Illegal Immigrants Have Destroyed Jacaranda City in South Africa- White Man Cry Out White south African man who is pained about the trooping of illegal immigrants into south Africa voice out what he have saw in jacaranda south Africa how illegal immigrants Allegedly destroyed the City which was very much beautiful
Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila Sold A meeting was called today after the Supersport United game, where the president of the team Mr Masala Mulaudzi has announced the sale of the team to a North West business man. It will remain to be seen as to when the team will relocate from Limpopo to a new province, which can be Gauteng or North West depending on where the owner want the team to play. It is official, TTM is gone after rumours that the staff members and players weren't receiving their salaries. After their
When I graduated from high school i could not wait to come to the city of gold or johannesburg since it was a talk of everyone.People who had come to johannesburg before described its beauty with so much details.
Johannesburg, the City of Gold, city of opportunities and city that might be either the birth or the death of your being! With that being said, Johannesburg is not what it is painted to be on the media, well it is, it is just that only one side of the city is being preached. Here is the terrible part of Johannesburg explained by people with first hand experiences: Crime crime crime and more crime, thatvis just it, robberies and pick pocketing are so normal in Joburg CBD such that people just let it happen, literally.
The rains that are being experienced in different parts of South Africa are wreaking havoc. This could be perceived as the worst storm in ten years. After Seshego was buttered by hailstorm, the rains moved further south . Gauteng has of late experienced a lot of downpour. Like in Polokwane, the rains brought with it hail stones. Even thought they could not be compared to those that hit Seshego and surrounding areas in size, they were big enough to injure people. The flash flood turned the roads into fast flowing
Originally from kwaNdengezi, Durban, Thembinkosi Brian Mthembu obtained a diploma in Drama and Production Studies from Durban University of Technology in 2017. He arrived in the City of Gold that same year to pursue his acting dream. But, it wasn’t as easy as he had hoped. Before The Republic and The River, he had odd jobs here and there, also worked at Checkers and then at Cell C as a dancer. Many people know him as Suffocate the gangster of e.tv's soapie Rhythm City since its debut back in July 2007. Mduduzi
You're never too old to even think about studying! Notwithstanding her occupied, completely reserved and taking off vocation, Zodwa Wabantu still has it in her to commit some an ideal opportunity to her books. The dubious performer, artist and socialite has enlisted at the Star Quality Performing Arts College. Since the time taking her huge action to the City Of Gold, Zodwa couldn't be more energized for what her future brings. The finance manager isn't one to pen and restrict herself, as we have seen that
Mlindo takes steps to uncover greedy individuals in the business Mlindo The Performer intends to uncover ravenous industry mates. Mlindo The Performer intends to uncover ravenous industry mates. Artist Mlindo The Entertainer has opened up about the teacher that's knowledgeable about the business, lifting the top on how eager a few people are. In a progression of tweets, Mlindo shared something that was alarming his soul which was gobbling him up inside, however, he couldn't talk about it. This is after
The concept of economic migration is not new. When a person is born into a country whose infrastructure, for whatever reason, doesn’t promote economic freedom or advancement, it is not uncommon for residents to migrate to different countries in order to pursue the hope of a better life. It happens all over the world and more economically viable countries like the United States and the United Kingdom deal with the issue of legal and illegal migrants from various countries on a daily basis. In Africa, the