not very far away from the police station apparently but there was still no other reason, despite the fact that the explosives which were used by the suspects were quite loud and the gunshots could be heard kilometres away.
He was once Nelson Mandela's right-hand man and managed intense union negotiations at a critical point in our country's history. He was at the forefront of negotiations that helped South Africa ease into a democratic era. In 2018, he survived a bruising election battle and claimed the top seat of ruling ANC. However, what is Cyril Ramaphosa's proudest achievement? It has nothing to do with politics and it has everything to do with a hard of cattle that roam the fertile lands near Badplaas in Mpumalanga. It's
Deputy President David Mabuza's wife is believed to have benefitted from "substantial" selling commissions in dubious property dealings in Badplaas. This was disclosed in attorney Richard Spoor's testimony before the Pretoria High Court on Friday, in which environment conservationist Fred Daniel filed an R1 billion lawsuit against the Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency and several government departments, employees, and agencies.
In Mpumalanga, three security guards were hurt in a cash-in-transit theft. When an unknown number of criminals detonated a device in the car they were traveling in, the guards were injured. On Monday at around 17:00, they were traveling in an armoured vehicle between Badplaas and Barberton when a white Toyota Landcruiser slammed into their vehicle.
Cyril Ramaphosa is the 5th president of South Africa. Before he became deputy president, Ramaphosa used to be a very successful businessman with various investments across all sectors of economy, some of his many investments includes Farms. BADPLAAS FARM This farm which is close to Ntaba Nyoni, situated more than 30km from the Badplaas town of Mpumalanga Ramaphosa has various animals on this farm but mostly it's cattles or rather should I say the Ankole breed cattled of which one reportedly sells for R640 000.
President Cyril Ramaphosa was once Nelso Mandela's right-hand man and managed intense union negotiations at a critical point in South Africa's history. Ramaphosa was at the forefront of the negotiations that helped the country to ease into a democratic era and more. In 2018, he survived bruising elections battle to claim the top seat of the ruling party. Yet, ask Ramaphosa what is his proudest achievements is, and you will be speechless to learn that his answer has nothing to do with politics. Everything has
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Deputy President David Mabuza is expected to give evidence in Pretoria high court as Businessman Fred Daniel is suing the Mpumalanga government R1.2 billion. The lawsuit involves a land scandal when Mabuza was still an MEC of Agriculture and land administration back then. The deputy president spokesperson Matshepo Sedat confirmed that Mabuza is well aware of the case and allocated dates.
Minister of Social Development, Lindiwe Zulu, was speaking at a Covid-19 monitoring exercise in Middelburg to on 26 May 2020, when she shared her story of triumph over adversity. 013news (Middleburg) reported that she shared that she got her second baby at the age of 16, disappointing her grandparents who were raising her through hardship. She called on others not to repeat a similar mistake. “But if you must know, I myself got pregnant before the age of 16, and quickly got another baby when I was 16 and I
The Pretoria High Court has heard that in the colder time of the year of 2008, behind a prisoner circumstance in the Badplaas police headquarters and a brutal dissent outside the Nkomazi Wilderness nature hold, the apparition of David Dabede Mabuza posed a potential threat. Despite the best endeavors of the representative president's advice to subdue the proof, the court additionally heard a declaration that connected these occasions to enormous land claims misrepresentation, with the discoveries of agent Paul O'Sullivan spreading out the paper trail.
Before a billion-rand case launched by a businessman, Deputy President David Mabuza is set to testify in the Pretoria High Court. Mabuza was the Mpumalanga MEC for agriculture and land administration at the time of the alleged land scandal. Fred Daniel, an ecotourism entrepreneur from Badplaas, is suing the Mpumalanga government for R1.2 billion in lost revenues after officials allegedly ruined his Nkomazi wilderness game farm project.
https://www.facebook.com/100323978653938/posts/201215768564758/?d=n Following the report of four police stations having been temporarily shut down in the province; three more stations have at least one confirmed Covid-19 case each. Phola, Pienaar, Carolina and Badplaas Police stations were recently shut. CALCUTTA STATION... The Community Service Centre will now be operated from the first house on the far right inside Calcutta SAPS premises.
The Pretoria High Court has heard that in the colder season of 2008, behind a detainee situation in the Badplaas police base camp and a savage difference outside the Nkomazi Wilderness nature hold, the phantom of David Dabede Mabuza represented an expected danger. Notwithstanding the best undertakings of the agent president's bearing to smother the evidence, the court in like manner heard a statement that associated these events to tremendous land claims distortion, with the revelations of expert Paul O'Sullivan fanning out the paper trail.
An employee at president Cyril Ramaphosa's cattle farm is taking the fight to get his job back to the Commission for Concialition, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) after he was fired for missing work for two days when he was ill. Bennet Mashinini, a security guard at Ntaba Nyoni farm in Badplaas,
Richard Mamabolo was interviewed from Radio Metro in the morning whereby he was discussing how the weapons has been lost at the Badplaas Police Station. Based on the information that has been given by him, he mentioned that during that incident only five police officers were on the station for that night and two of them were on patrol. During that incident a rifle with 30 rounds, two pistols as well has undisclosed amount of money were taken by this unknown personnel. Mamabolo believes that those intruders has
Burglars held cops at the Badplaas police headquarters in Mpumalanga prisoner in September and took three firears, just as ammo before escaping. Pretoria – National top of the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) Lieutenant-General Godfrey Lebeya on Friday invited the capture of suspects regarding the furnished theft perpetrated at the Badplaas police headquarters, Mpumalanga, in September this year. Birds of prey representative Captain Lloyd Ramovha said it was claimed that on September
“Cyril Ramaphosa's cows which he receive as a gift from his dictator friend @KagutaMuseveni” explained Rakgadi. This was posted by a woman on social media as she was explainig that she came across a picture of The famous President Cyril Ramaphosa with his gifts as it was cows. The woman did not hesitate to share the pictures on social media and also she has made sure that she tags the person who blessed him with those. @baza, “guys these cows are a product of Artificial invitro insemination and
Source: TimesLive A driving force was killed and a few police cars have been harmed on Friday when many people revolted over the belief of one in every of Patrice Motsepe's mines. Turmoil ejected in Badplaas, near Barberton in Mpumalanga, over the non-recharging of their agreements at Nkomati nickel mine, together owner by Motsepe's African Rainbow Minerals and Norilsk Nickel Africa. In July 2019, Motsepe declared that the mine — at the R541 among Badplaas and Barberton — had recorded a deficiency of
A worker at President Cyril Ramaphosa' s cows ranch is taking the battle to land his position back to the Commission for Conciliation‚ Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) after he was terminated for missing labor for two days when he became sick. Bennet Mashinini, a safety officer at Ntabanyoni ranch in Badplaas, Mpumalanga, said he had not been feeling great for over seven days when he chose to visit the Prince Mkholisi Community Health Center on December 12. "They did a Covid-19 test and revealed to me